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The Cave of the Sibyl, Cumae, Italy. Artist: Samuel Magal
The reliefs on the terraces of Borobudur depict scenes from the life of the Buddha.
Page from the Madrid Codex, Mayan, Mexico, c1100-1360. Artist: Werner Forman
Life of St. Cuthbert
The Divine Prophesies of the Ten Sibills
A woodcut showing disasters affecting London
'The Last Supper', c1630-1631.  Artist: Peter Paul Rubens
'The Imposture of the Holy Maid of Kent', 16th century (1796). Artist: J Taylor
'Aristeus Compels Proteus to Reveal his Oracles', 1655. Artist: Michel de Marolles
Cumaean Sibyl prophesied the Birth of Christ, 1743. Artist: Panini, Giovanni Paolo (1691-1765)
Cumaean Sibyl prophesied the Birth of Christ, 1738. Artist: Panini, Giovanni Paolo (1691-1765)
Ezekiel prophesying to the elders of Israel while captive in Babylon, c600 BC (16th century).
Mother Shipton (1488-c1560) prophesying the death of Cardinal Wolsey.
'How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings', c1860.
Isaiah, Old Testament prophet, c1804.
Moses, Old Testament prophet, c1860.
Chiromancy, 1617-1619.
Historia Antigua. Grecia. Oráculo de Delphos. Grabado alemán de 1865.
Historia Antigua. Roma. Oráculo de los gallos sagrados. Grabado alemán de 1865.
ARTE PRECOLOMBINO MAYA. CODICE TRO-CORTESIANO o MATRITENSE. Escrito sobre papel de fibra de corteza de copó. Consta de una sola tira, en la que aparecen jeroglíficos de carácter religioso y mágico. Co
The High Priests remember to Pilate that Jesus had prophesied that he would rise. Codex of Predis (1476). Royal Library. Turin. Italy.
Anselm Turmeda or Abd-Allah at-Tarjuman (1355-1423). Majorcan writer. Prophecies. Fifteenth-century manuscript.
ARTE PRECOLOMBINO MAYA. CODICE TRO-CORTESIANO o MATRITENSE. Escrito sobre papel de fibra de corteza de copó. Consta de una sola tira, en la que aparecen jeroglíficos de carácter religioso y mágico. Co