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All Religions are One, object 6 (Bentley 6, Erdman 6, Keynes 6)

Sector CD
interlinear Illustration:

A vine with two loops extends from the end of the text and into the space below the text. A second branch of the vine terminates in a leaf. The last letter of "every" in the last line of the text extends into the lower margin as a vine.

Component (Sector KLM)

Keywords: vine, loop, leaf

A vine with two loops extends from the end of the text and into the space below the text. A second branch of the vine terminates in a leaf.

Component (Sector C)

Keywords: vine

The last letter of "every" in the last line of text extends into the lower margin as a vine.

Sector AB
plate Illustration:

A bearded old man sits in a chair with an arched back and writes with a pen or quill on a tablet or in a book resting on his lap. His long gown covers his legs and cascades to the ground. Behind him is another seated man, apparently also wearing a long gown. His beard and curly hair are darker. He too holds a book or tablet resting on his lap; he may be reading. Both men look down to their book or tablet. They may be philosophers representing the "sects of Philosophy" (E1) mentioned in the text. To the left is a row of three tree trunks or fluted pillars. Further to the left are a few lines, possibly representing vines or branches. Along the right margin is a curving form that may be a vine, possibly with a flower at the top, or a serpent twisting upward with its tongue extended.

Component (Sector AB)

Keywords: male, philosopher, gown, sitting, writing, eyes down, facing right, beard, old, long hair, holding, pen, quill, book, tablet

A bearded old man sits in a chair with an arched back and writes with a pen or quill on a tablet or in a book resting on his lap. He looks down towards the book or tablet. His long gown covers his legs and cascades to the ground. He may be a philosopher representing the "sects of Philosophy" (E1) mentioned in the text.

Component (Sector AB)

Keywords: male, gown, beard, curly hair, sitting, reading, eyes down, facing right, holding, book, tablet

Behind the seated man closest to the viewer sits a second man, bearded and with curly hair. He holds a tablet or book in his lap and may be looking down toward it and reading. His knees appear to be covered with a long gown. He may be a philosopher representing the "sects of Philosophy" (E1) mentioned in the text.

Component (Sector A)

Keywords: tree

Three vertical forms that may be the trunks of trees stand left of the two seated figures.

Component (Sector A)

Keywords: vine, branch, pillar

Three wavy lines near the left margin may represent vines or branches. Alternatively, these may be fluted pillars.

Component (Sector B)

Keywords: vine, flower, loop, snake, loop, tongue

A twisting line right of the seated figures may be a vine with a single loop and a flower at its top. alternatively, this may be a snake with a single loop in its body, its head at the top, and its tongue extended.

Component (Sector A)

Keywords: chair, arch

The man closest to the viewer sits on a chair with a fashionably arched back.
 
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