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Early genius and remarkable records of its achievements

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Early genius and remarkable records of its achievements
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seera tT varied examples which the following nar-
Rea Reel ratives of the victories of Early Genius ex-
as S hibit, afford evidence no less of the still
— higher worth of moral excellence and the
power of that divine teaching which the gospel alone
affords. Without its sanctifying influence, even the
genius of Chatterton and the gentle and lovable char-
acter of Shelley prove all in vain as means for attaining
the lofty station which their great gifts seemed to promise
in their dawn; while in Milton and Newton we behold
the sublimest intellects that ever elevated man above
his species bowing down with reverent humility before
the far nobler truths which the Word of God reveals.

As records of genius thus dignified by Christianity,
and accomplishing success only by exertions adequate
to the worth of their high aim, the following biographi-
cal sketches are offered to the reader. In the noble
lives which they chronicle, he will find a stimulus to
honourable exertion; while they prove how arduous
have been the struggles by which even the most gifted
have attained to imperishable honours and noble re-
wards.










CONTENTS.



Genius and the Matural Sciences,

I. ROGER BACON, os ee we i ee 9
TI. ASTROLOGY, ee oe oe ee ee 18
Kil. GALILEO, oe - ee a .. 23
iV. THE INQUISITION, .. e. o. oe 6 33
V. NEWTON, - .. oe . ee 42
VI. THE SYSTEM OF THE UNIVERSE, oe ar ee 50

Genius and the Hine Arts.

I, GIOVANNI CIMABUE, oe a es oe 62
II. GIOTTO, .. ae we ee ve - 72
III. SYMBOLISM, a es os oe os 82
XV. THE WORKS OF GIOTTO, ve oe oe we 91
V. TIE FRIENDS OF GIOTTO, .. ee oe os 97
VI. THE DUOMO OF FLORENCE, .. oe ee . 105
VII. MICHAEL ANGELO, oe es es »» Lil
VIII. POPE JULIUS IL, .. ee ce, oe -- 126
IX. THE LAST JUDGMENT, oe oe e. .. 1384
X. THE CLOSE, .. os oe os « «©6148
XI. RAPHAEL, ws ee oe oe .. 152
XII. SIR CHRISTOPHER WREN, .. oe eo «» 155

Genius and Poetry.
1. DANTE AND MILTON, ee ve we .. 163
II. DANTE AND BEATRICE, . oe we .. 170
III. DANTE AND GIOTTO, we - ee es dis



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IV. THE EXILE, 4 ee - ee .. 187
Vv. MILTON, .. we ve oe we . 199
VI. THE GREAT REBELLION, ee a ee .. 204
VII. CHATTERTON, oe ee oe oe w= = 218
VIII. ANTIQUARIAN INVENTIONS, oe we 232
IX. LONDON, .. . o ee ve .. «= 249
X. KIRKE WHITE AND SHELLEY, ve ve .. 289



Genins and Physical Science.

I. NAPIER, HALES, BLACK, DAVY, . . «» 265

Genius and Mechanical Envention,

I, ARCHIBALD, EARL OF DUNDONALD, .. we 1 = 295
Hl. JAMES WATT, oe . »» 808







Genius and the AMatural Sciences.



CHAPTER LI.

ROGER BACON.




Gen feted L: propose in the following pages to sketch the
te Wis] careers of some illustrious men to whose
energy, courage, and intelligence—to whose
fearless love of truth, and enthusiasm for
knowledge—the world has been largely indebted for its
moral and intellectual advancement. The reader, by
studying these careers, and taking to heart the impor-
tant lessons which they teach, will be the better fitted
to undertake the responsibilities imposed upon him, as
upon every man, of doing what good he may in his
sphere of duty, and of contributing, in however small
a measure, to the aggregate of human happiness.
Philosophy, which, literally rendered, signifies the
love of truth, has come, through the influence of a
widely prevalent scepticism at the era of the French
Revolution, to be regarded by many as so far inimical
to truth, that the Philosophic Spirit has been fre-
quently made use of as a term synonymous with the
essential source of infidelity. The spirit of inquiry,
however, so thoroughly harmonizes with the consti-
tution of our moral nature, that the most violent pre-
judices can only temporarily retard its progress, though



10 GENIUS AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES.

they have not always been ineffectual in diverting it from
the right path. It is a curious feature in the history of
both mental and physical sciences, that nearly all their
first steps have been made to appear as opposed to re-
vealed truth, and the philosopher has been compelled to
meet the divine as a jealous and intolerant opponent.
That this has originated frequently in the avowed infidel-
ity of the philosopher cannot be questioned, yet it has
far oftener been caused by the narrow-minded dogmatism
of the theologian, who refused to submit the arguments
of his opponents to the test ot Inquiry. Voltaire and
other philosophers of the French school, ignorant of any
other Christianity than the corrupt system of popery that
arrogated the exclusive right to that title in their un-
happy country, fondly flattered themselves that their
_teaching had already given the death-blow to that long-
enduring superstition. Christianity, however, which is
the highest embodyment of Divine truth, has nothing to
fear from the most rigorous investigation of all subordi-
nate truths. Bacon discussed the system of Aristotle in
the spirit of honest philosophical inquiry, and was de
nounced by the monks of the thirteenth century as a
heretic. Galileo proclaimed to the theologians of the
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, that the earth re
volved round the sun, and was condemned as a daring
atheist, who defied alike the voice of the church, and the
truth of the Bible. We smile now at the history of such
futile bigotry; yet the same spirit has been manifested no
less strongly in our own day, where even the most re.
verent inquirers into the great truths of nature, have
been challenged by the misdirected zeal of the champions
of revelation, who would compel the uninstructed multi-
tude to believe that the Word of God is irreconcilable
with the discoveries of science. In all this the philoso-
pher has generally been far less to blame than the theo-
_togian. The former might justly ask the latter if lie



ROGER BACON.’ 11

really believes in the divine origin of the Bible, that he
so timidly guards its declarations from investigation. It
is the true spirit of Protestantism to encourage the utmost
investigation of its dogmas. It has nothing to fear even
from the perverted labours of the sceptic, far less from
the honest inquiries of the philosopher. We may rest
assured that the book of Nature cannot ultimately con.
tradict the book of Revelation, for the author of both is
the same; and the same spirit of reverent and teachable
investigation should guide us in the perusal of the one as
of the other. In this spirit it was that the greatest of
all philosophers, Newton, disclosed the secret springs that
guide the vast universe in all the complex motions of
the spheres; learning at every step to view with deeper
reverence and holy awe the Creator and Sustainer of all
things: The great God, the first cause from whence all
secoudary causes and all natural laws proceed.

Such was the principle that actuated the great Christian
philosopher, and in the same spirit the Christian poet
writes—

Happy the man, who sees a God employed

In all the good and ill that checker life}
Resolving all events, with their effects

And manifold results, into the will

And arbitration wise of the Supreme.

Did not his eye rule all things, and intend

The least of our concerns (since from the least
The greatest oft originate;) could chance

Find place in his dominion, or dispose

One lawless particle to thwart his plan;

Taen God might be surprised, and unforeseen
Contingence might alarm him, and disturb
The smooth and equal course of his affairs.
This truth Philosophy, though eagle-eyed

in nature’s tendencies, oft cverlooks;

And, having found his instrument, forgets,

Or disregards, or, more presumptuous still,
Denics the power that wields it. God proclainzs
His hot displeasure against foolish men,

That live ai: atheist life: involves the Heavens |



1? GENIUS AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES.

In tempests ; quits his grasp upon the winds,
And gives them all their fury ; bids the plague
Kindle a fiery boil upon the skin,

And putrefy the breath of blooming Health,

He calls for Famine, and the meagre fiend
Blows mildew from between his shrivelled lips,
And taints the golden ear. He springs his mines,
And desolates a nation at a blast.

Forth steps the spruce Philosopher, and tells

Of homogeneal and discordant springs

And principles; of causes, how they work

By necessary laws their sure effects ;

Of action and reaction: he has found

The source of the disease, that nature feels,

And bids the world take heart and banish fear
Thou fool, will thy discovery of the cause
Suspend th’ effect, or heal it? Has not God
Stil wrought by means since first he made the world?
And did he not of old employ his means

To drown it? What is his creation less

Than a capacious reservoir of means

Form’d for his use, and ready at his will?

Go, dress thine eyes with eye-salve; ask of him,
Or ask of whomsoever he has taught;

And learn, though late, the genuine cause of all."

Popular superstition and vulgar prejudice have continued
even to our own day to associate the name of Roger
Bacon, one of the greatest of English philosophers, with
the puerile conceptions of scientific inquiry that prevailed
in his own day. “The learned monk,” says one of his
biographers, “searching for the philosopher’s stone in
his laboratory, aided only by infernal spirits, was substi-
tuted for the sagacious advocate of reform in education,
reading, and reasoning; and—what was equally rare—the
real inquirer into the phenomena of nature.”

Roger Bacon was born near IIchester in Somersetshire,
about the year 1214. Wonderfally little is known of the
early history of this eminent man, who stood foremost
among English philosophers until the appearance of
his great namesake in the seventeenth century. His
father seems to have been a comfortable English yeoman,



ROGER BACON, 13

and by him his son was sent to Oxford to acquire that
learning for which we may presume the young student
early manifested a strong desire. After residing there
for a time, he proceeded to Paris according to the usual
custom of that period, the university of Paris being then
considered the chief seat of learning in the world. The
theology of that day was altogether opposed to the
Philosophical Spirit. A few years before the birth of
Bacon, 2 council at Paris condemned and burnt the works
of Aristotle as they then existed in the mutilated trans-
lations from eastern versions of the original. Towards
the middle of the thirteenth century, the philosophy of
Aristotle found many zealous, but not very wise main-
tainers. Some of the most active religious orders of the
Romish church espoused the cause, and arrogated to him
the exclusive title of “the Philosopher.” ‘ Bacon,” says
one of his biographers, “in no sense became an Aristote-
lian, except in that which comprehends all who are ac-
quainted with the opinions and methods of the Greek
philosopher. Better versed in the original than most of
his contemporaries, he freely criticises all he meets with,
(especially the merit of the translations, all which he says
he would burn, if he could,) and is himself an early and
sufficient proof that the absurdities of his contemporaries
ought not to be called ‘ Aristotelian,’ any more than
Aristotle himself ‘the Philosopher.’ Bacon could read
Aristotle without danger of falling into idolatry: his an-
tagonists could have erected a system of verbal disputes
upon the Principia of Newton, if they had possessed it.”

From Paris Bacon returned to Oxford with a doctor's
degree from the former University, and soon after he
took on him the vows of a Franciscan, which bound him
to poverty, manual labour, and study. The manual
labour, however, which he practised, was probably com-
prised in the use of his pen, and the researches of the
laboratory, and we have good reason for believing that



14 GENIUS AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES.

the vow of poverty was still less attended to, as he tells
us himself that in the course of twenty years he expended
2000 livres on books and instruments; an outlay amount-
ing to a very considerable sum of money in those days.
The labours of Bacon, and the opinions which he advo-
cated, speedily won for him the enmity of the monks of
Oxford, and he found the obstinate ignorance and bigotry
of his contemporaries far more insufferable obstacles to
his scientific inquiries than all the difficulties which beset
him in the laboratory. His biographer remarks—“ The
enmity of his brethren soon began to show itself: the
lectures which he gave in the University were prohibited,
as well as the transmission of any of his writings beyond
the walls of his convent. The charge made against him
was that of magic, which was then frequently brought
against those who studied the sciences, and particularly
chemistry. The ignorance of the clergy of that time as
to mathematics or physics was afterwards described by
Anthony-a-Wood, who says that they knew no property
of the circle except that of keeping out the devil, and
thought the points of a triangle would wound religion.
Brought up to consider philosophy as nearly allied to, if
not identical with, heresy itself, many of them might per-
haps be honest believers in its magical power; but we can
hardly doubt that there were a few more acute minds, who
saw that Roger Bacon was in reality endeavouring to evoke
a spirit whose influence would upset the power they had
acquired over the thoughts of men, and allow them to
read and reflect, without fear of excommunication, or the
necessity of inquiring what council had authorised the
book. The following detached passages from the Opus
Majus contain opinions, no doubt, which its author was
in the habit of expressing :—

‘Most students have no worthy exercise for their
heads, and therefore languish and stupify upon bad trans-
lations, which lose them both time and money. Ap-



ROGER BACON. " 15

pearances alone rule them, and they care not what they
know, but what they are thought to know by a senseless
multitude. There are four principal stumbling-blocks in
the way of arriving at knowledge—authority, habit, ap-
pearances as they present themselves to the vulgar eye,
and concealment of ignorance combined with ostentation
ot knowledge. Even if the first three could be got over
by some great effort of reason, the fourth remains ready.
Men presume to teach before they have learnt, and fall
into so many errors, that the idle think. themselves happy
in comparison—and hence both in science and in commen -
life we see a thousand falsehoods for one truth. And
this being the case, we must not stick to what we hear
and read, but must examine most strictly the opinions of
our ancestors, that we may add what is lacking, and cor-
rect what is erroneous, but with all modesty and allow-
ance. We must, with all our strength, prefer reason to
custom, and the opinions of the wise and good to the per-
ceptions of the vulgar: and we must not use the triple
argument; that is to say, this has been laid down, this
has been usual, this has been common, therefore it is to
be held by. For the very opposite conclusion does much
better follow from the premises. And though the whole
world be possessed by these causes of error, let us freely
hear opinions contrary to established usage.’ ”

The Opus Majus, from which this passage is extracted,
owes, probably, much of its peculiar form to the circum-
stances under which it was produced. The enmity and
bigoted opposition of the Franciscans had completely de-
barred its author from publishing his discoveries, or
even, as it would seem, reducing them to an accessible
form in writing. In the year 1265, Clement IV. ascended
the Papal throne. He was a native of St. Gilles, in Lan-
guedoe, and while holding the rank of Cardinal Bishop of
Sabina, had filled the office of Legatein England. There
he learned of Bacon’s wonderful discoveries, but was de-



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barred by the jealousy and ignorance of the order to
which the learned friar belonged, from making himself
fully acquainted with them. It is not certain whether
any interview took place between Bacon and the Papal
Legate while in England, but at any rate his wish to be
made acquainted with the discoveries of the great English
philosopher had been communicated to the latter, and it
no doubt afforded him consolation, in the midst of the
persecution he underwent from ignorance and bigotry,
to obtain such marks of sympathy from one who was
himself an able scholar and an eminent dignitary of the
Church. We find accordingly, that so soon as Bacon
learned that the Bishop of Sabina had been elected head
of the Church, he availed himself of the known sympathy
of the new Pope with his pursuits, to free himself from the
trammels to which he had been so long subjected. Bacon
in this manifested a degree of courage and independence
not easily appreciable now; for, setting aside the injunc-
tions of his superiors, and without affording them any op-
portunity of challenging his conduct, he wrote to Clement
I'V., reminding him of the wish he had expressed to see
a written treatise of his philosophical opinions, and the
discoveries he had made. To this he speedily received
a reply, renewing the former request, and requiring him
to draw up his work in all haste, and forward it to him,
whatever might be the commands of his superiors, or the
nature of the vows by which he had bound himself on
entering his order. Bacon would appear to have availed
himself of this opportunity of communicating with the
Pope, to try to enlist his powerful interest on his behalf,
and thereby secure his escape from the ignorant and
bigoted thraldom to which he was subjected. The letter
was no doubt forwarded with the utmost secrecy, and the
Pope, in his reply, requires him to point out, with similar
caution, by what means he can best promote his liberation.



ROGER BACON. 17

The work which is known as Bacon’s Opus Majus, was
forwarded to Rome, by the hands of John of London, a
favourite pupil of the philosopher, within two years after
the accession of Clement IV. to the Popedom. Doubt-
loss the learned monk joyfully anticipated the accom-
plishment of all his wishes, by securing the patronage of
the head of the Church; and he evidently drew it up with -
the most prudential care, so as to avoid any expression
of sentiments likely toawaken the jealousy of the Church.
To this we must mainly ascribe that peculiar character
alluded to in the following remarks:—“ The charge of
heresy appears to be by no means so well founded as a
Protestant would wish. Throughout the whole of his
writings Bacon is a strict Roman Catholic, that is, he ex-
pressly submits matters of opinion to the authority of the
Church, saying that if the respect due to the vicar of the
saviour, ‘vicarius Salvatoris,’ alone, and the benefit of
the world, could be consulted in any other way than by
the progress of philosophy, he would not, under such
unpediments as lay in his way, proceed with his under-
taking for the whole Church of God, however much it
might entreat or insist. His zeal for Christianity, in its
Latin or Western form, breaks out in every page; and all
science is considered with direct reference to theology,
and not otherwise. But at the same time, to the credit
of his principles, considering the book-burning, heretic-
hunting age in which he lived, there is not a word of any
other force except that of persuasion. He takes care to
have both authority and reason for every proposition that
he advances; perhaps, indeed, he might have experienced
forbearance at the hand of those who were his persecu-
tors, had he not so clearly made out prophets, apostles,
and fathers to have been partakers of his opinions. ‘ But
let not your Serenity imagine,’ he says, ‘ that I intend to
excite the clemency of your Holiness, in order that the
papal majesty should employ force against weak authors

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and the multitude, or that my unworthy self should raise
any stumblingblock to study.’ Indeed the whole scope
of the first part of the work is to prove, from authority
and from reason, that philosophy and Christianity cannot
disagree; a sentiment altogether of his own revival, in an
age in which all philosophers, and mathematicians in
particular, were considered as at best of dubious ortho-
doxy.”

Unhappily, however, for Bacon, his powerful patron
died before he could interpose in his behalf. N othing
certain is known as to the reception his work met with at
the Papal court. Some writers have affirmed that it re-
ceived the highest approbation of the Pope, which he
testified by extending his patronage to the bearer ; while
others have insinuated that he lent the sanction of his
authority to Bacon’s enemies, who had already assailed
him asa heretic. There is every reason to believe, how-
ever, that the Pope had scarcely time to make himself
acquainted with the contents of the Opus Majus, before
he was seized with his last illness. There is something
exceedingly painful in the history of those great teachers
of mankind who have thus had to struggle with the folly
and the malevolence of an ignorant generation for per-
mission to accomplish a task pregnant with blessings to
their own and other times; and the case was one of slen-
der hope indeed which in the thirteenth century depended
on the liberality of a Pope to counteract the intolerance
of the Church.



CHAPTER IL. |
ASTROLOGY.

THE death of Clement overthrew all the bright hopes
which had cheered the philosopher in his cell. The



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great and good Robert Grostéte, Bishop of Lincoln, who
has been termed the moral,as Bacon was the intellectual,
light of that age, was an early friend of the philosopher,
and one of the very few of his contemporaries who could
understand, and sympathize with, his pursuits. Bacon
speaks of him and of his friend Adam de Morisco, as
students standing apart from the herd, and penetrating
the mysteries of things. De Morisco, like Bacon,
had assumed the habit of a friar, and experienced his
share of the restraints of the cloister, though known by
the title of the “ Illustrious Doctor.” In the year 1234,
we find Friar Bacon, conjoined with Robert Grostéte,
in the execution of a royal ordinance for the better regu-
lation of the University of Oxford. But the good bishop
died in 1253, long before Bacon had rejoiced in that
bright but transitory gleam of better fortune, which was
followed by deeper shadows clouding his path.

The death of Clement extinguished his hopes, but he
was allowed to remain free from open persecution for
some years afterwards. It was not till the year 1278
that the appointment of Jerome d’ Ascoli, the general of
the Franciscan order, to act as the Legate of the Pope,
Nicholas III., at the Court of France, inspired the English
Franciscans with courage to renew their attack on the
great philosopher.

“ Bacon, then sixty-four years old, was accordingly sum-
moned to Paris, (Dr. Jebb implies that he had already
removed his residence there to another convent of his
order,) where a council of Franciscans, with Jerome at
their head, condemned his writings, and committed him
to’ close confinement. According to Bale, or Balzeus,
(cited by Dr. Jebb,) the charge of innovation was the
pretext, but of what kind was not specified: according to
others, the writings of Bacon upon astrology were the
particular ground of accusation. We cannot learn that
any offer of pardon was made to the accused upon his



20 GENIUS AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES.

recantation of the obnoxious opinions, as usual in such
cases; which, if we may judge from the Opus Mayjus,
Bacon would have conceived himself bound to accept, at
least if he recognised the legality of the tribunal. A
confirmation of the proceeding was immediately obtained
from the court of Rome. During ten years, every effort
made by him to procure his enlargement was without
success. ‘The two succeeding pontiffs had short and busy
reigns; but on the accession of Jerome, (Nicholas IV..,)
Bacon once more tried to attract notice. He sent to that
pope, it is said, a treatise on the method of retarding the
infirmities of old age, the only consequence of which was
increased rigour and closer confinement. But that which
was not to be obtained from the justice of the Pope, was
conceded to private interest, and Bacon was at last re-
stored to liberty by the intercession of some powerful
nobles, but who they were is not mentioned. Some say
he died in prison; but the best authorities unite in stating
that he returned to Oxford, where he wrote a compendium
of theology, and died some months, or perhaps a year
and a half, after Nicholas IV., who died April 1292.”

The great points by which Bacon is popularly known
are the discovery of gunpowder, and the conception of
the telescope, afterwards realized to such wondrous pur-
pose in the hands of his great successor, Galileo. To
these, however, the credulity of his contemporaries, and
the exaggerations of popular ignorance, have added
numerous strange and extravagant fables, so that the fame
of the illustrious English philosopher has well nigh dis-
appeared amid the accumulation of childish conceits with
which the name of Friar Bacon is associated.

It is curious to find how vulgar wonder thus overloads
the names of the world’s greatest benefactors. The old
English poet, Gower, has embodied some of the popular
legends of his time, in which the wonders that have been
more generally ascribed to Bacon are told as the deeds



ASTROLOGY. 21

of the great scholar and patriot, Bishop Grostéte. Thus,
in one of his tales, he remarks,—

‘* For of the great clerke, Grostéte,
I read how ready that he was,
By his learning, a head of brass
To make, and forge it for to tell
Of such things as befell.”

Our juvenile readers are no doubt familiar with the
old legend which represents Friar Bacon pondering how
by his magical art he could strengthen England against
her foes. He resolved to surround the whole island
with impregnable walls of brass,and having for this pur-
pose constructed his magical Brazen Head, he awaited
with patience its utterance of the words of wisdom that
should reveal to him the means of accomplishing his
patriotic intentions. Time passed on, however, and the
Brazen Head maintained unbroken silence, till at length
the philosopher and magician, exhausted with his fruit-
less vigils, withdrew to his cell for needful repose, leaving
one of his pupils to watch the mysterious Head, and
summon him on the slightest appearance of intending
speech. The new watcher was rewarded after a time
by the Head uttering these brief words: “Time ts!”
“If that is all it has to say,” thought the pupil, “it
were a pity to disturb the Friar from his slumbers.”
He accordingly continued his vigils, and after another
solemn pause, the Head again spoke with equal brevity :
“Time was!” This, however, seemed to the pupil
fully as trifling an attempt at speech as the former,
and so he left his master to sleep on, until he was
awoke by an astounding crash, as the head closed its
oracular utterances by exclaiming, “Time 1s past!”
and then shivering into atoms; “and so,” says the old
nursery-tale, “ Friar Bacon missed the opportunity of
surrounding England with walls of brass.” The tale
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possibly to his great discovery of gunpowder, which, with
the brazen guns, manned by her invincible seamen, has
effectually accomplished the object the Friar is said to
have aimed at. |

Friar Bacon appears not only to have been a man alto-
gether beyond his own age, but one of those remarkable
spirits who seem to anticipate the discoveries of future
generations, and leave nothing new for after-times. It is
anastonishing proof of thenecessity of civilization being
far advanced before nations can ever avail themselves of
the discoveries of genius. Bacon appears to have antici-
pated even some of the greatest men of the nineteenth
century in important discoveries in science; yet it required
their re-discovery by later ages, to appreciate their
worth. To the men of the thirteenth century the tele-
Scope was scarcely more available than the discovery
of the art of printing would be to a nation ot savages
who had yet to learn the meaning of a written language.
ihe influence of Bacon, however, was doubtless con-
siderable, even on the ages immediately succeeding his
own time. ‘To us his life is pregnant with further
evidence of the enmity of superstition and Romish
intolerance, to all the noblest interests of man. It
teaches us the value of perfect toleration for the freest
inquiry into the great secrets of nature, and while we
endeavour in our search after these great truths ever to
do it in a reverent spirit, and with a child-like confidence
in the infallible teachings of Revelation; it also warns us
to beware of rashly mistaking the conclusions we may
draw from Scripture as themselves infallible. This it is
that has led even honest, though mistaken men, hastily to
pronounce the philosopher a heretic, who makes known
to us some great truth of nature; startling, and therefore
suspicious from its novelty.



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CHAPTER III.
CALILEO.

SIMILAR in fate to the great English philosopher is the
noble Tuscan, who first discovered for us “the magic tube,”
devised long before in the Franciscan’s cell, and experi-
enced the same rewards for the wondrous truths he
revealed to man, as had been accorded to Bacon by the
intolerance of his contemporaries. Strange indeed must
it seem to the intelligent student of nature, that he who
in so marvellous a manner taught us anew that “the
heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament
_showeth his handy-work,” should have been doomed to
the dungeons of the Roman Inquisition, as a heretic who
contravened the truths of Revelation.

Galileo was the son of Vincentio Galilei, a noble
Florentine, who distinguished himself by his scientific
knowledge and study of music, and by the great learning
and erudition he displayed in maintaining his views.
Ilis chief work, entitled “A Discourse on the Music of
the Ancients and Moderns,” was printed in a large folio
volume at Florence, in 1581, and. has supplied a store
of criticism and research for successive historians of the
musical art.

Vincentio Galilei shared in the vicissitudes that have
marked the nurture of so many of the gifted sons of
Florence, and on the 15th of February, 1564, his son
Galileo was born at Pisa. The youth of the great
Tuscan philosopher was passed amid many hardships,
schooling him into the hardy pursuit of his great future
work, by the difficulties he had to encounter in ac-
quiring the rudiments of learning. At the age of
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of Pisa, where he speedily manifested the peculiar bent
of his mind for research, and distinguished himself by
his extraordinary powers of application. The first work
by Galileo that excited notice, and evinced the pos-
session of that originality of thought and spirit of
philosophic observation which afterwards produced such
wonderful results, was an essay on the Hydrostatic
Balance. The young student had been designed by his
father for the medical profession, but he soon showed
an extreme unwillingness to tie himself down to the
formal and petty routine of duties required by that
valuable but engrossing profession. Fortunately his
essay on the hydrostatic balance attracted the notice of
Guido Ubaldi, a learned Pisan, who at once perceived the
acute powers of reasoning and the unwonted spirit of
philosophic investigation which was displayed in it.
Ubaldi cultivated the acquaintance of the ingenious
scholar, and by his counsel and example assisted him in
choosing the course of study most likely to forward him
in the development of those great powers of mind that
he had already proved himself to possess. Under his
auspices the study of medicine was abandoned, and his
attention was thereafter almost exclusively fixed on
geometry and experimental philosophy. Vincentio Galilei
had watched with pleasure the early development of his
great powers of mind, and in selecting for him the medi-
cal profession, had been guided by a reasonable prudence
and foresight, which led him to anticipate that it would
prove the ready path to success and worldly prosperity.
It was not, therefore, without regret, as well as considerable
opposition, that he was prevailed on to sanction the aban-
donment of the lucrative profession of medicine for those
higher walks of science that promised at best only a very
precarious and stinted reward. The elder Galilei, however,
was reluctantly turned from his own schemes of worldly

grandizement for his son by the decided bent which



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the latter displayed for those abstruse walks of science on
which he had thus early entered Thenceforth Galileo
entered on that important career which he was to pursue
with such untiring zeal, and such wondrous results for
all future times, through the years of a long life of
unusual health and vigour.

The history of nearly all great discoverers exhibits the
most wonderful results originating from the most insig-
nificant means; and, in this respect, one of Galileo’s
earliest advances on the science of his age was apparently
occasioned by his observation of what appears a trifling
occurrence. Qne of the most remarkable buildings
throughout the whole Italian peninsula is the Cathedral
of Pisa, with its famous Campo Santo, adorned with some
of the most singular and interesting specimens of early
Art, and its baptistry and belfry, all grouping together
within the wide open area at the western extremity of
the town. The Duomo or Cathedral of Pisa was begun
in the eleventh century, and completed during the great
era of the revival of Italian Art. Statues and sculptures,
paintings, carvings, and Mosaics, all unite to enrich its
magnificent interior, and to associate with it such great
names as Andrea del Sarto, Salvator Rosa, Giovanni da
Bologna, Nicolo Pisano, and the like men of note at that
interesting period. But the simple incident that associ-
ates with it the name of the great Tuscan philosopher sur-
passes in interest all that we attach to the gorgeous works
of these masters of painting and sculpture. Walking
in the aisle of this splendid Cathedral, Galileo was struck
by observing the oscillation of one of the great lamps
that hung suspended from the lofty ceiling. Thousands
before had seen the same phenomenon and passed on,
without thinking that so trifling an incident could be
worth a moment’s notice. To Galileo, however, it was
like the apple whose fall is said to have suggested to the
mind of Newton the mighty law that guides revolving



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worlds. He drew from it the hitherto unknown law of
oscillation,—a fragment of that universal principle re-
served for Newton to discover,—by which a simple
pendulum sustained by a fixed point moves by regular
vibrations, and has thus been made available for the
measurement of time. The results of these observations
of Galileo, however, derive far greater value from their
effect on his own mind, than even from the useful purposes
to which they have since been applied. The first use to
which he applied his observation of the equality, or near
equality, of the time of vibration of a pendulum, according
to its less or greater length, was to the practical aid of
medicine, by enabling the physician to apply it in the
same way for testing the state of a patient’s pulse, as has
since been done by means of a watch with its seconds
hand. It led him on to other inquiries, and meanwhile
served to confirm the high anticipations that had been
already formed of his future greatness.

Guido Ubaldi, the learned Pisan, who had been the
first to recognize the high gifts of the youthful Galileo,
continued to manifest the same generous interest in his
progress. By the exertions of Ubaldi on his behalf, he
was introduced to the Grand Duke Ferdinand I. de’
Medici, by whom he was appointed, in 1589, to the chair
of mathematics at Pisa. The emoluments of this ap-
pointment were not great, but the duties which thereby
devolved on him were altogether congenial to his tastes
and previous studies, and he availed himself of the leisure
it afforded him to carry on a series of experiments on
motion, which, now that he understood all the great, and
then undiscovered, truths involved in them, assume a
singular interest when we consider this early investigation
of them. Much of their influence, like that of his pre-
vious observations on oscillation, derive their chief value
trom the indirect effects that resulted from them. He
perceived that nearly all the scholastic dogmas by which



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the world had been content to be satisfied for centuries,

were wholly untenable, and that laws had been assumed
as those which guided the natural principles of motion,

which proved, on examination, to be utterly false. Al-
ready had Copernicus challenged the established opinions
of all men, and denied that our little globe of earth was
the one unmoving centre round which the inconceivably
vast sphere of the fixed stars daily revolved. Copernicus,
however, had guarded the promulgation of his great dis-
coveries by the most cautious and modest assumption
of mere hypothetical inquiry; and, countenanced as he
was by some of the most influential leaders in the Church
of Rome, he escaped the charge of heresy, while at the
same time he produced a general spirit of inquiry which
was slowly preparing men’s minds for the reception of
the truth. Galileo was among the first to free himself
from the slavish fetters of authority and received opinions.
He set himself to investigate the arguments on which the
old and complex Ptolemaic system was based, and speed-
ily found that its infinite series of vast crystalline spheres,
whose ever-moving interchange of melody,—produced by
a cumbrous machinery of cycles and epicycles, excentrics
and primum mobile,—instead of resulting in “the Music of
the Spheres,” was no better than a jangling tissue of
absurdity, when tested by such laws of nature as were
already understood.

The system on which the natural philosophy of the
schoolmen was based, was indeed one well calculated to
excite the astonishment and contempt of a calm philo-
sophic inquirer. But it was on that very account all the
more dangerous to assailit. The simplicity of the Coper-
nican system, when brought into comparison with it, soon
won the favour of those who were capable of appreciating
the proofs that speedily appeared of it, greater accord-
ance with known phenomena. Galileo, says a recent
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the objections then usually made against it, which were
founded on a complete ignorance of the laws of mechanics,
or on some misapplied quotations from Aristotle, the
Bible, and the Fathers; and having also observed, that
many who had at first believed the former system, had
changed in favour of the latter, while none of those at-
tached to the latter changed to the Ptolemaic hypothesis
—that the former required almost daily some new emen-
dation, some additional chrystalline sphere, to accommo-
date itself tothe varying aspects of the celestial pheno-
mena—that the appearance and disappearance of new
stars contradicted the pretended incorruptibility of the
heavenly bodies, together with other reflections which he
has collected in his dialogues,—he became a convert to
the Copernican system, and, in his old age, its most con-
spicuous martyr. So strong, however, were the religious
prejudices on the subject of the quiescence of the earth,
that Galileo thought it prudent to continue to lecture on
the hypothesis of Ptolemy, until time should afford a
favourable opportunity to destroy the visionary fabric by
incontestable facts.”

Galileo was only in his twenty-fifth year when he ob-
tained the Chair of Mathematics in the University of
Pisa; but he soon proved his fitness for it by discoveries
which were very partially appreciated by his contem-
poraries. One of the first of the established dogmas
which he undertook to overturn was, that bodies of un-
equal weights would fall through the same altitude in
unequal times, corresponding to the relative difference of
their weights. This doctrine, the futility of which is now
known almost to every child, was held to with all the
obstinacy of bigoted ignorance. The youngest of our
readers have probably seen the simple and beautiful ex.
periment of a feather and a piece of lead or a sovereign,
dropt at the same moment within an exhausted receiver,
when both reached the bottom at the same moment.











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This same experiment Galileo showed without the inter-
vention of the air-pump, by ascending to the top of the
celebrated Campanile or leaning tower of Pisa, from
whence he dropped objects differing very considerably in
weight, and observed that they reached the ground within
a very slight interval of one another. This difference
Galileo rightly attributed to the unequal resistance of the
air,—a disturbing medium which is removed in the ex-
periment conducted on a small scale within the exhausted
receiver,—and he showed that the comparatively trifling
_ interval between the time of their reaching the ground
completely disproved the old theory, as there was not
the slightest agreement between it and the different
weights of the bodies referred to. It is at all times, how-
ever, easier to believe than to reason, and while the great
majority of mankind are content to take for granted the
statements that are affirmed as true on all points not
directly affecting their previous opinions, none are so ob-
stinately prejudiced against new truths as those who have
adopted their belief without investigation. It was, how-
ever, those who claimed the name of philosophers that
most bitterly opposed Galileo, for the first experiments
which he performed publicly at Pisa were witnessed by
an immense concourse of spectators, who testified enthu-
siastic admiration of their novelty and beauty.

The opposition now shown to Galileo by the partisans
of the ancient philosophy was of the bitterest and most
rancorous description. They saw the whole system to
which they bigotedly clung threatened with overthrow by
his arguments and demonstrations, and instead of oppos-
ing him with the same fair weapons, they raised against
him such a host of annoyances and persecution, that he
was at length compelled to resign his chair at Pisa.

The philosophers of Pisa having thus banished the
only one from among them who was capable of teaching
others, because he was himself a diligent student of the



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great book of nature, Galileo proceeded to Florence.
There he met with a warm reception from some of his
friends, and particularly from his old patron and adviser,
Guido Ubaldi, through whose influence he was introduced
to some of the chief noble families of Tuscany, and soon
alter the mathematical chair of the University of Padua
was conferred on him for the limited period of six years.
There he prosecuted his inquiries with increased success,
and, within the period cf his first appointment, he invented
the thermometer, and the proportional compass or sector,
in addition to writing several valuable treatises on
mechanics, spherical astronomy, and other subjects which
came within the range of his public instructions. On the
expiration of his first engagement in 1599, the senate re-
appointed him for a similar period, at a greatly advanced
salary, and it was a second time renewed, with additional
advantages. This he repayed by many important con-.
tributions to science, and particularly by the discovery on
which his fame more surely rests than perhaps on any of
the great truths he made known to his fellow-men. “The
year 1609,” says one of his biographers, “was signalized
by a discovery on the part of Galileo, which forms one of
the most solid foundations of his glory. In the month of
April a rumour was circulated in Venice that a Dutch-
man had presented to Count Maurice of Nassau an
instrument, by which means distant objects appeared as
if they were near at hand. On this slight and cursory
hint Galileo immediately applied himself to discover
whether the thing was possible, conformably with the
passage of the luminous rays through spherical glasses of
various forms. Some attempts made with lenses which
he had at hand produced the desired effect; and next day
he gave an account of his success to his friends, which,
in fact, was nothing less than the invention of the teles-
cope. A short time afterwards he presented several of
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with a description in which he unfolded the immense
consequences for nautical and astronomical observations
which would certainly result from the discovery; and in
recompense of his ingenuity his commission as professor
was continued for life, with an allowance of salary triple
that which he had pr eviously received. Galileo neglected
nothing calculated to evince his gratitude, or to add to
the claims which had merited these favours. Indefatiga-
ble in his researches, he invented the microscope; he
also improved his telescope, and soon brought it to a
state fit to be applied to the observation of the heavens.
He then perceived what as yet no mortal eye had ever
seen; the surface of the moon, like that of the earth,
bristled with high mountains and ploughed with deep
valleys; Venus presenting, like the moon, phases which
prove her rotundity ; Jupiter environed with four satel
lites, who accompany him in his course; the milky way;
the nebule; in a word, the whole heavens bespangled
with a countless multitude of stars too small to be even
perceived by the naked eye. It is more easy to conceive
than describe the surprise and delight which the first view
of so many wonders must have inspired him withal, as
well as the admiration which they could not fail to pro-
duce when they were known. to pass them in review, he hastened to announce his
observations to the world i in a publication entitled Nwn-
cius Sidereus, or Celestial Courier, which he dedicated to
the princes of Medici, and which he continued at intervals,
In proportion as he discovered new objects. He also
observed that Saturn sometimes appeared under the form
of .a simple disc, and sometimes with two appendages
which seemed two small planets; but it was reserved for
another astronomer, Huygens, to demonstrate that theseap-
pearances were produced by the ring with which Saturn is
surrounded, Galileo also discovered moveable spots on
the globe or disc of the sun, whom the peripatetics had



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declared incorruptible, and did not hesitate from these to
infer the rotation of that planet. He remarked that
feeble light which, in the first and last quarters of the
moon, renders visible, by means of the telescope, the
part of her dise which is not then directly enlightened
by the sun; and he concluded rightly that this effect
was owing to the light reflected towards the moon by the
earth. The continued observation of the spots of the
moon satisfied him that that planet always presents
nearly the same aspect; but in these he nevertheless
recognised a species of periodic oscillation, to which he
gave the name of libration, the exact laws of which were
afterwards made known by Dominic Cassini. In a word,
not less profound in following new truths to their conse-
quences than subtile in discovering them, Galileo per-
ceived the use to which the motions and eclipses of the
satellites of Jupiter might be turned for the measure of
longitudes; and he even undertook to make a sufficient
number of observations of these stars to enable him to
construct tables for the use of navigators.”

It was unfortunate for Galileo that he was tempted to
quit his honoured position at Padua, and to accept of the
invitation of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, who named
him Mathematician extraordinary, and invited him to
forsake the Venetian states for the capital of Tuscany.
Florence probably had many attractions for him as a man
of science, in addition to those peculiar claims it pos-
sessed from the residence there of some of his oldest
friends. Nevertheless, he speedily found reason to re-
pent his leaving a position of honour and liberal encour-
agement under the independent government of the Vene-
tian republic, for any amount of reward that the Duke Oi
Tuscany could offer, tramelled as he wag by subservient
bondage to the Court of Rome.



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CHAPTER ITI.
THE INQUISITION.

Trt Jesuits had always entertained a rancorous hatred
of Galileo, originating in his adhesion to the party
in Padua by whom they had been expelled from the
Venetian state. They therefore lost no time in assailing
him as the promulgator of dangerous and anti-Christian
opinions. He had declared the moon to be irregular in
its surface, like our own earth, and had even affirmed
the possibility of its being inhabited. He had assigned
to the fixed stars a distance immensely beyond that which
the old philosophers had determined as the limits of the
system. ‘The planet Jupiter had been shown by him to
be attended with satellites, which he styled, in honour of
his Florentine patron, Medicean stars; and Saturn ap-
peared through his imperfect instruments, as three planets
conjoined. He even went so far as to affirm that there
were spots on the sun! And all this in direct contra-
diction to the absurd dogmas of the schoolmen, by which
it was affirmed that all the celestial bodies were perfectly
round, self-luminous, and uncorrupted by any terrestrial
tarnish!

The discoveries of Galileo were reported by the Jesuits
to the Inquisition at Rome, as falsehoods invented by
him for the overthrow of the true religion. Some of his
opponents affirmed that they had looked through the
newly invented glasses whole nights, and seen nothing of
all that he had affirmed, and doubted not but they were
pure fictions invented to deceive the people. Ridicule
was resorted to as well as falsehood, and every means
adopted to undermine the credit and injure the character
of the great philosopher. Galileo wrote many letters in
his own justification, and indignantly repelled the accusa-

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tions of his enemies. He rejects the attempt to impose
on him the reconcilement of the Bible with the Coperni-
can theory, and in his letter to the Grand Duchess of
Tuscany, remarks,—“ TI am inclined to believe that the
intention of the sacred Scriptures is to give mankind the
information necessary for their salvation, and which, sur-
passing all human knowledge, can by no other means be
accredited than by the mouth of the Holy Spirit. But I
do not hold it necessary to believe that the same God
who has endowed us with senses, with speech, and with
intellect, intended that we should neglect the use of these,
and seek by other means for knowledge which they are
sufficient to procure us; especially in a science like as-
tronomy, of which so little notice is taken m the Scrip-
tures, that none of the planets, exvept the sun and moon,
and once or twice only Venus, under the name of Lucifer,
are so much as named there. This therefore being
granted, I think that in the discussion of natural pro-
blems we ought not to begin at the authority of texts of
Scripture, but at sensible experiments and necessary de-
monstrations; for from the divine word sacred Scripture
and nature did both alike proceed; and I conceive that,
concerning natural effects, that which either sensible ex-
perience sets before our eyes, or necessary demonstrations
prove unto us, ought not upon any account to be called
in question, much less condemned, upon the testimony
of Scripture texts, which may under their words couch
senses seemingly contrary thereto.” “ Therefore, first let
these men apply themselves to examine the arguinents of
Copernicus and others, and leave the condemning of them
as erroneous and heretical to whom it belongs; yet let
them not hope to find such rash and precipitate deter-
minations in the judicious and holy fathers, or in the ab-
solute wisdom of Him who cannot err, as those into which
they suffer themselves to be hurried by some particular
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other positions, which are not directly articles of faith,
no man doubts but his holiness has always an absolute
power of admitting or condemning them; but ¢ 7s not in
the power of any creature to make them to be true or false,
otherwise than of their own nature and in fact they are.”
These opinions, addressed as a noble defence of the
right of private judgment, are alone proof of the great-
ness of Galileo above the men of his age; nevertheless
they failed of effect. The Inquisition armed against him
all her terrors, and Caccini was ordered to draw up depo-
sitions against him. He averted for a time the designs
of his enemies by a personal appearance at Rome, where
he so ably defended himself as to silence his persecutors.
In March 1616, he was admitted to an audience by the
Pope, Paul V., who assured him of his personal safety,
but at the same time positively required him to refrain
from teaching the heretical doctrines of Copernicus, as te
the motion of the earth. To this Galileo was forced to
consent, and immediately thereafter he left Rome in
disgust. ‘This was accomplishing the very object that
his enemies aimed at. “The most certain method of
reaching Galileo,” says a recent writer, “was by pro-
hibiting the doctrine of Copernicus. Neither the argu-
ments which he urged in support of his opinions, nor the
justice which they were forced to render to his know-
ledge, his merit, and even his catholicity, could prevent
an assembly of theology, named by the Pope, from coming
to the following conclusion:—‘ To maintain that the sun
is placed immovable in the centre of the world, is an
opinion absurd in itself, false in philosophy, and formally
heretical, because it is expressly contrary to the Scrip-
tures; to maintain that the earth is not placed in the
centre of the world, that it is not immovable, and that it
has even a daily motion of rotation, is also an absurd pro-
position, false in philosophy, and at least erroneous in
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employed all the arguments which the truth suggested to
him in defence of a doctrine which his observations had

rendered indubitable; but his ¢ were unavailing; his
reasonings were disregarded; a. e had not showed
sufficient deference to the d::**s. ...the holy office, he

was personally interdicted from profégsing in future the
opinions which had just been condemned.

Galileo returned to Florence in 1617, and resumed,
with what grief may be easily imagined, the course of his
astronomical labours. But his love for these sublime
truths, of which he considered himself as the depositary,
increasing in proportion to the efforts made to extinguish
it, he undertook to silence, if he could not persuade, his
adversaries, by collecting into a body all the physical
proofs of the motion of the earth, and the constitution of
the heavens; and during sixteen entire years he was en-
gaged in this work. All that the finest genius could
imagine in point of ingenuity, or the purest taste admit
in point of elegance, he employed to render the truth
attractive.

But if great genius was required for the composition
of such a work, equal address was necessary to obtain
permission to publish it; and this Galileo undertook to
procure even in Rome itself. In 1630 he proceeded to
that city, and having waited on the master of the sacred
palace, boldly presented his work as a collection of new
scientific fancies, at the same time requesting him to have
the goodness to examine it scrupulously, to retrench what-
ever might appear to him exceptionable, and indeed to
criticise it with the greatest severity. The prelate, not
suspecting any thing, read it once and again; handed it to
one ot his colleagues for his opinion; and not seeing any
thing reprehensible in the work, set his hand to the most
ample approbation of its contents. But the permission
thus obtained was not sufficient; for in order to profit by
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_ enemies of Galileo in that city would not have failed to
explode the mine which the philosopher was himself
charging to blow them up. On the pretext of some dif-
ficulty of communication between Rome and Florence.
occasioned by a contagious distemper which then pre-
vailed, Galileo accordingly wrote to the master of the
sacred palace, soliciting permission to print his work at
Florence, on the condition of having it again examined
In that city. But the prelate, who perhaps began to sus-
pect some deception, made difficulties; pointed out to
Galileo a new censor; and demanded to .see the approba-
tion which he had previously given, in order, as he said,
to revise the terms in which it had been conceived. With
this request Galileo could not refuse to comply; but the
prelate having once got hold of the document, refused to
restore it, or to give any answer in explanation of his
conduct, so that Galileo, after making every effort to re-
cover it, and even causing it to be demanded by the am-
bassador of Tuscany, was compelled to abandon the pur-
suit as hopeless; and, contenting himself with the appro-
bation of the censor of Florence, which he now managed
to obtain, he published his work in 1632.”

The opponents of Galileo were not to be baffled, either
by his ingenious defence, or by a degree of favour that
had been extended to him by Pope Urban VIII. They
persuaded the pontiff that a part of the treatise had been
written expressly to turn him into ridicule, and accord-
ingly, notwithstanding the mediation of the Grand Duke
of Tuscany, and the exertions of his ambassador at the
papal court, the work of Galileo was condemned by the
Inquisition, and himself summoned to answer for his
opinions before that dread tribunal. He was now in the
sixty-ninth year of his age, and suffering under infirmities
that rendered such a journey peculiarly trying. Imme-
diately on his arrival in Rome, he was put under arrest,
and on the following morning he was visited by the Com-



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missary of the Holy Inquisition, who, with many profes.
sions of friendship, urged him to repair the great scandal
which he had given to all Italy by the heretical doc-
trine of the motion of the earth.

The result is well known. The great Tuscan philo3o-
pher was compelled, on his knees, to swear to a series of
propositions which affirmed the immoveability of the earth
and the movement of the sun round it every twenty-four
hours. His book was prohibited to be published or read.
He was himself condemned to the prison of the Inquisi-
tion during its pleasure, and finally he had to declare—
“I abjure, curse, and detest the error and heresy of the
motion of the earth, and promise never more to assert,
verbally or in writing, that the sun is the centre of the
system, and immoveable; or that the earth is not the
centre of the universe, or that it is moveable!” Rising from
his knees, after this solemn act of mockery, the aged
philosopher turned to one who stood near him, and ex-
claimed, ‘‘ E pur se muove—It moves for all that!’ The
whole procedure has been well characterized as one of
the most remarkable acts of intolerant ignorance and
bigoted folly to be found in the history of science. It is
altogether humiliating; we feel ashamed of our common
humanity, as we look on the haughty display of dogmatic
bigotry and blindness in the judges ; nor is it relieved by
all the palliating circumstances that can be affirmed on
behalf of the great Galileo,—the greatest and wisest man
of his time,—solemnly pronouncing a lie! The whcle
wording of the sentence of the Inquisition is a curious
specimen of the assumed infallibility of Rome. The fol-
lowing are its concluding words:—*“ Having seen and ma-
turely considered the merits of your eause, with your said
confessions and excuses, and every thing else which ought
to be seen and considered, we have come to the under-
written final sentence against you. Invoking, therefore,
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most glorious Virgin Mother, Mary, by this our final sen-
tence, which, sitting in council and judgment for the
tribunal of the reverend masters of sacred theology, and
doctors of both laws, our assessors, we put forth in this
writing touching the matters and controversies before us,
between the magnificent Charles Sincerus, doctor of both
laws, fiscal proctor of this holy office of the one part, and
you, Galileo Galilei, an examined and confessed criminal
from this present writing now in progress as above of the
other part, we pronounce, judge, and declare, that you,
the said Galileo, by reason of these things which have
been detailed in the course of this writing, and which, as
above, you have confessed, have rendered yourself vehe-
mently suspected by this holy office of heresy; that is
to say, that you believe and hold the false doctrine, and
contrary to the holy and divine Scriptures, namely, that
the sun is the centre of the world, and that it does not
move from east to west, and that the earth,.does move.
and is not the centre of the world; also that an opinion
can be held and supported as probable after it has been
declared and finally decreed contrary to the Holy Scrip-
ture, and consequently that you have incurred all the
censures and penalties enjomed and promulgated in the
sucred canons, and other general and particular constitu-
tions against delinquents of this description. From which
it is our pleasure that you be absolved, provided that,
first, with a sincere heart and unfeigned faith, in our pre-
sence, you abjure, curse, and detest the said errers and
heresies, and every other error and heresy contrary to
the Catholic and apostolic church of Rome, in the form
now shown to you. But, that your grievous and peri-
cious error and transgression may not go altogether un-
punished, and that you may be made more cautious in
future, and may bea warning to others to abstain from
delinquencies of this sort, we decree that the book of the
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edict, and we condemn you to the formal prison of this
holy office, for a period determinable at our pleasure;
and by way of salutary penance, we order you, during
the next three years, to recite once a week the seven
penitential psalms, reserving to ourselves the power of
moderating, commuting, or taking off the whole or part
of the said punishment and penance.”

It has been affirmed by many that the aged philosopher
was even subjected to the horrid torture of the rack be-
fore he yielded to abjure what he knew to be true. Such
would seem to be implied by the words which occur in
his judgment, rigorosum examen, and the intestinal hernia
with which he was ever after afflicted seems to corro-
borate the fact. We almost hesitate in deciding whether
the honour of humanity seems to suffer more by the ready
yielding of the philosopher to abjure the truth; or by
the cruelty of his intolerant judges, in proceeding to
such extremities to subdue his great mind to their narrow
standard! However it was, the spirit of the. old man
was broken; persecution had amply done its work. Af-
flictions followed closely to darken his closing years. In
1634, he lost a beloved daughter, who was the greatest
comfort and sole stay of his declining years. He was
allowed to return to Arcetri, where he witnessed his
daughter breathe her last. He was not, however, relieved
from the sentence of the Inquisition. He was kept there
in close confinement, and after two years passed in soli-
tude and restraint, he was subjected to still greater rigour,
owing to fresh suspicions with which his enemies had
succeeded in inspiring the Pope. He had been allowed
to visit Florence, but that relaxation of his severe sen-
tence was altogether withdrawn. He had attempted to
solace his hours of loneliness and sorrow by the composi-
tion of a work known as his “ Dialogues on Motion.” It
was written under the terrors of inquisitorial oversight,
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cause of offence to the familiars of the Holy Office.
Nevertheless such was the terror which their proceedings
had inspired, that no one could be found daring enough
to undertake the printing of it, and some years elapsed
ere at length a Dutch printer was induced to do what
no one in Italy would venture upon. Finally, within
two years after the loss of his daughter, he became
totally blind, and the last days of the old man were
passed in darkness and sorrow, relieved only by the anti-
cipation which doubtless cheered him even in the prison
of the Inquisition, that other generations would appre-
ciate the great lessons which his own age had forbid to
be promulgated; shutting their eyes against the most
wondrous revelations of science, and sealing his lips, lest
he should reveal to them the glories of God in the works
of creation. It was while thus suffering under the weight
of years and misfortunes, that Milton visited him as he
passed through Italy, while yet hope and youth and
bright anticipations cheered the great poet, whose closing
days were so nearly to resemble those of the noble Tus-
can whom he celebrated in immortal song.

Galileo appears to have been a most loveable charac-
ter in all the relationships of private life. Somewhat hasty
in temper, but easily reconciled, and exceedingly affec-
tionate and forgiving. He was generous to a fault, la-
vishing on his relatives and friends every thing that he
thought would gratify them, so as frequently to embar-
rass himself thereby. He entered heartily into all the
social enjoyments of life, and retained even in extrenie
old age much of the vivacity of early youth. He ex-
celled in music, painting, and poetry, and was altogether
one of those men of genial and kindly temperament, who
can find in all circumstances, and nearly in all society
some sources of enjoyment. It becomes the more pain-
ful to reflect on such a man, bowed down beneath the
weight of such harsh inflictions, expiring amid the sus-



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picions and cruelties of the persecutors of truth, and the
miseries which had followed in their train. He died at
Axcetri on the 8th of January, 1642, in the 78th year of
hisage. The associations that linger about this interest-
ing spot are thus beautifully alluded to in Rogers’s Italy :—

“We hail
Thy sunny slope, Arcetri, sung of old
For its green wine; dearer to me, to most,
As dwelt on by that great Astronomer,
Seven years a prisoner at the city gate,
Let in but in his grave-clothes. Sacred he,
His villa,—justly was it called the Gem !~-
Sacred the lawn, where many a cypress threw
Its length of shadow, while he watched the stars!
Sacred the vineyard, where, while yet his sight
Glimmered, at blush of morn he dressed his vines,
Chanting aloud in gaiety of heart
Some verse of Ariosto. There unseen,
In manly beauty Mitton stood before him,
Gazing with reverent awe—MIttTov, his guest,
Just then come forth all life and enterprise ;
f/e in his old age and extremity,
Blind, at noon-day exploring with his staff;
His eyes upturned as to the golden sun,
His eye-balls idly rolling. Little then
Did GaLitEo think whom he received;
That in his hand he held the hand of one
Who could requite him—who would spread his name
O’er lands and seas—great as himself, nay greater;
Milton as little that in him he saw,
As in a glass, what he himself should be,
Destined so soon to fall on evil days
And evil tongues—so soon, alas, to live
In darkness, and with dangers compassed round,
And solitude !”’

CHAPTER IY.

NEWTON.

ONE year after the death of Galileo, a prisoner of the
Inquisition, though at large in his own villa of Arcetri



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without the gates of Florence, Isaac Newton, the great
Christian philosopher, was born at the manor-house of
Woolsthorpe, in Lincolnshire. The old manor-house is a
plain but substantial dwelling, beautifully situated in a
sheltered valley, beside the river Witham, and there on
the 25th December, O.8., 1642, Newton first saw the light.
His mother, the daughter of a neighbouring squire, had
been left a widow within a few months after her marriage,
and he himself was ushered into the world prematurely,
so feeble and diminutive a child, that the attendants, who
had been successively despatched for medical aid, were
astonished to find him in life on their return.

Under such melancholy circumstances was this helpless
infant born into this world; feeble and delicate, beyond
even the common lot, while yet destined through a busy
lifetime to devote the activity of youth and manhood, and
the vigour of a ripe old age, to the profoundest discoveries
in science, and the production of writings that the universal
suffrages of a century of the greatest activity in every
department of science and learning, still pronounce pre-
eminent above all the productions of human intellect.

The accounts that have been preserved of the early
years of Newton are replete with lively interest. Like
many other boys who have afterwards risen to eminence,
he is said to have proved but a dull and inattentive
scholar,—not from any tardiness in the development of
his imental faculties, but rather from their early activity;
so that, already occupied with his own lively fancies, they
were slow to lend a ready attention to the dull routine of
elementary studies. An occurrence of a very simple
nature is said to have first stirred in him the ambition to
excel in the ordinary studies of his age. The boy imme-
diately above him in his class had treated him with
cruelty, and at length kicked him so severely in the
stomach as to occasion him very great pain. It affords a
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that he seems to have sought no other revenge than that
of excelling his persecutor. He immediately applied
himself with great diligence to his studies, till he suc-
ceeded in getting above him in the school, and the stimu-
lus once received, he never rested till he had attained the
top of his class.

The first original bent which Newton’s mind displayed
was that of mechanical invention. He early provided
himself with a complete assortment of little tools,—saws,
hammers, files, and the like, which he acquired great
dexterity in handling; and while his companions were
busy in the play-ground, the little philosopher would be
industriously labouring in some quiet corner to complete
some original mechanical contrivance, or to perfect the
model of one that had excited his interest.

In his twelfth year, he was sent to the public school
at Grantham. There chanced at this time to be a wind-
mill erecting in the neighbourhood, which immediately
attracted his attention;—he daily employed his leisure
time in watching its progress, and acquired so thorough
a knowledge of the machinery, that he constructed a
small working model of it, which he placed on the top of
the house where he lodged, and delighted himself and his
young friends by observing it put in motion by the wind.
The machinery was so complete a copy of the original as
to excite general admiration; but this he farther improved
upon by an ingenious contrivance for propelling it by
means of a mouse, which was stimulated to exert its
power by unavailing attempts to reach some corn placed
over its head. This he styled his miller, and by means
of this motive power he gratified himself by observing the
action of the machinery in his study.

The next mechanical contrivance of Isaac was a water-
clock. On the top of an upright box he placed another,
adapted as a reservoir of water, which was perforated with
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« float was kept in motion that turned the index of the
dial-plate as it rose. The young inventor perfected this
ingenious contrivance with such care, that it was used as
a clock long after his departure, by Mr. Clarke, a surgeon,
with whom he lodged while at Grantham; and Dr. Stukely
records a conversation he held with him many years
afterwards, at the Royal Society, on the value of such
instruments, and the obstacles to their perfection and
durability.

Newton is described at this time as “a sober, silent,
thinking lad,” fond of retirement, and little disposed to
quarrel with his own company. Yet with all this love
of retirement, he manifested no shade of misanthropy.
He was the same active little philosopher among his
_ school-fellows as in his own study, and delighted in ap-
plying his constructive talents to their aid. He intro-
duced the flying of paper kites, and laboured with as
much zeal in calculating their most effective form and
proportions, and determining the position for attaching
the string and tail, as ever he did in maturer years to
ascertain the laws of motion of the heavenly bodies.
It was his delight, also, to construct paper lanterns, which
he attached to the tail of the kites in a dark night, and
filled the country round with portentous rumours of
meteors and fiery flying comets. He amused _ himself
likewise with the use of his pencil, in which he obtained
great proficiency, varying his occupations again by em-
ploying his constructive abilities in framing his most
successful productions; and to this, as he grew older, he
added that of writing verse, occasionally superadding
these efforts of his muse, as a further adornment to his
drawings. Few of these early productions have been
preserved; but the strict subjection of the imaginative
‘aculties to the other mental powers, which he invariably
displayed, renders i+ improbable that such early efforts
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But while the studious scholar was employed, as we have
described, in amusing himself with ingenious manifesta-
tions of mechanical skill, his attention seems to have been
directed thus early to the movements of the heavenly
bodies. We have already described his construction of
a water-clock, and the completion of this, with the difii-
culties experienced in regulating its action, probably sug-
gested the idea of a more perfect means for the measure-
ment of time. By carefully noting the shifting shadows
as they moved along the walls and neighbouring roofs of
his lodging at Grantham, he succeeded in providing what
may be styled a natural dial for his own use; and this he
followed up by tracing out one, corrected by the obser-
vations of successive years, upon one of the walls of the
house, which was long afterwards referred to as a good
time-piece by the neighbourhood, under the name of
Isaac’s dial.

From these pleasing and significant recreations, Newton
was recalled to Woolsthorpe at the age of fifteen, to
assist in the farming operations of the small estate at-
tached to the old manor-house, and to qualify himself for
the position he was then supposed destined to occupy as
a country squire. It will hardly excite wonder that the |
young philosopher proved no adept at farming. He was
too busy with his sun-dials for the correct measurement
of time, to trouble himself much with what might be
deemed the useful occupation of it. “The perusal of a
book,” says his best biographer, Sir David Brewster, “ the
execution of a model, or the superintendence of a water-
wheel of his own construction, whirling the glittering
spray from some neighbouring stream, absorbed all his
thoughts when the sheep were going astray, and the
cattle were devouring or treading down the corn.” Very
useless occupations, doubtless, they must have appeared
for the hereditary farmer of Woolsthorpe.

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uncles, who was rector at a village some few miles dis-
tant, found him one day seated under a hedge, with his
book in his hand, and so intensely absorbed with his
subject, as not to observe the intruder. His uncle was
surprised, on examining the book, to find he was deep in
the solution of a mathematical problem. He immediately
employed his influence with his mother to allow him to
resume his studies, and as his assistance was not likely
to be greatly missed on the farm, he was forthwith sent
back to Grantham school, whence he proceeded in a few
months to the University of Cambridge, and entered on
the real studies of his life at Trinity College.

Of his early studies at Cambridge even less is known
than of his juvenile proceedings at Grantham. His re-
served and meditative habits were little calculated to
attract particular notice at a busy university, where closa
study implied no superior mental faculties or peculiar
genius. His own note-books furnish us with the inter-
esting fact that in 1664 he purchased a prism,—the simple
instrument which he turned to such grand results, that
Roubilliac has represented him in the marble statue that
adorns the ante-chapel of Trinity College, holding a prism
in his hand, and looking upward, as if engaged in deep
thought on the mysterious secrets of light.

The progress of Newton at the university is now only
apparent from its own records. In 1668 he took his
degree of Master of Arts; the same year he was appointed
to a senior fellowship, and the following year he suc-
ceeded Dr. Barrow in the Lucasian Professorship of
Mathematics. The period of his appointment to this
honourable office nearly coincides with some of his grand-
est discoveries.

“During the year 1666,” says Sir David Brewster,
“he had applied himself to the grinding of optic glasses
of other figures than spherical, and having, no doubt, ex-
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the idea of examining the phenomena of colour was one
of those sagacious and fortunate impulses which more
than once led him to discovery.” The wonderful powers
of the telescope, then so recently called into being, were
well calculated to excite the philosophic mind to aim at
pertecting it. Only half a century before had Galileo,
while at Venice, been struck by the rumour of such a dis-
covery,—a tube containing glass lenses, that brought
distant objects near at hand. We have already detailed
the proceedings of the great Tuscan philosopher. The
idea instantly struck him as one of the utmost value to
science, and by the knowledge he possessed of the pro-
perty of the glass lenses, he constructed several telescopes
of increasing power, the last of which magnified nearly a
thousand times. The very first time he directed this new
instrument to the heavens, he discovered three of J upiter’s
moons.

Newton applied his investigations to the discovery of
the properties of light itself. By means of a prism he
examined the curious phenomena of different colours
termed the prismatic hues; and after having defined the
regular appearance and relative position of each hue, he
observed that the red rays were invariably the least bent
from the straight line, and the violet rays the most SO,
and that each colour has its own specific and unchanging
angle of refraction; from whence he drew the important
conclusion that light consists of rays differing in colour
and refrangibility.

No sooner had Newton established this important truth,
than he proceeded to apply it to remove the imperfection of
that valuable instrument the telescope. The cause of itg
defects at once became apparent, for, since the rays of
every different colour were refracted at a different angle,
they must each converge to a different focus; and hence
in the refracting telescope the eye must receive the per-
fect image of the object formed by the rays of one colour,



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and a series of imperfect and confused ones occasioned
by the radiations of the other colours at their different
angles. Satisfied of this, Newton at once abandoned ali
idea of further improvement in this kind of telescope,
and by applying the principle of reflection, at length
completed an instrument which has formed the basis of
all the improvements in the telescope. We shall not
attempt to explain the value of this new principle further
than to state, that as he found all colours are reflected
regularly, so that the angle of reflection is equal to the
angle of incidence, the divergence of the rays was thus
corrected, and the image restored to a uniform combina-
tion of the rays of light before it was received on the eye.

Amid these interesting speculations, Newton was forced
to quit Cambridge by the breaking out of the plague
there in 1666, and more than two years elapsed before he
made any further progress in the subject.

it was while spending this period of retirement at
Woolsthorpe Manor-House, that the first idea oceurred to
him of that wonderful law of gravitation that finally
resulted in the system of the universe, which forms the
main subject of his immortal work, the Principia. The
popular account of this interesting suggestive thought is
well known. Sitting one day in his garden at Wools-
thorpe, he observed an apple fall from a neighbouring
tree; and reflecting on the power of that principle of
gravitation by which it was thus brought to the earth, he
arrived at that magnificent theory which he afterwards
demonstrated to the world.

‘The latest biographer of Newton, while admitting that
the idea occurred to him at this period, and while seated
in his garden, has thrown a doubt on this popular anec-
dote. But resting as it does on very early tradition, and
having been related by M. Biot, on the authority of Pem-
berton, the contemporary and friend of Newton, there
seems no object gained by challenging so natural and
probable a narrative.

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An aged apple-tree in the garden of the old manor-
house long attracted notice by the tradition which asso-
ciated it with a discovery so important. It was blown
down about sixteen years since, but the present owner of
Woolsthorpe has had an arm chair formed out of the wood,
and in this form it still remains near its old site as an
interesting memorial of the great philosopher whose
youth and manhood were passed there, and whose most
unportant reflections were followed out beneath its shade.



CHAPTER V.,
THE SYSTEM OF THE UNIVERSE.

NEWTON returned to Cambridge in 1668, where we
soon afterwards find him engaged in applying his recent
discoveries as to the nature of light to the construction
of a telescope calculated to obviate the defects that had
heretofore limited the powers of that instrument. His
success was such as must have amply realized his highest
expectations. This first reflecting telescope ever executed,
though only six inches long, and constructed with very
imperfect materials, was yet found nearly equal in power
to a six-foot instrument on the old principle. It was sent
to the Royal Society of London at. the request of some
of the most eminent scientific men of that day, and the
same year a minute description of the instrument and the
principle of its construction, was published in the “ Philo-
sophical Transactions.” This telescope is still in the
possession of the Royal Society. It is carefully preserved
in the library at Somerset House, as one of the most
valued treasures of the Society, and on the stand of it 4
plate bears the following inscription :—

INVENTED BY SIR ISAAC NEWTON,
AND MADE WITH HIS OWN HANDs, 1671.



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Newton’s discovery of the fundamental properties of
light swept away a cumbrous array of illogical definitions
by which ignorance had sought to satisfy itself, and
account for the phenomena which he at once reduced to
simple laws. Sir David Brewster thus beautifully ex-
hibits the effects of Newton’s Theory of Light in reveal-
ing the means by which the beauty and diversity that
nature displays is produced: “Tf,” says he, “the objects
of the material world had been illuminated with white
light, all the particles of which possessed the same degree
of refrangibility, and were equally acted upon by the
bodies on which they fall, all nature would shine with a
leaden hue, and all the combinations of external objects,
and all the features of the human countenance, would
have exhibited no other variety than that which they
possess in a pencil-sketch or a China ink drawing. The
rainbow itself would have dwindled into a narrow arch of
white light; the stars would have shone through a grey
sky; and the mantle of a wintry twilight would have
replaced the golden vesture of the rising and the setting
sun; but He who has exhibited such matchless skill in
the organization of material bodies, and such exquisite
taste in the forms upon which they are modelled, has
superadded that ethereal beauty which enhances their
permanent qualities, and presents them to us in the ever-

varying characters of the spectrum. Without this the
foliage of vegetable life might have filled the eye and
fostered the fruit which it veils; but the youthful green
of its spring would have been blended with the dying
yellow of its autumn. Without this the diamond might
have displayed to science the beauty of its forms, and
yielded to the arts its adamantine virtues, but would have
ceased to shine in the chaplet of beauty, and to sparkle
in the diadem of princes. Without this, the human
countenance might have expressed all the sympathies of
the heart, but ‘the purple light of love’ would not have



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risen on the cheek, nor the hectic flush been the herald
of its decay.”

From these valuable, but secondary observations, how-
ever, we turn to his grand idea of the universality of
the law of gravitation, which we have already seen
suggested to the reflective mind of Newton, and which
he now proceeded to test by the laborious calculations of
mathematical science. No incident recorded in the life
of Newton so distinctly exhibits the sound character of
his clear and philosophic mind as that which he displayed
when he proceeded to apply his theory of gravitation to
account for the orbitual motions of the earth. Being
absent from books, he took the common estimate then
received of the measurement of the earth, which differed
nearly ten miles in every degree from the true one,—the
consequence of which was, that the force of gravity
differed by a sixth from that which is observable in the
true motion of the moon in her orbit; from which he
concluded that some other cause must co-operate with
this force in producing its motion. Being unable to
discover this supposed second force, he at once laid these
speculations aside, and returned to the investigations in
optics, which we have described. It was not till sixteen
years later that an occurrence of a very interesting nature
Jed him to resume the subject. At a meeting of the
Royal Society, the measurement of a degree of the
meridian, which had been executed by M. Pichard three
years before, became the subject of conversation. From
this Newton calculated the diameter of the earth, and
immediately resumed his calculations as to the effect of
gravity on the moon. In the progress of his calculation
from these new data, finding that it manifestly tended
towards the long-wished-for result, he was thrown into
such a state of excitement, that he was unable to pro-
ceed, and had to entreat one of his friends to complete it
for him. ‘The result was such as to confirm his previous



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ideas, establishing this grand law of universal gravitation
as ruling the motions of the spheres, and binding into one
great family the remotest stars that spangle the nightly
sky. ,

It is obvious from the promptness with which Newton
availed himself of the new data as to the circumference
of the earth, that the conviction of this power had never
been abandoned by him; and now, after so many years
of suspense, the influence of such a result on his mind
might well excite in him these unwonted feelings. No
sooner had he recognized this universal law in its first
results, than he pursued it to its remotest consequences,
with a boldness of thought never before displayed in
science. The whole material universe, with all the com-
plicated movements of the heavenly bodies, were at once
presented to his mind as the result of one grand, simple,
and all-pervading force.

Who that considers the vastness of these truths thus
disclosed to the mind of Newton, will wonder that in the
great philosopher should be found also the humble Chris- -
tian;—that he who had learned so much more than any
other of the secrets of Creation, and who had discovered
in the objects of the astronomer'’s investigation evidences
of an all-pervading power and governance undreamt-of
before, should, more than any other, acknowledge the
force of that declaration, “'The heavens declare the glory
of God, and the firmament showeth forth his handy-
work.” His thoughts on this memorable occasion might
well be rendered in the words of the great divine, Dr.
Chalmers, whose recent and sudden death has excited so
universal a feeling of regret. “In yon gilded canopy
of heaven we see the broad aspect of the universe, where
each shining point presents us with a sun, and each sun
with a system of worlds,—where the Deity reigns in all
the grandeur of His high attributes, where He peoples
immensity with His wonders and travels in the great-



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hess of Ilis strength through the dominions of one vast
and unlimited monarchy.”

We have already witnessed the intolerance and bigotry
which followed the great Tuscan philosopher through
every step of his magnificent disclosures. No Inquisition
watched with blind jealousy over the great discoveries of
the English philosopher, yet the same spirit of ignorant
narrow-mindedness assailed the truths he made known.
So much was he affected by the acrimony and abuse with
which he was assailed, that he determined on suppressing
the Third Book of his Principia, which contains the
theory of comets. Fortunately, however, the solicitations
of his friends induced him to submit to their desire for
the publication of the entire work, which appeared in a
complete form in the year 1687.

Some idea may be formed of the profundity of the
discoveries which this work contained, from the fact that
only two or three of Newton’s contemporaries throughout
Europe were capable of understanding it. “ A work,”
says his recent biographer, “which is memorable not only
in the annals of one science or of one country, but which
will form an epoch in the history of the world, and will
ever be regarded as the brightest page in the records of
human reason.” The extent of knowledge which Newton
forthwith deduced from his great discovery is scarcely
conceivable to ordinary minds. Heat once calculated the
quantity of matter in the sun, and in all the planets that
have satellites. He further proved the specific gravity
of each, by means of which he at once determined their
relative weight; and following out with patient sagacity
the just deductions from the universal law, he discovered
the cause of tides, of the spherical form of the planets,
as modified by the revolution of each round its own axis:
and of the motion of comets, and their relation as mem-
bers of our solar system.

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turn to the interesting studies with which the great
Christian philosopher solaced his leisure. It is delightful
to find the humble and teachable spirit of the Christian
allied to such gigantic powers of intellect. ‘To the infidel
philosophers of France it appeared altogether unaccount-
able that the discoverer of the primary laws of the uni-
verse should have spent his time in writing a series o
Letters on the existence of a Deity; or that he should have
seriously devoted himself to the study of the prophetic
writings of the Old Testament Scriptures, and of the
mysterious revelations of the Apocalypse.

To Newton’s great mind, however, the book of Reve-
lation appeared as the work of the same hand that built
the sky, and called into being the innumerable stars
whose vastness and immensity were better understood by
him than by any one who had before sought to investi-
gate their secrets. No amount of knowledge excited him
to presumption, but, on the contrary, we find him exhibit-
ing the docility of a child in the investigation of every
new truth, and the humility of one who felt that he had
only discovered enough to see how vast and unsearchable
are the depths of knowledge in God’s works, which will
employ eternity in searching them out. Far more than
any one before, Newton had learned that “The heavens
declare the glory of God, and the firmament showeth his
handywork. Day unto day uttereti speech, and night
unto night showeth knowledge. There is no speech nor
language wherein their voice is not heard. Their line is
gone out through all the earth, and their words to the
end of the world. In them hath he set a tabernacle for
the sun, which is as a bridegroom coming out of his
chamber, and rejoiceth as a strong man to run a race.
His going forth is from the end of the heaven, and his
circuit unto the ends of it: and there is nothing hid from
the heat thereof. The law of the Lord is perfect.”

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which Newton had yet received was his appointment to
the chair of Mathematics at Cambridge, and this had pre-
ceded his most important discoveries. A great change
now, however, occurred to him, influencing the character
and occupations of his future life. He had reached his
fifty-third year, without a single token of recognition by
his country of aught that he had accomplished in the
cause of science. His friends had in vain endeavoured
to obtain from Government some addition to the strait-
ened income which, up to this time, had received no
augmentation since his appointment to the Lucasian
Chair. One of his early college friends, Charles Montague,
afterwards Earl of Halifax, who had sat along with him
in the Convention Parliament, had ever continued to look
up to him with the veneration and love of a disciple, and
co operated with him on various occasions in promoting
the objects the great philosopher had at heart. In 1694,
Montague was appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer,
and one of the first uses he made of his elevation was
to recommend Newton to the office of Warden of the
Mint, with a salary of £600 a-year.

In fulfilment of the duties of his new office, Newton
had now to exchange the seclusion of a College life, with
the pleasing occupation of his scientific investigations, for
the bustling scenes of the capital. Under his able super-
intendence, the entire money of the realm was renewed
within two years after his appointment, and four years
after his removal to London he was promoted to the
Mastership of the Mint, an office worth from twelve to
fiiteen hundred pounds a-year. Honours now flowed
upon the great philosopher. He was elected one of the
earliest foreign members of the Royal Academy of Sciences
at Paris; in 1701 he was again chosen as the representa-
tive of his University in the British Parliament; and in
1705, Queen Anne conferred on him the honour of knight-
hood while on a visit to the University of Cambridge.



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Jt is unnecessary to follow into minuter details the
history of the greatest philosopher of any age or coun-
try, whom it has been the honour and privilege of Eng-
land to give birth to, and to cherish. About the year
1722, he made arrangements for the publication of a third
edition of the Principia, which appeared with numerous
additions in 1726. Though advancing towards the al-
lotted term of human life, his faculties still retained all
their vigour. His habits were of the simplest character,
his diet remarkably temperate, consisting principally of
vegetables and fruit, and his mode of living plain and
unostentatious, yet characterized by the utmost genero-
sity. He latterly declined all invitations, and was equally
unwilling to break in on his domestic peace with the
bustle of numerous guests. Yet he was eminently social
in his tastes, and delighted in the society of a few con-
genial friends, among whom he would occasionally dis-
close the splendid theories which his great discoveries in
astronomy suggested to his mind. His mind remained
strong and vigorous to the last; and on Monday the 20th
of March, 1727, he expired in the eighty-fifth year of his
ae. ;

The body of the great philosopher lay in state in the
Jerusalem Chamber, and was thence borne to its last
resting-place, near the entrance to the choir in West-
minster Abbey. His funeral was attended by the most
learned and noble in the land. The pall was borne by
the Lord High Chancellor, the Dukes of Roxburghe and
Montrose, and the Earls of Pembroke, Sussex, and Mac-
clesfield, all fellows of the Royal Society, and who doubt-
less felt that in bearing the body of Newton to the tomb,
they were not conferring, but receiving honour. A costly
monument was erected to his memory, whereon is en-
graved a Latin inscription, which, after recording his
great discoveries, thus sums up his character:—“ An as-
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antiquity, and the Holy Scriptures; he asserted in his
philosophy the majesty of God, and exhibited in his life
the simplicity of the Gospel. Jet mortals rejoice that
such a one has existed AN ORNAMENT TO THE HUMAN
Race!”

On the pedestal of the fine statue erected in his own
college at Cambridge, this brief inscription is carved,

Qui genus humanum ingenio superavit.
Who surpassed all men in genius.

But “the pomp of heraldry,” or sculpture’s nobler
honours, can yield but a poor and insufficient tribute to
the worth of this the greatest of men. The reputation
of others, the sages of their time, has waned with the in-
creasing knowledge of succeeding ages ;—they that have
slone as bright suns, illuminating their own generations,
have waxed dim with the increasing light that their own
discoveries gave birth to;—but the reputation of Newton
increases with the discoveries of his successors,—the
noblest of them seem but as the flamens that wait around
this great high priest of nature and truth,—the highest
mtellect bows down with the greatest reverence before
his master-mind.

Newton appears to have shone in every relation of
life. He was generous without ostentation, and so un-—
bounded in his charity as frequently to embarrass himself.
He cherished the great principles of religious toleration
at a period when they were little understood, and ex-
pressed his abhorrence of every form of persecution; while
he boldly defended the rights of his university and the
great principles of Protestantism, when James II. covertly
sought to pave the way for the re-establishment of Popery —
in England, by ordering the University of Cambridge to
admit Father Francis, an ignorant monk of the Benedictine
order, to the rank and privileges of a Master of Arts. He
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Parliament in 1688, and lent the aid of his powerful in-
tellect to the concocting of those measures, from the
enactment of which his countrymen have ever since dated
the permanent establishment of national liberty. He was
in every respect a noble man, and the truest exhibition
the world has ever witnessed of a CHRistiIAN Putio-
SOPHER.

Such are the noble manifestations of worth and true
greatness which have excited the admiration of every
succeeding age. But among all the characteristics of his
mind which excite our wonder and delight, none are so
remarkable as his modesty ; a modesty which originated
in the vastness of his discoveries. Looking far beyond
all other men into the secrets of the universe, the great-
ness that it disclosed to him only convinced him of the
boundless depths of creation yet unexplored, to which
even his knowledge must be altogether limited and im-
perfect. He knew well the worth of what he had accom-
plished, and, when circumstances compelled him, could
vindicate his claims to his discoveries, and assert their
just value as fundamental truths in science; yet he ex-
claimed a little before his death, “I do not know what I
may appear to the world; but to myself 1 seem to have
been only like a boy playing on the sea-shore, and
diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother
pebble, or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great
ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.”

When we reflect on the character of N ewton, and all
that he has accomplished for the human race, we are lost
in admiration at the greatness, the modesty, and the
simplicity of the man. His great predecessor, Bacon,
declared that his demonstration of the Inductive Philo-
sophy put ordinary men on a level with men of genius.
This was an overstatement and exaggeration, in as far as
it overlooked the necessary superiority of genius while
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ties. In Newton’s case, however, it could be far more
justly said that he supplied a key to the whole system of
nature, by which hypothesis was supplanted, and philo-
sophic reasoning almost rendered superfluous, so that it
only remained for the future student of science to enlarge
his powers of observation by material means, and to
multiply his store of facts, and then applying to these
the great laws established by Newton, at once to reduce
the whole to order and system.

Newton presents the remarkable instance of a disco-
verer, who at the end of nearly a century and a half after
the promulgation of his chief discoveries,—during which
time the objects of his chief study have become the sub-
ject of keenest investigation in an age remarkable for
scientific activity,—still retains, by universal consent, the
pre-eminent position of unequalled genius in the history
of the human race. He was the first to introduce the
beautiful principle on which the reflecting telescope is
constructed, yet how vast the strides that have been
made since his time in the improvement of this instru-
ment. Herschell considered that his ten feet telescope
possessed a power of penetrating space that enabled him
to descry a star twenty-eight and a half times farther off
than those we see with the naked eye. If we reflect
for a moment on the vast distance of the very nearest of
these, and multiply it hy that increase of power, how
vastly enlarged is the sphere of our observation. Yet
that is a trifle when compared with the Rosse telescope,
that has astonished the scientific world in our own day,
and promises to form a new epoch in the history of
sciences. Its powers almost exceed the ordinary defini-
tions of arithmetic. It could descry a cluster of stars
consisting of 5000 individuals, were it situated three
hundred thousand times deeper in space than Sirius pro-
bably is! This wonderful instrument has searched the
heavens, and still we return from its observations to the



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great laws established by Newton, and to the nobler sim-
plicity of his Christian faith, and acknowledge him ag
the greatest among the sons of genius. With the teach-
able docility of a child, and yet with the earnest perse-
verance of high intellectual activity, he read from the
great book of nature her marvellous and untold laws,
whereby the universe is ruled; he explained to all that
God governed the world by laws wonderful in their
simplicity ; while yet he taught others by his example
that therein he the more discovered the majesty and in-
finite power of the Creator and Preserver of all things.
God not only has created all things, but all things subsist
only by his sustaining power, as completely as they owed
their first being to his word. “He literally creates the
universe every moment. Every instant is a new morning
of creation. He is the Alpha and the Omega, the be-
ginning and the ending; the Creator, the Sustainer, the
Provider, in whom we live, move, and have our being.”







Genius and the sine Arts.

CHAPTER I.
GIOVANNI CIMABUE.

hea aa N the preceding chapters we have directed the
NG Wav veader’s attention to what great men, by
assiduous labour and unfailing perseverance,
have accomplished for humanity in the world
of science. We shall now proceed to show that no less
has been achieved in the world of art. And the reader
will do well to remember that mankind can no more do
without the artist than without the philosopher. For
it is specially the province of the former to cultivate the
emotional side of man’s nature, to refine his taste, to de
velop his imaginative faculties, and to accustom him to
the pursuit of a lofty ideal of grace, beauty, and purity.

In early life, extraordinary capacity rarely indeed
fails to manifest its powers; yet. even the strongest
minds are swayed by external circumstances, and it
often seems as if some slight and altogether fortui-
tous chance had determined the bent of men of
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win worthy achievements. That peculiar genius which
manifests itself in the production of works of Art, has
oftener than any other, exhibited itself as a ruling passion
forming with the opening mind; and in no case is this
more strikingly apparent than in the history of Cimabue
and Giotto, the illustrious revivers of Art in the thir-
teenth century.

Giovanni Cimabue, the child of a noble Italian ances-
try, was born at Florence in the year 1240. It has justly
been contended by recent writers that the period was by
no means so entirely destitute of every feeling for Art,
and every opportunity of studying its powers, as Vasari,
the historian of Italian Art, has represented, and numerous
writers that succeeded him have endeavoured to demon-
strate. The period was, on the contrary, altogether
favourable for the enlistment of popular sympathy in
behalf of a great painter.

The Arts had already become the handmaid of religion.
The Cathedral of Pisa was rising in its magnificence of
form, uniting the beauties of sculpture and architecture ;
and,—what was of far greater importance in its perma-
nent influence on the development of every form of
genius,—free institutions were springing up in nearly all
the northern States of Italy. But although Cimabue
may not have a just claim to the title of “The Father of
Modern Painting” in its strictest sense, there is yet
sufficient in his interesting and remarkable history, as one
of the foremost leaders in the revival of Italian Art, to
command our admiration and attract us to the study of
his life.

Giovanni, as the scion of a noble house, enjoyed the
advantages of education at a period when such were
rarely thought of even for the sons of princes. It should
probably, indeed, be received as a proof of the early
genius displayed by the ardent boy, that he was sent by
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of the Brothers of the Convent of Santa Maria Novella,
at Florence. He was probably destined thus early for
the Church, in which his own abilities and his family’s
influence would hold out the promise of high, perhaps
even the highest, honours, that were attainable within its
pale. The noble boy, however, was gifted with a way-
ward genius that spurned at the ordinary restraints and
the dull routine of the school-room. Already his mind
displayed its future bent, and the school-book, instead of
affording the theme of a dull and tedious task, was
decorated with the rude crayon drawings of the embryo
painter. |

We can fancy the horror and indignation of the old
monk when he discovered the pastime of his wayward
pupil. School-books in the thirteenth century were very
different things from the penny primers and sixpenny
hornbooks of our own school days. The young Gio-
vanni would have to con his task on some quaint
ulumined missal, probably now worth its weight in gold,
if it still exist on the dusty. shelves of some monastic
library, or, better prized, among the literary treasures of
London or Paris. We fear the professors of Greek and
Latin in the Convent of Santa Maria Novella would adopt
such summary measures to convince their erratic pupil of
the grave nature of his offence, as would most probably
suffice to give him a hearty disgust at learning in general,
Whatever was the reason, it is certain that his parents
freed him from the necessity of pursuing the bent of hig
genius under such troublesome circumstances, and he was
soon afterwards placed under the care of some of the
ablest artists of the time, to acquire a knowledge of the
art of painting, which possessed such strong attractions
for him.

When the great capital of the Roman world was
sinking under the degeneracy and corruption that was
working the overthrow of that vast empire, the Em-



GIOVANNI CIMABUE. Od

peror Constantine, in the 328th year of the Christian
era, founded the city that still bears his name, on the
site of the ancient city of Byzantium, on the narrow
channel of the Bosphorus, which connects the Sea of
Marmora with the Euxine or Black Sea. The choice
was admirable, and in every way suited for a great com-
mercial city, had the same wisdom characterized its
government which was displayed in planting it at this
connecting point, as the link between the eastern and
western continents. For a time it flourished as the seat
of learning and the Arts. Its imperial founder enriched
it with treasures of Art taken from all parts of the Roman
world, and soon made it outvie its older rival. The
luxury and dissipation, as well as the seeds of decay and
dissolution, that had already taken root in the huge
and unwieldy Roman empire, were not to be eradicated
by a change of locality of the imperial city. The ener-
vated but still refined Greeks did indeed cultivate the
line Arts, with a taste and enthusiasm altogether un-
known among the ruder natives of the ancient Italian.
peninsula. Painting, sculpture, Mosaic work, and the
illumination of missals, were cultivated there with ardour
and considerable success. But the empire of the east
was destined to rude shocks preparatory to its final
overthrow. It was taken from the degenerate Greeks in
the year 1204, and continued in the hands of their con-
querors, the Franks, for fifty-seven years. Jt was then
retaken by the Greeks in 1261, under the Emperor
Michael Paleologus. Strange scenes were thenceforth
enacted under the sway of the Greek emperors. The
fanatic hordes of Crusaders, driven by the excited elo-
quence of Peter the Hermit, swept across the country,
and perished in thousands around its walls, ere they
could reach the Asiatic shores. The successors of Con-
stantine, the Christian Emperor, bartered the key to the

eastern continent for mercenary bribes, or by duplicity
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and fraud involved those emissaries of the apostles of
the crusades in famine and destruction. The enervated
empire of the east long trembled in the balance. At
length the hour of retribution came. The fanatic hordes
which had been roused by the Moslem prophet within
the bosom of the Asiatic continent, swept with resistless
fury across the narrow straits that divided it from Eu-
rope, and in the year 1453, the capital of the Eastern
empire fell.

The invasion of Christendom by the followers of the
false prophet was calculated to strike every kingdom of
Europe with dismay. Its consequences, however, were
altogether beneficial, and by the immense influence it
exercised on the future progress of Europe, manifested in a
_ striking manner that overruling Providence which guides
the course of human affairs, and makes what seems the
most adverse circumstances work out the accomplish-
ment of beneficent designs. By this means the numerous
valuable manuscripts which had been transcribed and
preserved by the learned Greeks, were sent forth from
their long hiding in the libraries of the convents and
churches of the Eastern empire, when it was no longer
able to preserve them from destruction, and were returned
to the scholars of Italy and the south of Europe, just
when the struggle for civil liberty against the decaying
system of feudal lordship had prepared them to appreciate
these treasures of ancient learning.

Along with the Greek scholars, who were driven from
their native land by the invasion of Mahomet IT., and by
their learning and the manuscripts they brought with
them, aided so largely in preparing Europe for the
Reformation of the sixteenth century, there also fled
into Italy numerous painters and sculptors, who also
contributed towards that revival of the Arts that took
place at an earlier period. The Greek painters, however,
had found their way to Italy long before the tinal Overe

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throw of Constantinople, and at the time when the
youthful Giovanni Cimabue was incurring the indignant
censure of the monks of Santa Maria Novella for his
thoughtless defacing of their literary treasures by his
crayon sketches, the church of the convent had been
intrusted to some Greek artists, and was then being
decorated, according to their ideas, in the highest style of
the Arts. |

1'o these Greek artists the young Cimabue was forth-
with committed, as their pupil, and the progress that he
made soon showed how much more congenial were their
instructions, than the dull tasks of the monkish professors
of Greek and Latin, The ability of these foreign artists
was undoubtedly small indeed, and it is even said by
Pilkington, following the early Italian historians, that they
were merely employed to repair the decaying works of
earlier times. “ At that time,” says he, “the Governor
of Florence invited some ordinary Greek artists to that
city, who were employed in one of the churches to repair
the decayed paintings, and Cimabue, already prepos-
sessed in favour of the art, spent whole days in observing
their manner of working, to the entire neglect of his
school education. So strong an attachment to those
Greek painters prevailed with his father to indulge him
in a study to which his genius seemed evidently to direct
him; and he placed Cimabue with them as a disciple,
flattering himself with a hope which appeared prophetic,
that he would one day render himself remarkably eminent,
He received the instructions of his masters with such
eager delight, and applied himself so incessantly to prac-
tice, that in a short time he proved far superior to his
directors in his taste for design and colouring, and painted
with equal readiness in fresco and in distemper; not only
designing historical subjects but also portraits after the
life, which at that time was considered as a wonderful
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interesting field ot portraiture, we owe the preservation
of his own likeness, painted by his contemporary, Simone
Memmi, of Sienna, on the walls of the Chapel degli
Spagnuoli, in the Church of Santa Maria Novella, where
the ardent youth first entered to become the pupil of its
monks and its Greek painters.

It must not be supposed, however, that the bright
Genius who was to win for himself the title of the Father
of Italian Painting, was so entirely seduced from learning
by the attractions of the Arts as to grow up a mere
painter, ignorant of the treasure of sacred and profane
literature from whence the future themes of his pencil
were to be drawn. On the contrary, he is described by
Vasari, as well studied in all the literature of his age,
and proud no less of his learning than of his artistic
skill, The pleasures of Art would indeed absorb his
whole thoughts for a time, but he no doubt speedily
discovered the value and the necessity of learning, and
applied the same vigorous powers to it which mastered
the difficulties of his favourite occupation. He is de-
scribed indeed as exhibiting a haughty and disdainful
temperament, and excessive sensitiveness of disposition.
He was no less proud of his high lineage than of his
reputation as an artist, and displayed both personally and
in his works the bold and daring spirit of Michael Angelo,
without that grace and gentleness of Raphael, which led
the passionate Italians to apply to him the epithet
* divine.”

Cimabue displayed great versatility of genius. He
excelled as an architect and a Mosaic worker, no less
than as a painter. He established a school at Florence
from which great painters proceeded, and he especially,
the glorious Giotto, who, with no proud birth, and no
advantages derived from a noble ancestry, rose to the
attainment of enduring and worthy fame, by his own
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vorks of Cimabue affords a characteristic illustration of
che fervour of that sensitive and highly excitable people.
Yet it is only when compared with the imbecile works of
his predecessors that we are able to appreciate the
applause of his enthusiastic fellow-countrymen. Mrs.
Jamieson, the critical historian of the Italian painters,
remarks of Cimabue:—He executed many pictures in the
famous Church of St. Francis, at Assisi, in the decoration
of which many of the best artists of the thirteenth and
fourteenth centuries were employed. “Judging from the
fragments which remain, he showed a decided improve-
ment in drawing, in dignity of attitude, and in the
expression of life, but still the figures have only just so
much of animation and significance as are absolutely
necessary to render the story or action intelligible. There
is no variety, no express imitation of nature. Being
recalled by his affairs to Florence, about 1270, he painted
there the most celebrated of all his works, the Madonna
aud infant Christ, for the Church of Santa Maria Novella.
This Madonna, of a larger size than any which had been
previously executed, had excited in its progress great
curiosity and interest among his fellow-citizens, for Cima-
bue refused to uncover it to public view: but it happened
about that time that Charles of Anjou, brother of Louis
IX., being on his way to take possession of the kingdom
of Napies, passed through Florence, and was received
and feasted by the nobles of that city; and among other
entertainments, they conducted him to visit the atelier
of Cimabue, which was in a garden near the Porta Santa
Piero: on this festive occasion the Madonna was unco-
vered, and the people in joyous crowds hurried thither to
look upon it, rending the air with exclamations of delight
and astonishment, whence this quarter of the city ob-
tained and has kept ever since the name of the Borgo
Allegri. The Madonna, when finished, was carried with
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for which it was destined, accompanied by the magistrates
of the city, by music, and by crowds of people in solemn
and festive procession. This well-known anecdote has
lent a venerable charm to the picture, which is yet to be
seen in the Church of Santa Maria Novella; but it is
dificult in this advanced state of art to sympathise with
the naive enthusiasm it excited in the minds of a whole
people six hundred years ago. Though not without a
certain grandeur, the form is very stiff, with long lean
fingers and formal drapery, little varying from the Byzan-
tine models; but the infant Christ is better, the angels on
either side have a certain elegance and dignity, and the
colouring in its first freshness and delicacy had a charm
hitherto unknown. After this Cimabue became famous
in all Italy.”

Modern historians of the Italian Arts have combated
the right of Cimabue to enjoy the title which has been
awarded to him for centuries, of “Father of Modern
Painting,” and have enlarged on his haughty and disdain-
ful manner, his proud bearing and fiery temperament;
yet after all he possessed some of the most valuable
characteristics of a noble and generous mind. He inspired,
by his skill and enthusiasm, a hearty sympathy in the
popular mind for the art which he was restoring to its true
position, as a source of national instruction and high men-
tal gratification. He devoted himself with all the energy
of a powerful and well-regulated mind to attain to this
noble eminence, as the instructor of his people; and he
manifested at the same time that true characteristic of a
generous mind, the readiness to impart his knowledge to
others. He nobly paved the way for his own overthrow
in the triumph of his great pupil Giotto. Let it never
be forgot by those who labour to disparage his long-con-
ceded right to the title of “Father of Modern Painting,”
as he who first returned to nature for the true models of
art, that his claim to such is far more effectually esta-



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blished by his undisputed right to that of “ the Futher of
Modern Painters.”

Cimabue was born in the dawn of a great revival, and
he experienced the fate of the morning star, whose light
is eclipsed in the bright morning beams. Dante, the
friend of Giotto, exclaims, in his Vision of Purgatory :—

“OQ powers of men! how vain your glory, nipt
E’en in its height of verdure, if an age
Less bright succeed not. Cimabue thought
To lord it over painting’s field; and now
The cry is Giotto’s, and his name eclipsed.”

Nevertheless Cimabue enjoyed, while he lived, all the
honours and rewards that await upon worthy achievements.
Ife lived chiefly at Florence, but his fame extended
throughout the kingdoms of Italy, and he attained the
age of sixty, honoured as one of whom his country might
be proud. He died in his native city about the year
1302,—for the exact date has not been noted by his bio-
graphers,—and was borne in honourable procession to
the Church of Santa Maria del Fore, where he lies interred.
The following brief but pointed epitaph was inscribed on
his tomb, in proof of the high estimation that was awarded
to him—

‘“*Cimabue thought he held the mastery over the field of painting;
So did he, living ;—now he holds his place among the stars of heaven.”

The countenance of Cimabue, as represented in the por-
trait of him still preserved in the Church of Santa Maria
Novella at Florence, exhibits a noble and manly ex-
pression, though disfigured with the ridiculous monk’s
hood, which is so frequent an appendage to the likenesses
of the early poets and painters of Italy. The profile is
beautifully moulded, yet with a very marked expression
of thought, tinged in a slight degree with the aristocratic
hauteur which is ascribed to him. However the modern
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entines, bearing the Madonna of Cimabue in festive tri-
umph, amid music, and the shouts of the applauding popu-
lace, to the church whose altar it was destined to adorn,
there can be no question that Cimabue was one of the
foremost to give that impetus to Italian Art which finally
led on to such noble results. Bearing in view the noble
enthusiasm by which he was stimulated in early years,
and the generosity with which he imparted his acquire-
ments to others,—of which our next chapter presents a
more ample illustration,—it were hard indeed to rob him
of the fame he has so long enjoyed, because the impetus
he gave to the Arts was followed by a corresponding and
progressive triumph.

CHAPTER IL.
GIOTTO.

GIOVANNI Cimabue, the haughty descendant of the
nobles of Florence, strolling one day through the lovely
Campagna that stretches around his native city beneath
the lovely blue Italian sky, was attracted by the intent-
ness with which a young shepherd boy was poring over a
piece of slate which he held in his hand. The painter
drew near, and was surprised to find that the young pea-
sant was drawing, by means of a bit of pointed stone, a
picture of one of his flock, which grazed at a little dis-
tance. ‘The sketch was vigorous and correct, for Giotto,
the peasant-boy, had long amused himself, and beguiled
his tedious and half-idle hours, while tending his flocks
on the Campagua, by sketching figures and objects of any
kind that attracted his notice. Cimabue was astonished
and delighted at the performance of the untutored boy,
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and learn the art for which he showed so intuitive a capa-
city. We can fancy the delight with which the eager
yet bashful boy would seize on the proffered opportunity
of following out the delightful amusements of his idle
hours, and exchanging the shepherd’s crook for the pencil
and the palette of the painter. Giotto declared himself
well content to follow the generous stranger to the neigh-
bouring city, and become his pupil and assistant in the
noble art. The father of the boy, a humble herdsman of
the name of Rondone, who tended his flocks in the valley
of Vespignano, was appealed to by Cimabue, and gladly
consented that his son should follow him, and forsake the
flocks of the Campagna, which had served for his earliest
study.

The memory of this picturesque and interesting story
still lingers as a pleasing association with these broad
Itahan plains. Imagination pictures there the earnest
shepherd-boy, absorbed in his self-taught art, while his
flocks are spreading abroad to graze on the rich verdtre
that surrounds him. Rogers, in his delightful Italian
scenes, associates both the peasant Giotto and the noble
of Florence with the Campagna, as he exclaims—

“°Tis morning. Let us wander tirough the fields
Where Cimabue found a shepherd boy,
Tracing his idle fancies on the ground;

And let us from the top of Fiesole,

Whence Galileo’s glass by night observed
The phases of the moon, look round below

On Arno’s vale, where the dove-coloured steer
Is ploughing up and down among the vines,
While many a careless note is sung aloud,
Filling the air with sweetness—and on thee,
Beautiful FLORENCE.”

Here at least our obligations to Cimabue are unques-
tionable. Ifwe owe the less to him as an artist, we are the
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drew from poverty and obscurity the genius who has ex-
ercised so wide and enduring an influence on the Arts, and
with no niggard or jealous hand lavished on him all the
aid and instruction which it was his fortune to be able to
bestow. Honoured be the name of the noble Florentine,
who by his generosity linked his name with that of the
gifted peasant whose works and influence so far eclipsed
his own.

There is something peculiarly significant in the em-
ployment in which we find Giotto engaged while tending
his flocks. He was to restore to the Arts the grace and
beauty of nature, which had altogether disappeared from
the traditional forms of the Greek painters, and which
had obtained very slight aid from the bolder advances of
his master. We find him in the Campagna, with nature
for his model, not seeking to discover in his own untu-
tored fancy an inventive faculty that should supersede
the grace and beauty of nature, but turning to her, as the
true painter and the true poet will ever do, in her sim-
plest and most familiar forms.

Cimabue having undertaken the education of the
shepherd-boy, neglected no means to accomplish the
object he aimed at, of training him up as his successor in
the noble art. Giotto was not then fourtcen years of
age, and no doubt entirely destitute of all learning. To
this therefore his noble patron first directed his attention.
and placed him for instruction in the scholarship which
was then most in repute, under the care of Brunctty
Latini, the same teacher to whom the nobly-born Dante
was committed for the acquirement of those branches of
learning necessary to fit him for his destined duties as a
ieader and magistrate of Florence.

Very little information is preserved to us of the in-
tercourse between Cimabue and Giotto, in their mutual
relations of friend and pupil. There is every reason, how-
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satisfactory. Giotto was at the age of twenty-six when
he lost his friend and master. He was already celebrated
as a painter, and his society sought by the most influen-
tial men of his time. Doubtless, among the crowd of
friends and fellow-citizens that followed the noble Floren-
tine to his tomb in the Church of Santa Maria Novella,
where he had first been attracted by the labours of the
Greek decorators, none mourned his loss more deeply and
sincerely than the great artist who owed to his generous
patronage his introduction to learning and the Arts, and
to the society of the noble and honoured among the
citizens of Florence. Cimabue’s generosity doubtless
met an ample reward in the success of his pupil, but he
was otherwise repaid for his kindness. Mrs. Jamieson,
who has visited Italy, and examined the works of its
early painters with the zeal of an enthusiast, guided by
a sound discriminating taste, remarks:—“ When Giotto
lost his friend and master he was already an accomplished
man as well as a celebrated painter, and the influence of
his large original mind upon the later works of Cimabue
is distinctly to be traced.”

Giotto was speedily engaged on the most important
public works, and rapidly improved in grace and beauty
of expression. In many of his paintings he has intro-
duced the portraits of eminent contemporaries, and to
this practice, exhibited in one of his very earliest public
efforts, we owe the preservation of a singularly interesting
likeness of the great poet Dante in his youthful years,
while yet the bright visions of love and hope were
present in his mind, and he shared in the honours and the
duties of a noble citizen of Florence. “The first re-
corded performance of Giotto,” says the historian of the
early Italian painters, “was a painting on the wail of the
Palazzo della Podesta, or council-chamber of Florence,
in Which were introduced the portraits of Dante, Brunetto
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works as the first successful attempts at portraiture in
the history of modern Art. They were soon afterwards
plastered or whitewashed over during the triumph of the
enemies of Dante; and for ages, though known to exist,
they were lost and buried from sight. The hope of
recovering these most interesting portraits had long been
entertained, and various attempts had been made at dif-
ferent times without success, till at length, as late as
1840, they were brought to light by the perseverance
and enthusiasm of Mr. Bezzi, an Italian gentleman, now
residing in England. On comparing the head of Dante,
painted when he was about thirty, prosperous and distin-
guished in his native city, with the later portraits of him
when an exile, worn, wasted, embittered by misfortune
and disappointment and wounded pride, the difference of
expression is as touching as the identity in feature is
indubitable.

The attention which in his childhood Giotto seems to
have given to all natural forms and appearances, showed
itself in his earlier pictures; he was the first to whom it
occurred to group his personages into something like a
situation, and to give to their attitudes and features the
expression adapted to it: thus, in a very early picture of
the Annunciation he gave to the Virgin a look of fear:
and in another, painted some time afterwards, of the
Presentation in the Temple, he made the Infant Christ
shrink from the priest, and turning, extend his little arms
to his mother—the first attempt at that species of grace
and naiveté of expression afterwards carried to perfection
by Raffaelle. These and other works painted in his
native city so astonished his fellow-citizens, and all who
beheld them, by their beauty and novelty, that they seem
to have wanted adequate words in which to express the
excess of their delight and admiration, and insisted that
the figures of Giotto so completely beguiled the sense
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emogium, the author justly adds, merited only by the most
common-place and mechanical painters. Nevertheless it
must be regarded as the honest though ill-expressed
language of admiration which his performances elicited
from his fellow-countrymen.

The fame of Giotto soon spread through Italy, and the
Ligh character of his works exercised its influence on the
taste of the age. The reputation of his marvellous skill
extended to the court of Rome, and a messenger was
despached by the Pope to invite him there. The papal
throne was at this time occupied by the haughty and
turbulent Benedetto Gaetani, who succeeded Celestine V.
in 1294, and assumed the title of Boniface VUI. The
history of this early patron of the Arts abounds with
some of the most remarkable of those strange and fright-
ful manifestations of vice and unrestrained ambition
which so frequently mark the history of that succession
of priestly rulers who claim their office as the heirs of
St. Peter. Celestine had only held that coveted summit
of earthly grandeur and power for a few months, when he
was persuaded by the Cardinal Gaetani to abdicate,
on the ground of incapacity. No sooner had Gaetani
stepped into the throne of his wretched dupe than he
committed him a prisoner to the Castle of Fumone, where
he died shortly afterwards, as was generally believed, of
famine. Boniface was one of the most haughty asserters
of the supremacy of the Pope over all kings and nations,
no less in temporal than in spiritual affairs. He was the
first to grant those plenary indulgences as the reward of a
pilgrimage to Rome, which had previously been reserved
as the exclusive prize of those who perilled their lives
for the recovery of the Holy Sepulchre from the Infidels;
and by this means he brought vast sums of money into
the Roman treasury. Boniface, however, soon involved
himself in a contest that demanded all the wealth of the
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a winion for whom he had created a bishopric within that
kingdom, without the French King’s consent,— behaved
with such insolence to the French monarch, Philip le Bel,
that he commanded his arrest. Upon this Boniface ex-
communicated the King, placed his kingdom under inter-
dict, and wrote to Albert of Austria, declaring him King
by right of his supreme authority, and inviting him to
make war against France. Philip assembled the states of
the kingdom, and laid before them a series of charges
against his haughty opponent; accusing him of simony,
heresy, licentiousness, and sorcery; and appealing against
him to a general council. Such was Pope Boniface VIIL.,
whose messenger arrived at Florence to invite the rising
artist, Giotto, to visit his Holiness at Rome.

A curious anecdote is related of the first interview
between Giotto and the messenger of the Pope. The
latter was apparently as fully impressed with the great-
ness and condescension of his Holiness, and of the im-
portance of his messenger, as the French Legate, whose
haughtiness involved his master in a struggle that only
ended with his life. It no doubt appeared to him an act
of favour on the part of the Pope requiring the posses-
sion of very peculiar and rare gifts in Giotto to account
for it; and he accordingly demanded that the artist
should produce in his presence some evidence of his skill
that would satisfy him he was the person whom the Pope
desired to see. Gictto immediately produced a piece of
paper, and with a single sweep of his pencil produced a
circle so perfect “that it appeared a miracle to behold.”
The anecdote must be regarded as furnishing no less
conclusive evidence of the simplicity of the age, and
the very slight advances that the predecessors of Giotto
had made in the Arts, than of the skill and freedom with
which Giotto could handle his pencil. Nevertheless, it
was at once accepted by the messenger of Pope Boniface
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the story has passed into a familiar Italian proverb: —
“Rounder than the O of Giotto,” meaning thereby an
impossibility.

Whatever may have been the inferences deduced from
this feat of Giotto’s pencil, he proceeded forthwith to
Rome, and produced there incontrovertible evidence of
his high genius. He was employed to decorate the
ancient Basilica of St. Peter’s—the Cathedral Church
which was demolished to make way for the gorgeous
edifice whose dome now towers high above the churches
and palaces of the Roman capital. It must be borne in
remembrance that at that early period the art of painting
in oil was altogether unknown. Pictures were then
(requently painted in fresco, an art derived from the
practice of the ancient Greeks, in which carefully selected
colours were laid on the wet plaster with no other vehicle
than water, and, hardening along with the plaster, they be-
came thoroughly incorporated with it, so as to be destruc-
tible only with the wall on which they were traced. By
another process, styled by the Italians a tempera, and which
is known in England by the name of distemper painting,
the colours were mixed with water, thickened with the
white of egg, or the juice derived from the young shoots
of the fig-tree. The surface in this case was generally
well-seasoned board; and by this means all the moveable
pictures of the early Italian artists were executed, for
nearly two centuries. Another process, however, by
which extensive works for decorating the walls and ceil-
ings of churches and large public buildings were executed,
was Mosaic, where the colouring is produced by means of
numerous small pieces of pebble, coloured glass, or mar-
bles, producing an effect somewhat similar to tapestry or
ladies’ worsted work. It was by means of the latter
process that Giotto executed his celebrated picture of the
Navicella, or ship; an allegorical design intended to
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the dangers and vicissitudes with which its course is
beset, and rejoicing in the triumphs that it achieves.
Since the days of Giotto, the venerable Basilica, or old
Church, has disappeared, or been buried beneath the
mighty fabrie of St. Peter’s, which took more than a
century to complete, and employed in its progress some
of the greatest Geniuses that have adorned the revival of
the Arts. It engaged the genius and tasked the resources
of Bramante, San Gallo, Raphael, Peruzzi, Michael An-
gelo and his pupil, Barozzi; with others of great though
inferior note. It taxed no less the energies of the bold
and unscrupulous pontiffs, Julius II., Leo X., and Paul
III.,—names memorable in the history of the REForMA-
TION, no less than in that of the revival of Art. When
we consider that it was to secure the treasures required
to rear this gorgeous fabric, that Tetzel was sent forth on
his scandalous mission for the sale of indulgences; and
that it was to stay such unhallowed imposture that
Luther’s voice was first heard, and his first journey
undertaken to Rome; we learn to look on the magnificent
and matchless fabric of St. Peter’s as a monument of
that mighty movement by which the papal usurpation
was shorn of its most cherished assumptions. To return,
however, to our more legitimate theme:—The old Basi-
lica, a large structure, measuring above 300 feet in length,
has been swept away, all but a small portion that is
preserved as a subterraneous vault under the pavement of
the modern building. Nevertheless, the singular allegory
wrought by Giotto at the close of the thirteenth century,
still remains. It is now in the vestibule of the modern
Cathedral, an object of singular interest to every student
of the history of the Arts, and of their revival in modern
Europe. A ship is seen, tossed on a tempestuous sea.
The winds which rage around the beleaguered vessel
are personified as demons, characterized by the utmost
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expression. The vessel is freighted with the Apostles,
the Fathers of the New Testament Church, while over
head are seen the Patriarchs and Prophets who heralded
and longed for the coming of the Kingdom of Christ.
Foremost of all, on the right side of the picture, Christ
appears walking on the sea, and stretching forth his hand
to rescue the Apostle Peter, who sinks faithless, affrighted
at the winds and waves.

Such was the teaching vouchsafed to the ardent Italians
at that early period, by the great reviver of the Arts.
The allegory is a noble one. The lesson it might be
expected to teach is altogether such as we would wish
still to communicate to the gay triflers who luxuriate in
that sunny clime beneath Italy’s soft blue skies; but the
Arts, though a refining and ennobling study, never have
proved very effective moral teachers, for all that sanguine
enthusiasts seek to prove. The Navicella of Giotto, the
ship of the Church, has been watched with interest by
thousands, generation after generation; but few, if any,
have ever thought while gazing on it, of the strange con-
trast between that tempest-tossed barque with the trem-
bling disciples, and the fainting Peter reaching forth for
safety to the Saviour’s hand; and the vast hierarchy, with
its haughty pontiff, its luxurious cardinals and_ bishops,
and all the attendants of unrestrained ambition and shame-
less license, claiming to be that Church which Christ sent
forth as the world’s ark to breast the tempests of ages.

We shall see, however, in the further history of the
Arts, the same curious question returning, as to their
power and influence as instruments for the moral teaching
of the nations.

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CHAPTER IT.
SYMBOLISM.

WE have already alluded to the painting of the Greek
artists during the first ages of Christianity; but the
origin of the early Christian painting and of the peculiar
models of Byzantine Art which exercised go great an
influence on its revivers in Italy, is a subject possessing
very high interest for us. We find in its history, indeed,
a very striking index of the changing phases of the
Church, and of the motives that actuated its teachers in
the gradual development of that system that had attained
to a definite and established formula before the Arts again
appeared, in the fourteenth century, pregnant with as
intense vitality as that which possessed the genius of
Greek Art in the age of Pericles. |

There can be no question that the models of ancient
Art, the magnificent works of the great sculptors of
Greece, exercised a very great and beneficial influence
on the progress of the Arts, when they revived in Europe,
towards the close of the thirteenth century; nevertheless,
it must be borne in remembrance that Christian Art, as it
has been styled, originated in an entirely different source,
beginning at the rudiments, and progressing altogether
independent of these ancient models, until the period
referred to. Frequent allusion has been made to the
Greek artists as the earliest Italian painters, and the first
instructors of Cimabue; but these must not be confounded
with the descendants of Zeuxis or Apelles. They were
chiefly the monkish limners and illuminators, who found
protection and encouragement at the luxurious court of
Constantinople, long after incessant wars and famine had
driven them from the distracted kingdom of Italy. The



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early Christians, when they began to employ the Arts in
the decoration of their churches, were strangely divided
between their desire for appropriate adornment and their
dread of any thing that should seem to sanction the
idolatrous erection of images in the heathen temples.
The interpretation of the second commandment was as
rigidly exclusive of all making of images among the early
Christians, as it ever had been among the Jews; and
many of the fathers, as Tertullian, in his discourse “De
Idololatria,” inveigh against artists as the practisers of an
mfamous occupation, and write of them very much in the
style in which stage-players have been regarded by the
tomish Church in a later age. It is a curious fact that it
is only by a decree of the present Pope, that the latter
class are permitted to be buried in consecrated. ground.
Even after the Fine Arts had been partially admitted
as a fit means for decorating places of worship, decrees of
councils were again and again passed against representa-
tions of our Saviour; and the earliest authorities on the
subject expressly condemn all imitative art as an approach
to heathen idolatry. They were accordingly confined to
those mystic emblems which form a subsidiary feature in
the later decorations of Christian architecture, and which
the superstitious veneration of some modern theologians
for what they regard as Primitive Christianity has led
them to aim at reviving. These sacred symbols, which
were at first few and simple, gradually increased with the
natural demand for variety and increasing power in this
novel language of instruction. The moncgram of Christ,
variously written, was one of the earliest. To this was
added the cross, signifying Redemption; the fish, Baptism;
the lamb, our Saviour; the dove, the Holy Spirit; the
serpent or dragon, Sin; the ship, the Church; and many
others derived from the same source; as the cock, the
palm, the vine-branch, the anchor, the spear and nails,
the cup, &e. This was in fact to create a new language



84 GENIUS AND THE FINE ARTS.

by which to communicate ideas to the people; but, as
might have been expected, it speedily proved too strait-
ened for their demands, and the Church was content to
condemn the idolatry, while it made use of the means it
had formerly denounced as directly leading to it. “'T he
great change,” says R. N. Wornum, in his History of
Painting, “respecting the toleration of images which took
place in the third and fourth centuries was doubtless
owing to the rapidly increasing stability of Christianity ;
it could afford to be tolerant: the result however justified
the fears of the early dignitaries of the Church, and for
many centuries the principal ecclesiastics protested against
the growing abuse of images, pictorial as well as plastic.
The Gnostics appear to have been the first who had
recourse to their use. The churches were painted to a
considerable extent, probably as early as the beginning of
the fourth century. The first notice of this use of paint-
ing occurs in a canon of the Council held at Tliberis
(Granada) in Spain about 305 a. D., which decreed that
there should be no images in the churches, and that that
which was revered and adored should not be painted on
the walls—a Canon which has since been explained as
referring only to the Trinity, and not to saints or martyrs,
as these were not adored.

Towards the close of the fourth century images appear
to have increased; an interesting letter of Epiphanius,
Bishop of Salamis, to John, Bishop of Jerusalem, is pre-
served by St. Jerome, and in it the following remarkable
passage occurs :—‘On my journey through Anablata, a
village in Palestine, I found a curtain at the door of the
church, on which was painted a figure of Christ or some
saint, I forget which. As I saw that it was the image of
a man, which is against the command of the Scriptures,
I tore it down, and gave it to the church authorities, with
the advice to use it as a winding sheet for the next poor
person who might have occasion for one, and bury it’



SYMBOLISM. 85

Many other notices however occur in the Greek and
Latin writers of the fourth century which show that the
dread of a restoration of Paganism through the influence
of images had very generally ceased; and in some in-
stances the painters are even exhorted to celebrate the
glories of the martyrs with their colours.

Paulinus, Bishop of Nola, introduced paintings into two
churches dedicated to St. Felix, which he built at Nola
and at Fondi at the close of this century; and these paint-
ings were probably among the earliest decorationsof their
class in Italy. The reason given by the Bishop for these
decorations is remarkable and highly creditable to him.
Drunkenness appears to have been a common vice of that
period; and the annual celebration of the festivals of the
saints, by bringing many illiterate people together, was
the immediate cause of many gross excesses and debauch-
ery. To mitigate this disgraceful state, Paulinus had
recourse to the decoration of the churches with Bible
stories and illustrations of the lives of the martyrs, trust-
ing by this means to elevate the feeling of the populace,
and to draw them from their gross sensuality to the
contemplation of a higher state, and to a more worthy
expenditure of their leisure hours. It was a noble effort
at popular education by the best means probably in his
power; but his success was doubtless little commensurate
with his intentions.

Throughout the fifth century it became a gradually
more prevalent custom to decorate the churches erected
in honour of the saints with illustrations of their martyr-
doms, in colours and in Mosaics; the latter style became
eventually preferred as more durable, and being more
costly, it was a greater evidence of devotion—not to the
saint, but to the cause in which he suffered.

Sixtus ITI., and Leo the Great or St. Leo, are con-
spicuous among the first who carried this mode of decora-
tion to a magnificent degree: the great apsis of the choir



86 GENIUS AND THE FINE ARTS.

of the Church of St. Paul, outside the walls of Rome, is
still adorned with the Mosaics executed by the order of
Leo: similar works were executed for Hilarius in the
Church of St. John on the Lateran, and Simplicius
decorated that of Santa Maria Maggiore at Rome. The
example of these Popes was followed by the Emperor
Maximian at Ravenna; the Mosaics executed by his
orders in the Church of St. Stephen still exist.

All these works, as well as many others that have
perished, were executed in the fifth century ; from which
it is evident that at this time it was a general practice to
decorate the churches with pictures and statues; and the
artists of the period must have been considerably nume-
rous, though wholly unknown at present. The grosser
form of Christian idolatry commenced from this period ;
a populace unable to read, and obsessed by a superstition
commensurate with its ignorance, was not likely to appre-
ciate exactly the nature or purport of these images which
their bishops had set up; and instead of examples of
fortitude and incentives to a higher intellectuality, they
were looked upon as holy images and mediators, and,
from mere moral records or spiritual symbols, were con-
verted into material saints, and became the objects of
gross idolatry. What earlier prelates had foreseen and
warned against in vain, was in vain resisted by contem-
porary dignitaries of the Church; and notwithstanding
several edicts of Councils against the adoration of images,
their use gradually prevailed, and, surviving all the
efforts of the Iconoclasts in the eighth and ninth centuries,
finally triumphed throughout the whole of Christendom,
both in the western and in the eastern empire.”

The progressive movement of the Church, however,
from the mere hieroglyphic symbols to the actual ad-
mission of pictorial representations of our Saviour, the
Virgin, &e., was not the abandonment of the one for the



SYMBOLISM, &7

other, but only the extension of the former, and the
adoption of more intelligible symbols.

The Saviour and the Virgin and Child were only more
comprehensive emblems of redemption; the Blessed Vir-
gin, as the Queen of Heaven, was undoubtedly at first
intended as typical of RELIGION; and we find them very
early having recourse to the classic fables, and adopting
Orpheus, Apollo, Pluto, &c., to express corresponding
ideas in the Scripture narrative, or in the legends of the
Church

From this hasty review of the early stages of Christian.
Art, the reader will be better able to understand the
choice of subject adopted by Giotto for his first great
work in the Basilica of St. Peter’s. The ship, we have
seen, was early adopted as an emblem of the Church,
being, in fact, only another use of one of the types of
Old Testament history. If we are to regard the great
Italian painter, like his contemporary and friend Dante,
as a teacher of the people by means of his art, we must
Jook upon the picture of the Navicella, as a sermon
written up before them from the story of the deluge,
wherein they are warned of the mighty waste of waters
that covers the heathen world, from whence there is no
safety but in the ark of Christ’s Church. Demons, even
temptations, vices, and horrible lusts, assail it on every
side; it is in the midst of a dark and howling tempest
that threatens to overwhelm it. Nevertheless, its guides
are the apostles and martyrs of the Church; its crew are
the true believers; and such is the beneficence and
power of its Captain, Christ, that even amid that dread
abyss of waters,—the chaos of sin which the unregenerate
world presents around it,—the disciple may venture forth
to walk to Jesus, who stretches out his hand to save
him from perishing. Such is the sermon that Giotto’s
Mosaic was meant by him to express: but, alas! the



88 GENIUS AND THE FINE ARTS.

Church he pointed to was no ark of safety, and the tem-
pest then gathering amid such thick darkness that few
indeed saw the True Ark, amid that waste of waters.

So peculiar and enduring has been the influence of this
symbolic origin of Christian Art, that it has established a
fixed form of countenance for Christ and the chief apostles,
and has even been followed so closely as in many cases
to adhere to the assigned colours of their robes. Various
singular traditions are related by some of the early fathers
to give authority to some of these practices. Previous
to the final adoption of this standard, some singular dis-
cussions took place among the divines of the early church
relative to it. The prophetic language of Isaiah was made
the basis of more than one view of the subject; and a
very important controversy, so faras the Arts are con-
cerned, was originated by St. Cyril, from the prophet’s
description of the Messiah:—“ He shall grow up as a
tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground; he hath
no form nor comeliness; and when we shall see him, there
is no beauty that we should desire him.” This, it was
insisted, was what the painter must realize, and conse-
quently the Saviour must be represented altogether de-
void of beauty, and in the most unattractive form. The
language of Art, however, is so opposed to this idea, that
had such a conception been insisted upon, it must have
led to the abandonment of such representations altogether.
The Pope Adrian I., and many of the fathers of that early
age, refused to trammel the Arts by so literal an interpre-
tation of the language of prophecy, and thenceforth the
artist was encouraged to aim at the most exalted imper-
sonation of manly beauty. Another passage from the
same prophet however gave form to the symbolic charac-
ter in which Christ was at first chiefly represented :—
“ He shall feed his flock like a shepherd, he shall gather
the lambs with his arms, and carry them in his bosom,
and shall gently lead those that are with young.” As-



SYMBOLISM. 89

suming this as the guiding thought, our Saviour appears
in nearly all the earliest paintings in the character of a
shepherd. |

Most of our readers are no doubt familiar with a spurious
letter pretending to be written by Lentulus, a Roman
officer in Judza, to the Roman Senate, giving an account
of Christ, and a minute description of his personal ap-
pearance. The letter is obviously a monkish forgery of
the most barefaced description. It does not appear to
have been known earlier than the eleventh century, and
may be considered rather as embodying a description of
the style of expression adopted by the artists before that
time, than as having given the law to later painters.
However this may be, it corresponds to the early portraits
of Christ, and to that style of expression which has ever
since been adhered to. He is there described as—“ A
man of stately figure, dignified in appearance, with a coun-
tenance inspiring veneration, and which those who look
upon it may love as well as fear. His hair, rather dark
and glossy, falls down in curls below his shoulders, and is
parted in the middle after the manner of the Nazarenes.
The forehead is smooth and remarkably serene; the face
without line or spot, and agreeably ruddy. ‘The nose and
mouth are faultless; the beard is thick and reddish, of the
colour of the hair, not long, but di,ided; the eyes bright,
and of a varied colour.”

But far more ingenious are some of the superstitioug
inventions which this spirit of religious embodyment of
the church’s dogmas by means of pictorial art gave rise to.
One story affirmed that on that eventful day when the
ancient ceremonial law was about to be abrogated by the
sacrifice of Him whom all previous sacrifices had fore-
shadowed as types or emblems, a strange miracle was
wrought by our Saviour to perpetuate the remembrance
of his humanity. As he toiled along the steep path that
led to the rock of Calvary where all was to be finished,



90 GENIUS AND THE FINE ARTS.

one of the women who followed him, weeping over his
sufferings, presented to him a handkerchief with which
to wipe the great drops of sweat from his face; and on
receiving it back again, it was found to bear an exact pic-
ture of the Saviour’s face! Such was the monkish legend,
and in proof of it, they professed to produce the identical
cloth with the divine countenance thus miraculously im-
pressed upon it. It is hardly to be wondered at that so
marvellous a legend should have been received with
eredulous admiration by the ignorant and superstitious
worshippers of the middle ages, and accordingly the gross
idolatry to which it gave rise excited the indignation of
some of the early councils of the Church. Nearly akin
to this is another tradition, which is thus related in the
History of Painting:—“ Abgarus, King of Edessa, in
Mesopotamia, who was confined from sickness, from
which the treatment of his physicians gave him no relief,
having heard of the miracles performed by Christ in
Judzea, sent a messenger to him to invite him to come
to Edessa to cure him of his complaint. This messen-
ger was a certain Ananias, who was a painter, and Ab-
garus had ordered him that, if he could not persuade
Christ to come to him, he was at least to bring his por-
trait. Ananias delivered his letter, and on account of
the crowd around him retired to an eminence close by,
and there attempted to make a drawing of his face.
This, either owing to Christ’s repeated movements, or, as
Damascenus says, the refulgence of his countenance, he
found it impossible to do. Christ himself, however, ac-
complished his purpose for him: having called for water
to wash his face with, he wiped it with a linen cloth,
which he gave, with an answer for Abgarus, to Ananias,
who found Christ’s likeness imprinted on it. Abgarus,
as he had anticipated, was cured by the touch of this
portrait, and it became afterwards an object of universal
veneration at Iidessa, until it was removed to Constan-



THE WORKS OF GIOTTO. Q]

timople by Nicephorus Phocas, in the second year of his
reign, A.D. 964. It was subsequently carried to Rome,
where it is still preserved in the church of San Silvestro
in Capite.”’ |

Such are some of the strange superstitions which no
doubt exercised an influence on the Arts, and helped to
determine the form of expression since adhered to. But
the Byzantine painters were no less conventional in form
than in feature; wandering in this respect wide apart from
nature, and thereby rendering the revival of Art the more
remarkable in the hands of such eminent geniuses as
Giotto, who adhered to the time-honoured forms and
expression of these rude and lifeless draftsmen, and yet
infused into them life and spirit, and expanded the type
of the Divine Countenance, and of the apostles’ features,
into that sweet grace and beauty which has led him to be
compared with the great Raphael, his pre-eminent suc- —
cessor in the same glorious art.

CHAPTER IV.
THE WORKS OF GIOTTO.

GIOTTO had now attained the highest reputation as an
artist, and had called into being a lively sympathy for the
Arts, by means of his own creative genius. He executed
other important works for Pope Boniface, one of which,
the Institution of the Jubilee of 1300, still remains on
the Lateran at Rome. From thence Giotto proceeded to
Padua, where he engaged in new and extensive works,
many of which still remain, and are described by those
who have examined them, as wonderful for the variety
and the inventive genius displayed in them. At Padua
Giotto met with his friend Dante and to his fertile fancy



92 GENIUS AND THE FINE ARTS.

it has been supposed by some that Giotto was indebted
for some of the suggestions he has embodied with so
much vigour. It is probably hardly necessary to adopt
such an idea, as the great painter was undoubtedly well
able to conceive, as well as to execute, the works that still
remain as evidence of the great vigour and masterly
power of his pencil. Nevertheless, it is an interesting
idea to conceive of the great Italian poet, for ever ban-
ished from his “ beautiful Florence,” communing with the
Florentine painter, and discussing with him the treatment
of those vigorous pictures that still adorn the crypt of
the Chapel of Arena at Padua. The name of Giotto
will ever be pleasingly associated with that of the great
Italian poet, as he who has preserved to us a living
memorial of him in those young and happy years, while
yet hope and love mingled with his ambition, and he
shared in the honours and the sympathy of his fellow-
countrymen.

Giotto’s fame now led his aid to be courted for the de-
coration of every important public edifice in Italy, nor
must we forget, while thus describing his triumphant
progress as a painter, that he excelled in other arts no
less. ‘The taste of the Italian architects early led them
to separate the belfry from the body of the church, so as
to admit of its receiving any amount of ornament, and
being raised to any degree of elevation, without being
greatly subjected to the proportions of the building of
which it forms an appendage. The consequence of
this happy practice has been the erection of numerous
Campanili, or bell-towers, throughout Italy, many of
them of great elevation, and singular beauty. Foremost
among all these Campanili, is the magnificent tower de-
signed by Giotto for the Cathedral of Florence. It is
universally pronounced by far the most elegant bell-tower
in Italy, though not so lofty as that of Cremona. It is
267 feet high, and was constructed by Giotto in 1324.



THE WORKS OF GLOTTO. 93

The plan is a perfect square, forty-five feet on each side.
Externally it is divided into five compartments or stories,
each of them differing entirely from the others; and in-
ternally there are six floors, each of which is vaulted with
stone. The style is an Italianized Gothic, bearing con-
siderable resemblance in its details to that which was
adcpted by Sir Christopher Wren in the west towers of
Westminster Abbey and elsewhere. Though in this re-
spect it is a work of art open to the criticism of those
Who insist on a rigid adherence to the established examples
of early architecture, it nevertheless fully merits all the
encomiums it has received as a work of singular grace
and beauty. Giotto, it is said, designed an elegant spire,
eighty-five feet in height, which was intended to surmount
the tower. It is now finished, with a nearly flat roof,
which is not seen from below.

The following interesting account from Mrs. Jamieson’s
Memoirs of the Early Italian Painters contains a sketch
of the latter years of his life, including some curious de-
tails we have not met with elsewhere: — By the time
Giotto had attained his thirtieth year, he had reached
such hitherto unknown excellence in Art, and his cele-
brity was so universal, that every city and every petty
sovereign in Italy contended for the honour of his pre-
sence and his pencil, and tempted him with the promise
of rich rewards. For the lords of Arezzo, of Rimini, and
Ravenna, and for the Duke of Milan, he executed many
works, now almost wholly perished. Castruccio Castri-
cam, the warlike tyrant of Lucea, also employed him;
but how Giotto was induced to listen to the offers of this
enemy of his country is not explained. Perhaps Cas-
truccio, as the head of the Ghibelline party, in which
Giotto had apparently enrolled himself, appeared in the
light of a friend rather than an enemy: however this may
be, a picture which Giotto painted for Castruccio, and in
which he introduced the portrait of the tyrant, with a



O4 GENIUS AND THE FINE ARTS.

falcon on his fist, is still preserved in the Lyceum at
Lucca. For Guido da Polente, the father of that hapless
Francesca di Rimini, whose story is so beautifully told
by Dante, he painted the interior of a church; and for
Malatesta di Rimini, (who was father of Francesca’s hus-
band,) he painted the portrait of that prince in a bark,
with his companions and a company of mariners; and
among them, Vasari tells us, was the figure of a sailor,
who, turning round with his hand before his face, is in the
act of spitting in the sea, so life-like as to strike the be-
holders with amazement. This has perished; but the figure
of the thirsty man stooping to drink, in one of the fres-
coes at Assisi, still remains, to show the kind of excellence
through which Giotto excited such admiration in his con-
temporaries;—a power of imitation, a truth in the expres-
sion of natural actions and feelings, to which painting had
never yet ascended or descended. This leaning to the
actual and the real has been made a subject of reproach,
to which we shall hereafter refer.

It is said, but this does not rest on very satisfactory
evidence, that Giotto also visited Avignon, in the train
of Pope Clement V., and painted there the portraits of
Petrarch and Laura.

About the year 1327, King Robert of Naples, the
father of Queen Joanna, wrote to his son the Duke of
Calabria, then at Florence, to send to him, on any terms,
the famous painter Giotto, who accordingly travelled to
the court of Naples, stopping on his way in several cities,
where he left specimens of his skill. He also visited
Orvieto for the purpose of viewing the sculpture with
which the brothers Agostino and Agnolo were decorating
the cathedral, and not only bestowed on it high commen-
dation, but obtained for the artists the praise and patron-
age they merited. There is at Gaeta a Crucifixion painted
by Giotto, either on his way to Naples or on his return,
i which he introduced himself kneeling in an attitude of



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'2011-06-30T18:29:29-04:00'
virus check
'7546' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1005' 'sip-files00009.pro'
4bb8a2378f1151491179bd5244026bb7
489cde07e022126193ee705cffd782d8210afc89
'2011-06-30T18:46:48-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:08-04:00'
virus check
'13173' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1006' 'sip-files00011.pro'
2d8815b5fe67558c74eabd97003b9c0c
dab890d078c03c8bf7287ad7e48afad4bf91d560
'2011-06-30T18:37:23-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:13-04:00'
virus check
'213' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1007' 'sip-files00012.pro'
5b05e24a9dbbda49e71fdfc53408cdfb
985f43c6934da6efc9a8e2af4b17f65b43886a96
'2011-06-30T18:43:16-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:36-04:00'
virus check
'30986' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1008' 'sip-files00013.pro'
826648dbabf358c154aa73542b2e59a1
c88044ef52ba75f262009658b891cf86bcdee854
'2011-06-30T18:40:10-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:19-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1009' 'sip-files00014.pro'
902ff20074dc0c3aa20da910ffd62096
84abf006dc5b52507c42bdcd5d840a4e7d23af9d
'2011-06-30T18:51:14-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:58-04:00'
virus check
'148215' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile101' 'sip-files00107.jpg'
e60af34b93989b51e286fbaaff1337b8
cd78a27c10776746e623fc6bc5401b5786cdc637
'2011-06-30T18:32:39-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:37-04:00'
virus check
'29997' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1010' 'sip-files00015.pro'
e901a5da0c9deeedffa0140ed4ad657d
6833e10d390ab36e86e3868ecfe2bfd86d877e85
'2011-06-30T18:37:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'15963' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1011' 'sip-files00016.pro'
e1bf90de64e8775fc32a1676aeb7b578
64fae2f17d8517108650ce4d9cc32484d02c071c
'2011-06-30T18:40:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:25-04:00'
virus check
'33555' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1012' 'sip-files00017.pro'
f39828f92fcbbd04c82dd28ec3d665c0
f30eabda5bfa9b43a9b2494feac8632ec8fd681a
'2011-06-30T18:40:51-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:32-04:00'
virus check
'56286' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1013' 'sip-files00018.pro'
f5845ed3bb017ea13bbde544c011b667
1ddf4794307a405ce55fa143793b3e56a5b33c5f
'2011-06-30T18:36:55-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:01-04:00'
virus check
'53415' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1014' 'sip-files00019.pro'
7a453669b8fdf5282709d5d3775164d4
c1eb87116cc79586349c09b241e2d14ba5e38734
'2011-06-30T18:43:31-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:42-04:00'
virus check
'54366' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1015' 'sip-files00020.pro'
0a8caeeb11bc8e9b53910303514a90f1
6a12055215c180f99d6a50986545cfac6901eb90
'2011-06-30T18:37:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:08-04:00'
virus check
'55492' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1016' 'sip-files00021.pro'
195177f31b1cbc8c3a1b224c132a539d
2565c686991431b4804c3d4bef925de20da7c58f
'2011-06-30T18:36:40-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:56-04:00'
virus check
'55183' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1017' 'sip-files00022.pro'
7d162c6980af2268bf85c8c141d67887
341925962547590f334ef9d7fc1799bbd1b7effb
'2011-06-30T18:39:45-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:09-04:00'
virus check
'55569' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1018' 'sip-files00023.pro'
aecc66b5d26c8e6584dfde8310f33357
b4acda37b5fda5afbce9a21f11aacba5247abbb9
'2011-06-30T18:33:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:04-04:00'
virus check
'54341' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1019' 'sip-files00024.pro'
6ab6c6570c3a591b9ee454aaa83e0158
03f4d9d82bd5e9d3a7230b5593b67977ec7fec07
'2011-06-30T18:49:27-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:10-04:00'
virus check
'157081' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile102' 'sip-files00108.jpg'
220d01da327c84e21b758abcda0f5cf5
e4e47730cb84b9e2f900773f76e000fe35914b27
'2011-06-30T18:39:48-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:10-04:00'
virus check
'56518' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1020' 'sip-files00025.pro'
3c8816b4d394110c93efd417979b8fa0
fad8e0b9130d803d854fff8e9a6c40d84261358e
'2011-06-30T18:51:54-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:17-04:00'
virus check
'44773' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1021' 'sip-files00026.pro'
8c1c25a2c38a020bdd8b00526b7c9529
4dbb8cfb23e91ffaecbd5c427872e236c6bc824a
'2011-06-30T18:45:16-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:25-04:00'
virus check
'53674' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1022' 'sip-files00027.pro'
eca36541d4462e6e3bf86068dac30090
ba2d1dde11bc701f8bf1eb7bd64f769c436c69bf
'2011-06-30T18:48:32-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:45-04:00'
virus check
'55403' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1023' 'sip-files00028.pro'
08113e0bfe16ac31800011b585e19944
362148d506d270b3c2ecb69aef9513314005609b
'2011-06-30T18:37:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:14-04:00'
virus check
'50413' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1024' 'sip-files00029.pro'
974169cc5ec585e9354af3188aa2acd7
615a44f4067b97bdeef33cf775e6b1b97b264d63
'2011-06-30T18:40:48-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:31-04:00'
virus check
'51176' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1025' 'sip-files00030.pro'
799fecd2bd7b6587e0f20c96b47adcef
852bd3182e67e58a477f62e68d24574d1e9f7e17
'2011-06-30T18:40:58-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:36-04:00'
virus check
'44456' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1026' 'sip-files00031.pro'
e1cdee2ed78af65842d85df34560e74a
1d09c232ebbdb4a2a4595679e3a8495e0ec1a192
'2011-06-30T18:45:34-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:41-04:00'
virus check
'55499' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1027' 'sip-files00032.pro'
32dacf18a6b126968dd75cefd845457a
d8d08e0f73a94c81bc5bc2cd599f1387b2de6ff3
'2011-06-30T18:40:22-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:24-04:00'
virus check
'5146' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1028' 'sip-files00033.pro'
4b7619300f769c7585240cad8098fc9a
5bf3c9d9bec358955bbcf732675734c9554d8a5a
'2011-06-30T18:39:24-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:01-04:00'
virus check
'54863' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1029' 'sip-files00035.pro'
a71a17e997d5cad31fad3e54ee161b3d
8e62dad09cc9c607129775dbcc2597565f1b65ad
'2011-06-30T18:37:08-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:10-04:00'
virus check
'123673' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile103' 'sip-files00109.jpg'
6128f2665fcdf74f6697a92a29bb57c4
92b126d3190ba54a0294f6953c48c3776ea17e13
'2011-06-30T18:49:39-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:16-04:00'
virus check
'55472' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1030' 'sip-files00036.pro'
5ce69838bd45580d72a21d2f620d0d4e
3bfa6de9258c704fbbd4fbf719f6c02ed90a01f7
'2011-06-30T18:31:46-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:15-04:00'
virus check
'54883' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1031' 'sip-files00037.pro'
6e20a4515e455ed396446f30fbe217b8
33138f6f05c297f7bf1466b722a0d7e64f30e6e6
'2011-06-30T18:45:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:22-04:00'
virus check
'54960' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1032' 'sip-files00038.pro'
b856ddeb1c8bfc7b903ea998a71ff7da
c18d2a5bdb94eb600c13c3ce0b52d611aa25e50f
'2011-06-30T18:43:35-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:44-04:00'
virus check
'1094' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1033' 'sip-files00039.pro'
c83ab973c2930a372bfa9ff075ab879c
18c369b824ac3d7e761d347d77e72a4beb44dc68
'2011-06-30T18:33:11-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:48-04:00'
virus check
'55104' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1034' 'sip-files00041.pro'
1b9aefb022350090d6624911c49f4b77
4efbd47de2558c01485508771d23ab2e7511f1f4
'2011-06-30T18:49:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:17-04:00'
virus check
'56227' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1035' 'sip-files00042.pro'
f70b8bc5e8f75c2bc605e56c2cf8c4fb
58b7ac9c01d69e98f95fc0f17449de2679e35f16
'2011-06-30T18:34:24-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:12-04:00'
virus check
'55308' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1036' 'sip-files00043.pro'
c6223d0db34c53c8b2dcaf8839982454
cba3714b1e45ea7f4c96caaecdd3591790eff277
'2011-06-30T18:45:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51613' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1037' 'sip-files00044.pro'
af2c66c1abf4f754042e93e87dc29b8d
5782cadc64d11089dc98ad189fbe2764641c6ba1
'2011-06-30T18:36:39-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:55-04:00'
virus check
'48094' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1038' 'sip-files00045.pro'
7f54e600b55bd263d6e4b5ed8ced26a9
bb9a421f5c891409633eb7abea9548b319a91316
'2011-06-30T18:38:03-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:26-04:00'
virus check
'56341' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1039' 'sip-files00046.pro'
1081ca0a647b16f15d1d258844804dd0
f4a33ff79fa063cf4476a6f5ec51ea43d9281ffa
'2011-06-30T18:43:09-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:32-04:00'
virus check
'152065' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile104' 'sip-files00110.jpg'
a92ee05c72e44c45e676f4ef625ee420
76faaef2ab53e2767456824734f0b9a216c381ec
'2011-06-30T18:35:58-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:43-04:00'
virus check
'55979' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1040' 'sip-files00047.pro'
a711bb847acad680f43f92d05f9517f0
c62f624f6ed29998b31a2a9d5225d11592f13942
'2011-06-30T18:45:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54818' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1041' 'sip-files00048.pro'
c69f7589bd48d851b24d7d6f4175db18
a7f2328f2cb9d149e38b22e810ffab71426acc91
describe
virus check
'55198' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1042' 'sip-files00049.pro'
33bd45a6bbb5a525851e1841dce9460d
5d174df374afc12b5cf911e06f8e0d7e24fef9ee
'2011-06-30T18:34:49-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:19-04:00'
virus check
'55729' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1043' 'sip-files00050.pro'
c6fbd13b32e21be028270b7461700fb9
5fe8b5e67f69096032e938d1ee8057805f54ba80
'2011-06-30T18:48:02-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:34-04:00'
virus check
'56417' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1044' 'sip-files00051.pro'
559a6c74d8ccd8b80c23ab32813d80d4
5aae261210a068b32acbfbcde282fc0e636acbd0
'2011-06-30T18:50:56-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:49-04:00'
virus check
'55342' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1045' 'sip-files00052.pro'
3c749db3cdb1bc06119941e1a86cb83f
033bf6d1c3ef0077c09c1286c6ff576554293ad4
'2011-06-30T18:33:55-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:03-04:00'
virus check
'55076' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1046' 'sip-files00053.pro'
58672471813d2fb1d692535e5c7e3ca0
c5d48a6fbeadf8c1b7858512df5ee43611d68374
'2011-06-30T18:48:14-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:38-04:00'
virus check
'45585' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1047' 'sip-files00054.pro'
e2501e531c0e01aa80ffcf83c17b74a8
0ceb0bfe1b748c049b9b4f4597b111f01a342202
'2011-06-30T18:50:16-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:33-04:00'
virus check
'55852' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1048' 'sip-files00055.pro'
be410b7d87650ce1dd2633c99e978ef7
b86a75e7a4dc27680f3c5fbf10e5a64c21154311
'2011-06-30T18:38:16-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:31-04:00'
virus check
'54160' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1049' 'sip-files00056.pro'
6289c3beb3818b66d279be96cf8bce98
f74fca3f7fd3e3a99ccc92e5d2537cf9f35f737d
'2011-06-30T18:33:15-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:49-04:00'
virus check
'150999' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile105' 'sip-files00111.jpg'
54097e10aac5c244793d8c654c375dba
dff9cf8d0d6fb1287181123c24424378f7a9f25b
'2011-06-30T18:35:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:31-04:00'
virus check
'53497' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1050' 'sip-files00057.pro'
7ac5a9b708f4d885fa24888fb4102bab
ad0de433c8b25cff5fde52488e73dd3e95c1c145
'2011-06-30T18:48:36-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:46-04:00'
virus check
'54371' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1051' 'sip-files00058.pro'
9fa104268df11459d4498bcfc275d1fa
edbfe1280e6e3362db2e709dbd69911b26bdd759
'2011-06-30T18:51:00-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:51-04:00'
virus check
'53484' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1052' 'sip-files00059.pro'
a3236e3ab772b186cf7207dd9168ce66
a30ca967e089801c454cc35cd35031941b511565
'2011-06-30T18:48:10-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:37-04:00'
virus check
'54431' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1053' 'sip-files00060.pro'
ace54a1adb1978ebf8fe709effb01f0e
80fdfe80d07d6365d5d21870737163956188d5c4
'2011-06-30T18:45:57-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:50-04:00'
virus check
'55214' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1054' 'sip-files00061.pro'
f5cb18b2f86bd0d6f97b3cc6c38d2dc5
07c93cad34ce1777b503ae9025a73f4630e92b64
'2011-06-30T18:49:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:07-04:00'
virus check
'46806' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1055' 'sip-files00062.pro'
4c9662ffea4cbb2ac84e09b7b61718ff
9bc6c3ce0a2576beefb250d7f2cc0e19f721af0e
'2011-06-30T18:40:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55193' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1056' 'sip-files00063.pro'
c864305afd9574a7063b7796ccdac29a
398f7c89dcf8927caf1b3f02ffcf3a6f6f5b5203
'2011-06-30T18:51:56-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:18-04:00'
virus check
'54478' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1057' 'sip-files00064.pro'
ff79008cf8164acb73d98326652f7ac5
661a6b6ed0fa9e3172e5c6ffba472bbb26297160
'2011-06-30T18:38:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:40-04:00'
virus check
'53227' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1058' 'sip-files00065.pro'
08cdfb7a3222aa1078bccee1f4e07b30
7c6e399426cd994ab2a8e3e730df0d6f92b96ff0
'2011-06-30T18:49:28-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:11-04:00'
virus check
'53903' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1059' 'sip-files00066.pro'
d23a3bb9f484a1d717dd0c793b10b05a
283bc7219a10d41f818ba09729667c7e8d876cbb
'2011-06-30T18:38:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'153489' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile106' 'sip-files00112.jpg'
edab389f66411c7a467dca0913fe96f9
c8d5f19777599c2f56a014aa4fe0423a4397f97c
'2011-06-30T18:47:55-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:31-04:00'
virus check
'55000' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1060' 'sip-files00067.pro'
390aca259e9aabc0bbd38d478bbd4658
fb2f67a7dcd94c0184011f91e6fa67f687467b2b
'2011-06-30T18:32:52-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:41-04:00'
virus check
'55025' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1061' 'sip-files00068.pro'
688fa7c04fc145cebeaea3894cabffe5
07b72b3c16b3639a7da13c9492df9320ef772910
'2011-06-30T18:43:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:37-04:00'
virus check
'54056' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1062' 'sip-files00069.pro'
5972bea8258a2468d254d08c36efcb33
35ea257d937aa74440870c7c5b8b41d1bf8344d4
'2011-06-30T18:33:27-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:53-04:00'
virus check
'51360' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1063' 'sip-files00070.pro'
ff162645ddeacc0a6331d01bff02ce2a
53f994aeabb01d03f3f184c08a3633bc7be1e921
'2011-06-30T18:48:00-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:33-04:00'
virus check
'53672' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1064' 'sip-files00071.pro'
a79fa9a90e945d36b8d6c397f8b7ea3b
2dd06f0cdf520275b9573ecaf0dac688b1e6957f
'2011-06-30T18:46:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:58-04:00'
virus check
'55386' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1065' 'sip-files00072.pro'
4d6906965a3d1a934047e91385547667
5498ccca3eb5c6c87113a324aab27535974ba122
'2011-06-30T18:35:08-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:25-04:00'
virus check
'27709' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1066' 'sip-files00073.pro'
3f0da17fb380506b04d884bdf1487939
a8ee724aab3b51083528144b0c13cefaac6aeedf
'2011-06-30T18:32:54-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:42-04:00'
virus check
'28556' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1067' 'sip-files00074.pro'
9d6e52bc98cd626489e07eea7ea9a3ab
41c55f17c3c4926541fade8ca26400fb59c585ac
'2011-06-30T18:42:34-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:17-04:00'
virus check
'52349' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1068' 'sip-files00075.pro'
95e1123473333007966e447d7935270c
e1a27d50fac7522c58e855ecc27292955512c5e1
'2011-06-30T18:49:45-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:19-04:00'
virus check
'52452' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1069' 'sip-files00076.pro'
56b6bb06125c203d1a0dce6944408062
749cd1f830ede8083261b0f353bc148cd6617cb6
'2011-06-30T18:34:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'150563' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile107' 'sip-files00113.jpg'
72b266075d81d9b4110d9ef31f1ca1b4
6e2873e6f47be794eb2bb587e0372723110d731a
'2011-06-30T18:52:28-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:34-04:00'
virus check
'54922' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1070' 'sip-files00077.pro'
d45aa98a709aaeb9519f0961c0bce268
e7ccd3ab922d94c969d46cccb686333b70fe93c0
'2011-06-30T18:43:08-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53465' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1071' 'sip-files00078.pro'
c98e878a984df4951f1ad756c0f5c9f9
4beb7ee96bf46a7ed511e7efa63ec15a0196c135
'2011-06-30T18:34:08-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:07-04:00'
virus check
'54442' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1072' 'sip-files00079.pro'
5257bbb1ede96cb091f4d48588ab289c
f4a713d6a50068e123f2d279b146eeb4a0737ab2
'2011-06-30T18:33:45-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:00-04:00'
virus check
'53232' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1073' 'sip-files00080.pro'
11c3f7c1a74091b8b3b73b66a3ea19d5
10e9c973cfb2a18a05a01b6f20db8da48ce28b0b
'2011-06-30T18:46:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:00-04:00'
virus check
'55825' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1074' 'sip-files00081.pro'
ca2a7f4b099b2beae5abd6860579eca4
0fd6abc3638f8d06e182d47e48f997d846a36c5e
'2011-06-30T18:49:09-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:02-04:00'
virus check
'55318' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1075' 'sip-files00082.pro'
4f460d3bbcb0b5bc14b4a09ea9c2af87
958e58e63f5dcc8aee212a94b655ce26e689c165
'2011-06-30T18:37:44-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:20-04:00'
virus check
'50767' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1076' 'sip-files00083.pro'
3342358db6c46ed4d0cb3def83759ba3
2d4d2f5723fc5f00feeae994818a49ad78e7e45e
'2011-06-30T18:47:28-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:22-04:00'
virus check
'45129' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1077' 'sip-files00084.pro'
3fabe2c6141f57db201357f9c27ad294
f61290965b317253ee4bd08a08c3633c8fcfabf1
'2011-06-30T18:36:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:50-04:00'
virus check
'49427' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1078' 'sip-files00085.pro'
09996e6644de4f59108db72bb927c1d7
284c3cd062d682f6f8f6774cb6d3a2837e4834b5
'2011-06-30T18:40:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:22-04:00'
virus check
'53455' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1079' 'sip-files00086.pro'
bd296da791404e60fca6e11f1a1b06dd
f31629e2677bf03bb1c1f129101adc73453484cb
'2011-06-30T18:47:16-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:18-04:00'
virus check
'151692' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile108' 'sip-files00114.jpg'
511346225e8ab62a8ef34b1e7e89be5b
17dee6fbe888fee1f5da56343f25ab849c73243c
'2011-06-30T18:50:13-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:31-04:00'
virus check
'54776' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1080' 'sip-files00087.pro'
e49834eacbedeae7454f10989af9fb87
1547ea7fa85afc776f6d5a3fec1fe79b02041899
'2011-06-30T18:32:12-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:27-04:00'
virus check
'54949' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1081' 'sip-files00088.pro'
00a9ada3c4029a533d5240468d5ada95
51752b26e6eb91341170bb2333394dc1066462ca
'2011-06-30T18:48:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54319' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1082' 'sip-files00089.pro'
133b4755cba8fdd8184eceb1a43ed9e3
cfefbdd2f6e35e9487f769d35934d7a08bf0569a
'2011-06-30T18:39:09-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:52-04:00'
virus check
'55506' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1083' 'sip-files00090.pro'
61b8c3d2f48795f4d6f35732442864b1
7f057e0b3303fbbbb5cc9d163d1814c27681ef5d
'2011-06-30T18:36:17-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:49-04:00'
virus check
'54112' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1084' 'sip-files00091.pro'
f9890fc0d25bcac3a0b152a5a1066ac1
781ed26be4d1cdf6dae3360a8ce58e3228134aab
'2011-06-30T18:41:58-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:59-04:00'
virus check
'55529' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1085' 'sip-files00092.pro'
604bbc98ef25f86b6e4c34bda705a6d5
4e56554f831f446f92e2c32a6079ae3847859931
'2011-06-30T18:42:08-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:05-04:00'
virus check
'46710' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1086' 'sip-files00093.pro'
35ccb453fcb61d7c49948493aafc29f3
6e8e0c331845b64328cfe067bca7d681015b9199
'2011-06-30T18:48:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47461' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1087' 'sip-files00094.pro'
e33ba986b5f06c4203645dfd60b45469
a161e34f1474f0ea30d786157a746e6cc9c930d3
'2011-06-30T18:34:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55792' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1088' 'sip-files00095.pro'
a870d8788508803dc0a9d6033697a132
8d1ed53dd2ffe95d2c60f329a9bb45aa82fa58f6
'2011-06-30T18:51:27-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:03-04:00'
virus check
'55606' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1089' 'sip-files00096.pro'
a69e1d4ec2a229e64ad6792a35e213b7
ba550785dfe128732dd2a740338282d5b6ab6216
'2011-06-30T18:39:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:51-04:00'
virus check
'147914' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile109' 'sip-files00115.jpg'
e84c1a8a87429ef836658c4a385471b8
12af19b7df9e25cec293ab17f5f375be1226e042
'2011-06-30T18:47:31-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:23-04:00'
virus check
'54194' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1090' 'sip-files00097.pro'
408c9a20ba176baf6f9630cedf41749a
414f0f239852bc69bed8ca6c2569e5204b04e6f4
'2011-06-30T18:35:24-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:30-04:00'
virus check
'53335' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1091' 'sip-files00098.pro'
c871e1b84456216c9ee80c7120be0399
60c40d52f4d3d1b9885e0cd83ad07ffc84d7c92d
'2011-06-30T18:31:58-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:19-04:00'
virus check
'51459' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1092' 'sip-files00099.pro'
2079cd2bf4b040b3911b82591d732579
844b7378325710408b0734f368be4510cd43ea6b
'2011-06-30T18:36:00-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:44-04:00'
virus check
'56482' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1093' 'sip-files00100.pro'
f4dd56a030cc29612aa3dd4b045b7e6e
0f3c5ad6a687d11a9b61ea749dcf20a21b8939ec
'2011-06-30T18:34:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:11-04:00'
virus check
'54098' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1094' 'sip-files00101.pro'
fe7bff86be45da71e2b6ea63fc8e4e92
11e47578ee5d9cbc80f1f1ad5a06bcf180290bf5
describe
virus check
'55361' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1095' 'sip-files00102.pro'
5e264108a7a87be2be48644df4344730
7bc4b4e4607483f5a53ec3c490060b2a77ad33fe
describe
virus check
'43831' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1096' 'sip-files00103.pro'
503f69e99714974ae9ac263466eb25f1
a74acb1bc07e8876eead9c69d28e61d33dd33e56
'2011-06-30T18:36:10-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:47-04:00'
virus check
'54118' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1097' 'sip-files00104.pro'
80696190dc7952b691453cb96f31b480
8f5e7df78c95ee027dfd4a18921cbd2528adc825
'2011-06-30T18:52:04-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:23-04:00'
virus check
'55488' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1098' 'sip-files00105.pro'
3c015fa86cbc38655120f6a97db7b562
0651804e28097ae6a77e1147ea491cdf89fc02f1
'2011-06-30T18:39:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:00-04:00'
virus check
'55160' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1099' 'sip-files00106.pro'
3c38af898f0f7b366e17f43a625f84ea
1f9177c8401fb6780a0b969a5991df452a6a4c48
'2011-06-30T18:51:47-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:15-04:00'
virus check
'52534' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile11' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
3e213d90f0e8ebefcd6066bb1ccb0003
0b049aefea4cd19a724c11a101407319b42e3ce4
'2011-06-30T18:46:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'155614' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile110' 'sip-files00116.jpg'
bb1bd2f76b227edaea66bcdb22cec036
31499618d1a3301b3cdda04be6553af15c7b5db8
'2011-06-30T18:40:45-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:30-04:00'
virus check
'54795' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1100' 'sip-files00107.pro'
8b536cb882d5bec7e5b5172b4dea26ef
637defc183cbe8bb556d61695bc91bf1c9170f81
'2011-06-30T18:44:22-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:06-04:00'
virus check
'53879' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1101' 'sip-files00108.pro'
48da2c1d89d369b64bb5f5f894b42ddb
6adb503e75d4181191c475cdb0272ff9773a942f
'2011-06-30T18:50:24-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:37-04:00'
virus check
'44119' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1102' 'sip-files00109.pro'
2746899ea6d4e65d63c7dc587a070f8b
7a9deb905b5d6cbec154957539fbc7038eea9134
describe
virus check
'56081' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1103' 'sip-files00110.pro'
1468866a40ba9469b883c15072c78b99
5231e1658eb2139fcc966923b2cf9c70c9cb6046
'2011-06-30T18:43:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:31-04:00'
virus check
'55496' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1104' 'sip-files00111.pro'
0b757d3ca29a65110959e8aa98e647fd
641d686ce66a68c6b70200375cc178e75e4854f5
'2011-06-30T18:31:36-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:12-04:00'
virus check
'55658' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1105' 'sip-files00112.pro'
56f70df0c717909a7241d9e0c8b1ceb8
a99ff50ef9a9ae055661da54dbb756208c0d2297
'2011-06-30T18:39:08-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55105' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1106' 'sip-files00113.pro'
180459ab1a9857891638cdb47b5d68d3
088cd7488fa6dfb6130ddc1c6cb4f62b70085b9e
'2011-06-30T18:42:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:14-04:00'
virus check
'54720' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1107' 'sip-files00114.pro'
f0c7408d654e1d3e73300a5a8bd0a628
eaeaa39fb24a4406d37363bdc8bdb657d35e908a
'2011-06-30T18:41:03-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:37-04:00'
virus check
'54695' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1108' 'sip-files00115.pro'
1f280e89bcdc196a6697856067cb8d23
20d59eef9ba02f1cfbd0061269267ea0b13052d2
describe
virus check
'55678' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1109' 'sip-files00116.pro'
29666a13b3e56c77a93d6325f9a899b6
e3d5f3ca064c4ac6c808f82d35fd2998feabce85
'2011-06-30T18:51:34-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:06-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile111' 'sip-files00117.jpg'
af2444967cb7d3f04715c810a456b3e0
d60dd01863a160a1cab35fd43699ea7a33761f67
'2011-06-30T18:49:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2870' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1110' 'sip-files00117.pro'
a669215b2d03025cf9a0333b32675077
5dc65b314583bb90008581b4ad65e5603f4f917a
'2011-06-30T18:39:30-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:03-04:00'
virus check
'45266' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1111' 'sip-files00119.pro'
dfc326d8c76c90f6583a18ae4e7b07c9
26033f0f4e3c4633be809ee5e8c070c915b4b1b5
'2011-06-30T18:46:42-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:06-04:00'
virus check
'55575' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1112' 'sip-files00120.pro'
64318daca9717bacce97a6a190ad94ca
57eb7d29fe0cab10f5efdd14179565a869f7277c
'2011-06-30T18:42:04-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:02-04:00'
virus check
'56326' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1113' 'sip-files00121.pro'
33f5ac5cca9c05cbaea5e30b303b0373
bec870b11c10f637aecb2f9d534ae61c244d8f07
'2011-06-30T18:49:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:08-04:00'
virus check
'54628' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1114' 'sip-files00122.pro'
18cc6a1ba3352c5d963ff8822df8f6d5
28b1d9b5f7ffdbbc51b416b5f1917c252e29b27a
'2011-06-30T18:47:52-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:30-04:00'
virus check
'53642' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1115' 'sip-files00123.pro'
cddb171a3a861a6995ff185e43b1af3d
84c014179ea0610d5da2ec31fed5bde981d312e6
'2011-06-30T18:44:44-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:14-04:00'
virus check
'54384' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1116' 'sip-files00124.pro'
2324d3ce6266bcddd1e7a775efb47eb9
7a9394ecbaea8180ace9f7c059e1f44db489696b
'2011-06-30T18:32:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'43053' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1117' 'sip-files00125.pro'
ed3bfa212ceb672227cb8c89d6b500b9
9963bf026bce0bb3f567467c923e2076e7c205ef
'2011-06-30T18:32:00-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:20-04:00'
virus check
'54313' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1118' 'sip-files00126.pro'
bfa655230e69fb3de55016db84413e76
1d5572e12e8f54ebbc9463b4a902ae090c353401
'2011-06-30T18:36:50-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:59-04:00'
virus check
'55209' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1119' 'sip-files00127.pro'
d5a20cca6b001fcb52a97a3af63e9096
a0611c2c5bf1dbf07e1f7cf700121c9e0ea84ddb
'2011-06-30T18:47:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:20-04:00'
virus check
'126506' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile112' 'sip-files00119.jpg'
8a222e9a2b27a10fd9f7720d1863bd19
fd1b91cc88e5c765f02d4c0ed0e8e01ae42581af
'2011-06-30T18:34:03-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:06-04:00'
virus check
'54705' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1120' 'sip-files00128.pro'
f57cf71043facd3dff84033f8ff2f021
090ecf84b90ebb534f35412069219030689e6bf2
'2011-06-30T18:51:11-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:57-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1121' 'sip-files00129.pro'
ab800915157fcc2280eb1ccbe5bdc147
3f521ece255cf83cc641f6174e8e949afb24ae4e
'2011-06-30T18:43:13-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:35-04:00'
virus check
'53955' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1122' 'sip-files00130.pro'
501ac51f4ba6bec5ac3c9b79349783d7
dc7fad9b03fe2e347c00ebc50dab78e0d0ea7606
'2011-06-30T18:43:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:41-04:00'
virus check
'54917' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1123' 'sip-files00131.pro'
e39bc87a535e4f46922c382679963336
9b7c622ed6af65d92aef271805ea59c30916f171
'2011-06-30T18:50:35-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:41-04:00'
virus check
'54249' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1124' 'sip-files00132.pro'
789671a10ff69a6efa4bd7e40402d4fb
3d21a14f9c40f02eab3433a17f96c7c20b35fd3f
'2011-06-30T18:43:00-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:29-04:00'
virus check
'55781' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1125' 'sip-files00133.pro'
b36837da39db7b3a0666c3a6fbd1119c
9bb3919c16a974f8af855eb1501e6f3eee08ec19
'2011-06-30T18:49:35-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:15-04:00'
virus check
'55113' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1126' 'sip-files00134.pro'
f0279ab98a7bf04c58726c176b2c688d
6c49aefe5f2c461778fa57d1fa0891b6fb8845c0
'2011-06-30T18:33:04-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:45-04:00'
virus check
'55526' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1127' 'sip-files00135.pro'
018788407119ac332e8bae8ae428d5af
9cfef97cf6be7beef74f6ede68ce3638eb7520a1
'2011-06-30T18:52:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54097' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1128' 'sip-files00136.pro'
93e82a581ff636dedf7d79dd528c8098
62afe21786a150d09b31a1085be4a1953b6f5512
'2011-06-30T18:48:23-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:41-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1129' 'sip-files00137.pro'
7ab64586afc6dd9a6cca3003b73e8e13
36a8b7f860460cb5d20b7c67729b1d05ce2a1340
'2011-06-30T18:48:50-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:52-04:00'
virus check
'151760' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile113' 'sip-files00120.jpg'
1447ec84422941ccee88e90b16951e65
186bf0e33b7de80a5db5c7a204851c07e58166dd
'2011-06-30T18:32:24-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:32-04:00'
virus check
'54887' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1130' 'sip-files00138.pro'
04d79efa7f75110ef1f8044a08e376f2
7d899c2628fc19fe52381ee6b70fcbfc7e0462d4
'2011-06-30T18:45:37-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:42-04:00'
virus check
'54734' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1131' 'sip-files00139.pro'
9059bf23a6d52a4edd660335c4da7ee4
835f681a9723fb970b057902dfd1ffe818b45a08
'2011-06-30T18:48:05-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:35-04:00'
virus check
'45375' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1132' 'sip-files00140.pro'
0de80aa425d5a5f4f204cc7707557910
a6bfa1ba81b9874547ca1ecac416d83e29582bd7
'2011-06-30T18:35:44-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:39-04:00'
virus check
'53655' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1133' 'sip-files00141.pro'
2a227213d51a89064733f13f4aa537af
a91d1f640ce8c69970b0cf313decba55928a15f6
'2011-06-30T18:33:36-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:56-04:00'
virus check
'55085' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1134' 'sip-files00142.pro'
dc5c208fb6ec4a3c6550deb5b582515e
1457345c906de53da69a0ae77d28430a6acc2ae1
describe
virus check
'54356' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1135' 'sip-files00143.pro'
ea73efeedb22de7e27824b0bbcd07710
ceb9c8407ff6ccebee85636a89b12e7a3e5b64dd
'2011-06-30T18:52:16-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:28-04:00'
virus check
'55914' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1136' 'sip-files00144.pro'
66092e2e33f1ca112f653d9d8dad95c8
4abc001627be5e9c538b7cdc68fade7859e6c3d5
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:57-04:00'
virus check
'54909' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1137' 'sip-files00145.pro'
b9a37d8e09dc53a14065df5c5a128747
62003c2b5005d65a48e9945b4214bc71696d122e
'2011-06-30T18:41:08-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:40-04:00'
virus check
'49615' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1138' 'sip-files00146.pro'
7fda9f7dc20d65b1a7025ea2adc9b021
ee5f9149b826f8e03a204f9e7d9d36413332f0c4
'2011-06-30T18:35:36-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:36-04:00'
virus check
'52050' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1139' 'sip-files00147.pro'
162c56f0a47c04db357126c340570a91
56713efd0a665f3a51735dbcc0a236384b0cbe13
'2011-06-30T18:49:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'150966' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile114' 'sip-files00121.jpg'
25abcc50b3f7a17b060e1c9de711bf28
9e91c62d5e03dccedda48b92278ca99f6363feb1
'2011-06-30T18:50:43-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:45-04:00'
virus check
'46865' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1140' 'sip-files00148.pro'
721acb979af36b650fb57a1a4d5fd77c
85b750693c51adea64d1dbafce536fbbb215ce28
'2011-06-30T18:40:28-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:26-04:00'
virus check
'55139' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1141' 'sip-files00149.pro'
8d9042ea66259e72471a498078ebcf8d
ed92d56a6ba8795ea17ac75427a2f0331fa1cce7
'2011-06-30T18:45:31-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:40-04:00'
virus check
'53251' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1142' 'sip-files00150.pro'
ae0138a342d485f8dfe1a41498e4ba83
f9dde66345901dee0adc1a38e250a7c62b07e399
'2011-06-30T18:52:46-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:41-04:00'
virus check
'52585' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1143' 'sip-files00151.pro'
7a9301d258730d10c0b2d8a9d8c5c4f9
b4afaec384b1f4bdc7ec39927dcad8673a368235
'2011-06-30T18:43:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54475' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1144' 'sip-files00152.pro'
b7de625a270a6496b73498c8d45c7caf
811ab94160d790cc94a12a45935bfdcec134f389
'2011-06-30T18:52:42-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:40-04:00'
virus check
'53569' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1145' 'sip-files00153.pro'
c7c745e99a83c42358e26fdb8815d29c
5ff2cb0d30bdbf9ce7ecbfde03ab5d38429e061f
'2011-06-30T18:32:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:39-04:00'
virus check
'55182' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1146' 'sip-files00154.pro'
8d7a1a237472db6cff63a6eefbbb4eab
b94c9320f11d0236aec5746ce0c3a5f84d1abc57
'2011-06-30T18:48:54-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:54-04:00'
virus check
'14705' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1147' 'sip-files00155.pro'
8f622c393e6d4bf0bc8017aae2594a71
95bc5a40fa62aa3bb695b340f4a084db5a7fb864
'2011-06-30T18:49:15-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:06-04:00'
virus check
'54997' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1148' 'sip-files00157.pro'
bf629bf3c03921473583ba647c9e793d
ed33833c8b11dafe0c56479c487c137d1b1137b6
'2011-06-30T18:46:05-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:52-04:00'
virus check
'55448' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1149' 'sip-files00158.pro'
e4b83684b90b7e809567741b28c43baa
a1bde321e58b01311514b6d4132a74882bbc71d1
'2011-06-30T18:49:31-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:12-04:00'
virus check
'154372' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile115' 'sip-files00122.jpg'
acb111b1082b7c992321366f8b9e6804
e7a2a7b7ae72a4f42d4f23bb99534fd201e04f61
'2011-06-30T18:49:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47438' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1150' 'sip-files00159.pro'
a06362965e4ba46527dfed0e67cfb724
247ce727cf5eccfa643e261d57903d087ae10089
'2011-06-30T18:38:48-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:41-04:00'
virus check
'54522' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1151' 'sip-files00160.pro'
8b356bd9aab21d7c2ed7dae52478ccd5
6c7416a91cb18a841c0ca5baac1219a9fcbc60cb
'2011-06-30T18:47:18-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:19-04:00'
virus check
'54727' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1152' 'sip-files00161.pro'
ac1e087eee9750d6475b24017ed2428e
e6446afe54c23e54b0368c0ef2d103ecb66546c1
'2011-06-30T18:50:15-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:32-04:00'
virus check
'51617' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1153' 'sip-files00162.pro'
7d2617338ed4d1b605f97ba0d403b82f
29713a681a00365d51c3c9f4e85e665a4873ad02
'2011-06-30T18:40:52-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:33-04:00'
virus check
'53505' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1154' 'sip-files00163.pro'
bc6eff3b445d6994278c1533cf833784
e85346a331e5569d498cdfa0b2ad6d4f9e6e3876
'2011-06-30T18:40:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54732' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1155' 'sip-files00164.pro'
d9545b8f067d1bbcd214bc9df56ea47a
aa195efc675b8e9dea8a822604295874ba40dbba
'2011-06-30T18:47:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:14-04:00'
virus check
'51822' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1156' 'sip-files00165.pro'
ad1c996a77b713582b483a88bb7669ef
cef5692efa49bed300d9662d6ab014e8389fb1d3
'2011-06-30T18:40:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55042' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1157' 'sip-files00166.pro'
53e09121b1ac1d7b308ad5da2de797ba
8306eb9f3a504a61aacbdc5951d5be91d3da3350
'2011-06-30T18:36:25-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:51-04:00'
virus check
'10667' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1158' 'sip-files00167.pro'
494c8bcab608d54af277330378d0ab7e
b8fdf68eaf18246f65f3ad5e3b6506f913887b03
'2011-06-30T18:46:13-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:56-04:00'
virus check
'55287' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1159' 'sip-files00169.pro'
3cefb4172a4709d30a2df0ecf197529e
90c0d2f8b2ea5cfff254cd8d90adfe52a2b1c028
'2011-06-30T18:52:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:39-04:00'
virus check
'145708' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile116' 'sip-files00123.jpg'
a7956383b69fa5c0fb135dd71a01431a
0ccec7a5694b58601d6665a77b65a99b35d364c2
'2011-06-30T18:50:31-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:40-04:00'
virus check
'45605' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1160' 'sip-files00170.pro'
a8261faadaaa3e8b3f8bbbf0caf80290
bea44fe7a07e74c194a4a94aea06053dacc5cafb
'2011-06-30T18:50:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54579' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1161' 'sip-files00171.pro'
4cc0f7b4b1d6800ffa3ab494045d5b22
d5caea6062602d3b405c001bc17aacbb7889c0ca
'2011-06-30T18:38:12-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:30-04:00'
virus check
'54438' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1162' 'sip-files00172.pro'
eba55061986c7b6aaa9a9b6459b4c597
e045a8a457200bc839a9a3b74717cb8ae6325786
'2011-06-30T18:47:09-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:16-04:00'
virus check
'47835' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1163' 'sip-files00173.pro'
f5c45b69e30933e3962bc3fa01e80dec
e8f78f8eefb8670e27824f41dcadfea87a36f588
'2011-06-30T18:51:22-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:01-04:00'
virus check
'55680' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1164' 'sip-files00174.pro'
0298cb66590f75d352a574f0cbb853d8
703ce149688b2611faebb8eadf94542879cb08b1
'2011-06-30T18:44:50-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:16-04:00'
virus check
'55698' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1165' 'sip-files00175.pro'
cfa7223639a679f33067f5ec0897c677
5cc802a1673153863436bb923526d5294c6cbcd5
'2011-06-30T18:38:08-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:29-04:00'
virus check
'55221' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1166' 'sip-files00176.pro'
5836c0a14de1379621f5f4e7f34e2053
d04b4f399eae1f25c6c98606e7c51ea1ee8b7e8e
'2011-06-30T18:44:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55493' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1167' 'sip-files00177.pro'
e50279704c2160376ee5fbcca3b3fd50
1c2a0cee880ffe5e713d7747611ab128a9c0119b
'2011-06-30T18:42:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'56255' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1168' 'sip-files00178.pro'
fd5b0d086a68c6b12868cffd34fca7dd
0b3e7a1b6bd1522af1e6d06a82e29040a1dfcf68
'2011-06-30T18:41:48-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:54-04:00'
virus check
'3352' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1169' 'sip-files00179.pro'
4c7193438275045ea6af14b58f95e853
b6815be4cf538f7e0f171564deddb3946c5f80b9
'2011-06-30T18:33:50-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:02-04:00'
virus check
'149920' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile117' 'sip-files00124.jpg'
8966b16e225e303aa48c3903eea4a819
642703021679ac7ed297a27339f61b8e95d28420
'2011-06-30T18:41:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54268' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1170' 'sip-files00181.pro'
0f24e6b05e225fdb272e5dfe23bfd0bb
3a8c733c9e7b62d8415c096e86447355ce3c05e8
'2011-06-30T18:50:22-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:36-04:00'
virus check
'34727' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1171' 'sip-files00182.pro'
2923741c29b08fd6f6b0e042f9ff3f49
ea2fbec5460e98eb926fa8da276a025903237450
'2011-06-30T18:36:51-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:00-04:00'
virus check
'21380' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1172' 'sip-files00183.pro'
89aa1d543f251d0e43096d7eb800ab39
a0548418965705f8155bdef68ce93913c8ca1b50
'2011-06-30T18:46:56-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:11-04:00'
virus check
'53032' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1173' 'sip-files00184.pro'
d6f26c80034e232ad45042ef316b9f83
97d2998f4ecc26429c1034420dc085401287d145
'2011-06-30T18:47:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51928' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1174' 'sip-files00185.pro'
4cf6a1cb3957b87b02fc54959cf88f07
860702bf8830dbef03359f0ad9da734e690b8b46
'2011-06-30T18:43:55-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:52-04:00'
virus check
'55761' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1175' 'sip-files00186.pro'
e778bcaa939fa8c26fc8bf711c78e88d
01c80bf4a879bdc197aea85ca1cd6d788be1eb7e
'2011-06-30T18:38:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:35-04:00'
virus check
'53889' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1176' 'sip-files00187.pro'
177b9bb67a5d6c2d16e13c13ac21b2a8
f73366fdcb9904a438df33eb0c6822d378afca60
'2011-06-30T18:37:32-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:16-04:00'
virus check
'55021' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1177' 'sip-files00188.pro'
0f9da77212a545928f8e45fd6df1ce9c
4b88bac758ef3bb49b45a922166f737c58628ad0
'2011-06-30T18:41:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53376' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1178' 'sip-files00189.pro'
ef6e454e5f4549ec0e3b8d6845728e3e
8d7b7eaa12d63ce40e6065a2c90c0ce385cd49f5
'2011-06-30T18:52:36-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:37-04:00'
virus check
'45714' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1179' 'sip-files00190.pro'
d252deaba967faf583ffeaf1dfd937be
4f96354b58910bd787b464b84763b541467b7d05
'2011-06-30T18:47:08-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:15-04:00'
virus check
'93676' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile118' 'sip-files00125.jpg'
9173a0a58e69f0146d60772eca8be406
be1f7396099ade9581b94e5f91bbd15a248cc343
'2011-06-30T18:32:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50946' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1180' 'sip-files00191.pro'
b5620cdef5a9e5cd5f854f3a41bed4f8
8652f8b16626dff8f4a969409d3dcf874c8c5b97
'2011-06-30T18:40:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55991' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1181' 'sip-files00192.pro'
0eb350347463aef94d68baa69c63d6b6
f53b65b3b78b86d94dcfe7884438f251dc5a6c51
'2011-06-30T18:47:47-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:29-04:00'
virus check
'53565' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1182' 'sip-files00193.pro'
4ffa8c330b802eb5309b5134f296dd0f
d4f7e5121a12302a4c77aa7887fc66a371656f95
'2011-06-30T18:40:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54462' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1183' 'sip-files00194.pro'
1d21f03fa4493cb7e1c4a69265a93776
b0648e23f1372ae26c045270939d8b73a5df0eae
describe
virus check
'55035' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1184' 'sip-files00195.pro'
ad02d38219a62e375a38b26c44b0530e
6726b95f13db40cdb0d18874273e4d5ac4701565
'2011-06-30T18:49:33-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:13-04:00'
virus check
'55669' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1185' 'sip-files00196.pro'
93ab8226dedbff2c3594af3fcac7eebc
e308a5611c0970141d6cd63edb311bf5625ebf9b
'2011-06-30T18:44:11-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:01-04:00'
virus check
'55945' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1186' 'sip-files00197.pro'
3a3f8636057cb84c635df3e31875150a
0d67e4ecefac30f048db0a5d4fdf3dd042960ea9
'2011-06-30T18:50:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'46352' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1187' 'sip-files00198.pro'
d1c70b59f75e3d16fa381d64056edefc
b0b08a35352a99c8ca72d5f1a19f4af281ab5c55
'2011-06-30T18:45:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55657' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1188' 'sip-files00199.pro'
7069745164a7b29d4af4a21284c53a6b
45c756346f202161128975f774033ef8cc35fcb6
'2011-06-30T18:34:33-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:15-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1189' 'sip-files00200.pro'
30414b5d391d28f61f983a10ad484b54
ab92f28af0092c43fd59742852a5d6f2509f6260
'2011-06-30T18:52:33-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:36-04:00'
virus check
'154468' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile119' 'sip-files00126.jpg'
c323ac0d3f034ee445b47f0abdd06543
66d3ded1a43f5f4bf35a8ea088a49038fe391404
'2011-06-30T18:41:42-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:51-04:00'
virus check
'54807' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1190' 'sip-files00201.pro'
5e01218c3ec161864b5ce8dbd118ec28
492ff18b4e6ad26eb2f299ec01199587eb7f5508
'2011-06-30T18:31:24-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:08-04:00'
virus check
'53961' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1191' 'sip-files00202.pro'
5a229e30ae18be1a2f44902ea1aac761
ca486796d8cdc27b6fbc914c1911e6d2f1808b4b
'2011-06-30T18:45:55-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:49-04:00'
virus check
'55296' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1192' 'sip-files00203.pro'
33227b76d9b3ac99564b04eb845da1b6
aa46b7fe9ed9df8a1436aa10792eb1050b3918cf
'2011-06-30T18:51:28-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:04-04:00'
virus check
'54698' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1193' 'sip-files00204.pro'
7cb5463f508c85db9e91bccb3c8e3692
bc4ad6a1f982a029bb2e51751ef04f29a18d8266
'2011-06-30T18:45:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53754' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1194' 'sip-files00205.pro'
cb665d73ee68e59ad74a5997a55067d6
17257e3cc2dbe3da8ef59fa9c1792ab638715eea
describe
virus check
'54111' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1195' 'sip-files00206.pro'
d7576d973d3b6062078cb0a91fbb1a24
6b666405073d55364f4efb4b67481b477001d088
'2011-06-30T18:49:49-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:21-04:00'
virus check
'43305' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1196' 'sip-files00207.pro'
1c190cfda6f7bbd383b9dd7933f7b53a
ca3f1bc3aebdb7b64b77d6000757cb83bb53f53f
describe
virus check
'56823' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1197' 'sip-files00208.pro'
abb6eb6d3ed0ebfaf8f4d58e5aaf82ea
19ec1cc29cc270e364acfb79307b7677db7b212a
'2011-06-30T18:31:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1198' 'sip-files00209.pro'
317303cf17f066f334fb513865cc92ac
78898e2af16d03207ec4f8d3a067f84ff533b738
'2011-06-30T18:41:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51945' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1199' 'sip-files00210.pro'
2775cd799cf1d4be90b9506fc218970d
603e613efffd340cae238136a2e1480c766f76be
'2011-06-30T18:45:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:38-04:00'
virus check
'38778' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile12' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
663311613f55fc4d3e504935d55ff568
028e7b4b174b054ae8b03fcc81d4070d4dd31c13
'2011-06-30T18:52:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'151924' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile120' 'sip-files00127.jpg'
f9621eda387249a15d2bb8f7f2b0c58d
9362506a5239efeb57e7fa35d0a42333dcf7e8a5
'2011-06-30T18:51:51-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:16-04:00'
virus check
'55394' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1200' 'sip-files00211.pro'
b9ec56edf460798539f5f19a97380fc0
481034bef89a975171f89008771cb6ca277a585a
'2011-06-30T18:46:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53988' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1201' 'sip-files00212.pro'
29680a7781bed1cfb411e2c1aa406ec7
84ca905ff84350b5e42c422dda3e8962f081b303
'2011-06-30T18:41:56-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:58-04:00'
virus check
'53623' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1202' 'sip-files00213.pro'
cc4fdb1dfa57a22726b634baba59e2ad
bf99c4d0c7ef2a855ab85c58b983bdbdcf971608
'2011-06-30T18:34:15-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:10-04:00'
virus check
'54862' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1203' 'sip-files00214.pro'
190d9249c8f2bbbda11a1c2da9246556
db24308c2450943341b4848e7b4b26fd59d6fc03
'2011-06-30T18:43:03-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:30-04:00'
virus check
'53895' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1204' 'sip-files00215.pro'
0de0d9bffcd5d867078208c3f6e9a9a6
bc8ecdfe608e21df900b0307854bb6a96dc80678
describe
virus check
'53325' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1205' 'sip-files00216.pro'
11d042f7f50a82014dbc40dad0659787
a5c90a83e0ba2a6bc7672639576331f84cb9e9d3
describe
virus check
'52742' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1206' 'sip-files00217.pro'
3d32b0538cd2095167b47c1259315886
1816e6eae3a66c3bf5a6f26c582c95be30a5b569
'2011-06-30T18:41:35-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:49-04:00'
virus check
'48792' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1207' 'sip-files00218.pro'
ae3d2b1ecbc7c365b2ed3e325713efbc
a4cef1028a65efcc50a38b49ac2ff0654c9d1667
'2011-06-30T18:50:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45291' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1208' 'sip-files00219.pro'
03849bfad9c74471ec81463e96c8203f
f988be934c49c071ad0726b9a073ac9482707bb2
'2011-06-30T18:39:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52741' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1209' 'sip-files00220.pro'
92b6b6ae57ffc29f13815fb7ae58f485
f9c33bb9977f2ad67c40731e55940879f85aad92
describe
virus check
'154463' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile121' 'sip-files00128.jpg'
c4bb655f0998ae347a791f21cf4f01f0
1644cb846a62e3ac5420d01109b1c6fd3d80a59c
'2011-06-30T18:49:42-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:18-04:00'
virus check
'52728' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1210' 'sip-files00221.pro'
d2282126b44ce7de4578748766d7f046
2843742d738cf89a1a30eae6b7264e6828c76203
'2011-06-30T18:33:42-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:59-04:00'
virus check
'53631' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1211' 'sip-files00222.pro'
9853166bb96e7ab0df8c51163b487626
779ae35427ea87531d855c9d22423b9227a12d79
describe
virus check
'54549' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1212' 'sip-files00223.pro'
6a4c3d493b92148143103303c7ead3d1
a9045a10e180472ae01828b30aa6b18157b53b06
'2011-06-30T18:41:46-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:53-04:00'
virus check
'44709' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1213' 'sip-files00224.pro'
16d2043b474246d363fe26c5698d4606
dbdbd036247b7fa94594b566314698554f173218
'2011-06-30T18:34:56-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:21-04:00'
virus check
'54015' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1214' 'sip-files00225.pro'
d7bcad98f8eaca596c61ed85f404ddf0
9afc7c27d6d8ecca7eb95765172fdcbbdfae83cc
'2011-06-30T18:39:18-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:59-04:00'
virus check
'47552' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1215' 'sip-files00226.pro'
5e3de09d0d00bdb81c18c233d3fde645
2d7b78b0bc608b2e4b7db898a3cfd43f262cda84
'2011-06-30T18:34:31-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:14-04:00'
virus check
'54378' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1216' 'sip-files00227.pro'
f1feea5ca01235233d49726ae7a7a3f3
3dbdf1cbe6b0ea84f40ff1b972d0745404603515
'2011-06-30T18:45:46-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:45-04:00'
virus check
'50325' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1217' 'sip-files00228.pro'
06dcbce0d787547dda90557344b0fca8
b187b451dbefc7cb64fb73dc299d0bbcf7cdc96b
'2011-06-30T18:42:36-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:18-04:00'
virus check
'54044' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1218' 'sip-files00229.pro'
de8f2bee886d3abd3443ea5c20dbc6b9
7c86188e99b9d9130be91d17c6037b90f39e5837
'2011-06-30T18:50:38-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:42-04:00'
virus check
'54290' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1219' 'sip-files00230.pro'
0d31225fb6338626c933d3e31a721f90
a28ca1c2689394e83e58cd1fbbf0a2bd7231f990
'2011-06-30T18:42:40-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:19-04:00'
virus check
'148521' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile122' 'sip-files00129.jpg'
25042c5d8a15f98f56f9823111aef36f
e5b29e74c113e722bab4c75a635f21b8e2cc607a
'2011-06-30T18:48:48-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:51-04:00'
virus check
'55829' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1220' 'sip-files00231.pro'
be27c4a7d1f2ec0f146d8b4c58b01021
9d19cb173790a2e83571ac2c278fe724f0084e5d
'2011-06-30T18:35:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50516' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1221' 'sip-files00232.pro'
868695c7f53b2af3da4fcab50d6408f3
78fe3bab2c206378e2cedff6661a1e7ee7a9819c
'2011-06-30T18:33:31-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:55-04:00'
virus check
'43781' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1222' 'sip-files00233.pro'
dff3ef9f156d1c6122078a9bca3e5bfb
f60f3b9e5233b9f3d7f9e556234a9b4430655c3c
'2011-06-30T18:46:47-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:07-04:00'
virus check
'51030' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1223' 'sip-files00234.pro'
606840451f0a3ee0bec9323e21feb35e
9f3a8f03c12cf6795d74199b8f2050dd4d851770
describe
virus check
'54145' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1224' 'sip-files00235.pro'
d1421c2098a108f2eb56c9e63834b1c7
e675ffb4527112d99aab01314b5e7c2e0db50407
'2011-06-30T18:42:12-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:06-04:00'
virus check
'53813' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1225' 'sip-files00236.pro'
4410cacd2380ea0a4225a60f1cf296ef
9ea1f1b26d27e2f895c79c284f6e545b91457f74
'2011-06-30T18:43:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54914' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1226' 'sip-files00237.pro'
4e0d949740a359459763214c05edc5e4
4b13e0b0f4beaf8f7216862c738868bb155258e3
'2011-06-30T18:35:37-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:37-04:00'
virus check
'54666' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1227' 'sip-files00238.pro'
f02a9303ce6df95011e017e1653471cb
ba5d7a635827953d8a3d73b8e6e1bd6add5823f4
'2011-06-30T18:50:52-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:47-04:00'
virus check
'55304' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1228' 'sip-files00239.pro'
2a1b37de92b5dbcf9b593c56e80c552a
c265f0bfc77a4335a529602c3e6c701c4d6b12f4
'2011-06-30T18:37:36-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:17-04:00'
virus check
'54446' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1229' 'sip-files00240.pro'
83ad151b88b0b1e6189ec8b989d67da3
9402156fd277e243b9b3e3e6c32094f0cafed243
'2011-06-30T18:52:30-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:35-04:00'
virus check
'154812' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile123' 'sip-files00130.jpg'
4a1458c6feb363d708d587d0b87f74ef
86ca6d408d3a65ecfcd38fac1b540278e4613232
'2011-06-30T18:38:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:27-04:00'
virus check
'53838' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1230' 'sip-files00241.pro'
0726fdb069f36fbb0615548c33a0424d
3239f2069afb8d89d9a6913f24eac4d826ae768d
'2011-06-30T18:42:54-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:26-04:00'
virus check
'55108' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1231' 'sip-files00242.pro'
aadec86d0a41a96cd7a57399dbf5e840
df5636ad6977899d6216d72efb26e2fb8309d5a1
'2011-06-30T18:43:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54626' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1232' 'sip-files00243.pro'
6448e5a8a781ca184cd134d6a3fa3fa8
9924770588efbf6a73d397fc52ca43a3c11abece
'2011-06-30T18:44:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:12-04:00'
virus check
'52040' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1233' 'sip-files00244.pro'
b9221e41a08c13fed8dccadaf3a0031c
e8ab5fb9509ce422392f1e0bd6a4468bccdf4dbd
'2011-06-30T18:44:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:04-04:00'
virus check
'54453' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1234' 'sip-files00245.pro'
f0ed2e4fc8054a877b0c8ac0cf3ef136
63b7c189f5b84f461b1fa9ca3ba74196b858ca30
'2011-06-30T18:40:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53777' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1235' 'sip-files00246.pro'
430d3f95db474a20f313f51f9f0238f7
0519e19856d000c52fc52777cb67420b49c065e7
'2011-06-30T18:36:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52686' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1236' 'sip-files00247.pro'
bb3221c2b227dd70e66882a0a677a3b8
d937fa67b0605d60d8211095cf4c36ab87921539
'2011-06-30T18:45:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54657' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1237' 'sip-files00248.pro'
10aae1229ec52652274dfbcf4356d30a
d7a75817b19d81b5f5569d62e50257791ba66ee1
'2011-06-30T18:32:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:33-04:00'
virus check
'53487' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1238' 'sip-files00249.pro'
c39f03609d3ee538ebcec52558e1dda5
b0cfb4e57789504c6816a26bf80f82cabcd96dd0
'2011-06-30T18:43:22-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:39-04:00'
virus check
'53764' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1239' 'sip-files00250.pro'
3f3d1ba6f289ad38e71ea0bcd986d290
7d9876e5c2bcd885fa26cd96e98d2f341e9bdd46
describe
virus check
'151872' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile124' 'sip-files00131.jpg'
6e942710db455227dbb671a58fdbe2eb
3550d0d80b1f244551fca90fc5d8454995954875
'2011-06-30T18:39:04-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:50-04:00'
virus check
'55384' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1240' 'sip-files00251.pro'
5f5b41d41ef118aeafba9d6add41ed31
ea5ffb8b6db23ae158b8d6fb93987e0afb58a8fa
'2011-06-30T18:36:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'46197' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1241' 'sip-files00252.pro'
d6869c319b7e62db4495422331328ffa
bec49f6a962c59bba6daa9c614ebcc9d19fdfe1b
describe
virus check
'54200' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1242' 'sip-files00253.pro'
d42285657071857ae80ed57ce8aa9ee2
f4cb3ef93cd4e0bc4f965ee6fa5236f0401d5a0d
describe
virus check
'49983' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1243' 'sip-files00254.pro'
e147ec57c21d53c9c43d151af57b2c0f
dfc92d1123c5b24b71f985ff65713572c0e891c7
'2011-06-30T18:41:50-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:56-04:00'
virus check
'55396' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1244' 'sip-files00255.pro'
19512c30db9c80bb073fd60f369cc206
9363f1cdd46fccdf6da0455c6b6058ff24850ff0
'2011-06-30T18:51:04-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:54-04:00'
virus check
'54365' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1245' 'sip-files00256.pro'
bb7fff0604608614cbcd168644afe4da
180f3d273869636f09e5dabe302fb35fa8b53865
'2011-06-30T18:37:43-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:19-04:00'
virus check
'54725' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1246' 'sip-files00257.pro'
8105bb198eea5bd2bbc932b06529fa0b
959498877668c65f5f8b099c2ee3e6acf7417729
'2011-06-30T18:34:38-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:17-04:00'
virus check
'53844' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1247' 'sip-files00258.pro'
3ac444b560cff6f9470663685ab84302
5f4d4afb745b9cf29f154c69ef28aab199f20178
'2011-06-30T18:37:30-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:15-04:00'
virus check
'55175' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1248' 'sip-files00259.pro'
95ab3a22f2b9741ea1e366d60c54dbbd
766341b0a349b4dd58492db17898ab25e9a7d9dd
'2011-06-30T18:40:13-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:20-04:00'
virus check
'54351' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1249' 'sip-files00260.pro'
7c6ccb0e3f9ee85ef77db08a0abaa581
b645b74dfa7f82593179244cb072dfa0eb49dec8
'2011-06-30T18:32:17-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:30-04:00'
virus check
'152366' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile125' 'sip-files00132.jpg'
cb99465a3884ecb2507eb86fdf9e10b4
e4ea17f926f882c35b8032f6885eec0b4319576f
'2011-06-30T18:38:55-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:44-04:00'
virus check
'55192' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1250' 'sip-files00261.pro'
1049bf14547ab4b65f43c2dc49d8901a
e878bebbfd5e83d5a4374e9a6abfb3276e97d1e7
'2011-06-30T18:40:33-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:27-04:00'
virus check
'46607' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1251' 'sip-files00262.pro'
ddd476ebff429ef92ca7475c9f2a9258
3b7e662799dc5df341ee6e4d40489a32007945fb
'2011-06-30T18:46:57-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:12-04:00'
virus check
'54107' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1252' 'sip-files00263.pro'
3c7afa7b7aa762483863da6f5c7ff4f5
df9e62449500cd9fb4259c88686d34851f089b23
'2011-06-30T18:42:55-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:27-04:00'
virus check
'55387' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1253' 'sip-files00264.pro'
c9382d412437bec0bdfda71d0236d270
76c10faff387eeb839b6fb46e1f7f1fc9be1e018
'2011-06-30T18:35:02-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:23-04:00'
virus check
'55374' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1254' 'sip-files00265.pro'
aeef34ccff08827a5186351bc670be56
543a3f4e788722fc647c9d869405ff8d631e2a09
'2011-06-30T18:48:39-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:47-04:00'
virus check
'38367' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1255' 'sip-files00266.pro'
da0e9dff62459648b53b7a22ed47a11c
b74f4cb5fff23639db92b3690438bd52c875c269
'2011-06-30T18:50:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50095' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1256' 'sip-files00267.pro'
b5c05f7d1d56545a188a187e18663765
09b7e1c1eaadbbb8f371b4e13a3f3a07035f191e
'2011-06-30T18:44:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51399' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1257' 'sip-files00268.pro'
e7ffcfbc148e95600ef9a72258c19472
a063a500136f23007eca13b0e7faad3581656bc1
'2011-06-30T18:39:58-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:13-04:00'
virus check
'40159' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1258' 'sip-files00269.pro'
3b4036d2b7fe09f4515a21d65961cdc5
1bc123e7a03c3d4ddc9630c6aae6380d14d7716a
'2011-06-30T18:40:40-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:29-04:00'
virus check
'52649' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1259' 'sip-files00270.pro'
2445084e1938d1dde39b702c106e4cde
673be66631be43dd4a1b91952faf73fcf3c03bf3
'2011-06-30T18:41:15-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:42-04:00'
virus check
'152605' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile126' 'sip-files00133.jpg'
e5bc56f8d85a011a860ad4dcafd3cdd7
61a2bd99c19375c0449727eee2ebf414a3a1549a
'2011-06-30T18:34:42-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:18-04:00'
virus check
'48989' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1260' 'sip-files00271.pro'
755b67920df0cc9422854238f461211e
54fb5a0a7278792bd66a7765e47a3dd3a14214aa
describe
virus check
'56131' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1261' 'sip-files00272.pro'
2e698770f6aca1fb681c8d7497da7d99
9623b11e2e7c15bb461da1073f21c4e2f29881b8
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1262' 'sip-files00273.pro'
a8ebc6ad285176219151ac79ba203e0e
70df6dad52c38ca8ba06fd4692a032e8150af1dd
'2011-06-30T18:43:45-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:47-04:00'
virus check
'49953' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1263' 'sip-files00274.pro'
b309fbf6d6b9a3fd67947db7919e6eb7
c7849d9889863462db26b1bd678d80fddb596944
'2011-06-30T18:51:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51315' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1264' 'sip-files00275.pro'
010cf2d13259640eb209ed25bdf9715b
f3fc16d3ee61c9fb6552966677418f7d982b8e2f
'2011-06-30T18:51:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:13-04:00'
virus check
'54064' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1265' 'sip-files00276.pro'
ab40078ab97a87a4a1c5480bfca18fe8
9955c9c2d49c8fad9ef7e23740d30f3651d16d08
'2011-06-30T18:42:25-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:13-04:00'
virus check
'55928' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1266' 'sip-files00277.pro'
27a38f25a85912866cfb0de6bd598bab
e74d16099401fe159820bb2d87fb1bcb984864c5
'2011-06-30T18:52:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55255' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1267' 'sip-files00278.pro'
8c6653873e82af3c325521043214500d
044b4503451746bacb5aeb5528fa50bd7383c3fb
'2011-06-30T18:46:12-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:55-04:00'
virus check
'43130' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1268' 'sip-files00279.pro'
20cdb8e9c155e5540926958d32b77c67
c5ef17f1beb06d1d89e5a8977e0ec1056cf905c0
'2011-06-30T18:36:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55365' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1269' 'sip-files00280.pro'
16fc8f956c8f5a8387c48fb92ad97fd7
2ed37efc970959d6dae766123d5f3cd6818da738
'2011-06-30T18:42:45-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:21-04:00'
virus check
'157992' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile127' 'sip-files00134.jpg'
1520f30c89758e1e33ff59197c0f7e82
81034efdc3e9f19fb519c80176d5cca4503d9423
'2011-06-30T18:34:11-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:09-04:00'
virus check
'53503' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1270' 'sip-files00281.pro'
a601c441f03bc1fa2a9c85be9bbcd544
2c0f36828491caf57d2d2f9eaa031acbb425463c
'2011-06-30T18:39:54-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:12-04:00'
virus check
'54741' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1271' 'sip-files00282.pro'
ebce1ea7fecfdcac42fa50f150242d17
ac91a08775aca623d088cab1dc5b25ec2f60e99d
'2011-06-30T18:45:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52612' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1272' 'sip-files00283.pro'
738df5cc55c188733387cb3223b93fe2
84132a8e30ba4f8dc3beaf7385d49d9a51ca8bed
'2011-06-30T18:46:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51757' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1273' 'sip-files00284.pro'
83299e1e17cfcdbb245f7ba07020cec5
94099c07df8d2a8e2e7e477b898a8f30caec4f41
'2011-06-30T18:47:24-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:21-04:00'
virus check
'30383' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1274' 'sip-files00285.pro'
18d5bf31351805dc391821f253e29d52
f335e4d06f395862b5f1b5119b547ce63ae0e102
'2011-06-30T18:31:30-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:10-04:00'
virus check
'56055' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1275' 'sip-files00286.pro'
50ddfcdacbf25ca7d848c158c4902705
2bcbc18c2fa00cc9f7f177d4236676d7a2987138
'2011-06-30T18:48:44-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:49-04:00'
virus check
'55687' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1276' 'sip-files00287.pro'
6032d5c9d243e5bc035d337150fbb2f4
bb7f689629640c0049b4f543d8b4b2d2ad61ed6c
'2011-06-30T18:38:22-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:33-04:00'
virus check
'55026' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1277' 'sip-files00288.pro'
f7f14cd00625e1c402cc95f17336c205
811ea8e438ca0e9196a1d84e1a0a8d5b4bba8d0f
'2011-06-30T18:50:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:50-04:00'
virus check
'54886' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1278' 'sip-files00289.pro'
ced9523ae09fb1b873010cd217c87a9b
c35d528fdb5f7c065876e00899f62bf95cbea4bb
'2011-06-30T18:46:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54621' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1279' 'sip-files00290.pro'
2274d66c242c38938fc0f381ff80118d
bec537e02d1c80d878a4a8e1d9a79417cf241422
'2011-06-30T18:44:30-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:10-04:00'
virus check
'155905' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile128' 'sip-files00135.jpg'
276b2adcc97e9ffd0aa241b6a44a5cc6
89971313893be09d7625cd32bc196dd2f523f292
describe
virus check
'55878' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1280' 'sip-files00291.pro'
2e7c2740d5b48bd4d2a4a597e740abcd
ab51e7e53ce585abfbb8fabc40eda7e846bd0dae
'2011-06-30T18:39:38-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:05-04:00'
virus check
'55376' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1281' 'sip-files00292.pro'
fa446cbae86c984c48568711c66df42c
d6a2913a58001b1c2bbb7872e068a00f65de1c06
'2011-06-30T18:51:31-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:05-04:00'
virus check
'55859' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1282' 'sip-files00293.pro'
6cc73a01806f3100b43d6e53ca360b33
972e3aae9cd9d4213ba61256a1ecf012f71ea52a
'2011-06-30T18:35:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54201' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1283' 'sip-files00294.pro'
2a5afc027ad9a97bd4c936ba5513510a
192316a0898e044ae0b6d2335e36a06d779d0598
'2011-06-30T18:36:32-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:53-04:00'
virus check
'53752' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1284' 'sip-files00295.pro'
9800fba6b2c8b56b8d8005f026a328f7
96f78af43708db8ff7dcaebc561d10c3209d710f
'2011-06-30T18:36:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55385' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1285' 'sip-files00296.pro'
c0ddc2e35c0fc94a24eb70ae77a871d4
c6e68777f4f94c0bc43f63d6ccd1aa2ebcbf1820
'2011-06-30T18:36:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55041' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1286' 'sip-files00297.pro'
38507195d432da149580d77a164f1b53
cb825c6c3d0ce656663a2c6634ba04584778b8e2
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1287' 'sip-files00298.pro'
755ae3c96b19695a81b82f54af025337
aa1f95310a39205bce4dfdb599ada931c515b4b9
describe
virus check
'55417' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1288' 'sip-files00299.pro'
9d27078f5a57bbde52f4d7a00c210286
0a5151e9e0d26d06574509261dc2957d26cd6cda
'2011-06-30T18:43:11-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:34-04:00'
virus check
'54606' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1289' 'sip-files00300.pro'
fc806806486d017762953bdbba6c983d
64b0f2c8b29555f4b7855998fca3484406a3cfea
'2011-06-30T18:32:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'150737' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile129' 'sip-files00136.jpg'
7e5943ac1907422560afe8af7254fa8d
3b137ed920f27c712a9157104f53eb4b999d671e
describe
virus check
'53899' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1290' 'sip-files00301.pro'
6b0ae896bb4b5f1692df3b6a6e70152c
9768ecaf65491a8224bc0c056afd73c35b5e822d
'2011-06-30T18:46:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'56307' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1291' 'sip-files00302.pro'
d691173524fc034cff9e35a0ef3f3dfc
255060d2c415743838d126228b572918aa42cb49
'2011-06-30T18:33:53-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55404' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1292' 'sip-files00303.pro'
30060e71fc085b2c9494ef32d00fb1e1
bd95e975139a531507988853719ea665b21f2a76
'2011-06-30T18:34:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'56240' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1293' 'sip-files00304.pro'
ab40c08e0a952993949935ab23a9fc8a
897d6406d34be9c0579b3162f5e64b0d56c095f7
'2011-06-30T18:42:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:10-04:00'
virus check
'56336' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1294' 'sip-files00305.pro'
cac8d821a14ef51ecf6170287692aa3c
ffa4b6dd7f5fa1dbb74eaefee7e009b1cf320607
'2011-06-30T18:46:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:53-04:00'
virus check
'54926' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1295' 'sip-files00306.pro'
8966a5acf52fdb330f61573eefc825dc
3d2abbbeebf856c3828b666504742080498f1a22
describe
virus check
'54710' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1296' 'sip-files00307.pro'
418109c4f53b05e939c2f6dedcd4409e
94cc6385bcf5bc31ab6233a7ae94d30480b0b85b
describe
virus check
'56386' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1297' 'sip-files00308.pro'
751581921addbaaf71f5eb6e2ee9cd9c
5f09df3ee5be6349e3192119aa1cf7c5886f5240
'2011-06-30T18:47:57-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:32-04:00'
virus check
'56641' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1298' 'sip-files00309.pro'
a26698303922339736bfb7b511cbcee3
3a4aa164dd5b630cd848bb43f208b9dd8b9a2023
describe
virus check
'55487' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1299' 'sip-files00310.pro'
d4d2ab5b6e2e2674be9b88b1ce9658ca
1e87926dfbbe0332b364e7ec645587d9d6501972
'2011-06-30T18:40:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'127408' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile13' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
83e82c16e0da81a855046906f490f332
d533007ae3f2769a766f90377945f6f601a8cb28
'2011-06-30T18:41:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'148860' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile130' 'sip-files00137.jpg'
515b9bf1508faa466d97f936fd49a7f6
f0bce8d8f27ef967781cf5bed878cb215165eb94
'2011-06-30T18:52:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54608' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1300' 'sip-files00311.pro'
063ddfd41869781d04dcbf1ebd2b1fe8
b4511f682f1ea1a11c84faf87239d317a852af0f
'2011-06-30T18:34:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'56163' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1301' 'sip-files00312.pro'
e5b6d28b4376adef6f7b8000bd357d14
89abf0dcc5d37c2aa0a310300318eaaebf5f209d
describe
virus check
'55510' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1302' 'sip-files00313.pro'
fa0b74491c199b24c410ff824bf0301b
d48cdd2708f24e361c13c3ad1805ca9ffc38bb0f
describe
virus check
'54306' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1303' 'sip-files00314.pro'
5ab4c3dd19e71a27d3962cbde5b3978c
a05da7763105c0692c1eaaa593382f90dc4bc266
describe
virus check
'28565' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1304' 'sip-files00315.pro'
faaac38671eaf4debb2038044e7ce5f0
0639a4d3c9be3f4e75daf9cb8c52b6a4a217b64e
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:09-04:00'
virus check
'55155' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1305' 'sip-files00316.pro'
0d9d9e2724bd86b71eae9cb9cfbde151
e57b868dcc0678520a2359c52ad2cc2f71c31c38
'2011-06-30T18:40:02-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:14-04:00'
virus check
'56845' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1306' 'sip-files00317.pro'
c8b0b96adf390285276f65afd23c0b0d
6cbf7b1082d23b27853874297cbf563d216d5146
'2011-06-30T18:35:16-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:27-04:00'
virus check
'56371' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1307' 'sip-files00318.pro'
3173f0fd6b23e5a45851f13fe8266996
bef0a12b5fd07317cfdfcee2dbfe76567361f343
'2011-06-30T18:44:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53902' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1308' 'sip-files00319.pro'
b103244533978099129e1749c719d417
47c0edb5dfb7a88baf37ee65f2a7e7c55f47020a
'2011-06-30T18:50:39-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:43-04:00'
virus check
'55579' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1309' 'sip-files00320.pro'
f74cea537e45078dfe0516c33d166d06
88c3dd3dadac75cda27dd169f70798f65ba6138a
'2011-06-30T18:33:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'154252' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile131' 'sip-files00138.jpg'
b32d70b36c57b0ff274d2fbb84d8cd3c
7fd2c410280e5b84ac5a00d48f4e20302e3e6881
'2011-06-30T18:50:29-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:38-04:00'
virus check
'56312' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1310' 'sip-files00321.pro'
ca813d4b3f0984c0e51fe823a69b5a39
faaa974fb5d21b730122553551d01c475acd936d
'2011-06-30T18:39:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52908' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1311' 'sip-files00322.pro'
57bcc9c047a463d8974be66a5411ad6d
c1259eb39e8f821fb60b7ad32b09cc1c4b784f43
'2011-06-30T18:34:25-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:13-04:00'
virus check
'46736' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1312' 'sip-files00323.pro'
7d5efc5af8be80a1cb3c814829f7913b
822c8fc9022646ad7e1c432b34f4e04f88ff0b2b
'2011-06-30T18:49:25-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:09-04:00'
virus check
'55507' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1313' 'sip-files00324.pro'
4eee2539cfb8f419021ce9c2b6ecdab6
4536aa361763dc54b31ca8634907cf753eea6ce5
'2011-06-30T18:33:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:52-04:00'
virus check
'56911' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1314' 'sip-files00325.pro'
4cf35aa25bba93be60ce532969790a78
1dfaef241f1c902894c9037eea45f07c439794fb
describe
virus check
'56584' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1315' 'sip-files00326.pro'
a8bec87a34d566874c840bc2a593b978
b89fa0d3c9e6631ae88f7afe917c956b6bc3edf9
'2011-06-30T18:37:56-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:24-04:00'
virus check
'56736' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1316' 'sip-files00327.pro'
fe0889237665453fec535e1dcceb74bb
ae78bd1316e2c6cd28d2f2bbc773a3a0ed454bf6
'2011-06-30T18:34:53-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:20-04:00'
virus check
'54126' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1317' 'sip-files00328.pro'
233bbf834b7344b541f4877af6ef3eb1
eaf0bb64e884c900e91ea673a76f26af3f03b21b
'2011-06-30T18:36:44-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:57-04:00'
virus check
'54092' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1318' 'sip-files00329.pro'
e30d639cccc9eb23cb7d534458bcc60c
fb1f1f7c2e1a702a667355f6c9de54f61ce2940b
'2011-06-30T18:43:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'22390' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1319' 'sip-files00330.pro'
2bf83137d99c6d190d59102b3758ba8b
633fa12c3de3343ab68f4c36fb9e03329a274399
'2011-06-30T18:48:53-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:53-04:00'
virus check
'148329' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile132' 'sip-files00139.jpg'
8c9e1f2613122e15967949430e982456
593e762ec9f5772347f9c47f87a47056f04b83ad
'2011-06-30T18:35:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'62468' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1320' 'sip-files00331.pro'
5c897d59fba0d9102f5bebb3d337e0d1
6bb6a3af5843250c56e2920a6a0390bacea2bf64
describe
virus check
'66413' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1321' 'sip-files00332.pro'
345ae9f1f09c63d49cfdd207d6788fc2
00bb34e6ba5c763afcd00134bb3249e100bced1c
describe
virus check
'52364' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1322' 'sip-files00333.pro'
9776ca17618a46b8bf9d615669496e3d
8393e59a43e5c1fa96680a8b78ed2917b50c05b4
'2011-06-30T18:39:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'58248' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1323' 'sip-files00334.pro'
093d05a7dd3ca7253d710f1de9dc16ff
e3c6234a19c46add3f98ae16e07b12c5135e14bf
'2011-06-30T18:46:32-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:02-04:00'
virus check
'55952' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1324' 'sip-files00335.pro'
907c3961746266a1347f3408ff594dfc
fac0de26cdf32b41158f347e91bd2db6eb0c4012
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:01-04:00'
virus check
'52204' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1325' 'sip-files00336.pro'
28c1a6a25432311e8663b2c21ef97d70
188dc32ab1f424f5d91aecd824d980e34c98af86
'2011-06-30T18:51:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'58755' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1326' 'sip-files00337.pro'
21dd5ef96c43025273c1a8aa685040c4
9f24830356abf7138b6ee6aa7a7fad0415b83f09
'2011-06-30T18:50:10-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:30-04:00'
virus check
'46626' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1327' 'sip-files00338.pro'
76519c39e56742f25ea32ab3aad9d395
25e652429d053d317c9faf25005a67511f1877b0
'2011-06-30T18:35:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'62685' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1328' 'sip-files00339.pro'
85b1283975c2f29fde0dd49dddb49741
0782c0f0c6125e64c34256b20552ec7b8e559282
'2011-06-30T18:33:20-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:51-04:00'
virus check
'62993' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1329' 'sip-files00340.pro'
16e445f766aa20d56776b7bc8d614f6d
0744255eae23785d3f26917185be7e1898e6f321
'2011-06-30T18:36:06-04:00'
describe
virus check
'127296' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile133' 'sip-files00140.jpg'
959b7b5d08cc49aa18a2cd83b08ce699
73b14198df37cbc0346a8aaaf2df6a2c0004a652
'2011-06-30T18:33:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1330' 'sip-files00343.pro'
521450bf4ac4f83b7c8b522e73326368
fe9f4b25255f692536e37870e9ea0143abaadb76
'2011-06-30T18:37:17-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:11-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1331' 'sip-files00344.pro'
04b2a1ba86d46cfb9ae25e4891e273cf
b18a43518eed65183b87cd5f24e23815f0154e01
'2011-06-30T18:37:49-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:21-04:00'
virus check
'647' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1332' 'sip-files00345.pro'
15a0977b014a19c1d4d9c701393dd2f3
1624256586de1e42bc0788cea552844b865de3d5
'2011-06-30T18:51:39-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:12-04:00'
virus check
'149' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1333' 'sip-files00001.txt'
d34a414e00b8a996c129a3e19d21202f
fdd8eb262345c4b7eddd56b64d75d980c6d95d2c
'2011-06-30T18:52:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:24-04:00'
virus check
'167' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1334' 'sip-files00002.txt'
e762f64108811c3e5cc1bee9bd290185
1181b727e80248b041a44f49b1d03ae94071e7fd
'2011-06-30T18:42:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'458' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1335' 'sip-files00003.txt'
bbef742da065ebd6e1c20abe61db6934
5f0dee087e802fe52a7f830f3dc93836453abadb
'2011-06-30T18:32:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
'129' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1336' 'sip-files00005.txt'
e69f2a7ebbd4e6ecefcd67229fc04e57
313e03b82339564376dc8eb68274a1d5560625f6
'2011-06-30T18:45:04-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:21-04:00'
virus check
'466' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1337' 'sip-files00008.txt'
5b05b12723e54bb5c189708b088a1ed5
dcbb31d4d51ab99d89ec989c6260a55b49a30a0a
'2011-06-30T18:40:14-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:21-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
'592' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1338' 'sip-files00009.txt'
2710313ce04b602c9b3934b03a8c6e56
ac3cc75a2f076896a205c434ecd34f54f671aec2
'2011-06-30T18:35:11-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:26-04:00'
virus check
'754' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1339' 'sip-files00011.txt'
fe41046063fae70529e122328b51fcb1
010ee84be881e2c92a1c2833939eac0f9464cc7d
'2011-06-30T18:31:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'145354' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile134' 'sip-files00141.jpg'
2d04348cd6843e6ffbc7ba82ca847a52
15b95e346d06c4208491b85903d4b8a684746441
'2011-06-30T18:35:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:29-04:00'
virus check
'3' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1340' 'sip-files00012.txt'
bc949ea893a9384070c31f083ccefd26
cbb8391cb65c20e2c05a2f29211e55c49939c3db
'2011-06-30T18:36:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1231' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1341' 'sip-files00013.txt'
b0a206874652d2949a1a19ea26eb9545
c645dca16f93ff6badaf5d08b3ed5ef319096180
'2011-06-30T18:43:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1342' 'sip-files00014.txt'
bc949ea893a9384070c31f083ccefd26
cbb8391cb65c20e2c05a2f29211e55c49939c3db
'2011-06-30T18:35:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1365' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1343' 'sip-files00015.txt'
787fe761a940e24d5d40373bd7eb2cb3
1f88b5444a45560ab288f801625be244de2f34bd
'2011-06-30T18:50:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:35-04:00'
virus check
'782' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1344' 'sip-files00016.txt'
e0232bd97ef06e943716dc264f5e31c6
958810d7cf19daecca82f5e3c7195219fe77d6ad
'2011-06-30T18:41:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1353' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1345' 'sip-files00017.txt'
ff99f5ad4ba1843b4dc9ee9f8097f41c
22dfc8b12c52d064b605e053bbb16cdec48067bc
'2011-06-30T18:31:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:06-04:00'
virus check
'2162' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1346' 'sip-files00018.txt'
a17f965c78148f7931268a7b76394966
cb4e9c957ac34664896aee49cd0315e654adb13e
'2011-06-30T18:32:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:25-04:00'
virus check
'2282' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1347' 'sip-files00019.txt'
99e5805a2b733a9193f10c2e02cef821
d4a3df2069464a151f8cdadea1fa908bd81f0759
'2011-06-30T18:45:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2373' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1348' 'sip-files00020.txt'
c8d8b0f45316b2e3858f412daf7ce50a
fe096fbfe4ed44a3ea71611c8806bb127e7cd9ed
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:26-04:00'
virus check
'2137' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1349' 'sip-files00021.txt'
d2ef7a9b0922bbd8ffd23b88e6c92e2b
020fb025123e83989c0f04decc5c87000eab5817
describe
virus check
'153611' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile135' 'sip-files00142.jpg'
e00315cd2bc78803812ee8bac3f618dd
6c2d64951b425d19793fb70d080471a7b222caeb
describe
virus check
'2069' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1350' 'sip-files00022.txt'
8b60195b2ed2f932a36d2ff67e7f073d
cba9f082d0239f8063798c15b35433fc288c3772
'2011-06-30T18:33:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2133' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1351' 'sip-files00023.txt'
b4dfabebe2db65fd472ce9e497e4bf7f
68a9777a575b7dc997cefa0630c58bb45858823b
'2011-06-30T18:31:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2082' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1352' 'sip-files00024.txt'
fdc968f814269e559e2ecd47b9b0fb02
f7c2620a1f26f80b4c97ace50ff8b5529bba3d86
'2011-06-30T18:51:37-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:11-04:00'
virus check
'2170' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1353' 'sip-files00025.txt'
4dd4ca29dd5b1ec27b3ab65d81e25aa3
2101ba2a2ec4ff4ca255570e4c301cdd3e6e39b4
'2011-06-30T18:45:24-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:33-04:00'
virus check
'1775' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1354' 'sip-files00026.txt'
b65f89b8d688e57efa2fb18f04c9e07b
fb02ba46be98d6d541f842f13b48edf933aee3f8
'2011-06-30T18:42:20-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:11-04:00'
virus check
'2041' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1355' 'sip-files00027.txt'
d76d53cf6a32b63c85405b28969f309d
b34149dd4e9a0664ab6fb37d14eb2697ae088ad0
'2011-06-30T18:49:54-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:23-04:00'
virus check
'2092' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1356' 'sip-files00028.txt'
727c5064990d7fa932bf05555412bef1
e983df716efbfb8ffc16ed5bbf850c0fbc69ed46
'2011-06-30T18:50:02-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:26-04:00'
virus check
'2022' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1357' 'sip-files00029.txt'
34d47fc8983dded2c77636e21bd95cbd
61324ac13f318e2b8979f316d301978452140f3f
'2011-06-30T18:50:03-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:27-04:00'
virus check
'1962' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1358' 'sip-files00030.txt'
d22adf635f0c6abb457c022848d453c7
3d9e9f385512f767fa1baf2e5e2fba9966c413a7
'2011-06-30T18:31:43-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:14-04:00'
virus check
'1745' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1359' 'sip-files00031.txt'
cf346e6a3e73a53208b9a6ee67346080
fa22bdd1aeb386b94a9a18a18b7629b1496ae05a
'2011-06-30T18:39:42-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:07-04:00'
virus check
'142898' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile136' 'sip-files00143.jpg'
f9ec5debf042c085a1989707f8087b74
c811b70b86c7c69e5c183f9864fbedf706a91497
'2011-06-30T18:52:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2079' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1360' 'sip-files00032.txt'
dc3cf1e048e3edccac0556d1165bdcfc
222f11b305cbf045cfafb880943a3814e1ae6001
'2011-06-30T18:48:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'365' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1361' 'sip-files00033.txt'
2183a727e84d4754853de571ae8f4eab
aed63848c6a4f31d7b2f29e092354929e210a730
'2011-06-30T18:34:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
Invalid character
'2121' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1362' 'sip-files00035.txt'
633a6e8b641281276dfb138ec3d88d07
4780ce2dcfbfdd864d0ca592f25daa101bd0f67d
describe
virus check
'2132' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1363' 'sip-files00036.txt'
cb28a2e49d10ef591527f806e8cbf56e
be217c5a844f67285af1281d34d05115bdda97d8
'2011-06-30T18:46:30-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:01-04:00'
virus check
'2138' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1364' 'sip-files00037.txt'
128eac1ac7442ca9afe6049726b82e4e
39546dcf5b318a01687eb0235affddd19ff94601
'2011-06-30T18:34:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2115' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1365' 'sip-files00038.txt'
cbf91b1e3f9dcc9d13e73dc3810c8e03
f22a870e4ce109512010201084736c479e956410
'2011-06-30T18:39:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'288' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1366' 'sip-files00039.txt'
9209cf4f6de53c8d8fbd1a8071ca2e6f
59db83e0e2de7494ec08e62db83731ddae938c2a
describe
virus check
'2100' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1367' 'sip-files00041.txt'
0876a300eff87741828afac854488853
33faba8bac218194e8044686f49314af996c1e99
describe
virus check
'2106' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1368' 'sip-files00042.txt'
1fedc6f248906f966e4f1328a4b2c4aa
cfd8bf614cc2328867317a79caa723e06c148acc
'2011-06-30T18:32:01-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:21-04:00'
virus check
'2135' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1369' 'sip-files00043.txt'
002b5633ee35c879b1cd0af287dec6d9
3285dce1c960c15cc0d934d52de79557a8213118
describe
virus check
'160738' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile137' 'sip-files00144.jpg'
111423fea8d83bb3136573bbefb40016
6a75d5b2fd70557d05225126a90b9c14acc0ab0d
describe
virus check
'1985' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1370' 'sip-files00044.txt'
d4019d7c80629e95f8ba392dd657cbc0
56cf6aba6bd575b33b85b88060478f379c302085
'2011-06-30T18:32:34-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:36-04:00'
virus check
'1885' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1371' 'sip-files00045.txt'
14241e20ce82249bf1563a4bb385e2c8
e8b1e859d92608eb8eefe228eada6c37552f67c4
'2011-06-30T18:52:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:31-04:00'
virus check
'2111' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1372' 'sip-files00046.txt'
c4be69b18884d2f553c0b1ca1942ce78
7d0b0dee9dbf601c882dc5bfe70e3d0f13a8ad7f
'2011-06-30T18:36:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2152' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1373' 'sip-files00047.txt'
dc84c149e82888524576ebc2c3689ba3
2a090bacafb48eb8d870497f1a70bd690bb10182
'2011-06-30T18:31:51-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:17-04:00'
virus check
'2116' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1374' 'sip-files00048.txt'
9d9189c4c6920c32491971fbf25e26e5
1da20d3445d7ecd71331bd2f220c1a2142cc07b6
'2011-06-30T18:40:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
Invalid character
'2093' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1375' 'sip-files00049.txt'
79e610ea1329b71cb3bc1c29f0220165
e1eee7b82a00ddece77a6c2db7d71bc456e79d09
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1376' 'sip-files00050.txt'
3947f5253d167c4d25dde5d4242b870c
1e9c7a4f0baebeea2c11d60d4bd49ac2ce15df95
'2011-06-30T18:48:18-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:40-04:00'
virus check
'2140' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1377' 'sip-files00051.txt'
44dcf800764078fa48f79de21bc054e2
0e57c47668f263e76099338f3ac4ebce58992ef5
'2011-06-30T18:38:32-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:36-04:00'
virus check
'2117' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1378' 'sip-files00052.txt'
e88b58be4c4c530de005e0d01b67563f
8654247102ed812e298e10781bcd3546fba43ddf
'2011-06-30T18:42:30-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:15-04:00'
virus check
'2109' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1379' 'sip-files00053.txt'
b9f2c3ce2aa6ecf40775e8a82f9fe2ee
d0e5bf29675afdc29c395253750456788a8411bb
describe
virus check
'144456' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile138' 'sip-files00145.jpg'
e6e0985cf72177817ce34213f815252c
1282b1986d4bb7e2cca98a7c72ccac7463610dfb
'2011-06-30T18:37:00-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:03-04:00'
virus check
'2181' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1380' 'sip-files00054.txt'
de51a59c1d6f77be24697ea5e80bfa0a
4741e7d16e62429d397cb55526a1e495edad6eaa
'2011-06-30T18:39:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2125' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1381' 'sip-files00055.txt'
688f88814c13f9b0a9c6f1a068b5326e
8409bec294777083f9f2dc9b24bf39c041d44dc8
'2011-06-30T18:41:13-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:41-04:00'
virus check
'2060' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1382' 'sip-files00056.txt'
e1f02980832e7a9f007afa579bc24246
fd1cd99307915a7f4366d69ff4ef5e0d90581cf5
describe
virus check
'2037' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1383' 'sip-files00057.txt'
e298375ff059845099c1706bc611bccb
0f207cdc3a1835ea65bde4c57cff567f3ada0e81
'2011-06-30T18:46:08-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:54-04:00'
virus check
'2061' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1384' 'sip-files00058.txt'
667b3c2ee7159139c6c8dc9b5cd26155
429279561af486ef62d28985272421603878d5bf
'2011-06-30T18:37:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2070' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1385' 'sip-files00059.txt'
8a504d57e8ebcc0aebb6d4dda582ab4c
b7674794155f6ea65b9c68ff5e614fb88543e9a6
'2011-06-30T18:44:56-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:18-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1386' 'sip-files00060.txt'
7abe1d10ba538668a5baba3ed35eaab9
a489bf658d0535d948d97679e5beb0dbd3f46659
'2011-06-30T18:35:53-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:42-04:00'
virus check
'2118' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1387' 'sip-files00061.txt'
246b99ac9d84a8508ee8b77e7518bb03
c026680c8c6c364e2afa7f01ebe95ad3bc3fb0cd
'2011-06-30T18:50:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1830' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1388' 'sip-files00062.txt'
453bd06302ac84257b88f5f35d4033e1
dc3c294c31169e5aad1d431e8e902d84a53b63a1
'2011-06-30T18:39:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1389' 'sip-files00063.txt'
5d8ceee9b061e9dfa9e6eb333de89e30
50dac917ea24d2d41d9772574057b629e2ea8766
'2011-06-30T18:46:01-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:51-04:00'
virus check
'125473' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile139' 'sip-files00146.jpg'
761fa87cc322de8a9956fc3b01bc039c
af38788d6413d3736fb792ab2aa8826e908ea95a
describe
virus check
'2075' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1390' 'sip-files00064.txt'
94eb72757b3388134de01d4bfbc662d3
78060c2e75dea678d821b9eeb16fed9075613b08
'2011-06-30T18:39:28-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:02-04:00'
virus check
'2021' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1391' 'sip-files00065.txt'
4b293acecad4380334ecb1e670c97cd8
bb389950aa97713c3c41bd1b2a4a3083c885a2f5
'2011-06-30T18:38:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2049' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1392' 'sip-files00066.txt'
655c5c582d3a8e4dd2eba511f704a792
c6120192c308813eb30967c3bacb7eee0e47136d
'2011-06-30T18:36:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:02-04:00'
virus check
'2080' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1393' 'sip-files00067.txt'
6fd0363c71538422218e62fb9093542c
923363f4b12a7db751d5448da3d6693ec0d45052
'2011-06-30T18:36:15-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:48-04:00'
virus check
'2112' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1394' 'sip-files00068.txt'
8319b551f237b868ecd7969cc7cd0779
41cd65009e1521c04468320803f34d3543923003
'2011-06-30T18:35:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
Invalid character
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1395' 'sip-files00069.txt'
30545ebe86769efcb0d4b25a946b1301
293471c542a55e430c159269b7de61917893bad2
'2011-06-30T18:47:34-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:24-04:00'
virus check
'1979' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1396' 'sip-files00070.txt'
cf3a30b5ea2c1ee1dc78031488442788
4b59fd6e3021c649a795af47607c1570bd6240ad
'2011-06-30T18:44:37-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:11-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1397' 'sip-files00071.txt'
53910d78564547f883a1aa3a6050ee92
589f485393dbe42a99b39a57f04e6ba26b7c60c5
'2011-06-30T18:38:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2097' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1398' 'sip-files00072.txt'
3a40fc564f758854b983546cb3f138ea
9c31046739cd8d91d61036d1ef4f38594a55a072
'2011-06-30T18:35:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:38-04:00'
virus check
'1150' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1399' 'sip-files00073.txt'
3fb53326ac35b509a1976bb761224322
38b26b7c4437ab6dbda3571ad6c91434303c18cf
describe
virus check
'149262' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile14' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
8d7fb3cb12b93602c870d87c26deed05
14383fa072ee33cc262b425ca5c1d1508462811c
'2011-06-30T18:31:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'141810' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile140' 'sip-files00147.jpg'
22747fabb0e6cc24c732b4c117de56a2
d2ca9b3aa22c5a4b355c2224f3a1aad699e138be
'2011-06-30T18:50:47-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:46-04:00'
virus check
'1200' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1400' 'sip-files00074.txt'
b7419545dd859400797b77c62618b4f2
665e855f30411d912b1ee4e4deb96ae62d7a63dc
describe
virus check
'2000' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1401' 'sip-files00075.txt'
730513b91c73d205f64f6a13e5763f53
4b107f270144987ec829020f00232dc0b44026cd
'2011-06-30T18:45:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2013' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1402' 'sip-files00076.txt'
d8d792af396094b3977aac366739b359
8f8495562f0ab67bf8339a1e727bc9d2a2c03693
'2011-06-30T18:38:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2127' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1403' 'sip-files00077.txt'
e651fe161051ede18a4c46179e43b2a2
02eaf928fb1fc545ca50db56714edbb4414964c1
'2011-06-30T18:48:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2028' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1404' 'sip-files00078.txt'
77901e40e1ab70780bb5aa792d186c3a
ccabfd9d5550be01f4cb223081c443675b476e2c
'2011-06-30T18:48:08-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:36-04:00'
virus check
'2063' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1405' 'sip-files00079.txt'
a2225992e0f9744180eeaf984583c85a
1f80906d455b601bb76cf8dd137cf41b479984e8
'2011-06-30T18:40:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2054' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1406' 'sip-files00080.txt'
292788a7dbe5de26f39382beec413c42
1fc7ce829d666d29b291972b384b6a3688b639ee
'2011-06-30T18:36:46-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:58-04:00'
virus check
'2149' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1407' 'sip-files00081.txt'
be8970d15555ca15ac234e7462b36e24
7ba7dfabe31ead83caea5f8b869a0fd3614775aa
'2011-06-30T18:45:30-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:39-04:00'
virus check
'2091' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1408' 'sip-files00082.txt'
ba3ab9ffe415be3992f12ef6a53450da
128d80412765fa53c176d8effc9545a7325b690e
'2011-06-30T18:45:53-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:48-04:00'
virus check
'1996' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1409' 'sip-files00083.txt'
3aeacf808dc74ca129f1617b1de78cf2
3c21bb3135d783959f91dfde1f6d25be0ba4315f
'2011-06-30T18:46:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'127947' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile141' 'sip-files00148.jpg'
7f8eb15c029f4dfe256c561e3a8b7389
5b3fa0b61b5ef72aeb700aa8baf831aaa95df8d0
describe
virus check
'1779' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1410' 'sip-files00084.txt'
855abeac642b31d21b6b782faf6ec6ca
fd1dc43ca3507a8d91ea025698e1a161d1d905f1
'2011-06-30T18:33:39-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:57-04:00'
virus check
'1998' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1411' 'sip-files00085.txt'
8976710ac953c62a5d56e366d97912df
01d837e1743432bb693ae723a8c2536a86d17aaa
'2011-06-30T18:35:51-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:41-04:00'
virus check
'2072' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1412' 'sip-files00086.txt'
93fd66a112d8922896ba89b2fb5b7612
495d70aba4a75eba70c77e8579befcdbaeae5368
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1413' 'sip-files00087.txt'
000a94cbbe74ee650308cd9fc28c3af8
1f80636aa85674781e0988747da04dd45ea06f5d
'2011-06-30T18:40:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2058' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1414' 'sip-files00088.txt'
a790267b8ed6727924c42863ca0fd155
10c867779015f75b38cbbeedd917d89e71f4983d
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1415' 'sip-files00089.txt'
9dd187ce3b9bbe02100a8f1dde2e5845
6a89bf5fb8295c566aa5f1ccbe19ce186748b0a7
'2011-06-30T18:41:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2130' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1416' 'sip-files00090.txt'
b5ce5d7fc51d9a0221bf946097072310
694135755d79e913ee5c29c263d557765e721a41
describe
virus check
'2099' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1417' 'sip-files00091.txt'
a62916504925730e68c1af00be96e0a6
22c90529ecf6dd5d61d5bd39283ac81d4a2c0d06
'2011-06-30T18:50:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:34-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1418' 'sip-files00092.txt'
01261e3f04c67d5d15c041589c545022
51fda83f3384909df28a0aa845c7a179f1a3fdfd
'2011-06-30T18:34:09-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:08-04:00'
virus check
'1848' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1419' 'sip-files00093.txt'
da73a3332d8d7699ade84ea6144a9d55
c717bb9b8483c8345a09c81a14581bec63038e46
describe
virus check
'134000' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile142' 'sip-files00149.jpg'
620e983f8eacf417881f4e978b7b0951
ca130f958f559c2376faf6bab21abee3cee892e2
describe
virus check
'1828' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1420' 'sip-files00094.txt'
34880699e8e846a1b34d778bbeed6345
6c8efb60140e5429f49a10bf05483728f972cb33
'2011-06-30T18:48:29-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:44-04:00'
virus check
'2153' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1421' 'sip-files00095.txt'
7ff8aa2552b4e12996eb554d87ac5be6
e9deb4ca2f0563e0dbc465e9f86442a96194be39
'2011-06-30T18:36:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2089' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1422' 'sip-files00096.txt'
e0dc4d6645afe10520038ab74f4dcb6b
5443d41e65a183eeed102437e02eedd6daae38da
'2011-06-30T18:42:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:20-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1423' 'sip-files00097.txt'
e2faeb99ae1789f9ac41375c6529c32c
f05c515fff84deeec8ccb8055ed34f1f200a2abf
'2011-06-30T18:40:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1424' 'sip-files00098.txt'
1db2bf1f88d05c72fd440219c17e509b
de416a63da254bb988836c16bdebc4088a45b68b
'2011-06-30T18:31:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1425' 'sip-files00099.txt'
60fff80a7dd087e185fcbbc91a527633
8fd02c2b7f0879bb1ffb8a1e93d93b541194fc82
'2011-06-30T18:52:10-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:25-04:00'
virus check
'2156' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1426' 'sip-files00100.txt'
79ecdca1d6f73aa32367d7fa593e7d10
c99949cf8dd8d3714ee88bec323214e7b8207c57
'2011-06-30T18:34:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2057' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1427' 'sip-files00101.txt'
d8e58afef6edb0221019d46d8e3820c7
8ef05b6b9fd52cec6b9a3682b3f9780637291a32
'2011-06-30T18:48:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:56-04:00'
virus check
'2123' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1428' 'sip-files00102.txt'
f022c54d017ca82afcf8cd03fc7b3196
3178b1e31ae9923cec37ff0e9f033266adbb30ed
'2011-06-30T18:49:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1740' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1429' 'sip-files00103.txt'
4039103817b77c4c1b7cd7d5979592aa
0adebd1fa0e3c8a06071d091e2f7384988e872f6
describe
virus check
'148307' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile143' 'sip-files00150.jpg'
04d054ca6b2e64f6c832860c1b8c8dd5
46cc13f4b185e234490107e70fe2460eb6b2d2e4
describe
virus check
'2035' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1430' 'sip-files00104.txt'
6b5db7253bc8a54616454d75c16c02ea
c8d1c2347701624303562543825b5985457967cc
'2011-06-30T18:39:13-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:57-04:00'
virus check
'2139' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1431' 'sip-files00105.txt'
011be08db728d2d09cc7a0eaef1282f2
b3664492ad63749b2a205418ba28d088ca36c21f
'2011-06-30T18:37:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:25-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1432' 'sip-files00106.txt'
9e98d631f7aa55850710fff80a99f5bc
90c032cba4206aa1802ed1ddc153a27f3ec3ab0b
'2011-06-30T18:48:25-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:42-04:00'
virus check
'2114' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1433' 'sip-files00107.txt'
f48ab8ca6eac0b47f18b5b88e3703917
d7a4d90387e42a760173eb25359b3c73d3ac5140
'2011-06-30T18:35:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2043' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1434' 'sip-files00108.txt'
6964be2e4d1ab55149a91a899b8c7a5e
187b987694695f181135c0c53506de5eabe66e24
'2011-06-30T18:49:52-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:22-04:00'
virus check
'1774' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1435' 'sip-files00109.txt'
297bbffebf043afc0c12e2f3e8f1f9e4
c420d0134292f0547fe7c0a68935dae10a94b7ac
'2011-06-30T18:52:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2159' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1436' 'sip-files00110.txt'
10178aa88bc0f36f6ea61aab92741cf0
bd4a7ee1872c00dee58fe715e94c1730fc9769ae
describe
virus check
'2101' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1437' 'sip-files00111.txt'
ac78015a46e084bc6c4161b5f568012d
5828d13c5b3b0a0bb4ce2cd23e6e544c81d8c757
describe
virus check
'2104' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1438' 'sip-files00112.txt'
dce48a9332518365ac08654d7a8f8094
e58659d5421504ac976c602cc0d281b177b84659
'2011-06-30T18:33:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1439' 'sip-files00113.txt'
22379c390cad09086cc9ec7b43bed8ad
48ae985365a3206bca0182783284a6d03ac50f11
describe
virus check
'141070' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile144' 'sip-files00151.jpg'
94836a6498703e985632054e4ba7ef1d
aa83cceeabced9ae1167c551860b7d6d8ee3ec1e
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1440' 'sip-files00114.txt'
d16112789d3e6e559231fa06b6e5ad85
b2744009d16263fad2fa53f75a285d0e97e5775d
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1441' 'sip-files00115.txt'
594cad0e5afd745b3315fce3908a5812
a54992d1168ba381604fb89e6bb5577ceb07f7fe
'2011-06-30T18:42:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2128' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1442' 'sip-files00116.txt'
157183565e671eaa609fa08c52d74ad8
c13e9daa4a254d3480b584e05520e361e600e736
'2011-06-30T18:31:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:05-04:00'
virus check
'236' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1443' 'sip-files00117.txt'
9360ef68abb8516847ef937e5560a26a
11880297f90040179fe726dce915f496b6cc4401
'2011-06-30T18:41:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:39-04:00'
virus check
'1773' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1444' 'sip-files00119.txt'
e781a5d17740a7cfd3c472968a808a86
a338286088963e98d385de17dee4a4ce56ca174f
'2011-06-30T18:37:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2103' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1445' 'sip-files00120.txt'
ef9b4589a0d22b9dab61d540e3cc7c5b
533a38c951f79bdfd002498cd2874d23e9729f94
'2011-06-30T18:49:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1446' 'sip-files00121.txt'
2ce4eb665a4a5838fb6900b7d286cfff
deda65d32b11a14b2f113700650f7cfcda2a5aca
'2011-06-30T18:32:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1447' 'sip-files00122.txt'
b163e05dc7dbfe14db4afecfe4ba4272
dd30fb2bd13e2bab8c80ece99b9a9ebaaecd35b4
'2011-06-30T18:50:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2053' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1448' 'sip-files00123.txt'
7f566e14fac4f631a9e7a61660122314
a79454a30dccd2c22edeeb61a893cff4433a3700
'2011-06-30T18:41:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2044' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1449' 'sip-files00124.txt'
c85146009b43af80d13d22e4bef88a81
f42833d94c51203d21be43dd2abb6e08539794be
'2011-06-30T18:44:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'150369' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile145' 'sip-files00152.jpg'
d30dd01b737f824e1dd363d3c438aa6c
54479f69da6edcd98924faced944166f4173c7b7
'2011-06-30T18:46:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2015' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1450' 'sip-files00125.txt'
69a83c083f92ccea1d5a949c537e099f
881b2a54a0e7d8f30dd46487e1d32da3f6e27e15
'2011-06-30T18:39:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2098' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1451' 'sip-files00126.txt'
334340f2ac39421003f29afe33c29b6f
eb98411b17768a98fccbe849c61f4ff9e77cea51
'2011-06-30T18:38:39-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:39-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1452' 'sip-files00127.txt'
3dad1969eac25d21dcbb08ccae46c757
ec12d06404df5805099a77ac2790e4744c66bf01
'2011-06-30T18:50:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1453' 'sip-files00128.txt'
53e097796c60bb938f74bbc8c06dec0b
8a895eb58bacddae450c8f21dc008b196951248b
describe
virus check
'2086' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1454' 'sip-files00129.txt'
df49485655503f2c85cbd85c6e2183ca
a273f58e5e09f96fb716539230efa37f132e02e6
'2011-06-30T18:37:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2045' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1455' 'sip-files00130.txt'
dfb9a97b041ef5c4c3ff1e148cefbed9
f74791cb010eec6cb55a0f0d2713cac0c07a1b39
describe
virus check
'2085' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1456' 'sip-files00131.txt'
f6da29610573dbd8ec8f3ddd111a0e68
881f6138d2f7cc2ce02e627fd0ae0a01a0e22466
'2011-06-30T18:31:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2073' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1457' 'sip-files00132.txt'
56c90295dd6a8d3b5725e1073813ff83
787eaeb57d57f5b6a3f939d8f9ef2cea270d6e74
'2011-06-30T18:36:33-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:54-04:00'
virus check
'2143' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1458' 'sip-files00133.txt'
356ef9104f7f06755d70330328b34621
a29a5b08eebbe2636b21eb1f2336f3fafafffca3
describe
virus check
'2068' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1459' 'sip-files00134.txt'
7569221ca034f8f6b87256406c58dc75
6825ac3b88b22f7fc1bc073affbd7238b880474d
'2011-06-30T18:31:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'143877' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile146' 'sip-files00153.jpg'
d753924eb903f27fa0659d623389a864
21f2a955f7e0eb744a70bf60a1fade7251ae801a
'2011-06-30T18:32:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2102' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1460' 'sip-files00135.txt'
463417ec3a5df2e87e8839389e501446
b7e53e01135caef3fc274ef077b8a33bfdb198bf
'2011-06-30T18:35:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1461' 'sip-files00136.txt'
779aacae75891a44d5ef85ce964618b7
21357f80346a8e6bbcf7d10e4379896ec67d2da6
'2011-06-30T18:31:28-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:09-04:00'
virus check
'2094' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1462' 'sip-files00137.txt'
c5c00b21dc84f8fe5bf8a16cadbba275
828e9a1c0c58613b2f3b8c0ecdbca2995c1cf757
'2011-06-30T18:47:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2095' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1463' 'sip-files00138.txt'
4f973b74f102e2715550f013da252e48
07ad92e4b095a7273eed60689fa3c8e9fdd14d6a
'2011-06-30T18:44:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:20-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1464' 'sip-files00139.txt'
2bee40597670b65a6e92f7950a3be64d
a46a1d91e057cf7bbaef8c08a648a1e33bd818c5
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:52-04:00'
virus check
'1771' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1465' 'sip-files00140.txt'
9e07eca6b2edb58252f34cab2751b5bd
bef70d426ae86b7acda52808cbe276a04193f0eb
'2011-06-30T18:40:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2040' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1466' 'sip-files00141.txt'
9dbe16559f068de2de09f08fa390247d
2e2f4eeffcc58ef97a56ff8424c66aa34cc9b8c4
'2011-06-30T18:39:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2066' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1467' 'sip-files00142.txt'
7fc27d031e3267238ce5f3856ed28832
c685ed1898b71417399757c8d3110d9c869ca646
'2011-06-30T18:36:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2078' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1468' 'sip-files00143.txt'
4965d579c356cf864cd045f083c25e37
c59ebbc221df98c06c60dfa568eb22e6ec233e30
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1469' 'sip-files00144.txt'
3c4629d60e1d45019c4615bad5d97d05
39d30dd7f958e4a257f359a33c65f822b99bded7
describe
virus check
'155619' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile147' 'sip-files00154.jpg'
7f3d2b9840bb285878daf2731148e965
5bff4db4448c32bdb203e97741a8ea648ad50138
'2011-06-30T18:36:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1470' 'sip-files00145.txt'
087fd6431793dd3f069be0c3f494d11a
019c367a4e771e2cc7a624c88d5871badb274094
'2011-06-30T18:50:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2059' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1471' 'sip-files00146.txt'
2d5b33dc4db2f04da4ba520b4588de7d
07d539a2005ebef56ec565d08ea47a0f99296360
'2011-06-30T18:33:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2005' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1472' 'sip-files00147.txt'
242567ae772e772b0450390612b807f8
0adae4c5945fcdadb2d308cf0a8b356529029da5
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:38-04:00'
virus check
'1864' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1473' 'sip-files00148.txt'
130f7a3b40283c0b82954557110f2f79
d10c6ae5735b56b250739fbc87be2f650a58441e
'2011-06-30T18:50:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2239' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1474' 'sip-files00149.txt'
2a58464344ea8275a607df1ff3115c3a
a7838cb9e6879bd6291c283e42a0146160bd2569
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1475' 'sip-files00150.txt'
4042a332039441c70761a1037f82fe4e
0ad83888e56c3a0b38a09e15873a3c1855cd6f93
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1476' 'sip-files00151.txt'
04f1d31c8cfc02b3941291ea45543cd7
2023ce0414df79a107cec2dc2a62ee4128b333d7
'2011-06-30T18:35:06-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1477' 'sip-files00152.txt'
79f47dc0c814569d4e9535ff908ee42d
51b679afad740a9b4bd1354dd15ffbd92f92c2d0
'2011-06-30T18:34:00-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:05-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1478' 'sip-files00153.txt'
b08be527105db4352538a51ac80f5f8f
37752037e980c4dc48b485e310b9ab0659cf7b35
'2011-06-30T18:36:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2122' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1479' 'sip-files00154.txt'
2b847e508d4b25c22af699a0c15f201a
65e5ba62e373b2061a5254245c3a678807d00ba6
describe
virus check
'73211' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile148' 'sip-files00155.jpg'
305f1495b6cf06f82887971ee063e989
d2ef6aa40e3390fb73072304b33fdc5464cb89b3
'2011-06-30T18:41:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:44-04:00'
virus check
'538' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1480' 'sip-files00155.txt'
c584dceebbc517d97f031f05461be103
b96ac8ded184bca9b31919001d12057f03d84bd3
'2011-06-30T18:45:42-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:44-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1481' 'sip-files00157.txt'
b10eed58f69404b60c73d9213ea2b750
46bb19b16ef439502cc47f42b7821444f6ded2c4
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1482' 'sip-files00158.txt'
6647fd6c5c1985285e2eea05883938fd
340fe39f75fe38489baf5cb9972e1764249a6958
'2011-06-30T18:33:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1851' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1483' 'sip-files00159.txt'
683a35244e06e493b3ed469abab1b51f
62e44753a21ed7354ea7271b8b27f86fb5f25708
'2011-06-30T18:49:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2065' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1484' 'sip-files00160.txt'
6847959b024bea0fbd7f480b6cfbdc92
899e0e222e4f54c92d298ad3e950b9d0e3dc6aac
'2011-06-30T18:42:57-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:28-04:00'
virus check
'2108' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1485' 'sip-files00161.txt'
8b2f7f716c388a78651c89e9fe36fea5
ee2b75732c07cd16d7af6ead4591ee6ea7b23617
'2011-06-30T18:45:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1486' 'sip-files00162.txt'
2a487fdcec01fc7dfc4c28a170bfd7c8
5689bc20e683f7c5ef348315bd697277e2c54824
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1487' 'sip-files00163.txt'
4f1d7d9e52452196230852595bf01ab5
8906936bba963abaa7066f9fca3fbc5201b7eac2
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1488' 'sip-files00164.txt'
ecb575a8834cbeace7a5e99a4786e02d
cc93f457988251a1a7f0fd6d749134aa2eb2cba3
'2011-06-30T18:37:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1991' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1489' 'sip-files00165.txt'
cd216219d59d003453787e57e43a7000
c020cc2af51e7faa73741f24655f8a862f30b9ed
'2011-06-30T18:42:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'146150' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile149' 'sip-files00157.jpg'
a228c2ac6925e95fa22e06593de6efe7
71af9ca0436cfc185e875816522c78325df95bff
'2011-06-30T18:43:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2062' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1490' 'sip-files00166.txt'
4ccf3a57d16ae0f6e9a53e6a52cb4e1f
028103a7948174da3058f75e10602595fdb03a7a
describe
virus check
'553' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1491' 'sip-files00167.txt'
1ab71685d87ceaaf4456a23d6b75e147
e44eb91cd9dae9e845bb355ce33dc354dd4e739b
describe
virus check
Invalid character
'2126' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1492' 'sip-files00169.txt'
0e0db7fc589263166fe4f20c7467433f
60c3cf125a3e3ac297b9a75cc13702889f885d83
'2011-06-30T18:49:48-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:20-04:00'
virus check
'1770' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1493' 'sip-files00170.txt'
7f273e01bed40b1d523a320a06e97593
df3386a09d3dd359cccf1cc11908925d1e66a301
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1494' 'sip-files00171.txt'
758c30698c196012355c6507d42feff9
0a63ed1530d1bcb1082a6e812fedf048b133fb17
describe
virus check
'2071' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1495' 'sip-files00172.txt'
f349e51956c8c3138687739e438b7c90
3534b5502e911c708f1295b3f756553ab25c38e7
'2011-06-30T18:51:07-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:56-04:00'
virus check
'1894' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1496' 'sip-files00173.txt'
321678e13da839020e8b7aac0d823103
06ea57cf8ed6ed22af7f572e05a76ea2defc4973
'2011-06-30T18:40:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1497' 'sip-files00174.txt'
049c9ceb395f8a9c7e691456695e16fe
984b0f7b64c58da83ad6f6acaa30ca5a60b97121
'2011-06-30T18:42:07-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:04-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1498' 'sip-files00175.txt'
834556a9dc9c426094bb526ce3f2a920
2e47d30b4ae165f54d5b6ee904dc58234f3ba025
'2011-06-30T18:44:15-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:02-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1499' 'sip-files00176.txt'
5f9456089b42a641939226e7d4e2be96
d55342a2a5d8299ab0d235af961b74d3af8935e7
'2011-06-30T18:52:53-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:45-04:00'
virus check
'126108' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile15' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
5975d6ae8214efd9ea2ca3d0d7e69aa6
dc20c0742329f5cd9596ecf8b61a37ef7e145d90
'2011-06-30T18:52:47-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:42-04:00'
virus check
'155180' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile150' 'sip-files00158.jpg'
d4707d28c5fea50f1278efc6ac98d663
4373610602dea1057053b9468875f79036a5924f
describe
virus check
'2129' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1500' 'sip-files00177.txt'
96648c0d8014f3351a9267c60abb0b64
cf887c75248adfb290170e5cc4559210cfea93b3
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1501' 'sip-files00178.txt'
c6ee28d37ed468cbfd714038268e8ce0
9c6dcfda64116e94f1a802c40419a5e6104a6890
'2011-06-30T18:52:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'373' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1502' 'sip-files00179.txt'
cec5c9607f246bd66bc55b35da561a5c
9c9df5ef26275dd17dcbe397418939ba08453697
'2011-06-30T18:47:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1503' 'sip-files00181.txt'
8e2fb8ff236afad4c2acfca7e29799e5
1bdff2880d805064f4d2f3e9c483758be4d23af1
'2011-06-30T18:47:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1333' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1504' 'sip-files00182.txt'
ba0e4ccc005aa5337d964fd36dfc11a7
42982d2b9eed4318ef1ec235e20f1375a5fa2333
'2011-06-30T18:31:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1140' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1505' 'sip-files00183.txt'
76e97814ade005439de857fbd83b4dcc
8e8f91d65d0bcafcf8b9a8ec26c87326893b2e4c
describe
virus check
'1999' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1506' 'sip-files00184.txt'
73189b4d5abded07ee66439c9fbc1b8e
0856c16b2e35c3196b0756aec1301f001597739c
'2011-06-30T18:43:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2014' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1507' 'sip-files00185.txt'
263492e645136c77bc731ce6880a456b
9285435c5840c1a53a9268c230a8361007ad5108
'2011-06-30T18:34:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2241' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1508' 'sip-files00186.txt'
a235dc369799b0972c1f1ba73697c683
0cead5e1370682887a4dc9f1670802f4810e5538
describe
virus check
'2120' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1509' 'sip-files00187.txt'
3de275f4eb466199fead2a5814ed97a8
62bc801e16b8496faec345d0ce8e0093d4d4cbfc
'2011-06-30T18:43:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'130102' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile151' 'sip-files00159.jpg'
1c6ad74505d99e1e059e2454514e4553
6769e57b56a02b0afbda4361fbbd3843ac3a559c
'2011-06-30T18:47:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2087' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1510' 'sip-files00188.txt'
9e7ff93200ac8c26b33d1954477de8e5
8c77b1b12bd514bb56d6f71aecdf438962b49240
describe
virus check
'2295' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1511' 'sip-files00189.txt'
dafd3acaa51d09b26c206c40ceecdcab
ece7edf54497d02262ec92df2979c1403e97629c
describe
virus check
'1752' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1512' 'sip-files00190.txt'
864ddf5e432e900d0ed840c9e28c8058
7c46d29460bab2e4938cb479e0027b148324cc15
'2011-06-30T18:42:46-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:22-04:00'
virus check
'1990' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1513' 'sip-files00191.txt'
652513cd67a1e7417aea44bf58c29038
6f8298b716135a0ed00f215eaad5c1f6d492c47e
'2011-06-30T18:36:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1514' 'sip-files00192.txt'
3b084e8b72fcca251b281989cd1637e6
eca8fe00b8bdaa7d8113f193dd80bd99fe4e8aef
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1515' 'sip-files00193.txt'
2b2c19c812282553c30f6a2ad5dd280f
39aa1238a512a44dc7d96579ba2dc6d282298df1
'2011-06-30T18:51:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:00-04:00'
virus check
'2192' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1516' 'sip-files00194.txt'
269ab0629ea360ee78da5ed40469fdfc
7b64f7ff9c58d55c264064649dafd97f1088ea4a
'2011-06-30T18:52:56-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:46-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1517' 'sip-files00195.txt'
56effd6f5f762367a47624377fa0bd6f
f1fe27e7eae0aa47385d0ad9077d5e59b3f21857
'2011-06-30T18:42:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:03-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1518' 'sip-files00196.txt'
9e3bb6e72ee26af6379162502c01e7cb
9dd8bc661d2fe8c33b7c64dd9c96aa93a02ded90
'2011-06-30T18:52:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1519' 'sip-files00197.txt'
65c8c2d4cd65df2ccfa2055495c2cb00
001c0e5a836e48231939fb41e5288aa6589f285d
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:37-04:00'
virus check
'150309' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile152' 'sip-files00160.jpg'
2911dc5bfe3ad75823ef61fc2619a687
b180c2e93dd5c7d6dc4ea74b4df885c88255a7e6
describe
virus check
'1800' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1520' 'sip-files00198.txt'
82e53481b00d294af0660511f8e6d55a
b0bf1c506857a2b6f5293dab9efdaae320417a39
'2011-06-30T18:52:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1521' 'sip-files00199.txt'
9bfab364e544c0f3617466b38f947bf7
20611f4ce844355b15eb84c3447cb2c59d17c6ea
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1522' 'sip-files00200.txt'
2898cdee0e6a67847bef9ce83c380cf9
e907f190e40a22c038d87431c0efc7cd34194507
'2011-06-30T18:43:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:46-04:00'
virus check
'2113' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1523' 'sip-files00201.txt'
67d368e9eec2f49d714ce3dddfc8be6b
4c3786ce2255864ee9c065041603e6826ad10eed
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1524' 'sip-files00202.txt'
9f5d95a346da34915908becefcc31308
207fa0493c1130d8a716c5919871159d0a839b0e
'2011-06-30T18:47:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:26-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1525' 'sip-files00203.txt'
9ba336cb3d8d0ff0e4bb036ec4e68764
ea935ed4628d86ae6bf24e0fa1faf4740b571104
'2011-06-30T18:43:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1526' 'sip-files00204.txt'
1f203fb396da230e64a7435758ced8b7
9e5af968ed10df4d71c82c96d047b51be82e495b
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1527' 'sip-files00205.txt'
4cbb18ca681a224d3697f6d822bf1723
5fad4a4f94a43443f05df02da48c44445426f9c2
'2011-06-30T18:43:32-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:43-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1528' 'sip-files00206.txt'
1c54f5daacd57a55ca72b82a35531a24
36772f8f0f7f6dd35627baeab6ffeb380687e11d
describe
virus check
'1736' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1529' 'sip-files00207.txt'
898fb18648b4a088540116cf50e63355
7b1a667fe9fec7a22bfd8e0b188d8e407e875a0c
'2011-06-30T18:35:05-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:24-04:00'
virus check
'146623' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile153' 'sip-files00161.jpg'
e8e9e294343c78af25189791223b7ce6
11c8474d637f6dc72b920ec56790b4fb9f96f439
describe
virus check
'2124' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1530' 'sip-files00208.txt'
29e64f59ef0f6ffc30ede8e7bd178677
f4a656e27a790488f577e4d0ec26f296fe2fbe69
describe
virus check
'2119' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1531' 'sip-files00209.txt'
f14aa73e645218f9acbfc0f2c3cff6f5
48c343198ce1dde81f654228530385f394faf5b6
'2011-06-30T18:31:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2001' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1532' 'sip-files00210.txt'
22fe7f9d87f491413d0853d419e331ec
d09bf31fcf06b476464ce55da58e129124c1a890
'2011-06-30T18:31:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2142' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1533' 'sip-files00211.txt'
6e794d9703f4c8997649bdddce18da6e
b8ae2ba8faa86d1d964a433062428624640070a1
'2011-06-30T18:39:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1534' 'sip-files00212.txt'
e9e42fdedf22e9e1729f30beddf03c43
983c9fcc7936eb4f41532a85930f752d0fa1477c
'2011-06-30T18:35:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1535' 'sip-files00213.txt'
0f73ec569271df271d6addfae7a782fb
480731141a57b691f027df3902cbba4cb55cb037
'2011-06-30T18:51:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1536' 'sip-files00214.txt'
990c29603ec302d58b034ab168d98ff5
b008f0c478426337f484df8e746bd3871c4a94bd
'2011-06-30T18:41:30-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:47-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1537' 'sip-files00215.txt'
039436913dadd39923d7367eb08ff97e
ce0a00fb67898d2368ccfc954931c2c933be0873
'2011-06-30T18:33:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:46-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1538' 'sip-files00216.txt'
c0035ec1cb6bf2cb05022ee806895959
12f07bc82f02fb1508831d081570d54b21f28369
'2011-06-30T18:51:08-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1539' 'sip-files00217.txt'
994c0509efd2bcd10b02f457fc653af5
6d37a93efe8d2c9aeefbf6f284b294b44bb9e463
describe
virus check
'132673' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile154' 'sip-files00162.jpg'
070f33360c0b6a4f2c8c8c53c7e82438
a03e5f5682e3773f13ae8567ef098a205da8ed9e
'2011-06-30T18:48:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1844' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1540' 'sip-files00218.txt'
338dfbb97ae96b49159e7d42d5f5e4ff
dca7fe150fc3c9a7b7dc4b73fbc42e22dc97fe38
describe
virus check
'1777' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1541' 'sip-files00219.txt'
0864538fdb6e3573a73d1f434f2bff8c
4743102c86f7603e1b600f12831be2684605c2a4
'2011-06-30T18:47:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1984' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1542' 'sip-files00220.txt'
af67f763f81998f27fa40d9d51c76645
2052ddb091a685629ae84b8f511962b37793ccc7
describe
virus check
'2052' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1543' 'sip-files00221.txt'
d0837fb29bdb495ab3820fed413cc60e
ac8f373f7fdaa66ca1e12834baeab9bd803f07b6
'2011-06-30T18:47:36-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:25-04:00'
virus check
'2032' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1544' 'sip-files00222.txt'
aaf4e5691b603d1b94019fe0d1318203
81186718e0d3e3a780fedf3e9d7a8249e7e45687
'2011-06-30T18:40:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2088' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1545' 'sip-files00223.txt'
cd05202aa70970aa13906af30d039efd
9cc438545691415122f556974d7061d711f6cd71
'2011-06-30T18:37:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1941' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1546' 'sip-files00224.txt'
73698f2de2e9a5f22da2e5faa728e0a7
e76df73fdd63ca0d2ec0f9d3c8ac968c68d7a769
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:26-04:00'
virus check
'2081' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1547' 'sip-files00225.txt'
afcf29157d57c86791ca2674f0b355f3
d7a8e11c12a4388e061adce01b23d040261fd4f8
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:13-04:00'
virus check
'1812' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1548' 'sip-files00226.txt'
48bd856fc082dd5bf34e8d284c39f699
9e2cfa3a4eb70145909becb4e092c40134b29933
'2011-06-30T18:32:29-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:34-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1549' 'sip-files00227.txt'
d74634c21d7fa9d41c543168796d48ea
2b0627422b54f6012ec1fb89f86d4ac36a76b882
'2011-06-30T18:34:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'144878' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile155' 'sip-files00163.jpg'
b7f66870ebf6ba1dbcec2bafb02fcb77
afce330ba371ffef89728a16aa3b743fb509021d
describe
virus check
'1970' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1550' 'sip-files00228.txt'
163ffbd62994efe3d63dbdc923bbf522
2d2c053f5b127defafd9930c34dc4a0d22e0576e
'2011-06-30T18:45:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2233' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1551' 'sip-files00229.txt'
b65dc288f828f40506cf85d4acac250f
80b1fed4401ada1a669237902b29e1a89be7ce75
describe
virus check
'2038' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1552' 'sip-files00230.txt'
ebe174ef0ff1d12f603868dabac16a72
07e252b5b013fffa2bf1b27c009cb836a377893a
'2011-06-30T18:44:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1553' 'sip-files00231.txt'
7b7011586428798216fcad947dc850b6
5db7cd995df8f8ffb678bc6cd19dd6e70ff764bb
'2011-06-30T18:50:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1554' 'sip-files00232.txt'
8d1419b8958ebc734940f717f339975f
894072fa80009ab484e6af253af57ab9c274454a
describe
virus check
'1785' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1555' 'sip-files00233.txt'
20d1c94f486d5f0e31d70cddaa895e35
cb3255a1709d86d436c9481dbf7220ef27a1d28b
'2011-06-30T18:37:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1556' 'sip-files00234.txt'
ba96b48707ce8f50b9a9128c6b61b6d9
fd2786b20ec509e7f68b301964d77f651f5a4d94
'2011-06-30T18:51:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1557' 'sip-files00235.txt'
0ce26e2ca7f11a940691c11fa7604522
21c2ad0e8f79381d54f3b2f0c0b1c5b8df73baf6
'2011-06-30T18:43:39-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:45-04:00'
virus check
'2020' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1558' 'sip-files00236.txt'
69a6f3b79a6d5196dce9badd18c8df17
fba6a81d63163bc1ebd70f6ee4ace839e8e248c8
'2011-06-30T18:52:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1559' 'sip-files00237.txt'
7826c00a1503373be6d0116e76c20a74
c9e4eca79ca16be471302812852beb9992b78aeb
'2011-06-30T18:37:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:18-04:00'
virus check
'158306' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile156' 'sip-files00164.jpg'
44c64e8a3ec501a9bf44e91d59780d4c
3c07a3e5d408e08a8d31ad5a95f206a08f1a3c29
describe
virus check
'2047' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1560' 'sip-files00238.txt'
2a8e531ed79241abaee8463aadeecf4f
c629b560b0f273a4cb87f004cc194be26f56798d
'2011-06-30T18:33:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1561' 'sip-files00239.txt'
58db2e875c83f7dececd904e4b5c9100
17f5a2d45556cd6fbc7978945fc8d051f203c5c5
'2011-06-30T18:45:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2042' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1562' 'sip-files00240.txt'
3835d1a30e87e248084a12cdb05199ce
875b09209f4605cbe6ad93f89183b9ef31896e4a
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:09-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1563' 'sip-files00241.txt'
8900458a81f5be6627f0b78be059ed60
85d093144a997b7542e2ba600de75e4aa9dab89d
'2011-06-30T18:32:11-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:26-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1564' 'sip-files00242.txt'
172718b6abb0fca9de5ccf927d8fbf94
6efae78bd367d5bbdd0eb86d4b90966dba421666
'2011-06-30T18:40:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1565' 'sip-files00243.txt'
4211cb026c04f0ac3102a16a560b09ed
060248882c4d6a00f887dafb716f5a9ca8149eb4
'2011-06-30T18:37:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1977' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1566' 'sip-files00244.txt'
7cce3b6a66e5613e78c8b6dd8e1f1a7e
6f7c27f70b591a5e8398c964adf069d6c6456b9f
'2011-06-30T18:50:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1567' 'sip-files00245.txt'
addea3b415a67640537bc0082d4ee804
84cb9758f6e15953ce88c4a869e5a0dd2f3ba802
describe
virus check
'2039' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1568' 'sip-files00246.txt'
5e6355c23abacdacd16b30eea334e2b1
a8f970223b9c45abbba5e40c80b79d1c3219ba0c
'2011-06-30T18:34:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2008' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1569' 'sip-files00247.txt'
b17b68930e456c347595d1867c7204aa
0c1ae02f11cfab141295171fb9a93c20b268e089
'2011-06-30T18:32:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'144102' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile157' 'sip-files00165.jpg'
1e6932f27810e76993f75e6d39947630
c654aac39aa533ecaf88ff0ab5028e6235fb6d63
'2011-06-30T18:41:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1570' 'sip-files00248.txt'
d51870d2ec6190a261604d041d86710b
a26cd0612752647818165e47e385cc7387850751
'2011-06-30T18:50:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1571' 'sip-files00249.txt'
0e313ee6fdfbb857fa5fd455468aeede
bb781dc67d2784a59c809b2ed67f5e3a7d62a07d
'2011-06-30T18:37:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1572' 'sip-files00250.txt'
ea55b890e5996b9178bf0d32d67c4a0a
acf9b81773e144644cc0cce4f4289a39237eb8f3
'2011-06-30T18:39:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1573' 'sip-files00251.txt'
7b6d13f5082bdcfeed451eb34b2477cd
34d3171ebeb8e76030d6c211e957ea1e35bd87f9
'2011-06-30T18:38:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1766' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1574' 'sip-files00252.txt'
a6882ec778501ecf3b47e3c988dbaf5b
febaf5baebfcaffca2a81ebb0895b944171000ee
'2011-06-30T18:48:16-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:39-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1575' 'sip-files00253.txt'
9fc57e09c8893efac27cc7443796be11
d5a023c3a7ac9c5c2b145307b84f6f828e5e02d3
describe
virus check
'1923' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1576' 'sip-files00254.txt'
97efa06e7fcafbbf6b8212e2ffc53fdb
3a4e1c9f189b6ea438cdfa488be52d432b414a2a
'2011-06-30T18:41:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1577' 'sip-files00255.txt'
85b5d34e4e794947b271b5db50916869
83cda3854767204c12068692c42b6364e75531a0
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1578' 'sip-files00256.txt'
c84fc3fa32e5407d4d08e869284077fc
b1440417bd02eed1ce262c3f84e1453c6b9a6b1a
'2011-06-30T18:40:53-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:34-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1579' 'sip-files00257.txt'
1f022cd942ffa47279b141e70a050e69
bc69e50edaad8b3ecd860a890189e14865dfc8f4
describe
virus check
'156443' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile158' 'sip-files00166.jpg'
d7c4ecf0f521c602bb789fcd06381d2b
e3546bb542b95154b3dbbe8f86cbc969c2d18be5
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1580' 'sip-files00258.txt'
caa6b6bf0089cc79b653761308345641
072b77d5936ec4698afefb60758c32c404a20ac4
'2011-06-30T18:42:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1581' 'sip-files00259.txt'
290de48d7da1b3fee0bea353eb05eea6
7736f9002646822f984f1e5ee4a3e33eaeb9f246
'2011-06-30T18:32:22-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:31-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1582' 'sip-files00260.txt'
1bed0e41b4c4213ea2d328cf56478a7d
5bba152c45a5f7424887c801aa007bc5c53e273e
'2011-06-30T18:42:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2155' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1583' 'sip-files00261.txt'
512bc0f955443462c27912c97bf7cd5b
9dd32b1c633d268c172f02b57eba4b52ebcfaba3
'2011-06-30T18:34:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1839' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1584' 'sip-files00262.txt'
64eeb866d6dd3df70ae0a83aec51cb37
eecb70c4e56b224dbfeb73356c996a1f10dcc4f1
'2011-06-30T18:44:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1585' 'sip-files00263.txt'
22f3cc06dffb7817fb16c152b02246fb
eb2edd4197175dbb4f7e51530f3212688db0f3b9
'2011-06-30T18:48:47-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:50-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1586' 'sip-files00264.txt'
f9247ceb60822054fff0d3b6ab010bee
269e90170fd78ed15865742f5b4df981e204056e
'2011-06-30T18:41:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1587' 'sip-files00265.txt'
9d769f96d9b1d784999a6984ea82baa3
c0127acc92a07ce7f85f2e4114902d35980896ba
describe
virus check
'1536' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1588' 'sip-files00266.txt'
423a1945715cf820c7418e167475b1dd
46ed068fb5388a1bd83353cefdd6d1fd5e005f9d
'2011-06-30T18:32:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1919' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1589' 'sip-files00267.txt'
bcfecc9f4b0a481d8b916dc9368397ae
e61fea1e2932dbffaa04573b2a28aa03b762d5b3
'2011-06-30T18:45:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'91323' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile159' 'sip-files00167.jpg'
19e1059acb0ccf12ab83f44a277ebe80
b73b042162e827e18f6ea07f8cf072f28aae80c5
'2011-06-30T18:40:08-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1590' 'sip-files00268.txt'
cb02e2550b716791644de441bf433765
bb587aa1748179ff89f8e6db0206f065b4a41c37
'2011-06-30T18:47:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1625' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1591' 'sip-files00269.txt'
86de469c40246522e70b9816a5279822
237a026e0ba48a919ef5199130bd3a1e4987b07c
'2011-06-30T18:41:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1992' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1592' 'sip-files00270.txt'
fca04bafb8e512ea8f2bce54b04a2d18
79debfeccc67cd03223ab97598455bb758c7dd99
describe
virus check
'1947' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1593' 'sip-files00271.txt'
2a0a3d284559d612df4f06e58cfe0588
8a9ee27fe4f876c8caee92309f732be86540cd2a
'2011-06-30T18:37:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:12-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1594' 'sip-files00272.txt'
d16972b2a5f899b6541df492e03041d8
6c9c442f32a4fbb893ad60c3d936a5b4831408db
describe
virus check
Invalid character
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1595' 'sip-files00273.txt'
6556895c50d383256d6ef2ea94f4a6d8
bf389d8fa448b8daad98d5c6acc56a3439abf142
'2011-06-30T18:44:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1596' 'sip-files00274.txt'
3abfd9030ecb22e6bc540f78f8f8cf63
e20a1b6caaedd180d2dcd842432ae9b0a4e7783e
'2011-06-30T18:33:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1986' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1597' 'sip-files00275.txt'
c7109e7f68f9ae3fd2be382142051165
f851363be7fbdeffb0c7b86a2632c16b46977953
describe
virus check
'2029' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1598' 'sip-files00276.txt'
a80645de71c889f4d8a62682829a8cab
8784f06407067259017a99cd4a0d1e0d35bf3b74
describe
virus check
'2174' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1599' 'sip-files00277.txt'
864bd85a86481630fb9c9bedc6741f85
a4a0a2f390ad69574325cb9f5b53db6a9d3eb256
'2011-06-30T18:31:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'127780' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile16' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
7c1bfaf9a66434d6e7da78d8da01a64d
9f0166b64084168764505e173449b3539198a1ec
'2011-06-30T18:40:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'149367' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile160' 'sip-files00169.jpg'
ce6942c892a35e9ca4c21db1238c71b3
1ec36d982d43de9bd57e4e7bc3dd764f16938549
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1600' 'sip-files00278.txt'
b9e01847f891ab1264ff6df77f21b86b
854c5c9953dab0eaf2a60a59a03929faee592e1e
'2011-06-30T18:42:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1792' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1601' 'sip-files00279.txt'
c8433d08ee6a0b0a7bac3ac6bf0867b4
3cf89c685121147605cef156ed09c63ffcc37d0b
describe
virus check
'2077' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1602' 'sip-files00280.txt'
f537c7b3d78216795af981cc360f8cf8
6f0d8a492a6de8645d8f29adbe542a3549475aa6
describe
virus check
'2055' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1603' 'sip-files00281.txt'
440dee355b10ea11ff017720daed0434
56543db02350e59b67def27865a1947436a75ab8
'2011-06-30T18:39:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2064' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1604' 'sip-files00282.txt'
350d6827e7c242fee736670cabe28c12
4d384cb60692c250982aaedb3f3b7c1da937f2be
'2011-06-30T18:46:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1605' 'sip-files00283.txt'
129fe76ea4519afb3b2555d0b1eb73e9
67e5be0b3cfa8bcb586a24c330aea8aa26f5f3f0
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1606' 'sip-files00284.txt'
ac851882f8444c1ccd2340a3acda9eba
6e6e2a2f11e50307770232d8bb9690cfdfab61aa
describe
virus check
'1240' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1607' 'sip-files00285.txt'
cf332a79c3b6925eb8a1bfdfc8e002db
dfa34705da54121ca68d25272a026534bfba81ab
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:43-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1608' 'sip-files00286.txt'
294d2e133496450c6d5df940c4617966
afdeb02f660b4632585175341420608ad385404f
'2011-06-30T18:31:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2164' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1609' 'sip-files00287.txt'
ca81fcbeabfaf4e4f2d1b13b06ddcbb2
3028939dce8621bb7f14b3844384914bb04cb685
describe
virus check
'133346' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile161' 'sip-files00170.jpg'
31d72f503cbcf6be997a956afbcf6a33
3bbf97a8f1981d49a4f8bb721f69b80e8450c580
'2011-06-30T18:40:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1610' 'sip-files00288.txt'
20e08b647f23c8c9946df2d42b1001f2
29d4a01af32723049052439530431fe78a368275
'2011-06-30T18:50:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2076' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1611' 'sip-files00289.txt'
15d3ae513a0124202568144f008d1587
d2144c9366b0db6988d81fa6116d5e6bb060f8e4
'2011-06-30T18:36:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1612' 'sip-files00290.txt'
7b03b2e87d266b9488aae2fa97d22aab
b6f05ed3153b5574b832523a63964d5d94f2e4e6
'2011-06-30T18:49:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2146' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1613' 'sip-files00291.txt'
d458472867e9bd7cc9146139d06f0df5
58cafb662ec6f761b665d8acef20564b9d6f7cd3
'2011-06-30T18:49:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2074' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1614' 'sip-files00292.txt'
dc8e120c12f56a71ae36ad5e2c5d6723
d28b05e872854a371e4c27216ed1222341efca14
'2011-06-30T18:43:24-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:40-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1615' 'sip-files00293.txt'
4e252358f9689753dda4e28596957516
2a419337b6bc980004eda9c2774ae1a1665f0c2b
'2011-06-30T18:49:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2027' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1616' 'sip-files00294.txt'
3f47d2fe0d4db257c5b36315a12c7fd2
202dea9e68faa7354b4e40ac7cf4bef5c2a83afe
'2011-06-30T18:38:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1617' 'sip-files00295.txt'
286b783ac4b8788628abbe207d20d43f
d12e233a7c4d74e869d7b92b833c08dd78af9e9c
'2011-06-30T18:31:53-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:18-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1618' 'sip-files00296.txt'
8c98c7d5eaa238914886e3958d4a0218
c086fb9d8c29ff3a74d5d90a2ba9233c4f43e1e6
'2011-06-30T18:48:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1619' 'sip-files00297.txt'
673dc8142b9e7b7321f542e217c5dc6e
31eb1523bb53f65b3826882dfbe642a03c599367
describe
virus check
'152734' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile162' 'sip-files00171.jpg'
86c4d7067e8c658c155edfbfeb185ded
7d281bd08c9f0ecbde098d2c9949dcedcdc57263
'2011-06-30T18:35:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1620' 'sip-files00298.txt'
7ed6a3af19f82a10afa0cbc1c6df7fc4
42965637f86a8f79379ad70f564077af405a0e01
'2011-06-30T18:41:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2134' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1621' 'sip-files00299.txt'
76ce9cac7eb8f61fc09961aacc2ccdee
4454b2b52945909dad3f38800d97019b25a4c1cf
'2011-06-30T18:44:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1622' 'sip-files00300.txt'
ac39313587457efb6f3a277fc7a63aea
076777b28f5ffaff518c1c1c8ff084c16f42d26a
'2011-06-30T18:51:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1623' 'sip-files00301.txt'
24ec98c5f112be6a5e28e5ab7b64f722
687371095a503d57b348668e6b349429f9fa2e19
describe
virus check
'2107' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1624' 'sip-files00302.txt'
c22ccbc61e48263fc979dab329062fe7
a658cdc48f50ad684d2a0eedaf07bb55a660ad5e
'2011-06-30T18:47:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1625' 'sip-files00303.txt'
042a430a4c3c5ea503650b33e9fa0f74
9ef08cfb3ed73d978837cc296e2bf1d47fc37889
describe
virus check
'2180' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1626' 'sip-files00304.txt'
06c989d6fa1969403a70639ee6a00363
4064428d46db06e0aa5af2d098dbc5cfc5646a73
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1627' 'sip-files00305.txt'
fd3b90448ee46f68ba07275ff510629d
56c5dd6bc956cec8c602dce6effaabafce2df1d7
'2011-06-30T18:41:28-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:46-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1628' 'sip-files00306.txt'
7665ea78d51c378f3a33c3bbfe0399c5
28fd0fcb40f5c9942e73620290cf5276f91c20a8
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1629' 'sip-files00307.txt'
6e0e57e18e128e9b74ddf59602f1ec03
9b2624d63c4f7bc0350d04c4311846a5ad26c8da
'2011-06-30T18:35:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'153866' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile163' 'sip-files00172.jpg'
c0a4b3c79df8e8458a47001d08c6ce3c
24db261ca43ddd020c3a7ef8eb7c7471a6d0c31c
'2011-06-30T18:33:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1630' 'sip-files00308.txt'
942d518354c02875de7a878cbb2193ea
d40263d436c4a9f0c55896a5ddbf8de699301a88
describe
virus check
'2178' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1631' 'sip-files00309.txt'
13bfcfe918cc5825c67f344fc4ab169a
37b8e2e7efe800dba994912fb68f4d0690a1b63b
describe
virus check
'2105' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1632' 'sip-files00310.txt'
d9e4d3a4a19b26c8b73641a2786f76dd
9070ee522d36c0b7a071840ee2323cbdc22c0f44
'2011-06-30T18:48:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1633' 'sip-files00311.txt'
11cae783eb4b1e4ca81150cef5d7f36c
fad3677e45c05676d783403f5cc74c153f35978f
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1634' 'sip-files00312.txt'
a882c270ee16ce67afa4f447314ba6df
7cce0b23bbdc69ebf3b2de6ca1301669e41e2d77
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1635' 'sip-files00313.txt'
f90a17d68ee32d81a0848f530c0a7cb1
b2fbf8f099b58be419cc667ad0932891eac58299
'2011-06-30T18:51:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1636' 'sip-files00314.txt'
a56456f463edd7624d791257741149ce
6735000095fab649ab28af9af45e03575e02d72b
describe
virus check
'1168' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1637' 'sip-files00315.txt'
6e62af7ebda3f17f6dad377f965cc318
659d2cc6cab12b3e9ebf8718948e70fcd025db32
'2011-06-30T18:48:06-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1638' 'sip-files00316.txt'
5284f294cad512379d9e88fcc38f8030
3574a71e053e6435bb0a9cc26afbfdd1dd745d21
'2011-06-30T18:42:31-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:16-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1639' 'sip-files00317.txt'
5e893e3dafa647fa5514a5cc164d9b66
4b06b81194e94cc3e1dd90e35b9d6588114c3939
'2011-06-30T18:41:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'133475' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile164' 'sip-files00173.jpg'
0413dbe2c2811f78516f3cf717937ebe
6475feabb7b64729291e4d319b0452d806318679
describe
virus check
'2154' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1640' 'sip-files00318.txt'
edaba026780fe50c81748f34c6d9eacd
8ca73cc660ac77352715f49090905c21eb5a2047
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1641' 'sip-files00319.txt'
2b94b9588f8bef7b3b20138e29d9fb5d
bd488dc68bf2948928a4607081a0f5a9e25ca2cc
'2011-06-30T18:45:11-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:24-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1642' 'sip-files00320.txt'
a7d8c6bb1d54bd76f1976cf05f4d5f14
9a730d678944bdf24ef2719ff209aabd7c83ab4c
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1643' 'sip-files00321.txt'
6f1623d1e9bfe4c1488ba8e75dc760dd
9eac299abe3cc074c6bb7aa7bad7e858371158fc
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1644' 'sip-files00322.txt'
555b51471adbe218bf08f5b1fd5ca207
434e722d556ae95c364e74e917f15cd89485399f
'2011-06-30T18:32:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1857' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1645' 'sip-files00323.txt'
11e0b716f0f385f633e77121ff996b82
b81159175b706394b8d88b82f387499fb757bd5f
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1646' 'sip-files00324.txt'
b1a07a6181df7304805d37e3076eef07
a241e1a62444205ce1de8dbdd70a43fed6036a71
describe
virus check
'2203' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1647' 'sip-files00325.txt'
9bde4af2d82f005511b848f854b2cdc5
6b1e658820d4da6ae6d0e7365d795b798272cc30
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1648' 'sip-files00326.txt'
59731fc781fe9ef39534b47bf710a22e
fd3f44fb6de91ff1c41635ba47cd647670643a8e
describe
virus check
'2160' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1649' 'sip-files00327.txt'
4e54bd7230e4a1e3d531d01d4664cc12
7d0ea75776ef5792644062b138d3dfc2f6dccf3f
'2011-06-30T18:47:14-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:17-04:00'
virus check
'158527' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile165' 'sip-files00174.jpg'
74274b345ce23cef90c0f0d7a9a4645e
b90bfb32796487a9d4c6c213d140cadd36ae7f86
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1650' 'sip-files00328.txt'
f6d3c1334a76ee8a83cebc157ea90343
3a120eff588e00c3e2aaa17ef30c6234c711669d
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1651' 'sip-files00329.txt'
9ac66f90b4621d98a8c1067b925692d5
5afac14ba4726054c8d1625dde81eaac0a18683c
describe
virus check
'911' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1652' 'sip-files00330.txt'
29d3fbb43b809d241ee519e03fd15853
b9e363a718b86b4832dd20d5ab8b0ff90b68c5dc
describe
virus check
Invalid character
'2472' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1653' 'sip-files00331.txt'
48d05912b7b406ae1f19dc8ea6416bfc
b702d2232fd32cef06aaf3d60abc050c95a62a00
'2011-06-30T18:32:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2541' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1654' 'sip-files00332.txt'
f44b1b85e6049b79fc60893d77a71af6
b70fc3c12aee1f01dd571269aac0098d03e89c3d
'2011-06-30T18:33:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2033' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1655' 'sip-files00333.txt'
1895b06823b6e08b01d309d960715fa2
2100c3d031541647a2faa811fcf251a1bcaaf5ac
describe
virus check
'2297' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1656' 'sip-files00334.txt'
fdbf5682f0282804701e1162bcaf07ed
22c1b638d022fddd0585cc14d34714aab509a059
describe
virus check
'2208' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1657' 'sip-files00335.txt'
a7cf93447a1200be1f2fb2e67ef612fe
a66cf995282ac0ade03cc7004f32bd856c0d35b1
'2011-06-30T18:31:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2006' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1658' 'sip-files00336.txt'
dbdcfff14d3b345bcdf13177ce1fbc5c
fbca224fb539234d0b3a84bbf424d916ab54bcdc
'2011-06-30T18:33:29-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:54-04:00'
virus check
'2277' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1659' 'sip-files00337.txt'
7d4b57c3fd56082cc71970c8ecc568ea
f90476ca1dfd13b3ad4a27612317e50b05dbd3af
'2011-06-30T18:35:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'153232' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile166' 'sip-files00175.jpg'
f9ebc79ed370a44f3a7b30c388a5f4eb
5d27bfddbea77772063142114d073d9b54f4858f
'2011-06-30T18:31:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1660' 'sip-files00338.txt'
ec456a876aac32c6b67d6c09d727269d
2ff44e939abb2c3b094157978821780d87813489
describe
virus check
'2392' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1661' 'sip-files00339.txt'
944ebfc54a3d3ddc6628a87cb660903d
837f347de8e2291abaecb64fcf6d3dc1efdfb7dc
'2011-06-30T18:38:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:32-04:00'
virus check
'2475' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1662' 'sip-files00340.txt'
698f818bd9161e76519bb7f1e167077a
c3a27f725a9fbe86592f41c3e07c7d08e79b3d34
'2011-06-30T18:48:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1663' 'sip-files00343.txt'
bc949ea893a9384070c31f083ccefd26
cbb8391cb65c20e2c05a2f29211e55c49939c3db
'2011-06-30T18:34:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1664' 'sip-files00344.txt'
bc949ea893a9384070c31f083ccefd26
cbb8391cb65c20e2c05a2f29211e55c49939c3db
'2011-06-30T18:47:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1665' 'sip-files00345.txt'
9c023ad0736838896fe76ab0424d8347
7974dc07d808cd52b38a8e04851044dbf72e6090
'2011-06-30T18:42:02-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:01-04:00'
virus check
'10633' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1666' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
1a35f71d84600b4453f57f2430b1138d
3436fd41d312ab9e66072031d6f13029c37fcec5
'2011-06-30T18:41:33-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:48-04:00'
virus check
'45495' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1667' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
d9bf506e3dd0477ec5c858d0f8eba67d
f67082f0e7a69099e783a2f46d998b575580e289
'2011-06-30T18:34:06-04:00'
describe
virus check
'18478' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1668' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
64c0e4912a56c2d0f0befaff1fb3180d
944c055a954283f1715ec86d1e432ce88aff06e0
'2011-06-30T18:46:23-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:59-04:00'
virus check
'8832' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1669' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
514b83c129b7f57366975a0b8ac0757e
2bafc37269cc4dd39fd250f7a972350976345da3
'2011-06-30T18:35:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'155313' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile167' 'sip-files00176.jpg'
5ad0b1e738517f19a5836c1426a2576c
318fac768fd8f7ecbbc03d2f3679233a44a1a13e
'2011-06-30T18:51:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'4226' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1670' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
ab02ab46a36e325bb3fc4c21031e72a7
37f65a62fc0e20aa6860acdabae9e0d04f19b264
describe
virus check
'1586' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1671' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
c83ab83b642c625cbc1e1216b22f4d8a
247df10f900de6f818c811a31bb23dac1b7bf01d
'2011-06-30T18:41:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'5655' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1672' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
0612c6354d27be77e27f2aa7dd585187
1a30b127639e10778a10e63a91ca7c7c6065846e
describe
virus check
'2002' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1673' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
7342a60e3ff6648fc041d11798487cd0
9d73d5fed2ac370aeeb356c40c7fc0d61943cf01
describe
virus check
'35830' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1674' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
dd8b0a2a8e339c47a72a3e53724e603f
c999e069ff5e5a60ca8297a2a8225a378ce633d3
describe
virus check
'12438' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1675' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
222ee950b6916e3ddb362e91d2ca1919
7195b4ec5fd70abfd27d4c47facaf5029bb99d6b
describe
virus check
'31658' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1676' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
0aaedfb8d814449c1ba4aa801587a9e9
2368ea7c725ec52b400ff1bfb02f13baa8a4a6f8
'2011-06-30T18:38:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12022' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1677' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
5cd00727cb588e1d369cfd0facc034e4
69b4ea43392152b730f3b1246a15f11c0c2d8547
'2011-06-30T18:34:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'22837' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1678' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
16435abbd532cd5df51d5f69bcfa2d7b
feeb6e0ad2d14078c51bdea91d04a575edb57702
'2011-06-30T18:38:52-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:43-04:00'
virus check
'6148' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1679' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
96e6a5a737b7110d1591d9b3c60cf566
17b7e404ab91bf366600fcd099323a1cc7d08712
describe
virus check
'150784' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile168' 'sip-files00177.jpg'
a9465046c964a9f5700fca1de8b874e2
09a4938a5acbbf9ab9b5f26553756528a4c766e7
describe
virus check
'3281' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1680' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
397cb79b9e1da374b210cbe8e8afa3ae
4a5bd3e70f397b639af48d5f77973c18bff57944
describe
virus check
'1315' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1681' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
bab6402a1124ef58cfb4865a267a9f8e
56e2bc9325ae67f36173a53a35bd7af90c88107e
'2011-06-30T18:34:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'31192' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1682' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
ed6149c04c1d6fdb4e5f8912d94d682b
930e0524406658e17f23ae6ac208ff79ced59f93
describe
virus check
'7872' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1683' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
8000c645ab5b8ed9adbc34bebd76c5eb
0685766c93c6ff1e2b160712d7431961933538f0
'2011-06-30T18:40:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'3180' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1684' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
a7d4a6283c97ecc72fc96a37efcf8efd
1b1ac45be9cee99d4a29c0dc3f74fc0b3b218e84
describe
virus check
'1274' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1685' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
dc33d2fa122731437e1120ef83f5cf39
cf8d707f1d23a61346f91a7c4eccb89714f07bfc
describe
virus check
'18108' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1686' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
cb796a1d8ea96597a993fe333ba10fbf
70f97b9f0fe25962ea2d29b081c25056a5a4080c
describe
virus check
'5629' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1687' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
a5e1eefd9422caf69ed2e29722f99be7
647ca8647244435c89467b4badb908fd84c93d58
describe
virus check
'12921' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1688' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
22430f0a761a8d9fa0286441394f91b9
ea6c7f422401c08cd9de9a5981fea6f6cc65f53d
'2011-06-30T18:47:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'4255' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1689' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
7acc4ff39456d82dad5cd05c1eaee86d
cb939694b70bff22603478946fea61c8c462b414
'2011-06-30T18:43:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'158823' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile169' 'sip-files00178.jpg'
bb3a46f1290f69e4a13a2dfef8a6b308
005fbc7dcc08dc26d114114ff640e7f847b1d908
'2011-06-30T18:37:07-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:09-04:00'
virus check
'39592' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1690' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
f5e92dd348dd373efa57abef1b5a5890
3ac461b97d166e3c71bebe52e1ceffae82b7508a
describe
virus check
'10008' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1691' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
7663a0c476bcb9fcd597dfd26ad46379
f6a05293f2ad96ef399a441aa7f3e878c4940dc6
'2011-06-30T18:36:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47192' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1692' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
6c102423a2c35468f20151dca512adf7
a2c1c2d8270d8577f2de7c8f590b5bc29ff97988
describe
virus check
'11044' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1693' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
c4ec880d0522e1383aea729710dff92f
fab297c31b5d7717c333ac0f0660cc3e670f2bdf
describe
virus check
'38668' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1694' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
c6aa5d82017112d1448e1c6d366fafc9
a4deb1a6fa26309b7accac761408b32c1f4a282b
'2011-06-30T18:51:44-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:14-04:00'
virus check
'9280' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1695' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
55494161fe26cb6eb4e3b93d59649ca9
7e296e2b0870c34e4aa668269526f2fbd2be0294
'2011-06-30T18:33:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:50-04:00'
virus check
'38766' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1696' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
93379958d0d2a8852017916badb3639c
8f113b856a51368f2b4f98f8529320d3b587f0ce
describe
virus check
'9379' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1697' 'sip-files00020thm.jpg'
653dccd092e71714f3e286003f0ffb02
9afbbc522937699dd2678a30760786a4f711ac12
'2011-06-30T18:42:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51319' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1698' 'sip-files00021.QC.jpg'
6a53bfc71df6b832cd5e3bf26f4eaf1c
51f856063288c06e0db534d845452e478b11d97b
'2011-06-30T18:51:57-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:19-04:00'
virus check
'12173' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1699' 'sip-files00021thm.jpg'
4dfe75971a7173643b55d34202b8652c
d5743451f8af1c7fa5be9a2e12239ba5ce54616e
'2011-06-30T18:42:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'159460' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile17' 'sip-files00021.jpg'
b472ef2a53b3d77a9c976647d44a3c8c
688a8ed1a4e30149da6e4b33e2b7b7ec19b2387d
'2011-06-30T18:34:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'59460' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile170' 'sip-files00179.jpg'
f3d9023550931df91a7998139da7b70a
2cf6ad1ddd98b72ae66af7feadf8e89ae7f57c63
'2011-06-30T18:34:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48642' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1700' 'sip-files00022.QC.jpg'
bc87c78e3ac19c17e4a35c56bde304fc
77cd3b00f11b70017ebb153ba18ff5a2ee5780f9
'2011-06-30T18:32:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11522' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1701' 'sip-files00022thm.jpg'
0b06ce24bed0735c42de2b6da9e86e25
a97101d6773109f140136417a93fd5fc73882e22
describe
virus check
'48102' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1702' 'sip-files00023.QC.jpg'
44ddbcd5c12cfcf86bb957bfc94a68ea
beb7af45b74d3217ebf26cf3cd58317ac950b490
'2011-06-30T18:45:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11335' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1703' 'sip-files00023thm.jpg'
2cd58cdedaa36e8e59866cf333b888d0
733c3e9be2b404af0e05a4470346f8b0b52f51df
describe
virus check
'50751' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1704' 'sip-files00024.QC.jpg'
4b68cce067fb5f890f44c86f8b34484e
204be001dcd376349bc77374342285ef6e29a0a7
describe
virus check
'11769' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1705' 'sip-files00024thm.jpg'
a678cb2e0f3dce5b698702e46b276f9b
319d365b555af52454d4349780e910d84426f2be
describe
virus check
'50887' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1706' 'sip-files00025.QC.jpg'
58232226600f27d38a7630f5305b218d
1de77707b262de222508a06fa0451fa1393b61c8
describe
virus check
'12035' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1707' 'sip-files00025thm.jpg'
989ebed945aeffe7fcd3881f11bffb34
a92db8cc39d26b5fdc083fbce9cc77f23961e1e9
describe
virus check
'40115' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1708' 'sip-files00026.QC.jpg'
b0530698de5e73de5b86a30b172a6b9f
c6ff1d657d38cc6570285ba2af61132dfba3e5ea
'2011-06-30T18:45:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10073' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1709' 'sip-files00026thm.jpg'
c4b8ed74b029ff4cd04e68551222cad2
14d9efacc9042d3fd97b2d549397460f9490dab1
describe
virus check
'142434' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile171' 'sip-files00181.jpg'
bc9a6a115ab198f88106e6c4bed67b28
edffcc891c651c90eb62776e54389e6c1fdd1f06
'2011-06-30T18:31:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48650' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1710' 'sip-files00027.QC.jpg'
1b7b2b0925d5b7c56d9920bef069a26f
32874dd0ceaff1a619ba2eca3f6342fe90cbedd6
'2011-06-30T18:47:44-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:27-04:00'
virus check
'11595' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1711' 'sip-files00027thm.jpg'
bafa90d7a3003db54f001011806a9d6b
eaf2aee5e20a27612969bd7bfc21b897232cc478
'2011-06-30T18:48:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49861' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1712' 'sip-files00028.QC.jpg'
20e03a2794dc7f1a312e483c0086e9f3
764a99f8554a8ebe7024ea87283f6f2277e9ed01
'2011-06-30T18:41:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11861' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1713' 'sip-files00028thm.jpg'
a6f8e9596c4bac9197fad1e316ab8f6b
9f6e3517ed13db464da146c228b928328c646464
describe
virus check
'45536' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1714' 'sip-files00029.QC.jpg'
8f63fa8d0534b7f77d6242f5c936794e
cbf5d1df4853eb0e2ae4366c50fd126a4825c3bc
'2011-06-30T18:47:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10922' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1715' 'sip-files00029thm.jpg'
7df2584e2bbd49bf6639809782850928
db3dba8de65291236792e06d17bd8aaf7d3dfb45
'2011-06-30T18:51:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'44177' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1716' 'sip-files00030.QC.jpg'
33aaf90fcb01ba2910d234d0609925fb
299514f032f0a6b71654ad533a36996668a3b77e
'2011-06-30T18:50:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10371' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1717' 'sip-files00030thm.jpg'
b37d379c7c39d0175686d8b40d27bf77
3a6b48b550f25883693aec1b9db6901922b87e1a
'2011-06-30T18:48:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'41325' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1718' 'sip-files00031.QC.jpg'
cd2b27e4f1ca35f2441799605a15ee03
1cc57a57fc5dea886854796e3a2b5c1a0603d1a2
'2011-06-30T18:46:37-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:04-04:00'
virus check
'10249' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1719' 'sip-files00031thm.jpg'
6a4e29fb476cbdf2ee253c321a37235e
7d12622ba9e08d7ea50800322f07afbbd9f05889
describe
virus check
'108672' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile172' 'sip-files00182.jpg'
4c95e709ed67929e278acf23e48e3cf0
915c06b20b8195eea93e09f7067c403fcad137ce
'2011-06-30T18:41:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51154' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1720' 'sip-files00032.QC.jpg'
d4c0ceeffd1e6a956e0ae09ff33f25c5
9487aba471223b01adbb03846385751d0c065654
describe
virus check
'12082' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1721' 'sip-files00032thm.jpg'
8f503d03bc64892f9f3a6a805f2c1c8a
317e03ce4b0b4dca9dae5d0136b5c777b253e5ed
describe
virus check
'25351' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1722' 'sip-files00033.QC.jpg'
e8bd9bc1217d4b3ce52f063f783264c9
d6444e3680cfe32a4c354a36aef84743fa1c9a70
'2011-06-30T18:44:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10292' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1723' 'sip-files00033thm.jpg'
cb31b1719ab3812d3e9291168aba40e7
6f56b42d250ba1a5e1352a5b2834744d689f2f85
'2011-06-30T18:33:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49244' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1724' 'sip-files00035.QC.jpg'
444eae8b2ffb35ec71e7829d7e24a474
184ecc448cb212f4337a4acce92eaa089ebd98ab
'2011-06-30T18:31:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11605' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1725' 'sip-files00035thm.jpg'
4fcd618b3afab69216b39cc5b353b535
512571a98ab2b396191a64aa01673adafe9fccf7
describe
virus check
'47836' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1726' 'sip-files00036.QC.jpg'
7059b9369b55b2026e741c59c3d86159
9ddc423a409e5ef30d75dde71b612c4fc3d71163
describe
virus check
'11212' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1727' 'sip-files00036thm.jpg'
963b1a274ee0d4af0c9cf3166d9f5fc0
5512c1191a9f767ecd8769e065a20e02facda07a
'2011-06-30T18:47:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47119' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1728' 'sip-files00037.QC.jpg'
fca49e5e91cf92b97f8916bad89d3f9b
2d6fcd28c8e139bf309854379986f41dd7819bc3
'2011-06-30T18:44:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11105' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1729' 'sip-files00037thm.jpg'
139d3294e68c1232b767a1d3ea65d935
d6abf01dfc88fe8f5dd5128c595733f713a2f1a5
'2011-06-30T18:49:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:25-04:00'
virus check
'82054' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile173' 'sip-files00183.jpg'
485dbc4ed894c4b13c8aff902f3c4dd2
31e072c3a186f009da7f8b68d5a077dceba3c8c9
'2011-06-30T18:51:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49224' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1730' 'sip-files00038.QC.jpg'
2e465cdf8bbfca2773193ff29f03fc92
effb623190a6810baf3d7bb36bb12c368acf05fd
describe
virus check
'11787' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1731' 'sip-files00038thm.jpg'
c4740f92f130d3659c8192be51fa6257
b6b49ca57a193d89af832218312fb50f57b79ed0
'2011-06-30T18:36:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'33340' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1732' 'sip-files00039.QC.jpg'
dbe863035c758d210f46e2c8378b7f74
ad0ee20a729014c3e093d27d14b1441f94111ead
'2011-06-30T18:44:57-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:19-04:00'
virus check
'12108' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1733' 'sip-files00039thm.jpg'
831665c28b7a13094553389620862ea4
33cc3130e21070b0503888d55e88293ac34ea0e1
'2011-06-30T18:33:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49403' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1734' 'sip-files00041.QC.jpg'
478fb391b06aae498ccb8fc8fbf0bad9
a523ecdcbb00c797ecdb31f44fcbab1c93fe37fe
describe
virus check
'11646' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1735' 'sip-files00041thm.jpg'
038c34d15836cc70338b51469fbded66
96d806553efeedcbf5fef278428e3289ee146d26
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:45-04:00'
virus check
'49311' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1736' 'sip-files00042.QC.jpg'
e1d29085d54fef16c9727bb47267cdcf
b9d686969093c88dd3a491abda16828437217385
'2011-06-30T18:33:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11557' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1737' 'sip-files00042thm.jpg'
b1219e5862c7dbfa5f1026fa1dd4f85b
479dba9d9e1225094e8b1f91aeee42ac1ae37567
describe
virus check
'47821' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1738' 'sip-files00043.QC.jpg'
ad8c333a68b46614b1ca9c0005b95d5d
b78feb815220c3b4df88090833cfbbcb17172b0b
'2011-06-30T18:52:25-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:33-04:00'
virus check
'11043' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1739' 'sip-files00043thm.jpg'
e1b9bf4e9d7ad9ece7286824b78214c4
7f6e7c19ff90d9c6485036176c46e79f47e9a623
'2011-06-30T18:36:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'148354' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile174' 'sip-files00184.jpg'
12e12e4d971c5f2a53536e021b2af998
6a00e7fa81b70f1be2ea7725b79d1000857bf315
'2011-06-30T18:34:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'46451' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1740' 'sip-files00044.QC.jpg'
dc0661d6ccb05350e1a9c3821d8bf1b8
c29d39eadff8c5fad7876149f106aa402b18271f
'2011-06-30T18:46:52-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:10-04:00'
virus check
'11198' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1741' 'sip-files00044thm.jpg'
41d4921dd656fcbb5b7afe3e8ce5694f
109711b3b38ba9acba61af4e0b18a17a8f44e462
'2011-06-30T18:48:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'42050' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1742' 'sip-files00045.QC.jpg'
124cef725bc243ff1f44693ac60361fd
6339df7f31f22a35504bf500c802b11295d9dbbd
'2011-06-30T18:37:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9996' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1743' 'sip-files00045thm.jpg'
63542969c2bd03e6d05e89305dd2ff8e
94fff152b83ea961790294abd261bde3da2c6c0f
'2011-06-30T18:33:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48645' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1744' 'sip-files00046.QC.jpg'
d62b7c5a4708cdf99621d876215532e2
2dba99b5bbd445ec79f377364ffb2835bbc21250
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:35-04:00'
virus check
'11622' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1745' 'sip-files00046thm.jpg'
431505e622796c6b6fbea4174bfd75ab
9ea54fad3c92aa9a09b1cb09c22900bacc688692
describe
virus check
'47604' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1746' 'sip-files00047.QC.jpg'
318949921c700a6ecf9bc634a80bd7bd
5163f6dd13cf256887327449533bb1b2699641e6
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1747' 'sip-files00047thm.jpg'
52c4b4fd32f612bc44c434cd26f8318e
33b08f5c5432b8ca31cd131ee01d36002dd222ea
'2011-06-30T18:34:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47962' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1748' 'sip-files00048.QC.jpg'
79d0a6e9f94cbc4db4cbe8ebcc563480
0f4cfcf94c4fa9d73a01fd40aceee32f925f5833
describe
virus check
'11556' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1749' 'sip-files00048thm.jpg'
62c3b04ffdaecfce06b932d0dd70fa63
03d8952c57e105b69e100b89a19ec36cc23c844d
'2011-06-30T18:43:53-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:51-04:00'
virus check
'137424' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile175' 'sip-files00185.jpg'
00b663978ce90277eab0713018c523fa
11c264de3387bf85b2a052ef07e32dad473acfeb
'2011-06-30T18:48:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48216' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1750' 'sip-files00049.QC.jpg'
ea19bd4b6cca7915f2eb89603025db49
42f9e8e030fe6bea76968e7cea84bd3683a7b582
describe
virus check
'11713' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1751' 'sip-files00049thm.jpg'
2dd2bce2aebcf7ae589301c435df7546
9f509240376778465558753f7afbf82329a4605f
describe
virus check
'49347' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1752' 'sip-files00050.QC.jpg'
4e49bea2f0a8e3a01c882bce240fc249
1bdd07ae5013ef66f3db12135f56a5ffd11cfb24
'2011-06-30T18:39:43-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:08-04:00'
virus check
'11814' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1753' 'sip-files00050thm.jpg'
ce8584a451da90c21286c071e6d2e68f
1988f178caf5b648ef2d6dceafc0ea65484e4c4e
describe
virus check
'49663' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1754' 'sip-files00051.QC.jpg'
51e5ee32cd6c14cebc4f4568114e8a4c
e007bff538052838a1846269d04fed946af72d49
'2011-06-30T18:42:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11024' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1755' 'sip-files00051thm.jpg'
c818dd085ec9250a9944fb8436d7da3f
1d6fc6da596c880a2b262f47a80ca14ff4110792
'2011-06-30T18:40:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49387' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1756' 'sip-files00052.QC.jpg'
ae82354a4fea3b9434bd6aed5df4f444
5addc09d78b069a7e3bbd4bdc470f65f24367605
describe
virus check
'11924' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1757' 'sip-files00052thm.jpg'
33bb0b2742dbdc59a78ad2b4722617cd
e94a6d9bd48a067c10292c466b8fc68cf2f76545
'2011-06-30T18:36:29-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:52-04:00'
virus check
'47756' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1758' 'sip-files00053.QC.jpg'
3d7ac08efe510895cb88452de9ee7c1f
70c9ed10d1ad52eab993d850348cad07aa4eb828
'2011-06-30T18:37:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11555' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1759' 'sip-files00053thm.jpg'
b74a2ae56ea64b10b8b8036e76e8d866
2ebe4490eac341a729097c3e3801eb2e78cfa83d
describe
virus check
'143907' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile176' 'sip-files00186.jpg'
368dddd6108e77a59ca70adee701adc6
a1a06882774002db2b44028a204f514af1c98d81
describe
virus check
'30091' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1760' 'sip-files00054.QC.jpg'
2f08d0ec1ef840459a6cb54e63043816
ee65766eb11e2ce758ccb48079162a33737817bf
'2011-06-30T18:42:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'7854' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1761' 'sip-files00054thm.jpg'
20f2f04e604e8687430a380f718275e2
fa85e490d713c13d99a1ab6121b27f25a4478a65
'2011-06-30T18:43:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47475' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1762' 'sip-files00055.QC.jpg'
64b5f72e44090ab48ef581b60bd2a452
3d2f8403fa699f46db618be2b177f3f3a12321f5
describe
virus check
'11423' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1763' 'sip-files00055thm.jpg'
4fb4fa60907ea25d175a807a2c56e8ca
52638dbd7d6dbad816dd49ed7acd5dd92d4cf5c4
'2011-06-30T18:37:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48005' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1764' 'sip-files00056.QC.jpg'
3abc3ae124e0b46816dabeedc66f4cde
254aae1fba8470f077547b1f25e143eab12776c2
'2011-06-30T18:31:40-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:13-04:00'
virus check
'11722' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1765' 'sip-files00056thm.jpg'
f4004511875291901ee6a86a6fa22aef
e86eaacd98868aa62fc5ab95aa970c72e7c47862
describe
virus check
'45225' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1766' 'sip-files00057.QC.jpg'
8c208330f5220f289c8de3d988b7c8a7
e11e8d1327643e717506562083da0e5ccc431b91
'2011-06-30T18:46:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10830' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1767' 'sip-files00057thm.jpg'
8ec1f14f6ebe4ef6c228283910d2b3c5
4e9d85f9650cfdd046892cff0f9ef27efd4dce2c
'2011-06-30T18:33:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48067' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1768' 'sip-files00058.QC.jpg'
9e8ce0cb91d5fb31eece885e3efee351
157c1153ddc535eec01a29216231076f22d8d5b2
'2011-06-30T18:49:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11435' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1769' 'sip-files00058thm.jpg'
7dbeeaaefd23d55ad2e7a0b4a0ce2d4e
88dc3693c93218cedc8c60bc01594ba939a3a64e
describe
virus check
'142322' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile177' 'sip-files00187.jpg'
a561dcb1f3befa31c5bd91e540f69a68
03fa3a4843535af2d5cbd0a5a663d426edb0964f
'2011-06-30T18:51:17-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:59-04:00'
virus check
'46406' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1770' 'sip-files00059.QC.jpg'
b126d19f445aede2dbb52cb80e4f8501
2f6ba001abe625bba959f6312b99c2222c3b9f66
describe
virus check
'10994' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1771' 'sip-files00059thm.jpg'
0146b16ac37c68ef95c8a6ae3abb494a
8b3021a3cf13bba9dbe13e2817e72818fa037c9f
'2011-06-30T18:43:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48270' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1772' 'sip-files00060.QC.jpg'
4b86b468b23ee9cbac3f9a1c5ba63527
17244791918477d3ad013d0d7ae303d417a190b2
'2011-06-30T18:40:36-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:28-04:00'
virus check
'11403' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1773' 'sip-files00060thm.jpg'
3c89d5e46c099f11073fb578eddd506b
f426afb80e24a167f03ca92294eaced69c287c91
'2011-06-30T18:39:53-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48424' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1774' 'sip-files00061.QC.jpg'
f63ef83efcd421a046c26df985818d6a
e3aaebfde1c46f9e019b9d37387579c8ba3b0754
describe
virus check
'11104' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1775' 'sip-files00061thm.jpg'
9beacb1fc98bd606131dfacb36b9bdf8
09b627ea7f6c5e1494d30889b7ef7303400ccc7c
'2011-06-30T18:49:55-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:24-04:00'
virus check
'41682' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1776' 'sip-files00062.QC.jpg'
fe0f51fc67daaadd303928b997b282dc
590936f3eb845e6d3cf6c8587e6c83f5c77c19f9
'2011-06-30T18:46:38-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:05-04:00'
virus check
'10278' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1777' 'sip-files00062thm.jpg'
626767cd1ce8859937b7207d3b916626
dba48603a8f491d38ca20b539897f3e34b7ba220
'2011-06-30T18:42:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48913' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1778' 'sip-files00063.QC.jpg'
cfb5986f40cc3d7f4b13aa95c1f9080a
d0fb67342fbac02e0b8bf8fc6583e57dc5301248
describe
virus check
'10980' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1779' 'sip-files00063thm.jpg'
865c6b63a8571fb7721ac1d2c39e45d3
f5f2d13a97836092ae2bde4732e57e16097fd3e6
'2011-06-30T18:33:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'153013' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile178' 'sip-files00188.jpg'
ef6b2299c5e8e0eb9c1badcaa585dce4
dd39f48b4e70f3959d8533b66e02e1af5dd75cc2
'2011-06-30T18:47:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49918' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1780' 'sip-files00064.QC.jpg'
4528fb905252ca1281bcb9bb16f0984a
10049f95fb4a0db84b91a6bb33cd2dcf4c109528
'2011-06-30T18:52:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11934' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1781' 'sip-files00064thm.jpg'
392905fadf5367e0143023fded34dffe
d7f46bf580d0c9142b3831da05d195e975ed32a2
describe
virus check
'46954' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1782' 'sip-files00065.QC.jpg'
2a0f73ba80974c7010d2d77a696f53ba
9c94fe7c88e145787ff38953fc56c4ab2b70cc91
describe
virus check
'10751' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1783' 'sip-files00065thm.jpg'
6943ad993cb95c8c16de7513108f0b1a
726ccf6ad6e2b49091d21ba8e3762b7573cacff9
'2011-06-30T18:44:05-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:58-04:00'
virus check
'48829' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1784' 'sip-files00066.QC.jpg'
8f1d6a1ad772e8e5cd1077dffbcc209c
d8e3e17baafc789089a216fdf2ec0c27ab140d5d
'2011-06-30T18:42:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11707' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1785' 'sip-files00066thm.jpg'
8dd0bbdba1ea9e058be6b6c7fa7ea1c5
356ddf5262fcc0152f84c0e77019d91f8f47eec6
describe
virus check
'48233' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1786' 'sip-files00067.QC.jpg'
44d590aff855d4e2ea83b9abfd30f70d
e2ee36b60534c4fa6adf27a16f833cc66f8ad051
describe
virus check
'11153' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1787' 'sip-files00067thm.jpg'
2604fb5166a4dbf15292ccac251e0338
d2fd57ab69b21b4df852a99be247338ceda04a06
'2011-06-30T18:39:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50540' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1788' 'sip-files00068.QC.jpg'
c0b54799f04c8472e59c22809995a8e0
becc4009a46cb1a6c7d051a78c3caad5e0736620
describe
virus check
'12093' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1789' 'sip-files00068thm.jpg'
8260155899c9954c140e90a4500b0dc2
05a9385ef6669e79b6f8f5beb07bbb4a86435428
describe
virus check
'116414' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile179' 'sip-files00189.jpg'
fc45bb09a5af49d70b6d9c10524b69f6
fda9b67cf77e9aaa7273436a6bc69a959a1a452b
'2011-06-30T18:44:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48582' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1790' 'sip-files00069.QC.jpg'
ee17516972513df69a23ace055ac009d
b4000c45046a036a97586a92f434015ca6cc2779
'2011-06-30T18:33:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11226' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1791' 'sip-files00069thm.jpg'
12e48bbbc442f0ed59444db80b593d5c
a99ed574708cfd251f464976635c0ee6f3c7cb8a
describe
virus check
'47041' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1792' 'sip-files00070.QC.jpg'
2abd76ca77aece6966c37cbd225cceaf
f8f6ce75c51d2dfd538f81132c3587d5892a9544
describe
virus check
'11684' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1793' 'sip-files00070thm.jpg'
acd402bf740bd8504f2a880bc6e94e39
243213aab73f8795b6280007b2d5c78ce6630350
'2011-06-30T18:46:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47923' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1794' 'sip-files00071.QC.jpg'
4c8a207c38fb9f3ac6777d3b2e8000cb
c5bbd18cdbce82d6afa1fc8b323a693b3540583d
'2011-06-30T18:35:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11109' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1795' 'sip-files00071thm.jpg'
56941199a06340d6d50adf0ec6ca7a09
d355b34ce8d1bdfb8346cad0ea777837a6f45969
'2011-06-30T18:39:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51912' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1796' 'sip-files00072.QC.jpg'
544703adfd50978149e921323eab7736
76376676e9e044fbf19932b6c591bc79b1ba4f05
describe
virus check
'12270' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1797' 'sip-files00072thm.jpg'
35a3a25ef54e2c3b16c26fe20ee8b49e
96f2708495177f630a2d3a84b3126437b298e38c
'2011-06-30T18:33:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'27814' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1798' 'sip-files00073.QC.jpg'
b8e86d864227c07910026c7ed7779519
c8f2ed498e5a653c855bf129baed678468ff9db9
'2011-06-30T18:50:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'7113' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1799' 'sip-files00073thm.jpg'
f9c176e46dae894a0e77808607810bb6
3efec466ea03b15d070708dffcf270a44f0e65f8
describe
virus check
'153586' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile18' 'sip-files00022.jpg'
6e646aec7a53d6061aec137efca880a6
97091b77d5b2749d0e30f92c0c9136a5f8ec6156
'2011-06-30T18:51:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'131024' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile180' 'sip-files00190.jpg'
71e9f514227275631d775e22b76747cc
f7e02b10f1f85e854c51b4287b50f2b5ce14ab93
'2011-06-30T18:33:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'33995' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1800' 'sip-files00074.QC.jpg'
e4aa83b7dcdae8996e792db7bd9158fb
8dc6f8ab2ba1b22ffca264f5e0267c57f980a253
'2011-06-30T18:47:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'8451' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1801' 'sip-files00074thm.jpg'
8e5c77388de34b3deb69680f7d73eb85
17a034502e10c573b544a43e3c2a48e97a5d6a27
describe
virus check
'45055' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1802' 'sip-files00075.QC.jpg'
b32a966a162417f571f38e82c71f9edb
fa4bde470e3b0dc44fcc5a0ffd8d4534edd8f3d3
describe
virus check
'10532' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1803' 'sip-files00075thm.jpg'
8b7896be3bf229d997d7a8c71326b6c4
3b60774591af79c79b68b3431018321ce703045e
describe
virus check
'48916' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1804' 'sip-files00076.QC.jpg'
481bcb1dfdcb6d6d93ac5b1d9377cdf3
026d4406a40830b8cd4009373049c4a2b7916798
describe
virus check
'11801' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1805' 'sip-files00076thm.jpg'
c667a19b06d85653c02a201e602a77a7
c9bc2441c94925a89d4d99c552c6bdeb192876e9
'2011-06-30T18:48:28-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:43-04:00'
virus check
'47566' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1806' 'sip-files00077.QC.jpg'
4c2efb0362076156fa2437bf58d9fa2e
cc803da78cbb3091f554ff55751caea0d0e04257
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:33-04:00'
virus check
'11316' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1807' 'sip-files00077thm.jpg'
aa65d5422a342b97c7813de78a81b3c0
bbb0c4374a62ea9f97f3623e3aca9c4966f57e13
'2011-06-30T18:37:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48892' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1808' 'sip-files00078.QC.jpg'
e93c2b9f3f76a909c81bbcf1b845d2d6
71d88339aebf7015cffd63385801f3abd0779a4c
describe
virus check
'11898' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1809' 'sip-files00078thm.jpg'
05792375328462910068a52ee6078c72
aaf6d54d26b9cd7de895d0aff205651a58219a28
describe
virus check
'133996' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile181' 'sip-files00191.jpg'
db9183b85b6ba4ac403c9a3ce1a7834f
baae4c577a34ba5f7df031311035f9183f685aad
'2011-06-30T18:38:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45426' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1810' 'sip-files00079.QC.jpg'
ff32cf01c2f2c172ccce5c331d712e7e
ad904aef617bc64032bb886a4e0823dea20586bb
describe
virus check
'10611' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1811' 'sip-files00079thm.jpg'
8a340b15fac1047c1c470965d5b3e874
11770a19bf4d4b23fed6eb7a9ac503ea63b87ba6
'2011-06-30T18:35:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48131' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1812' 'sip-files00080.QC.jpg'
736aa55604d9fa2c78a2c056eff86042
6ed9da3a1d4fb02086a3ec44ab78bb0f28ae4d85
'2011-06-30T18:49:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11598' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1813' 'sip-files00080thm.jpg'
e5c8a9b7adb0a268a14772a44448c254
33c63d052d04b98e8651569bf2d385bed0a4459b
'2011-06-30T18:44:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47431' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1814' 'sip-files00081.QC.jpg'
3d57b81dc3a65d4af94466fe430cd161
66aa1bbc366158d4709f507ff544a9c679039b7e
describe
virus check
'10827' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1815' 'sip-files00081thm.jpg'
a57bb2c53e5d6212cea4773091a6b830
5bc1ef6c53b4238364236e44803f279bdfab6af9
describe
virus check
'48109' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1816' 'sip-files00082.QC.jpg'
89050c5aede7eb48f4ff6d50f686b602
831de76423d335aee93df21aa9f620ec54f249d4
'2011-06-30T18:34:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11454' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1817' 'sip-files00082thm.jpg'
d668164c188b9436c7a906c05115da70
08dc43ea816d8d61d9ca7c9edaf203f7a6767eb2
describe
virus check
'41403' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1818' 'sip-files00083.QC.jpg'
17da2f5c35eb92cf211b513fd33b783e
339c83893709c03cf499ba2bbe86d13c73daa5bd
describe
virus check
'9817' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1819' 'sip-files00083thm.jpg'
e15c655646bb6468ca638182a1573d94
73d19e14e11cc861e2f79c86f178f44cd213e547
'2011-06-30T18:50:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'154769' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile182' 'sip-files00192.jpg'
11cf03378ce2effd2e3d33f1abd71d3a
c98f56bfdf7b221f1dda474aa35dcf65faad3b54
'2011-06-30T18:36:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'42028' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1820' 'sip-files00084.QC.jpg'
59b154fec37e89fd4f9082e5f1fa8ae6
1770aab110db4a9e7fe6ce9e49d687ac65740333
'2011-06-30T18:35:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10320' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1821' 'sip-files00084thm.jpg'
58b1bb987dba07c186195e8fe4b62f92
2b4443500b2f1e32c5b833f91a6ba1643373a721
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:42-04:00'
virus check
'37939' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1822' 'sip-files00085.QC.jpg'
2896bbfca83f5b3a87ffb5f33308bc94
380e5ce1a6cadc3d0904bfd167fde9a7488616fb
'2011-06-30T18:32:08-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9059' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1823' 'sip-files00085thm.jpg'
d09d93e5734f61ec06f9ccc3b384f22d
f037c336497d553013494a4e4f95dac586d4be43
'2011-06-30T18:46:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45684' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1824' 'sip-files00086.QC.jpg'
67649c731bc1451f6ffbba2c9c289220
eff8f756494fe54b8e37d562e871b1e0ea77b79a
'2011-06-30T18:33:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10954' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1825' 'sip-files00086thm.jpg'
3afec25ce987bf654b368a708d146854
b3c29c43697ee0a34a6ce52572e45ab3482b0b21
'2011-06-30T18:33:09-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:47-04:00'
virus check
'46350' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1826' 'sip-files00087.QC.jpg'
d2c7d40b89f0dd628de19e8317dbcf8b
1395af16d093b8a02958ad4fc6b304e0ec0bc762
describe
virus check
'10810' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1827' 'sip-files00087thm.jpg'
95fa31125e7183b335af8804f5d8df24
170d1784a70cf44f2d5baa484b1ce13cfb4c4cb4
'2011-06-30T18:52:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49265' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1828' 'sip-files00088.QC.jpg'
c5ba846270d3279d07a4a793d6e814f1
dfff3d27b8b803e741a65c3b73f889fcedc09a79
'2011-06-30T18:39:33-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:04-04:00'
virus check
'11485' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1829' 'sip-files00088thm.jpg'
4a8ea45298f43fc5cb5e7cc9189d219e
d209e857339f929500d80cbd4734d38d998425cd
'2011-06-30T18:41:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'143080' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile183' 'sip-files00193.jpg'
1bbdd94edebcca65bcc84d13ce67b389
56f8af07587a34d975fb322a549f571ff7c74033
describe
virus check
'45997' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1830' 'sip-files00089.QC.jpg'
283e0560fa59e1b68a6331000cc898db
2c0ddca820f580c57f083aeb3e861dca352d899b
'2011-06-30T18:50:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10250' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1831' 'sip-files00089thm.jpg'
694492fbfe2ab61ff64e3ee0906aa94e
f77d7494ef13eaa745f292cb4b264692d63641f4
'2011-06-30T18:40:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50221' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1832' 'sip-files00090.QC.jpg'
151d2b80b6a6caddc040ea8fe3e7f388
73eca6a8ec773239774a416ea33a42a7292e011b
'2011-06-30T18:45:40-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:43-04:00'
virus check
'11734' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1833' 'sip-files00090thm.jpg'
e5e39b786120eac391fddd7fca1e2268
6419e59989f6a9c2ee0b46e718a7bae04a0fba8c
'2011-06-30T18:44:55-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:17-04:00'
virus check
'46180' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1834' 'sip-files00091.QC.jpg'
fcd09cb8421e9d8a5f846c4a49afea56
78e094f28f982ed48faf838423ccd624e5808dec
'2011-06-30T18:50:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10702' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1835' 'sip-files00091thm.jpg'
fa780d432f18159cb54cee32a2e4601f
27c864f99e3453ab97028f88539afb22913c48cd
'2011-06-30T18:34:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50724' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1836' 'sip-files00092.QC.jpg'
9d3adbbacf4aeecb2cda46c40272d530
7bb8e7f1b02687930b004875cb4e3be5402c2145
'2011-06-30T18:46:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11765' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1837' 'sip-files00092thm.jpg'
3a93b001ef3ab43dbf5df0c664aa232d
7d0da1cf2ffff3a8d042ba7dbc5a27819f6a3e20
'2011-06-30T18:40:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40940' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1838' 'sip-files00093.QC.jpg'
4769da2353738dd05dff78148ce0c95c
af5aef3d5a4717a9fe31d09deb1d93ddeb6ce28e
'2011-06-30T18:43:20-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:38-04:00'
virus check
'9400' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1839' 'sip-files00093thm.jpg'
4fa0ed98f42ff2359686ae6f3dbde38d
dc80719dc6e063d7abb71fa006f72aa7f19e850b
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:10-04:00'
virus check
'142615' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile184' 'sip-files00194.jpg'
32121ec6ee6d4af9d9f45ad4a7801afe
b2566b1fa287cd05e68b4124ac9d21cecf399d0a
describe
virus check
'43871' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1840' 'sip-files00094.QC.jpg'
222bd1fd4d72b9086d5a53023e79882c
9c8fdaedfefc57dd64409052e666153b66febb95
'2011-06-30T18:46:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10762' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1841' 'sip-files00094thm.jpg'
2bad92250ba33d35e64695792a20eb3f
797d777f97970420a784d238f3b6185abb1a4578
describe
virus check
'47914' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1842' 'sip-files00095.QC.jpg'
8ea80124a2d3df81130f33d4f3b71b51
7324d6dd5b468f9d868f940841c03bbed1c44d4b
'2011-06-30T18:35:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10746' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1843' 'sip-files00095thm.jpg'
84137dec0c342e11f4ceb8b8ddd2c729
5b4254be404d3f1d13decd5ec305c60821599ec9
describe
virus check
'50937' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1844' 'sip-files00096.QC.jpg'
2a1f263c2f6e86f463cb340211f24166
a0a4de49dbfbe585d0a8abf94fc8c9e84746cdd1
describe
virus check
'11979' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1845' 'sip-files00096thm.jpg'
ffaf32bd62feb06d69c05a1e7400445a
46f34034bd884cb8839e6ba69e28768e99dccb16
'2011-06-30T18:32:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47031' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1846' 'sip-files00097.QC.jpg'
fefa6f586c9c87b3b43d5261d42bd570
a8704c166945d321dff02ac84104202ee58217bf
'2011-06-30T18:47:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10950' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1847' 'sip-files00097thm.jpg'
51e5a9a0815236e7e9c5a4e054465efa
54e968c965c62c6838dd4eb1f96d223563500f12
'2011-06-30T18:45:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49638' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1848' 'sip-files00098.QC.jpg'
f52ac9cce1922a36e43c4fb3dbcd2438
e18ec55b563f5ebd91463ecc6a2fbe0126032f42
describe
virus check
'11709' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1849' 'sip-files00098thm.jpg'
990fe5a05088d18b5bb055beb74cbf48
78e9d9a7d24b37db2dcc0b3f53da68c0f3893821
describe
virus check
'149322' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile185' 'sip-files00195.jpg'
947aab620e5732c5903cf36d38890d38
0897cb7c97d5567eed428d52feac2e25785b6e8f
describe
virus check
'46959' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1850' 'sip-files00099.QC.jpg'
a7ef3e5f6a6099668f4d139972daebcf
4e9ebf321a98c799007138d150608e51fcde0180
'2011-06-30T18:36:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11238' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1851' 'sip-files00099thm.jpg'
50744fd0c781c681cdebd826d71dc80e
c6a77eb9c2f9b1951a785dce781337dd28dfef40
'2011-06-30T18:50:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52893' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1852' 'sip-files00100.QC.jpg'
a83c681534ccbdae9760d14a272dbbdf
cd262f9eb5e910142edd13f89df27231299dc86e
'2011-06-30T18:46:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12243' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1853' 'sip-files00100thm.jpg'
e41ae3dace9d2e7d627440584aff9981
9c0b2b2f421ef0ce5bae599b0a2620586019c0e5
describe
virus check
'48584' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1854' 'sip-files00101.QC.jpg'
0c264be3cc4b3781363cff3625a1df0b
fff7db5e1acb0d3c4de2769be07897d65124f55e
describe
virus check
'11812' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1855' 'sip-files00101thm.jpg'
366ffaade23c2541fe327b4784baa174
077e5ab134bde5a64c6ea2acc74a4b916c2d6f6d
'2011-06-30T18:49:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51460' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1856' 'sip-files00102.QC.jpg'
415f096dcf84218cf409cd8e09167323
1cd06687f583b607cb8870a631409f2ac8787c65
describe
virus check
'11994' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1857' 'sip-files00102thm.jpg'
2ab2f9d61fcdb753a9bbfdc5434f86e1
bea91d3eb6b66e22ba209f9682a81ebdb195c35c
describe
virus check
'38983' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1858' 'sip-files00103.QC.jpg'
b10ad945515590a044e9bff7e2219d1c
8d632c361c1ea17bcc69562f97abd3debe13eeb6
'2011-06-30T18:52:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9557' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1859' 'sip-files00103thm.jpg'
75ae3ca29cf493a1da72c4cc9e490b30
e99df27a64c0e3888a8a90417c35490b8beaac92
'2011-06-30T18:45:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'152318' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile186' 'sip-files00196.jpg'
22473985f9ab67ff12d18860c2793951
5cd2bc530c0babfc256fff427a1a2071056036f4
'2011-06-30T18:51:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51397' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1860' 'sip-files00104.QC.jpg'
2cae0ad734646f0a86ce9fd4c34c9ad8
9cf83b2bd32f8d972274239a475365742df40937
'2011-06-30T18:42:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12130' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1861' 'sip-files00104thm.jpg'
9f0dd75282cd248eeed4f91a49230985
816899b79af0653581beb67f8b0f15a0fc70a655
'2011-06-30T18:39:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47040' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1862' 'sip-files00105.QC.jpg'
aaf80ff76f7a9e7a82580fad2e9e5ea9
e3389ee26f5ffadeb6427b88b5dde430c8f82763
describe
virus check
'10552' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1863' 'sip-files00105thm.jpg'
4ef0b23b796b34e1cbe25e8dc26b0cf9
756fcbe244c3285ea5c6fc69c287c6ce429dd7eb
'2011-06-30T18:35:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49838' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1864' 'sip-files00106.QC.jpg'
fca0df878e12507f9df2e9c80dd2172c
07d8b9be78eaf807cf2e64f6f455f5c2c35d2c20
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:32-04:00'
virus check
'11721' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1865' 'sip-files00106thm.jpg'
211e35d7ba5034bdb0f644565703543b
266d9625f09be30bdf7c088c1b3d68cca68b8c09
'2011-06-30T18:47:01-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:13-04:00'
virus check
'47410' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1866' 'sip-files00107.QC.jpg'
ebaf06fa5eb44f2d8daa2c6d7aa67584
c7a58efefb281f17d0e810925513b6bb92531d90
describe
virus check
'11119' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1867' 'sip-files00107thm.jpg'
13b10d978781d9aa0e4bf23066bc6d15
a3af9741ff936e9973398cd3d7d1cdaa6ff96990
'2011-06-30T18:41:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50776' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1868' 'sip-files00108.QC.jpg'
6e9b5d6a8e156b2c67619868a3161e04
357163c79dbeea924e87bc2ed83d181d92f74a10
'2011-06-30T18:46:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12058' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1869' 'sip-files00108thm.jpg'
4b7d6a5794234595fbb1a07730cbf2da
a661022985a3de19add8f938c38e97a124ae1afe
describe
virus check
'147333' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile187' 'sip-files00197.jpg'
66a4ca2a328023974326fc1c7f7a0283
8e3ae2bedc6e67f889e046eabd73c48dc3430769
'2011-06-30T18:42:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'39941' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1870' 'sip-files00109.QC.jpg'
6b7da7e0288810011561afce22bda37d
51eb61c0f85e5194f7dffdda42b4f265c4bd9561
'2011-06-30T18:41:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10023' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1871' 'sip-files00109thm.jpg'
2362abb36caa874301d7266f2b4627e3
29f224ac1fd8fe169e8b5582ad59ad901ea0bb7c
'2011-06-30T18:52:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48598' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1872' 'sip-files00110.QC.jpg'
4d92256fb13d17e51d67cd817ce5be67
bf0173e6b0b2f76286f9f784fad521884f57dbb2
describe
virus check
'11368' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1873' 'sip-files00110thm.jpg'
76074371bc56260ec6cd023d1cd825bc
03ddef4c4dd005c757e7b30fa7212ba5b1ae9565
describe
virus check
'47637' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1874' 'sip-files00111.QC.jpg'
e2bb0adc5ee3af9459b6c0254e04b263
b854f3f533feb0203c3c9bc63df784d29718f7e0
describe
virus check
'11083' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1875' 'sip-files00111thm.jpg'
04137f4efeab92fd4fad555463000106
d10583c70b4a43c6cef344f98be07cffefd26d20
'2011-06-30T18:38:24-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:34-04:00'
virus check
'49457' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1876' 'sip-files00112.QC.jpg'
b89891e443445b7a764117c471e09146
0709e39ef81ef59b54333f75f880b1259f1d0dad
'2011-06-30T18:32:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11729' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1877' 'sip-files00112thm.jpg'
9c1f1c0ef625951f137f9727754a590d
0e91c00c892ce2fc0ae194ff8fa627c9753e6360
'2011-06-30T18:40:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47483' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1878' 'sip-files00113.QC.jpg'
b0c6e7e878ce2c546ca6b9e3e7e34c15
7653484e5624c0b72f0ab9f6f8057bc2e2d5d0e6
describe
virus check
'11199' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1879' 'sip-files00113thm.jpg'
55061955631d94e75d1ef934b56c1ade
70074059fb35f99315c34e3e0f344813966b9aca
'2011-06-30T18:38:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'133482' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile188' 'sip-files00198.jpg'
02ec46372f73dfbd60116384f94a988f
59f310ff976a62948138c54d87a5f73513fe38a2
describe
virus check
'48607' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1880' 'sip-files00114.QC.jpg'
7e997905d051647f5104cdaca715cd3c
9307181fd06ac8161ab6438856cba0aeb6670aec
'2011-06-30T18:32:40-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:38-04:00'
virus check
'11730' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1881' 'sip-files00114thm.jpg'
454a25f5c2595938a6803245883f7f19
b4bcc789b06f8dda2bfe3c66b51deb222aa838e2
'2011-06-30T18:50:30-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:39-04:00'
virus check
'46356' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1882' 'sip-files00115.QC.jpg'
02bacfae3749f732cbc8ece138f2d447
c84b10307bfd185100216c8199f4d59561a144a0
'2011-06-30T18:42:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10982' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1883' 'sip-files00115thm.jpg'
e37b5815720a00206935bb71730654d3
977517791ad69602a8da9c96fae634cd61e5171a
describe
virus check
'49658' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1884' 'sip-files00116.QC.jpg'
0ba98ff3ac36382b6d80b545e3c46035
fdb04ff409cd9c8f12a8e22a482c5932168ea8ac
describe
virus check
'11626' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1885' 'sip-files00116thm.jpg'
86d350731ebe7627467973f62d679fc7
cf017c2ef5b004a763b2dbae8b14cb6b6d09a876
'2011-06-30T18:43:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'17472' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1886' 'sip-files00117.QC.jpg'
8eddcbe513e2ee2ffe88db3005cdbfd1
88962b41671331c23bfd07f9994a0302cd13906b
describe
virus check
'8525' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1887' 'sip-files00117thm.jpg'
1285cf447aa792deeb7409e6207d7a57
2ddf1f02475cb8240559b6f69d1caebe5de281b9
'2011-06-30T18:41:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40600' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1888' 'sip-files00119.QC.jpg'
3a3aed0a5c75f55cc1449ed399298828
0e11b8be3853c81e5359e6a7993795fc52d1ccdc
'2011-06-30T18:49:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9804' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1889' 'sip-files00119thm.jpg'
c1035577a244e6ceef241c03bdbc09a2
6eea63e02565031a44bc21444836836da8237bc3
describe
virus check
'151511' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile189' 'sip-files00199.jpg'
173a34aa37c5510ac9de86d01ad85f28
fe5d67977a8d27f410587d8cc5de64177e260244
'2011-06-30T18:32:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48410' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1890' 'sip-files00120.QC.jpg'
f6e29691e4013bb8c1db361ec09967b3
feac21eaba29af6bfc0bba44d23ea40b90dda9cc
'2011-06-30T18:50:41-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:44-04:00'
virus check
'11396' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1891' 'sip-files00120thm.jpg'
5598fb6adc997a412d4eaa0469341920
6f72c0553fe54e02329c78340e90a31d60a8af77
'2011-06-30T18:48:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47673' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1892' 'sip-files00121.QC.jpg'
a1650f14f9bbfc2330cbbfea3980d714
d1755f76bba83911570c4ba58944db9922d0fb00
describe
virus check
'10635' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1893' 'sip-files00121thm.jpg'
9bc026cf0ad4d2bebdef1d8c976a9fbf
b011af001fec5d0de5339189882a270f97f73d62
'2011-06-30T18:34:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49204' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1894' 'sip-files00122.QC.jpg'
c20f9960f62314927e82d77d02101073
04dd7affd9abc8c07551b464004236649ef59b4c
describe
virus check
'11752' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1895' 'sip-files00122thm.jpg'
0770e60e3904a071626ad0116df07af9
51a75ea0a35496971376975fa0fbc715bb4847a4
'2011-06-30T18:44:25-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:07-04:00'
virus check
'46044' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1896' 'sip-files00123.QC.jpg'
ee3b6e3fdafed75f8f2d35d777f15d9a
06c90c6f30f503429fda843afb6436a48332c566
'2011-06-30T18:49:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11155' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1897' 'sip-files00123thm.jpg'
f9f8e787ad5e0749036ce16ec3cb75f9
608cd2488dafa2c660d69cdd270944195cf095b1
describe
virus check
'48532' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1898' 'sip-files00124.QC.jpg'
ab1b8b0ce9080cb903fb24700cfaf1ee
d1b02f6fcc3a6c858b63cf95aa7063cf086d14a5
describe
virus check
'11611' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1899' 'sip-files00124thm.jpg'
4e62ae2a0dac3753a146e7bd19835dee
b57498c61ca7b4baf7527af3e6a998d4434de3d2
'2011-06-30T18:39:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'153952' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile19' 'sip-files00023.jpg'
1f12a5d11e57a6f5f2e283f78a27b9b8
2553b37e29f5732cc8496d6c082eb2d55399908b
'2011-06-30T18:32:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'155597' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile190' 'sip-files00200.jpg'
69a02ea28ac62c8d3d10354c6ecc37d1
639ebc6301897ac49c390c028dbb11a1ca331008
describe
virus check
'28447' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1900' 'sip-files00125.QC.jpg'
c854a65079ad601d67ca74c27da8ae2e
951b71c5d746a956c865e2b6b04c3629c86b610f
describe
virus check
'7457' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1901' 'sip-files00125thm.jpg'
fbde1d8973e018ad7ba03ad56069a3fa
5b2e407dba563a2a234767cbc4153d2b1a9f9b8a
'2011-06-30T18:43:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50141' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1902' 'sip-files00126.QC.jpg'
9cc1897705520864e33375c3c78e4747
6e96cec36cba2cfa2cbb51f0a217179baf39a16a
'2011-06-30T18:49:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11850' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1903' 'sip-files00126thm.jpg'
4022d2fd80def646a52005af17e28ccc
66f5a26d93a1e7c5662d58fbd58025ef7148519b
describe
virus check
'48335' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1904' 'sip-files00127.QC.jpg'
e00a3f1b5c2c57adf7b294937b103232
05f93c72eb96747baa53c2a7902e87b9316527e8
'2011-06-30T18:39:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1905' 'sip-files00127thm.jpg'
e58be70c7946e509d96b1494806ac399
935ab8f52ad1a7e6b4da764cabcb0c9466cb6df4
'2011-06-30T18:46:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49789' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1906' 'sip-files00128.QC.jpg'
ba0dd1cd4ca4f2658b84fccb6655351e
f228e73c7ac66a9d7e7bdb93c91d3a0a5194a4eb
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1907' 'sip-files00128thm.jpg'
cf6991776a58af5ded63f527c1bc1342
c573dd2b5029aef484f7f79809f42205ceaa683b
'2011-06-30T18:51:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47033' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1908' 'sip-files00129.QC.jpg'
94a270f74cae2ae13c6c1d116e92965d
2a14c02de03d0efdc8aaba06851d3512869d68eb
'2011-06-30T18:38:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1909' 'sip-files00129thm.jpg'
0f8f4496b7b9b372646d041097d6975d
dac967e2c9f6654b79cb58b037453c49117acc25
describe
virus check
'148139' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile191' 'sip-files00201.jpg'
b4ecc1f84a52bee6c562aa1a74cf338a
3f2f43b7e216748af14ef42c9e38a2937760eee4
'2011-06-30T18:36:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49813' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1910' 'sip-files00130.QC.jpg'
3f3992a8216a6f7307e6416791fca073
fbf6ec36e3a2ce5d934458bd7415c43e8d9a6a46
'2011-06-30T18:48:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11753' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1911' 'sip-files00130thm.jpg'
3e0bb590e3d03a54f15897e30514cb83
426ad61c667de98b086870f261e970f9e6a1fee0
describe
virus check
'48084' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1912' 'sip-files00131.QC.jpg'
78cec956fc51c51cc4c90410abe231df
4854322cea82279a4f06b79da2817e1bdd518b9e
'2011-06-30T18:37:01-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:05-04:00'
virus check
'11361' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1913' 'sip-files00131thm.jpg'
9bfbfc264b87a49d2601d2dd00192e35
e8ff3ec017e2db66a8e4d3c8fb4ab1b75ea9814c
describe
virus check
'49345' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1914' 'sip-files00132.QC.jpg'
cb626ab454225f29421b919416e9387c
e59ecfc68f64471622fd94a8c34207c8ac926ab3
'2011-06-30T18:36:53-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11668' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1915' 'sip-files00132thm.jpg'
666f7b76b2d24db5c2ccbd4ff07cc815
d71fac2083f83f3b27dc614709129be5dcff0f64
'2011-06-30T18:33:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47919' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1916' 'sip-files00133.QC.jpg'
73f9ce3887c285b333b49512ff717326
fa081b8f288f924cb9667cced3530045460c0ed6
'2011-06-30T18:42:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10865' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1917' 'sip-files00133thm.jpg'
88956be1de5999668fdc077a4b2c270d
825297cdb6707704d6b8cb3079f56d053984960d
'2011-06-30T18:32:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50627' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1918' 'sip-files00134.QC.jpg'
4dfaffdb8e4b983d754dee97c17c5a76
2972a7b96c59704a51d245b03f1b1aa4ec19c65a
'2011-06-30T18:52:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12056' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1919' 'sip-files00134thm.jpg'
69df7b8cad8ee12d0d9a03325297bd33
ec5ab1ea17feeff7593d9512df7ec1c2b61682fc
describe
virus check
'154282' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile192' 'sip-files00202.jpg'
1150135dbcc810af5148e759fae4244d
a5222b78153a6da9af23b27c14ff46a6343ce82d
describe
virus check
'49205' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1920' 'sip-files00135.QC.jpg'
8da6b5c9e2017b2c36ac7087aa73d005
93b9e3cd8d048c40905e672cab4345f994218265
'2011-06-30T18:32:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:44-04:00'
virus check
'11501' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1921' 'sip-files00135thm.jpg'
d93e12a73c37875ed0b6bf99a46278c7
e0ef8868f1c9aee88bd9ad809f851526c2a3bbb7
'2011-06-30T18:50:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48548' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1922' 'sip-files00136.QC.jpg'
d2ad14b48b1e522f16678758696ed589
d84104e4076e949a23907a6c7e701d3c8103356b
describe
virus check
'11640' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1923' 'sip-files00136thm.jpg'
2bc99e16b014c72ad8f308eda8fbf976
6535eb15578a5e8a30c2b3afb83d320779e72d70
describe
virus check
'46337' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1924' 'sip-files00137.QC.jpg'
b1758cc9debffbbb870ab13f5f5deb56
b0afcf305e849e66e1ca3b2578562be7d8db66e0
describe
virus check
'11196' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1925' 'sip-files00137thm.jpg'
194f2b72959abc1bc5ed869b4fd40300
476fe3439a79b5990ca14895dd784cc4df228514
describe
virus check
'49486' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1926' 'sip-files00138.QC.jpg'
01e548698864e6ab45e81605b5442ed9
9c1b9040b52e3200ba130c1f62785b059bee02a4
describe
virus check
'11874' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1927' 'sip-files00138thm.jpg'
e454e315f783db994aa8387b04af9ef2
952dd23b572610c538763b721a0b513003fa2764
'2011-06-30T18:46:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47325' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1928' 'sip-files00139.QC.jpg'
f985cc93e88d6bded2192a76178ba89a
79362d49b108de9b2ee39ad92628fbc0e10856de
'2011-06-30T18:45:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10548' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1929' 'sip-files00139thm.jpg'
e3ea7dcc32fe114f049fe201cc7703bc
010e0a216f40a666c57c80f2aba1b95ad796acd9
'2011-06-30T18:45:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'152826' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile193' 'sip-files00203.jpg'
140793b133734f19cc81494ffcf1676f
0cab76e4fb4b3b55f2267f6e148099d81dfe7063
'2011-06-30T18:46:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'41354' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1930' 'sip-files00140.QC.jpg'
bee72122f6cefd25dda1308d8cff3c9e
d07a82f2957e010ceba26fb62140a75e2ed84dd8
'2011-06-30T18:39:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10161' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1931' 'sip-files00140thm.jpg'
4aee3df57eac0fed5ee0f02e2ae67e4c
aab11ff4b46be0fab8a7bd237228daa8ffbfebc1
'2011-06-30T18:37:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45662' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1932' 'sip-files00141.QC.jpg'
0245c8f70aecf1ce0468209b1d079722
c4373dd71dc965865593ff6cf23407359fc512bf
'2011-06-30T18:46:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10755' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1933' 'sip-files00141thm.jpg'
91411fe67a7d98bada3856680560e970
85ffe29f6967fabc3d492ca50b22e1381132da10
describe
virus check
'49539' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1934' 'sip-files00142.QC.jpg'
67815340fd3de154ad2f234e9e4f1a48
685b034fd69bb265cf05bdd7ed8333d1dd4fbce9
'2011-06-30T18:34:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11693' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1935' 'sip-files00142thm.jpg'
992e6dfe3ffa28fc7c0d269ec4398959
22eb0ed66534c9ff5e32664b13467ac53c3e89ef
'2011-06-30T18:49:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'46374' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1936' 'sip-files00143.QC.jpg'
d7dce064f652283b9c3d22918db68538
91d955247fe3b8668dae3cbddd966b9fe0476081
'2011-06-30T18:35:49-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:40-04:00'
virus check
'10776' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1937' 'sip-files00143thm.jpg'
d1b73b676626dcb21938f0a73bd5b999
b54a48416c57fdbc36eb8249d0b135165dfffd5b
describe
virus check
'50471' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1938' 'sip-files00144.QC.jpg'
b9259af2d23821029ac7356febfb9e38
11359a36413aff40883cda04fa607681c2dd14c0
describe
virus check
'11862' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1939' 'sip-files00144thm.jpg'
d7e2c240f662ad3535f5b56174b524b8
6e4a669a82d25c8d584d85e82b88605479bc097b
describe
virus check
'155767' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile194' 'sip-files00204.jpg'
0aeac3f01cfb5a8bb59ccae2c2801784
a80dd208b9f768080654a6790c686e196502858d
'2011-06-30T18:35:19-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:28-04:00'
virus check
'44938' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1940' 'sip-files00145.QC.jpg'
8460be44ce6d292a94bb4b72ba194d70
c15052407a88db02499d4cec6e6017d32bba0a39
describe
virus check
'10899' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1941' 'sip-files00145thm.jpg'
fe33cd1398afc7a9b72322e0977ae9ac
053e6957242e2f3e40e18fa88e72567350eb5520
describe
virus check
'39555' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1942' 'sip-files00146.QC.jpg'
266ff4f941d60def209ffce3767c7c30
42f901f5b785db7247849c5b35839d1e18b3e766
'2011-06-30T18:32:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9952' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1943' 'sip-files00146thm.jpg'
fbdb85422121d46bbef9cf6b3ff84f77
d8199e6ca00e48098ee378fae993de4ed1758f55
describe
virus check
'45191' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1944' 'sip-files00147.QC.jpg'
5299ba698bbfe3504a5abcc7f3031884
80ccb606b506b844d8ce41818422b514d542034d
describe
virus check
'10615' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1945' 'sip-files00147thm.jpg'
0731c7a4656cfa977325c9e06239a960
a575768663edd36e497562e42684e3e45473f520
'2011-06-30T18:38:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40529' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1946' 'sip-files00148.QC.jpg'
b8a97ef5060ea7c08fb9fdd53553d19e
855d74d0da537c23ba9e11ee1eb8c19363a4b237
'2011-06-30T18:48:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9909' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1947' 'sip-files00148thm.jpg'
a1494d1f9d13526377b56cf1f3cb98e6
451378e828f82daed743a132277cc54bc6f19624
describe
virus check
'41396' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1948' 'sip-files00149.QC.jpg'
8cae9260203c4ca64022efe81a39209a
c4f2e8d09e1bd163229d82c5b7c90b3bdd98d69e
'2011-06-30T18:34:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9635' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1949' 'sip-files00149thm.jpg'
a2d9117af73c9fba061ce0cc624b304f
adc7caa67f406c5dbf6d667eccbf0cdfc0dfb98a
'2011-06-30T18:32:04-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:24-04:00'
virus check
'146991' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile195' 'sip-files00205.jpg'
10f75eba8084f3fe9574141cd4fb0119
4deed1a97046f6fad952e7abf67a88ca178239aa
describe
virus check
'47581' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1950' 'sip-files00150.QC.jpg'
10494c534085be8b8dee891b1e8b9d5e
9f4bb4a19254acbabfc78275d42c431d393efaff
'2011-06-30T18:32:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11416' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1951' 'sip-files00150thm.jpg'
8eef910fc02e76edbcbffe5f41ce8451
745cb75f64d663ef3e767cb6b4e2878428533ab4
describe
virus check
'44481' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1952' 'sip-files00151.QC.jpg'
30cbb649deb7e40ac8c9f74caea18ae2
7501d89445f6cc1275610f43114270d08fbf8988
'2011-06-30T18:41:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10594' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1953' 'sip-files00151thm.jpg'
a73712edf33fcf69ae50577203ff4afc
bc9e0ef6f76b1e044f207bd734c56bd4e3ad1438
'2011-06-30T18:48:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47689' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1954' 'sip-files00152.QC.jpg'
3f6a9d34655623fbbe1b30db8518a8a2
9d4258cb4256d3d76e3b56326840424b1a4077f8
'2011-06-30T18:44:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11477' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1955' 'sip-files00152thm.jpg'
1f520a53be9d7401a95c4cb3ab3a8a4f
ce26687a0c50a60dee010fae27747f3dfda425b2
describe
virus check
'45016' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1956' 'sip-files00153.QC.jpg'
acbad8ff7a02a28b005b753016c2859a
ce74a7136ab9c772b18e9d4e3a2ed216eb52000e
'2011-06-30T18:41:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1957' 'sip-files00153thm.jpg'
794b89bc8c9e6bbb2c31f6a1442fc369
be65df5134a02fefc0d7f448e6c5fb6b57b13907
'2011-06-30T18:38:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49499' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1958' 'sip-files00154.QC.jpg'
97b869d57ae7e096582827c3c99a8891
a2869977cd454fa3ff087a0b8dac594f72844a3c
describe
virus check
'11676' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1959' 'sip-files00154thm.jpg'
9e2225f233bdefddfb85fcce444ae18d
a4eb0f7820e43443d8d4cb9ba9b42f0c23da87e2
describe
virus check
'156872' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile196' 'sip-files00206.jpg'
fbea215e63bb154162895d20230b7208
bc3baf65924841d440d09cf5ed25e6c8c0a2a5ae
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:55-04:00'
virus check
'21610' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1960' 'sip-files00155.QC.jpg'
cfe08bf6ebcd9c40c1f1e263557ef984
32e5cb01cd36b261464686835dcdd1ef965020b6
describe
virus check
'9355' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1961' 'sip-files00155thm.jpg'
f2363a54d87f1f6aba406de4548f7b8b
6aa5692c7753d8344ae5aaf8d2cd49de0f58e7ec
'2011-06-30T18:49:07-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:00-04:00'
virus check
'45911' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1962' 'sip-files00157.QC.jpg'
5f86453a72f2b44ca8df39e6d7a0a664
7d098dd666717aebe4abc5338e19df1e2e900c0e
'2011-06-30T18:47:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10808' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1963' 'sip-files00157thm.jpg'
f7360ddbcdf3f32dadf2108085d5680c
4df45feb89d7522f92d7f64cfc7b431e8332dbba
describe
virus check
'50339' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1964' 'sip-files00158.QC.jpg'
83c5e381a7ff6ac5ec20f8fc12420ba6
ebf7ee6a9efc452d40a3a0497fbf45cb5e58a8ff
describe
virus check
'11746' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1965' 'sip-files00158thm.jpg'
3d6749bc673e1952e21651b1d6a944ec
1f1a2cf752b15d456c37137cb36376a4c44d83bb
describe
virus check
'41104' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1966' 'sip-files00159.QC.jpg'
f54daf7fa5b07b3d3da4f1893540bf2d
a12b9287762a6c53d2532b44f97f0fd62d0a40a3
'2011-06-30T18:36:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9792' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1967' 'sip-files00159thm.jpg'
6e1e03f99677a73b84dc3dc205116c88
97ab98385a8f09cb470fcf31501d04c7ac15217f
'2011-06-30T18:45:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49063' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1968' 'sip-files00160.QC.jpg'
1d5215380ba0ea6637e71d03fdd5c017
8b68433c8ef49a228680c06d973c34d9e3338c6e
describe
virus check
'11634' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1969' 'sip-files00160thm.jpg'
c16ab1349a50106e576945c79057695e
1f91e2fc74809cb28ed5cb9bc90cd061077f589e
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:38-04:00'
virus check
'121107' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile197' 'sip-files00207.jpg'
da807a4676d9633add5b91c6101f3394
2a2a6d3dbc4a401fe5a25b0e233e49bbebc68c88
describe
virus check
'46721' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1970' 'sip-files00161.QC.jpg'
986d6a5ed3fd26fcb6b374d39a279a9c
296946fc211c60bc9cc380bcb1f24e9655f400b7
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1971' 'sip-files00161thm.jpg'
2103a22addd9fa8be4bc6211066aab72
3b0332caf3512fa167810fac2b9b660279f0936d
describe
virus check
'41799' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1972' 'sip-files00162.QC.jpg'
ec8db5cdd1c5bdd093901837b8416750
1bf66a97f9269ca12133c5a207702a567e159bd3
describe
virus check
'10294' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1973' 'sip-files00162thm.jpg'
f0b32c7bdd3ee5af08962839d1477130
8c9be44173536997ee36bd077f743c46812792bc
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:27-04:00'
virus check
'45084' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1974' 'sip-files00163.QC.jpg'
c7daf5347425a72bcb2d81e9e41c37e5
139c48b47525998465df85485a5dbfa5be4474b9
describe
virus check
'10402' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1975' 'sip-files00163thm.jpg'
12e90e229e00153e5f977b3d981c458a
ea57510af580e7826ce87fa0db9380fb5b1dd04f
'2011-06-30T18:37:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51139' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1976' 'sip-files00164.QC.jpg'
41b3264630f2e9ee0c82464760fedab7
4a693cf6601c9ad97a84d7e82607573d261b0ae6
'2011-06-30T18:31:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12189' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1977' 'sip-files00164thm.jpg'
e1cb2e3d1dd90fc66279cfcaac0c18c9
6872e81dfc38d588bfb78317bbd37e93a673df3c
describe
virus check
'45604' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1978' 'sip-files00165.QC.jpg'
d2ad13711f800fb3aecb26f24c7706f7
0ad25421548e2308e3060967b35a2b3d68da1a62
describe
virus check
'11089' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1979' 'sip-files00165thm.jpg'
062f33cbcf4ce61d6ec5ef429d1a50e3
7ac3aa168dc0de7efa699eec036a3e16631c875a
'2011-06-30T18:32:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'162775' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile198' 'sip-files00208.jpg'
a899244c0d18c408b2722d1d7006bd4d
4868a1964fe4d086c4b4cf99d6aa3fb92b3a5c25
'2011-06-30T18:34:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50206' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1980' 'sip-files00166.QC.jpg'
8c07d2283fbb20ace2c0b89435c2ebf9
938f2178d24b2b9938e1eacf890a6e889836fe19
describe
virus check
'12083' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1981' 'sip-files00166thm.jpg'
a7e8f7b825dc5c155a3026009ea939d5
8146d4b4a510b0479580e74b0807b4029a8d6578
'2011-06-30T18:40:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'25302' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1982' 'sip-files00167.QC.jpg'
0a17318e28d27dec276079388e90bfe7
dda5536952306fa17c2789091c8f23dfb64324f3
describe
virus check
'10214' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1983' 'sip-files00167thm.jpg'
a6395a0044979e52f2f9592baccb15e9
fb9ee6a6bff94f171334189dc3715aa9b1783512
describe
virus check
'46946' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1984' 'sip-files00169.QC.jpg'
46c847496327628d0cfd96d4b42f4b3d
3858c3552d2384702980615c6bb692bdc52fadaf
'2011-06-30T18:35:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10713' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1985' 'sip-files00169thm.jpg'
0b07285709f7ee16811c4aa2611f9258
a00e502e146014ba723336e5763bddcd533250ea
describe
virus check
'43239' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1986' 'sip-files00170.QC.jpg'
edf87cb09f5809f1ae311aa2043a6727
39d52ab361055b7a422e600924f1bdd48d29ae5b
'2011-06-30T18:37:05-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:06-04:00'
virus check
'10452' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1987' 'sip-files00170thm.jpg'
7fa97c888481c22be6e02faaa0e2c805
f34945645b3a65cca3b7dff480a73fa0b937cbc0
'2011-06-30T18:31:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48695' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1988' 'sip-files00171.QC.jpg'
c7e7650d2e80638b2226e9968df8650e
75caacdf24a42cbfde912e9b59097a7402238cdf
'2011-06-30T18:39:39-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:06-04:00'
virus check
'11694' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1989' 'sip-files00171thm.jpg'
4efe366c89c229ae91abcffe81fc592a
0c008dcab30baad4662cc03ac2943ebf93a72413
describe
virus check
'147122' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile199' 'sip-files00209.jpg'
20f3695c2ce901d93b477282347690a6
43c69cad555db06ffe55ac801ac05ad08b9532da
'2011-06-30T18:46:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48937' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1990' 'sip-files00172.QC.jpg'
a87bb663222c9e169f0e5931ef8d4e4d
7c760f812bdbd8b0446214cb63ae24e9a1ed0514
describe
virus check
'11602' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1991' 'sip-files00172thm.jpg'
6de65b2a7d33ebf11cfdb551aa6c3394
28e539187199b673562465e19fc827ef8212ea78
describe
virus check
'41760' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1992' 'sip-files00173.QC.jpg'
d2da49c5d3049ec284564e1be102b68d
cc6a86d68160d100a8cb6e1ef7b38b913be32954
'2011-06-30T18:49:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10324' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1993' 'sip-files00173thm.jpg'
4c34cc27f438c33b20def9611dd71696
9e8c28f859d22c1b43337ddf6280d99c78607089
describe
virus check
'50829' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1994' 'sip-files00174.QC.jpg'
94b72454c1f4f160395fcbb85ecf7eb4
19e1c8a9a01c30c03f54c167e3f5d2bf68622975
'2011-06-30T18:38:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12086' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1995' 'sip-files00174thm.jpg'
b284ac892c4e0dba6aeaf85b96bcd14d
5225da0650c9b0ae88a9c1d1f9132e35aa6b6074
describe
virus check
'47724' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1996' 'sip-files00175.QC.jpg'
edb00f124f31d8a740171b0a2240dd65
0e17e4fcf13c339c4f791bbcb8ef03990a0c86ff
describe
virus check
'11591' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1997' 'sip-files00175thm.jpg'
6e83702f41fcdc5402ab40c8e50c2bfe
b8dceb460b08261ee4d11dd5327f9479d319b013
describe
virus check
'49649' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1998' 'sip-files00176.QC.jpg'
085829fd3308fb70b45ee17794c20f47
a90b68816edea9cbfe3498916cfa977c4ca7b289
'2011-06-30T18:49:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11745' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile1999' 'sip-files00176thm.jpg'
d027d80270795ea7375dfc0170839ec2
59cec9187c16b43f9e235cc0f32faeb173bc6113
describe
virus check
'54791' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
4c98ad849d51088370a158a03db6c23b
549c8359db91549494987f11753457fd3478595d
'2011-06-30T18:38:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'157489' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile20' 'sip-files00024.jpg'
efcfe086852042f3da7a4a8fbd7f0d15
c2d37df2aecb05ffb22c8d6ab566c196c75e9de3
'2011-06-30T18:33:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'149478' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile200' 'sip-files00210.jpg'
dd490be42a626bee19c766df07044844
ae3047411c6119fb66e78fd381afd60bcf99a975
describe
virus check
'47557' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2000' 'sip-files00177.QC.jpg'
863c45ebcf73061a3fe236cd8d4360f4
4e9adadfbd58c17929164b6f85af1ef7da1b8ec4
'2011-06-30T18:38:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11346' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2001' 'sip-files00177thm.jpg'
143771a0e40244ff06aac5b1384af5c4
7a1f621827c146a11731395f08e4f3d7c89446c7
describe
virus check
'50664' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2002' 'sip-files00178.QC.jpg'
172e5f495e609da51730942642987cb5
11c07ac737bdf551afb98a0d6907d384b26a5959
describe
virus check
'11780' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2003' 'sip-files00178thm.jpg'
d05558ec2c16a8b620e7b3814dce8e0b
11ea1ddd6cadf1150ee0bc4e916d905d6b583826
describe
virus check
'18199' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2004' 'sip-files00179.QC.jpg'
9146f85da9cd30d6ff6524194361efde
e80f03fda3da7e0081fbae59f1ad6b7f8177f431
describe
virus check
'8683' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2005' 'sip-files00179thm.jpg'
9e46025389c7fe5b94175f8a283884b2
b451514220af48bb48847814aca03a69d6f790b2
describe
virus check
'44531' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2006' 'sip-files00181.QC.jpg'
1a9dc8f6adf52cbad0df390f7387f706
7bf20ad47f8249f67ad301b4133acdbc210cbc3d
describe
virus check
'10645' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2007' 'sip-files00181thm.jpg'
0969c60908b025c4b0c3184f32f5b9c6
36253a20ed9bd8dc85628f01f2f6d64425366faa
'2011-06-30T18:35:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'34743' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2008' 'sip-files00182.QC.jpg'
99e0c6de5d58c96a85155a2e4dafaf14
174d356c1d7da7d68cfed2865c3179b89813a701
'2011-06-30T18:37:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'8531' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2009' 'sip-files00182thm.jpg'
e4367df2159f461b6735161bc60ea7ea
72c8d01f1fb10cbf595db628f8ec7afc0785871b
describe
virus check
'147113' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile201' 'sip-files00211.jpg'
62f8bcb1f1d49859c99e790781efb1dc
3cc8601f4e6eb4b340604bd76ba9223350b8572d
describe
virus check
'25101' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2010' 'sip-files00183.QC.jpg'
2e0dcfbc7bcae4aa1b54bb45d24a125d
4f775391d6778a601138ff8329b64e1ad68f22ff
describe
virus check
'7197' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2011' 'sip-files00183thm.jpg'
0bb50352c933221cc91b2e69506479f8
e76bf8a611a0c12ac333d56a89c8ad004f9c3099
'2011-06-30T18:31:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48606' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2012' 'sip-files00184.QC.jpg'
08d85c7723e9716aeaf5c43f3d05d66f
584460abbf2e07514ce684656453b18d36c93dde
'2011-06-30T18:51:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11827' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2013' 'sip-files00184thm.jpg'
576d454b26ef6427b45c7a7b8ad187f9
4c4a8ae8991265dc4561933fb2ffadb112abcfb3
describe
virus check
'44266' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2014' 'sip-files00185.QC.jpg'
ff36053aaf41e93c40d7885ceb50742e
68b4046926c4fe975b7608567b4ff802702e2358
'2011-06-30T18:50:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10260' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2015' 'sip-files00185thm.jpg'
0dcc0b80d6c44365f6c16dea88631281
e83269314fba5cd108ef1c129b04b891c229d24d
'2011-06-30T18:46:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45637' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2016' 'sip-files00186.QC.jpg'
02f1eded43391e384ad0898e87eef5a5
266b3b20aa9903067f9bd9002b13aee592c0e8e1
describe
virus check
'11099' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2017' 'sip-files00186thm.jpg'
5796897854a9574de26cf3fafac7580d
ddffedce415e60b2cf3976bc03b265903b4e38e7
'2011-06-30T18:34:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45378' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2018' 'sip-files00187.QC.jpg'
e30ef1700b855b6f73612d6c5183045f
8a07e112899dac98a38904146c70c70b9cedfad6
'2011-06-30T18:38:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10503' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2019' 'sip-files00187thm.jpg'
fc3c233a1b7fa64fd9a8872116c615eb
5ac63ed4c7d3207944c19a8a2ec46f379e2ae716
describe
virus check
'151623' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile202' 'sip-files00212.jpg'
bbbf9db4c0c1ac38ca9a963f6a1e5cda
e8e0cbcc63f71fd1bdaac77764d9c12f56dd4576
describe
virus check
'49304' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2020' 'sip-files00188.QC.jpg'
09f905a04d3b4e29d35fe6d7387efdf8
d7f195598ce5542fec64034f22f710b5fd0af7d8
describe
virus check
'11592' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2021' 'sip-files00188thm.jpg'
809b8d5946110f05266c3adc42931b9b
6e94d24654c2085752d6600b29171e4b55fa7f76
'2011-06-30T18:43:49-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:49-04:00'
virus check
'35219' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2022' 'sip-files00189.QC.jpg'
e0e2b821be403c469ac0667f211c00fe
0b30dc3248b5c5a12520a3fba306d02e1d8b7397
'2011-06-30T18:43:51-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:50-04:00'
virus check
'8578' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2023' 'sip-files00189thm.jpg'
b018197223f1d144737e07354c389249
ec83eed253d57397f4dae5fe782ab184bf491f87
describe
virus check
'42265' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2024' 'sip-files00190.QC.jpg'
08fdcffc73161014c0d2b3bff1033544
9a6c187ae45ee9bd301964ac9a79e87401eb2860
'2011-06-30T18:48:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10566' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2025' 'sip-files00190thm.jpg'
b61b3687a3bdf97c898db24da7c54bb7
1e92ab40251d55a6db7a09d0c5d864f0f77484ca
'2011-06-30T18:40:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'42705' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2026' 'sip-files00191.QC.jpg'
af44950d0a5901322e684e4753d7b66a
94fc761807a7e8e5113c2eb056cbec921596da3d
'2011-06-30T18:32:58-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:43-04:00'
virus check
'9932' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2027' 'sip-files00191thm.jpg'
90e089813e688de20e352f052add9790
e2e9f0a4a749158de620ae4a79a3c2d5b369900f
describe
virus check
'49398' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2028' 'sip-files00192.QC.jpg'
f2b6800edf3da5905574aaf067e635d2
8f2b355cd7ae235955651e9a0b5681c0e14a94da
'2011-06-30T18:37:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11511' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2029' 'sip-files00192thm.jpg'
1fe495a0f7b7b2583b1e2a1e697161f7
587e94443c77a5055a28cff0f07376d90b6bfe17
'2011-06-30T18:44:00-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:54-04:00'
virus check
'142809' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile203' 'sip-files00213.jpg'
94ffc90df888214c4a01cb6dfed3158d
1eea0e3a2782604e0174c3768ce699a4b8a17ce5
'2011-06-30T18:41:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'44319' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2030' 'sip-files00193.QC.jpg'
ffc08c0328e902318b4073121e11273a
1cd4c5a9466d6d75e144f1a0d6e18294940b4e73
describe
virus check
'10483' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2031' 'sip-files00193thm.jpg'
adaf83f8c8b0084ad12393e52a652165
7ee57e8ad19ed5c4ce41f8b508a596af8da62aa0
'2011-06-30T18:33:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45000' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2032' 'sip-files00194.QC.jpg'
bc2811e0ce0739cc29c353c1ae6d451a
6fc66161dfeca59fd2b17ca697b39a5289fe8052
describe
virus check
'10655' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2033' 'sip-files00194thm.jpg'
de0b50388e836dde716734565992e358
d2f6f87b73a2a9346bdee7f6056bf127f17c7737
'2011-06-30T18:33:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47906' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2034' 'sip-files00195.QC.jpg'
131f9116891a929c9a59395c59fce151
6165716e9a2a59d3538e35fd0c5e45cfbc9a31cd
'2011-06-30T18:50:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10987' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2035' 'sip-files00195thm.jpg'
c7607a4046a4432fdd4d948f2b972396
9c2f8b5b4bbe9bda8c0e58d9dbd9fb0bf4a4af09
'2011-06-30T18:51:05-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:55-04:00'
virus check
'48943' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2036' 'sip-files00196.QC.jpg'
3397492a72faff3db95e0b86a8dd932b
8227c5ea05bec311c74ad23c618070eda2f83e4d
describe
virus check
'11662' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2037' 'sip-files00196thm.jpg'
a70d1027f754fc4ab1df9df4bea604f0
b77de5cd134d94b4ab43dd5c8ac7e8a1082050a4
describe
virus check
'46933' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2038' 'sip-files00197.QC.jpg'
44a6e15c899ecf4e6f76ede6bec3e809
e9bdc92e87cef82d4901546326a16d233cdd89f2
describe
virus check
'10852' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2039' 'sip-files00197thm.jpg'
b0961c7cc1f34bc0466f59d1c32d9dfa
0f3e51bd57b37008915fb357fc0e42eac0d33169
describe
virus check
'147581' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile204' 'sip-files00214.jpg'
b04235e7fbc2a43023e85588f6583ae6
584f5d1df052ccab46ec925654c2b4bffb86e779
'2011-06-30T18:33:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'43364' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2040' 'sip-files00198.QC.jpg'
74707570a716087b156a0f0ad13dd849
4158a5739e10d655e4130a611f56a2b97dd17194
describe
virus check
'10649' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2041' 'sip-files00198thm.jpg'
e86d0c93bee2e51cc17f2d3051338ba5
827c1770707f19262f1b2ad4a2fc69d46cd12a57
describe
virus check
'48257' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2042' 'sip-files00199.QC.jpg'
64d97710b26c4b49b02ca858e44b69aa
a401e2f27a7c6c43c2d3a4305189d308e4a61826
describe
virus check
'11107' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2043' 'sip-files00199thm.jpg'
9db7256b40d830c7e543e239eb3ce6c3
eaa76af8572c2c6f19e3da6c50139f2deae23ea0
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2044' 'sip-files00200.QC.jpg'
569abeae9d81674ab9fe295c0acef595
5657c7b696c83c74536f957573f215ab5b251bb4
describe
virus check
'11571' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2045' 'sip-files00200thm.jpg'
a1e7b70c9024641ec79c13eaf8c0158e
681a433c6d049ba8b87840faed03b99f287ba611
'2011-06-30T18:47:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47110' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2046' 'sip-files00201.QC.jpg'
3b02646206f302a2fced451f41bb20a7
ec5d2f07ddb2747f0e41d69e28f2716f668a9078
'2011-06-30T18:44:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11215' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2047' 'sip-files00201thm.jpg'
791a1015a15867b1efdee7f1539875af
77f48c704e33085e9f54ee4be99b7bb46ab0654d
'2011-06-30T18:31:33-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:11-04:00'
virus check
'50134' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2048' 'sip-files00202.QC.jpg'
3da5e412ae4d949d247de053b3581101
b69241b7b08666ca298037bf33fb3cc4b3d677bd
describe
virus check
'11944' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2049' 'sip-files00202thm.jpg'
154e1d13c3e0459a6f7ac154c6d21ac0
0f7250d117ea5e9dc63b8feab88ef23149fce5da
describe
virus check
'143803' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile205' 'sip-files00215.jpg'
fcc8a1d8f798530ccdc8a5bb7f3ce31b
c0016785b96773f6c5cbadc58713f5256e7e8790
describe
virus check
'48727' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2050' 'sip-files00203.QC.jpg'
94b0d6d578fce515e9dd73e8248a8f91
4a8da5c925fe3d21556133807bfa52451438621e
'2011-06-30T18:39:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11256' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2051' 'sip-files00203thm.jpg'
730cc766238c31c0a456a8235d5a0d8c
00b71af055f99606a0455b54d740e1f1151dcba2
describe
virus check
'50761' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2052' 'sip-files00204.QC.jpg'
793b7151de3461d22d212a6944efdb7a
1324c6332759585a7fc0efe618decd86dd6eb6af
'2011-06-30T18:44:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12219' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2053' 'sip-files00204thm.jpg'
f2b6a4bfe43bb4ac9cbb856a26cf8a04
c7158f8759fc578ee78c0bfad7f649989da18909
describe
virus check
'47165' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2054' 'sip-files00205.QC.jpg'
92b48eec64664a1dfba277df3349e1db
d52b6b465a8f6d73046cc500b742a8e4c8e618c4
'2011-06-30T18:47:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11133' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2055' 'sip-files00205thm.jpg'
fbc638472e51decccadf08f65dffb1bd
5516b63337cfe3084788bf8e0ce6de05fe144d6d
'2011-06-30T18:45:50-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:46-04:00'
virus check
'50972' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2056' 'sip-files00206.QC.jpg'
0cb703b959f21b8fea87a1a98207c011
bd1df06961be221a1b7fd90bf57bcf2b0c5e6811
'2011-06-30T18:38:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11761' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2057' 'sip-files00206thm.jpg'
5550ab23da8b559a3bb4433c4a021183
4cd906dcfe7ca382afa517cbfad431a4f6b6443c
describe
virus check
'37852' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2058' 'sip-files00207.QC.jpg'
823640f17fbec5ecdb8de85e6ed9bdd4
2aa8ef9d976c9fe9c7df28d34ce5e0722cb033ac
'2011-06-30T18:46:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9617' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2059' 'sip-files00207thm.jpg'
a0a56eeb1e30350cedc2417f895e5cf9
e7d4d8b5e0e50af953d162a04c232c6a947c204a
describe
virus check
'149523' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile206' 'sip-files00216.jpg'
d7bb26e0d7b606215004f13053118e93
798e456923af071fe1b1608f1fcb325cbb01dad8
'2011-06-30T18:35:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52502' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2060' 'sip-files00208.QC.jpg'
0d88aca2e839b2050b1de24a7f9ed7f6
8c1797cc7bf1239897facb7fd3724fce38ae0ec0
describe
virus check
'11956' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2061' 'sip-files00208thm.jpg'
a43846f9c843750d624388831b2e66db
77416fd1736f833f66ccc7a8612fcd49566bf0b7
describe
virus check
'47246' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2062' 'sip-files00209.QC.jpg'
5f1cca197811afdcf4fdba48cf8e9792
72ecc3456cc5a0077f175aec2a7deef611d1bf05
'2011-06-30T18:43:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:53-04:00'
virus check
'10753' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2063' 'sip-files00209thm.jpg'
5b9ff0648b3615890e0405415a482919
3462b26dd1bd122b624dec7e69ba7095393f076d
describe
virus check
'48138' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2064' 'sip-files00210.QC.jpg'
8745e966b97a9db48719c498fc3d5772
14ad9f4532dc6a1a64cdb116162ab34d2ae2d453
describe
virus check
'11357' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2065' 'sip-files00210thm.jpg'
51119d13e90d1521c5a8e89b52c9a8ae
808e397f1a20ab53e7126c1eda2062d2e61625fc
'2011-06-30T18:41:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'46326' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2066' 'sip-files00211.QC.jpg'
597f4baa55381d7c8c074a82701968b1
c9416a75eb61609c510a170406d3d9a2776a6c3c
describe
virus check
'10703' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2067' 'sip-files00211thm.jpg'
9e1c145a97ef9bbbd2e531130f84fff9
98377f8d3d41815b0377ddba27154ff34181f3dd
describe
virus check
'49984' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2068' 'sip-files00212.QC.jpg'
0ba8f83401824776037b0b59d096a285
9950729b20db4b38569e45e74e6e25a13ce95f2c
describe
virus check
'11663' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2069' 'sip-files00212thm.jpg'
f6823bcf8b35866cd868e3d824a06d5c
11caf3146b0fac8bb4d5584c3a5fda2a0ee8c0bc
'2011-06-30T18:35:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'142775' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile207' 'sip-files00217.jpg'
3136c61d9f53f288019337b821943610
f265437d1587e53543a227ca306040457c731146
'2011-06-30T18:49:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45124' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2070' 'sip-files00213.QC.jpg'
e4ffa37f60e803b6721de0ac662697b1
ccdf84bd46c74300b46dd962691250538afd922a
'2011-06-30T18:50:53-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:48-04:00'
virus check
'10391' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2071' 'sip-files00213thm.jpg'
3d30b7f0f2bc23586b4ce2a8f5e35707
5d75d2c542d545a40f345969375e9edcfecd8f6c
'2011-06-30T18:43:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48056' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2072' 'sip-files00214.QC.jpg'
195bf5bc92fe8448f21e68fc40b64190
32cd0853a0d124ff402b8a6ed1722def6fa5cac7
'2011-06-30T18:52:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10936' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2073' 'sip-files00214thm.jpg'
896bdc05589d8954fca4e90039d01d39
73c6313df1d1bb86c89342b34e07df02e7d36df8
'2011-06-30T18:34:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45284' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2074' 'sip-files00215.QC.jpg'
d3fb66b448ca01490c21416145a79d15
6cae592191776dc54f63505cbc60c53ddb9dae29
describe
virus check
'10586' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2075' 'sip-files00215thm.jpg'
7bdd379e35983ae1b8d9e1f5bb381b6e
bf3907153cb8701eb04d2e1d6bb2e65f66eb3f99
describe
virus check
'49166' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2076' 'sip-files00216.QC.jpg'
7268275fc2a90067b01462d208780d07
bde7ccf5e50321ef99370cca07b16a52c794a301
'2011-06-30T18:49:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11383' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2077' 'sip-files00216thm.jpg'
ef87540ddea9d621e4d025b5a3a1db54
36993d9006e44a44b93256de9a6d089e13a3916e
'2011-06-30T18:46:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45592' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2078' 'sip-files00217.QC.jpg'
302a443c42abce91113157595239dfff
0dd259fe7bac64a88e0134cdd859d7475eba1342
describe
virus check
'10726' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2079' 'sip-files00217thm.jpg'
1023f844c4353fd699a27de67ba37fea
b7476abf1a735478391cae3f6ffd58dcd44ea885
'2011-06-30T18:47:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'140074' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile208' 'sip-files00218.jpg'
f9cc3797c90c5b386f8b1e09e29e9f25
1a872ff39886874e515776e63a21d6e408071fb5
'2011-06-30T18:32:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45737' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2080' 'sip-files00218.QC.jpg'
200a05f393473ccca4cfb8b28a019d04
771eeb41909a54c9b59c826255c7c29b2474b0fc
'2011-06-30T18:43:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10731' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2081' 'sip-files00218thm.jpg'
a21661e4dcaa922b720ea3e7b4fd532f
e555580b629cabb246316e418fbc8fd023c4ff1c
describe
virus check
'41598' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2082' 'sip-files00219.QC.jpg'
1341c19fed387fe0fe5c749e8de41017
e80123bcb2f1d09e212276ad58e3138d2371e01f
'2011-06-30T18:32:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10099' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2083' 'sip-files00219thm.jpg'
e3f75288fb336985a0300d17a830a23a
ef573e1e9fdd20f4e5fb1101a75b9d277310832d
'2011-06-30T18:41:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49052' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2084' 'sip-files00220.QC.jpg'
c400df6a25b30a749974a87de48dc0bf
a580b09837dd2e07352f5d50822e85372fea0903
describe
virus check
'11436' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2085' 'sip-files00220thm.jpg'
76bc8f5f3f2b01eaea50a8f98b6a9192
44a204b5cd0e4aa7d4e13510454e5460385a6906
describe
virus check
'46848' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2086' 'sip-files00221.QC.jpg'
c99f10b6ca0b4ceb84c0a09eaf95b4ff
724f9ec8ef88268212a43b2cd49f28ed781cc76e
describe
virus check
'10946' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2087' 'sip-files00221thm.jpg'
d6ba78e51505c37f32787f2f4c0bc310
61053d28525822009c1af9c30a6ae97bbbc4b860
describe
virus check
'51722' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2088' 'sip-files00222.QC.jpg'
20fda0cb71366d7b70655f25eb0762ac
fc5b6275dc7b1b52cb7d935bb5dc496d9e847212
describe
virus check
'12316' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2089' 'sip-files00222thm.jpg'
ccd6d18da68d8958be8c5179a50e69bd
8bd381e534a535ce7af681dfaeea833d6bcc0f05
'2011-06-30T18:52:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'130468' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile209' 'sip-files00219.jpg'
35c321bd4552c95e9a02ab8d059b0687
34136fd2556d8c3727f8e45c94681727dce8a616
'2011-06-30T18:44:09-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:00-04:00'
virus check
'47188' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2090' 'sip-files00223.QC.jpg'
bbca69058f402ebd6e1dcfbccb96e5fc
e6c452ed1fe5fa4a3c80a6711b6893bc0da0af58
'2011-06-30T18:42:53-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10971' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2091' 'sip-files00223thm.jpg'
c423921131bdb62240880f568b3c673c
0f6597042b0b210e0fb514899758c860d88a567a
describe
virus check
'34885' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2092' 'sip-files00224.QC.jpg'
ea08d4bd248310b4df564c920a37b703
a65bad15c0d1659c1a28fa9bd7000da3f3e188d8
describe
virus check
'8894' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2093' 'sip-files00224thm.jpg'
75a107101cac1a5980b73bcade3046a1
143c9256828ade0da4b6cc95cc2f038b1f58c6f1
describe
virus check
'47701' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2094' 'sip-files00225.QC.jpg'
c4a90eb0e7241be7ecb8a559ca845360
eae0f6718a844adcbc05bca4475b5f682ece0817
describe
virus check
'11390' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2095' 'sip-files00225thm.jpg'
22f03d0c0404ccb8ae34347fd7f143f2
cfa5b37e50ac04467e44eeba0592a15fcffc5a9f
describe
virus check
'44740' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2096' 'sip-files00226.QC.jpg'
99ee04abc1b8447410ba0774cbf4c71c
8eca2bc02c6e77fea9922c472f3bf9c3106f8c2f
describe
virus check
'10256' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2097' 'sip-files00226thm.jpg'
4d96422d37d3fdb14fa9de2ca5567912
5c0ef40036ae1fc272b88e3c1991a699d19cba81
describe
virus check
'47712' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2098' 'sip-files00227.QC.jpg'
ba983ec27e981a1e52d41805470c3486
a81501c9427d5cf9868e0159425f289614aa38b0
describe
virus check
'11056' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2099' 'sip-files00227thm.jpg'
044ce207b44a4ca703c0cbc37736457a
aa84244d58b2d7b0d8c825266393504357d2e584
'2011-06-30T18:38:07-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:28-04:00'
virus check
'157299' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile21' 'sip-files00025.jpg'
9e5d1dea0ebe160e859ca8b9d347594e
e4e8e1d745b03725f0439ca80e695604812894d7
'2011-06-30T18:35:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'148227' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile210' 'sip-files00220.jpg'
217424ccb3a0062583fdfbee8a955360
cf8acb2eb33ab8d5eb0ec4f0435aa18a3819d1c1
describe
virus check
'43494' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2100' 'sip-files00228.QC.jpg'
c9c17f51502cff1752bf8cc24d70e64f
c1eb4ceeeb9a1a7d3aa6fd0c7e33af04d1ee617a
'2011-06-30T18:49:05-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:58-04:00'
virus check
'10438' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2101' 'sip-files00228thm.jpg'
db23ae8ddfa99b0c2f8cccce2641412f
0f34189e8034492f4f1fc567d38e3ba2859b48ed
describe
virus check
'39602' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2102' 'sip-files00229.QC.jpg'
2ee63402b149ea1e8a40ae0c1a090a45
800f52874aabca3785eecc271df817f4a51de141
'2011-06-30T18:51:26-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:02-04:00'
virus check
'9427' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2103' 'sip-files00229thm.jpg'
103dd34e66aab7d8c75eddd345116a94
50f4399092cbf5506000acd2440cde679470a563
describe
virus check
'51283' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2104' 'sip-files00230.QC.jpg'
42e3fcb3519038ceb9a226aaa44bab79
a2008e2c7e7359f08fcacbc35c1c8ef13566e2e6
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2105' 'sip-files00230thm.jpg'
1b0593836c8c95578a6a897d38cc2e44
8f3f611a33cefffc4c896e629c86e4956bf0c4ec
describe
virus check
'50354' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2106' 'sip-files00231.QC.jpg'
04b1848dc49d42a3836bdb1468daf2f4
5420756f955039235c44f20f690ff48d57705c33
describe
virus check
'11836' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2107' 'sip-files00231thm.jpg'
fbfe089272b5dcf72fb3c34f82f40dfa
aad61db6c440e244663a1c0abeabc159aa32f502
describe
virus check
'42970' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2108' 'sip-files00232.QC.jpg'
26c4cb3b9b547b197bbba45d9c12727b
913a2e188958ca52869db06b31df70db4a77362c
'2011-06-30T18:46:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10551' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2109' 'sip-files00232thm.jpg'
d94f6e1b2accfdaaf8b594bd841da801
2b6c08bd381a79507435c2fda93150e1d5df1d74
'2011-06-30T18:40:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'143807' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile211' 'sip-files00221.jpg'
59049abb4a11e8891c62af7bd146c5cb
dd2fd3a8f667045e0fdef8d68e58fd1624a14f74
'2011-06-30T18:51:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40640' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2110' 'sip-files00233.QC.jpg'
7236686511b04ec32f530d49472bba75
70635fcb6a495aa2c7cc14b9bb5bae764049c7c8
describe
virus check
'9933' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2111' 'sip-files00233thm.jpg'
4d865bc20af12ac130808a0b04314a0c
bca965aeed3922e138299f465126fe93c9c328d8
describe
virus check
'48433' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2112' 'sip-files00234.QC.jpg'
16d09d5347dc21dac2697d0390c5ebe4
b29ac61d995ae18874f2f33b70434a8b40debf57
describe
virus check
'11749' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2113' 'sip-files00234thm.jpg'
a3ac2297025ba6012b7858c7d878b1f0
7dbd9c09a52bebac10efd429edd2e39c60efbcf6
describe
virus check
'45901' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2114' 'sip-files00235.QC.jpg'
37763f59792cf3e9f0981091f2f0d994
cf0781f6f54322a7828a65a36da5d456a8628664
describe
virus check
'11045' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2115' 'sip-files00235thm.jpg'
9e70c67d14220b0c25971c03526212a9
92cc2c866e3883296eb29e0e7889234c6d9505b3
'2011-06-30T18:31:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51262' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2116' 'sip-files00236.QC.jpg'
0c01349ad567b293218385daa0cd151f
d5e14f5ed26d33bc84778849b2857dacbf034285
describe
virus check
'12068' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2117' 'sip-files00236thm.jpg'
6674175871cbeb5dac184d1847a4f152
64902869bc09a82747001002a760e815d5cad910
'2011-06-30T18:36:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47370' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2118' 'sip-files00237.QC.jpg'
2c0c9a4c73caf0f8a9c90baacf1fcd02
82ca0852c4d178d9b6d5037b3e65e86be97fd07c
'2011-06-30T18:33:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11211' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2119' 'sip-files00237thm.jpg'
808fec9c73879574748e9a0ae3ba8230
dc7cdeff3a4346656adf226667d4b5ab698a301a
'2011-06-30T18:43:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'156104' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile212' 'sip-files00222.jpg'
d543f415546aed92bc9860938cc36b61
a20a85b64242ab996a75137d79e92ac7f839e887
describe
virus check
'49421' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2120' 'sip-files00238.QC.jpg'
79294e11ca2b1f33adbf0f8cbb434d69
2c9fa4fabcabdd141fd7ef3d2d7987d32b28c766
describe
virus check
'11672' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2121' 'sip-files00238thm.jpg'
097c091766e34eb6064d5ef59a4d176e
1833a6d4f83731cc9a63c0070a6e2dffb3195d24
describe
virus check
'46813' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2122' 'sip-files00239.QC.jpg'
6e4b7fb38aea5256a8bcca4d9b825c29
7aaebe632eb7728b765a27143ac9efadaca26e7e
'2011-06-30T18:45:25-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:35-04:00'
virus check
'11252' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2123' 'sip-files00239thm.jpg'
9094a5d898cab15bbe8a01960638995b
43eeeabb8fc5c917a2c6600466cf2646538a9f7c
describe
virus check
'52584' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2124' 'sip-files00240.QC.jpg'
f4fd85526a0d1b1900771ebb6dd00569
ec2914bb2f7a64cbc506b699e32c823cf8d1b020
describe
virus check
'12202' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2125' 'sip-files00240thm.jpg'
7e2f2e8b202fa057480c1c0e8caa4129
f44805c4c662a234ea898e256c2eb821cb52231d
'2011-06-30T18:51:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'46616' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2126' 'sip-files00241.QC.jpg'
44d06fb12bf941c833c851905116f9e4
81f8d8099294173b2c2dd75a51212e768dc55133
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2127' 'sip-files00241thm.jpg'
978670f48605e074545a87bfeef5d949
c92678db78d8cfbf06f8bec91e58fe572c1aede2
describe
virus check
'54714' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2128' 'sip-files00242.QC.jpg'
ce535c6144f1c273f9b1f837d64acc5d
16cea0d24ec68dbc5b03098e545ca6cc8d9d0426
'2011-06-30T18:39:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12671' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2129' 'sip-files00242thm.jpg'
66795eee45af195922a07ac4c67f2c6c
ea0feada345d093231cef9ce0cd96ff2691a025f
'2011-06-30T18:42:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'148987' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile213' 'sip-files00223.jpg'
10413869990803700dccab247a9dc3e0
5144ef62e1c453fbb1a72fed1411f0aba09489b9
describe
virus check
'47544' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2130' 'sip-files00243.QC.jpg'
9ecb7cfe9d86e9b54fc185703c88b3b7
44b30fc6ec786a6075b8c8fc8f49e43a2936ff5e
describe
virus check
'11177' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2131' 'sip-files00243thm.jpg'
4f5ee4bf35beecf031a0a24614345763
7935eba96d571c0b957df88cf0716e30547ca8f7
'2011-06-30T18:37:53-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:22-04:00'
virus check
'53010' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2132' 'sip-files00244.QC.jpg'
292d57e1ac12de9f4da6d6df004cba6a
9ece03989edff8134d65cbed94c361ac2c621b48
describe
virus check
'12526' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2133' 'sip-files00244thm.jpg'
3e7247a2d760ae9da8aefc9d4754353a
7456c8366131606556661604d3f7d440226bf9d5
describe
virus check
'46057' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2134' 'sip-files00245.QC.jpg'
f8a6468215de21c596795c67f14d6f9d
f5fbf321876bec08785a60c70b5d8ea50dc8a589
'2011-06-30T18:36:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10487' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2135' 'sip-files00245thm.jpg'
100ef3150f2d13403fd3d1d563328793
c9f2c60111cf1495d5cf32d7c27cd4cb9744569b
'2011-06-30T18:51:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50112' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2136' 'sip-files00246.QC.jpg'
8ba738ed10453a24cd39fd92bbb63983
07c78675815df68cc0a6e3a03b81682d98005794
'2011-06-30T18:49:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11774' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2137' 'sip-files00246thm.jpg'
9a38661c5e63111ba7fc4854137a98bb
a77c02973fe1e10db2aa659155a032b804e19497
'2011-06-30T18:50:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:28-04:00'
virus check
'45816' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2138' 'sip-files00247.QC.jpg'
21a8c32a2ec4ea89ab13eb00cd27aade
aeacdec47632555999a1b3063a2cb7b4c5d63361
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2139' 'sip-files00247thm.jpg'
40a5b35568914cab7d87b6ce5e02b885
e38f7576dd6efc54869bef2094c9a7f8af558a86
'2011-06-30T18:32:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'111429' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile214' 'sip-files00224.jpg'
5db1a5c59bda18507fdc7dfc8d36dc9d
59238af79f6318d7f84b815785cfce5565bd9861
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2140' 'sip-files00248.QC.jpg'
8bce9bc5a0967205b3258841df232024
6a08e5d51f30eced3dc6d11375902a5d1ba7131a
describe
virus check
'11900' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2141' 'sip-files00248thm.jpg'
dc9f12c76abe6e4c8528a562520613a2
75fdbfdf87a0439a0e7e0da260f06f099b7f851a
'2011-06-30T18:44:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45116' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2142' 'sip-files00249.QC.jpg'
8e538dacb8980f4f6008559b33d75599
6baba3527fac31fb270408b361ef8cb6370f7e8b
'2011-06-30T18:37:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10765' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2143' 'sip-files00249thm.jpg'
85a0b06fb658de9d9c0ac354934cfc11
d669f494fbaf11ef3141f970d15e36897483d820
'2011-06-30T18:47:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50710' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2144' 'sip-files00250.QC.jpg'
5fc7ad4040d873368a3afdba996384b0
4632f851d7687d930deab0fb5bd3fa4d369a41a6
'2011-06-30T18:47:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12029' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2145' 'sip-files00250thm.jpg'
c52cab4b6886c166eb0d15ed4c1c5d02
11e406da63248ead70e0ceea78e1bc729cb624b6
'2011-06-30T18:36:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47750' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2146' 'sip-files00251.QC.jpg'
fa02d127c4dcfdf0b44c48d52f34c333
711bd6a7f293af45f7eb2579cbe62c67f1012c88
describe
virus check
'10605' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2147' 'sip-files00251thm.jpg'
f361cdee699f7aa4dc18f0a13230e8b9
bca06cdc7c2380efffa6f0fda163ca70f2633659
'2011-06-30T18:31:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'42837' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2148' 'sip-files00252.QC.jpg'
ef7a41c88996c3b6092f5dacfee3e380
b20d8404a8f6f58db6e92e0c5012cbe94858bb2d
'2011-06-30T18:37:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2149' 'sip-files00252thm.jpg'
d06c4db8759e69ac6bdafb3f474a6cda
6e720ba138deed8d365c5f80b6c1e8f7622388f5
describe
virus check
'148680' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile215' 'sip-files00225.jpg'
3549a4253dc18ba627c9763ea5ced57e
7739ed897bef6a4dfe489f0d69faa1a63bd58903
'2011-06-30T18:36:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'45218' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2150' 'sip-files00253.QC.jpg'
78bd90a20a9c39cae16909f28048523e
bd83618fbffbc2088d4a8a0bd7990f04eb63e1cc
describe
virus check
'10468' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2151' 'sip-files00253thm.jpg'
85535896243528be1ce834243aaf91da
fa08e16cc89122afd9f846e543216a572d175fb6
'2011-06-30T18:33:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'44261' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2152' 'sip-files00254.QC.jpg'
797bf43c00d7bfd7d9af95e36b1af06d
0725146d4d6b9e690231fb2d6ed35494e0bc64ab
'2011-06-30T18:47:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10574' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2153' 'sip-files00254thm.jpg'
c80fe96cfdc6ba2ef0039e0cabd93812
57c7422bc4350f46d75288ea46585bd7939e804f
describe
virus check
'47501' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2154' 'sip-files00255.QC.jpg'
72ac0f9d1b351e233df5185ae57be4ec
46e3f2a996cb107995042079bdcd532dd2fb827e
describe
virus check
'10472' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2155' 'sip-files00255thm.jpg'
734f1fbe94aed4ece84d5f884512bb53
c50cd14985b8a837766efa03da7ef414e698cabd
describe
virus check
'50148' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2156' 'sip-files00256.QC.jpg'
f9ace35ea14ec859e8562fb31850e20b
8eeb81567ae9e77ba1a50764573703b27aba7ec2
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2157' 'sip-files00256thm.jpg'
8389258da835cc19f21d2286711ebc48
e1cf84a136642580ddfb3cf49df322e43418956a
describe
virus check
'45074' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2158' 'sip-files00257.QC.jpg'
6ba4ee30cee1ed562649ba81ef27e005
a336bc41b5a31a8c61e5414dc540a70f3ebc71b7
'2011-06-30T18:35:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10288' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2159' 'sip-files00257thm.jpg'
99710ca4f3943a8ed2b3b342c5bc847b
4a7ad3a86ec4257802cd9fe2f55687a65921b252
'2011-06-30T18:44:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'139492' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile216' 'sip-files00226.jpg'
6a99294a04d4948f86d5888e3ff805b5
a836d03c839f4c6092ec710d849f21f4a8aa1a78
'2011-06-30T18:45:10-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:23-04:00'
virus check
'50303' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2160' 'sip-files00258.QC.jpg'
5034bd4ea995aafd18ec7f7327cded47
54239a7257475958167f105b4c8e46bc5342e984
describe
virus check
'11758' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2161' 'sip-files00258thm.jpg'
641fc79032cdca5ae4294509174b66be
9913578b26466d91b51c0850b5f101cc803e7ad4
'2011-06-30T18:49:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'46411' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2162' 'sip-files00259.QC.jpg'
a264e3166bd2e51c125747c0bf24bda8
5db6cae0f685a8e0671a0d434a291c1e3d58ba7e
describe
virus check
'10890' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2163' 'sip-files00259thm.jpg'
2e3d1a70e0848c3832ec4ad3efce8f22
9d165f8cbe38531fa1cea0656fa55c46b52c3b25
'2011-06-30T18:52:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49494' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2164' 'sip-files00260.QC.jpg'
b592dfcd899c58f9413a9e388650490a
07c7a4ce7393b16f09fe6061e2198018dcc5bf0c
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2165' 'sip-files00260thm.jpg'
4c5e00d0ef5c790f2ab98a34de106e11
1bb12935de1f5dabdf305f1d5598f365eb3b15c9
'2011-06-30T18:47:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'47626' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2166' 'sip-files00261.QC.jpg'
ae0dcb789743d75f18a434e26bcc461b
c1af79daa5b075faa725390b7ca5aab37871db9a
describe
virus check
'11225' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2167' 'sip-files00261thm.jpg'
025dd1df24c6901afb71286e5588a97e
20a6cb8d04247737f86e064aca4cf6a8c410fb94
describe
virus check
'44005' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2168' 'sip-files00262.QC.jpg'
ee73d19dfe91668c73b9c04295294725
3106c1247bd385d34536e4553a311376ef9bc301
describe
virus check
'10771' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2169' 'sip-files00262thm.jpg'
42bd036853d9a4f98cce331cb6868ba3
9868bf7921df30ef0e8210fe66334f3c14d04fb2
'2011-06-30T18:37:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'148393' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile217' 'sip-files00227.jpg'
6a01674ac3042b0812a90195448e938d
c95ae054b54d17592ab0aa5ab1c4f51cfd4548fa
describe
virus check
'41245' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2170' 'sip-files00263.QC.jpg'
914633a5dff7a3d3b2139ae60a11cf00
b06bb47484777cf2720dc68289c188078ebe8125
describe
virus check
'9560' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2171' 'sip-files00263thm.jpg'
b2ffebae561fd449938eb3dfec343b5e
8fa3d05a15a9662944cfcb3a3b6b26045b857257
'2011-06-30T18:41:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52635' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2172' 'sip-files00264.QC.jpg'
f9663c96df697ef22797925ea2656c33
82dc2e44d1f0cc73eae766014e0450dd38c37a1e
describe
virus check
'12299' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2173' 'sip-files00264thm.jpg'
9198c44202154e029ff8ac59955c67c3
d9d8f93da2ee7d7cd99d5bb681937ce87e5cb88f
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2174' 'sip-files00265.QC.jpg'
caeae3f14fcd6a0f964ab71561614348
767f7b919018751e7127a75b39bd248c4674fadd
'2011-06-30T18:38:34-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:37-04:00'
virus check
'10967' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2175' 'sip-files00265thm.jpg'
878dd1f8b3097dbc88fc358ff0525d63
0e4fed867a0f8114715397d953369cd7ce94db6e
describe
virus check
'38320' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2176' 'sip-files00266.QC.jpg'
771dadb5c9c3c750ac8a0988887a46b3
14da688dde2f3e65cebac050d466443924a44009
'2011-06-30T18:32:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9911' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2177' 'sip-files00266thm.jpg'
d0a148ab8aa8562001d87952f1bcc989
f278a1f734d85cd910b8d3fca3a8fef7835a1e70
describe
virus check
'44517' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2178' 'sip-files00267.QC.jpg'
4e69b6f42151ed25a88e44f45e822260
1346597fbd75b274caf76ae944e063fcfc862785
describe
virus check
'10217' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2179' 'sip-files00267thm.jpg'
8a86ff727e705e9c19d602ed9ebc917b
09bebc71466495e5a755ca5b7e05b4e419fae2f7
'2011-06-30T18:33:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'134049' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile218' 'sip-files00228.jpg'
870a0e452df31236290b0c87c8affd2e
31b1a62ee99150ba7abd7e1c9f6aef79874ddcb8
describe
virus check
'50990' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2180' 'sip-files00268.QC.jpg'
7b3a6474c1f2bb09c4d5c056979ffe4a
3a31b7131b6cf2946c6bd94c26d79d08e7063834
'2011-06-30T18:38:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12312' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2181' 'sip-files00268thm.jpg'
a1a07b9afa798091aee0b5c2b2516efd
535a8cd317d0467a5457f4a0106a18821e535673
describe
virus check
'35648' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2182' 'sip-files00269.QC.jpg'
e26950f1e9c498106ba04eaa02f77c39
551a99cf285d124ca04b086432a82acc24b83c07
'2011-06-30T18:49:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9005' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2183' 'sip-files00269thm.jpg'
4885cb20691515476680094aa9651ba5
f4124e7ffe4e3e942852d7525421d0b82154f154
describe
virus check
'51093' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2184' 'sip-files00270.QC.jpg'
cf7e47b08ccd70dd3fabfe729d994e71
d9b0150b4a0d5b63416073cf305ff34eb2207f74
'2011-06-30T18:32:02-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:22-04:00'
virus check
'12136' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2185' 'sip-files00270thm.jpg'
3dcbd4a53cf8c7437b1b2ab7d06e4fa3
4f6e68933a4d2840962368d0530919dfc47cb876
'2011-06-30T18:43:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'41015' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2186' 'sip-files00271.QC.jpg'
ac4ee3385b0f02023e869e612279f62d
6187640db7f107c3c4a399c8f715379aaa9256c8
'2011-06-30T18:33:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9892' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2187' 'sip-files00271thm.jpg'
0d8cffcb57e685f510d6182aa98fa3c2
c5445de8edd739a2f8d0e5839be43d565b27973e
describe
virus check
'52879' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2188' 'sip-files00272.QC.jpg'
c60e2258ffcaf997bb98eb6dd445d174
eb6c6d3c4efc8ea65250b8a89f3e6ff6da412a09
describe
virus check
'12239' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2189' 'sip-files00272thm.jpg'
19687cb0fa4fd9d12f4d71f1a79a60f8
cd320a1ce2a044f86e0cc6fb7b53eeda3e340d96
describe
virus check
'129295' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile219' 'sip-files00229.jpg'
18468da0aaf4e67237244506bf5a0eaa
c451b434620115498f67b9ef74655237a823546d
describe
virus check
'47014' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2190' 'sip-files00273.QC.jpg'
85e9ff752d0ea4d7d2bde14eb40c16d8
341717b291a3ea3242511fd321fcbb9b47262ee7
'2011-06-30T18:41:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10787' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2191' 'sip-files00273thm.jpg'
46ab8c5a3929c9004acec12dfdbc9f44
8674335c989d384f77352afe2b208657e7a1bf6d
describe
virus check
'42379' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2192' 'sip-files00274.QC.jpg'
6b428d3df04b8fd58a4ac1e91beccdc4
963c6dbc96b3344eb5f3d743e32d71f2757a3b12
'2011-06-30T18:52:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10357' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2193' 'sip-files00274thm.jpg'
ef5789d7ad89b9644005a6bf6c615873
7f984f20e24bdd0274dce995a7e14fe16ad6bf1d
'2011-06-30T18:36:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'42115' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2194' 'sip-files00275.QC.jpg'
bbd2709b6c988f791835fa7fe861e2e8
ceee32ecb5a06c3554e72ab1c8b07636507fe057
'2011-06-30T18:36:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'9717' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2195' 'sip-files00275thm.jpg'
d9346621da68ba77b110cbd7822a15d8
1c249a163b61fcc4a73037a46066fc891295a22e
describe
virus check
'53501' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2196' 'sip-files00276.QC.jpg'
5ecea6476fbf036ba34a0dea99eb9d9d
fb5059235f96827b36740c9608e7b7f0edbe2df2
describe
virus check
'12512' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2197' 'sip-files00276thm.jpg'
315b537103a52b678c6cf366d4b8bb6f
be32a4685d34b3da0d9eebc7635c3160939f246d
describe
virus check
'47512' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2198' 'sip-files00277.QC.jpg'
238272ffaa982b4a65be649050eae651
4e037b613c91d247a7feb79d9e2a378b8a489214
describe
virus check
'10868' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2199' 'sip-files00277thm.jpg'
555ffefb5dd2b0e280c14253f0357e2e
beadf777097b05d5dfdbf24bbec3ad674cafa530
describe
virus check
'127874' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile22' 'sip-files00026.jpg'
4222c01a6c5a2ef9a5c9ffb2cedbba1e
49f8b1f19484c38e9a7a60f55e1209d433740de6
describe
virus check
'156210' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile220' 'sip-files00230.jpg'
f647d7fdfae9de7a827512ccf7d76920
ef5532e604b33f5a40ef3365ea74130c398af1be
'2011-06-30T18:35:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53916' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2200' 'sip-files00278.QC.jpg'
1f8c85bd039a5e29fc1c465997aa1f81
1da6579c96cdcdd3a01fd0dde59bfd77b92d9e92
describe
virus check
'12659' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2201' 'sip-files00278thm.jpg'
d269d9a074c1f7adc107e1f9ad246535
e27478a33a7bdaa4f085cf14d819efd87eadab1e
describe
virus check
'33978' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2202' 'sip-files00279.QC.jpg'
0963e434e60b9bc028105de32b02718b
f729c79c17fe3692671d0ed66689d55acfca1d3e
describe
virus check
'8597' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2203' 'sip-files00279thm.jpg'
0404e8c40e46a3f414fef1f82b30e85c
56c0bca88e04283e66abb9e97b22de68b125e3ab
'2011-06-30T18:40:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53751' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2204' 'sip-files00280.QC.jpg'
a1085cc0dbe323b8691070413e2dff91
031058616b3bb3e827e84827c552f72ef02efee8
describe
virus check
'12547' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2205' 'sip-files00280thm.jpg'
22fbb71ed8a8259c192e62b32d343847
e8de9d5796b2d10eeb5c9173f5256890cf39fea8
describe
virus check
'46513' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2206' 'sip-files00281.QC.jpg'
0cc836c62d3bd1138b84fee6944f53fe
a7c70df5170f6c4b36c1c2faaa25d15b7aa23465
describe
virus check
'10859' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2207' 'sip-files00281thm.jpg'
e3bb33d641b314a6c918a2bf120e8b88
9e252e239c4ed604e5652c5deed794a685a2187b
describe
virus check
'52810' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2208' 'sip-files00282.QC.jpg'
0f2710c8ef8a427bf2620bf6d1869c0d
4f0a618a8233fc9e6f1d489f84976533b166b74d
describe
virus check
'12383' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2209' 'sip-files00282thm.jpg'
9df7ec3948e227d6f329ffdb05857899
7f50df42e7f61b8e455fed533c6ee20161988a55
'2011-06-30T18:33:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'156789' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile221' 'sip-files00231.jpg'
982e30cf88973d75c750ef9690c81a74
ffec1009d2e76a25186afc00777997933de950ea
describe
virus check
'43258' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2210' 'sip-files00283.QC.jpg'
8b8d21a00a8c2f2d231527376aa4d0e0
1877128e287c604394b2bbe883fe482a437ea777
'2011-06-30T18:49:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10163' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2211' 'sip-files00283thm.jpg'
025a8739ed25f2e075aa2c716c79e815
91c7f03f9d67e5d96e1860b95a5496489062ee03
'2011-06-30T18:48:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'51161' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2212' 'sip-files00284.QC.jpg'
d7ee2ad6dd9351e69f60a8e8429ca6e8
c01febfd9ffd41fcbffc32b87bf46ee047c400e9
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:55-04:00'
virus check
'11820' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2213' 'sip-files00284thm.jpg'
4b0dbe3a0e6ba6b6fdfc3d582472e883
4bfa02e905e20e23c4feaa1533217b4dc841d165
describe
virus check
'33632' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2214' 'sip-files00285.QC.jpg'
4996a9edf79bb1512d174e2cb08b60ee
b5ba3dac0a581e3447afe1600cc8888280270d58
'2011-06-30T18:48:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'8805' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2215' 'sip-files00285thm.jpg'
c9e2f50becc9cb749df887add5166060
fa9ba1383b7cd87fcb367f31088903e82d0d6271
'2011-06-30T18:44:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52881' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2216' 'sip-files00286.QC.jpg'
30f7e0b8794cecf1b2699eb02958dc18
4f031b46527247d5518508619113854fb1bf43aa
describe
virus check
'12290' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2217' 'sip-files00286thm.jpg'
cd304dbf003f3a93665a166df390b4e9
0fa1c17d95e69fa0fd4baf1000a05eec6aaa3233
describe
virus check
'45913' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2218' 'sip-files00287.QC.jpg'
55c77d95c9c42e276768c06f8e8ecfe3
6a6693f75bb3ee79e1e551208bb8cb546c389bd7
describe
virus check
'10322' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2219' 'sip-files00287thm.jpg'
5c51e30f9c50b549f5dbcda2b3604e5e
1c8bfa742cba10b51fc06cd87d723a8cfacfdd22
'2011-06-30T18:41:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'134556' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile222' 'sip-files00232.jpg'
825ffa1689bfbde12a210e4da6b8de98
62a8f4c4289486439f1dd98da44220959ba904d6
'2011-06-30T18:52:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53114' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2220' 'sip-files00288.QC.jpg'
acd4f11b658e743b0970e215e71ba96f
f5724dffc9061ae5e82af05504995f1cb55177ce
describe
virus check
'12494' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2221' 'sip-files00288thm.jpg'
440f78c402143b341877fc3ca357b87f
b10cbec737eba90b370488d72d91770e0310d35e
describe
virus check
'46461' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2222' 'sip-files00289.QC.jpg'
ebb769aa42009839b464856566d60f35
fd407ad2f3115454e15125bb8cc3a9f233c6feb9
describe
virus check
'10891' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2223' 'sip-files00289thm.jpg'
7efdbb9b0b8b2bb40ad9c1779df2ed34
c0f8ba08e82a8bbd070d524b00ea52820808a69f
describe
virus check
'51609' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2224' 'sip-files00290.QC.jpg'
3fb3f61dbeb6aa9e73426bffe2689f3d
0400e7ca4de38e126f528cb71199fb473e082953
describe
virus check
'12094' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2225' 'sip-files00290thm.jpg'
9ac4cffa9a9a1c8d3db3c0c5a30b1b15
382428879d4eaf9f84aff7c7536506c1792ef8cc
'2011-06-30T18:48:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'46414' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2226' 'sip-files00291.QC.jpg'
9c65bc8f3aabeed3dd12ddbad4b46c16
fd44ef80a4911c9f85de91ca94abfc1cf062fc46
describe
virus check
'10684' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2227' 'sip-files00291thm.jpg'
28c84478ef14f4dc7453aea0e29ccec2
06b6ed853dde21d83b6a2a53ea7add2c57e5c4d5
'2011-06-30T18:33:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53177' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2228' 'sip-files00292.QC.jpg'
b661719c5a81c9fdd40ab3bb28c54720
9690d31fef878c3022a6765308625c0b13283555
'2011-06-30T18:41:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12740' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2229' 'sip-files00292thm.jpg'
30574dd180c4d0b0ba09221e54077ec5
073476e61984e186b0ff3844de0aeba2c1e6ab33
'2011-06-30T18:41:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'125910' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile223' 'sip-files00233.jpg'
bd413319a47af1c1df622a12432a97e6
5319f356b581e354ce270bbb23f75c8b33a26bd8
'2011-06-30T18:42:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'46283' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2230' 'sip-files00293.QC.jpg'
ad5def66682ff1300ee0565e49a155f6
1d3640d5f13cbde504f53da341dddef97a2d9ebe
'2011-06-30T18:46:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10742' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2231' 'sip-files00293thm.jpg'
aad4cdf19114a4fdb8420b98ca5fa095
cc6d8aeafe2cfc040a47337fd6dfc230f1a936e7
'2011-06-30T18:47:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53439' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2232' 'sip-files00294.QC.jpg'
b08805752ac4ef6083b0fb8d9205eedc
062195d42ef3752957e35db1859a5ba3e9a5b62d
describe
virus check
'12273' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2233' 'sip-files00294thm.jpg'
707f607a83e8d95fa91dc91d11736bbe
e30d1605f6cb0f24afa48bc630c4f2778aaba9f3
describe
virus check
'45715' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2234' 'sip-files00295.QC.jpg'
46341dc116bc71001127e00481cb9c85
e4aeea30f1c36ee4f3535f59202c2681df4234f7
'2011-06-30T18:40:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10668' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2235' 'sip-files00295thm.jpg'
a85d5cac644c7b00fe66e5d503bbf8e7
80ce933599e29ccb35f549f507db7b89199e1942
'2011-06-30T18:39:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52745' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2236' 'sip-files00296.QC.jpg'
216af467f0ff07274bd4c3784f7a2270
b0e82083aa4cda28f4b5d5097784a0332ae8d3a1
describe
virus check
'12315' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2237' 'sip-files00296thm.jpg'
8a5b373171d908fee8d275047e5bb318
ce31106d6736bca5e4374c72f2a1793626f0165a
describe
virus check
'45286' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2238' 'sip-files00297.QC.jpg'
b55b6c080801a0df8b89df0f59dd9290
ae5643edfcf0ad3e0e67cd89b4f43556abd2abfc
describe
virus check
'10569' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2239' 'sip-files00297thm.jpg'
3924db67d789ef34a94e08aa60fc3586
aa25cd243a53d2d8af66d0e02fe7613a007c76f2
describe
virus check
'146350' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile224' 'sip-files00234.jpg'
8d0b4a67ea5efd2a2028b3c7b6c8d85f
2ee65e732404340d0883b4161d19dffc22dcebf3
'2011-06-30T18:50:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'53800' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2240' 'sip-files00298.QC.jpg'
74ea51e6628c6cf6daa4342d1d2fdf4e
b602f3c58d8390f257769fa0310803d771751e74
describe
virus check
'12550' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2241' 'sip-files00298thm.jpg'
7b58754815afb3289803550bdd973e2c
3b999c976080daa81078b51dcf09e1847710ea35
describe
virus check
'46653' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2242' 'sip-files00299.QC.jpg'
35e71e5db01a4040507191be7d6ae888
6ab9da7376a4ca0bb28e23269f9367345abdcc90
'2011-06-30T18:40:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'10913' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2243' 'sip-files00299thm.jpg'
d94a29e07354cb767ec0643b8bc80fd4
c78a31f043c9bc3e958c601f46448ec589125e34
describe
virus check
'53605' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2244' 'sip-files00300.QC.jpg'
a3beccf42a03dc8ba7a20fd7b6ffe1a6
3e98e235186596043c7b3b0a8851e348eaafdb44
'2011-06-30T18:39:51-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:11-04:00'
virus check
'12685' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2245' 'sip-files00300thm.jpg'
dcd4c862702cd77f190c9b488b3c67d2
70329c280adcafe2275398c9fed5442bb3c70b7a
describe
virus check
'45999' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2246' 'sip-files00301.QC.jpg'
b60f1d259cb7da6a4b677ce5f6dc1d51
25414e9df4df8055b5ea1397e28b0f01dd1b30f6
'2011-06-30T18:40:20-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:23-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2247' 'sip-files00301thm.jpg'
4e8b8335190babbe34fd1e75491380f0
3bdbdd748d028ee5f8782ed2fdbd5b801b4ccf44
'2011-06-30T18:38:36-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:38-04:00'
virus check
'53818' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2248' 'sip-files00302.QC.jpg'
d66be306cf9a68ade98f924670ece9d9
511d6e6fe4457a197d8883efa59dffddf0e2ec35
'2011-06-30T18:50:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12556' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2249' 'sip-files00302thm.jpg'
3f76791ca94b1ff34443d1a8f3df95cb
e14cf3211ba8b9fb3dd1d7a2c70395e65545ac25
describe
virus check
'144408' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile225' 'sip-files00235.jpg'
fdba977255b1800439ad88cde3774e45
a3ff6c0984b9713ad78d775e3d75f152ad653e11
describe
virus check
'46808' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2250' 'sip-files00303.QC.jpg'
72ba1706baafbb40da72876a102f9e5e
7f84de2df8973e8eff4b06cd82e696c39828290a
describe
virus check
'10991' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2251' 'sip-files00303thm.jpg'
df758af69da133e088743458d88e0ee5
289d6ab5f918003fc59f3e6377ed99e0bd1d0754
'2011-06-30T18:47:46-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:28-04:00'
virus check
'55244' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2252' 'sip-files00304.QC.jpg'
4fd1914c0a7f2348cab1514557b47fb9
9920b84fe9417c9d35bc7f9bf4d90d01239cbc42
'2011-06-30T18:39:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12715' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2253' 'sip-files00304thm.jpg'
97ae3aef5764c059caf4eca0ec148401
8b5bbf4a8775d77aa3dbbe3d98ab3b23fb40425c
describe
virus check
'50679' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2254' 'sip-files00305.QC.jpg'
9e4e20d115e54bf72ba363aab5ace930
b6adfb3c161772c3d1d0728e2ddbc6eefcb5aa2b
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2255' 'sip-files00305thm.jpg'
6aeed893c65829a5f96ee0e5a7e3af2d
916cdd7d2c70b4a4422487436052a5303f4d553a
'2011-06-30T18:40:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'52965' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2256' 'sip-files00306.QC.jpg'
fd6634549ad83ab826fa43393a6e1741
dad7fcc006f3a12c0ff9970dde5664d80983f554
describe
virus check
'12499' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2257' 'sip-files00306thm.jpg'
428f00af28630e1ef07f30f09c52bc2e
e35e9d5cb32bac74b4cc9c4a303f6c1b352d357a
'2011-06-30T18:39:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49551' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2258' 'sip-files00307.QC.jpg'
2926222c6eb94bc8aff1f1502389906e
96d8ed0585d56b5852d78f077a1c54115a549aa3
'2011-06-30T18:39:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11798' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2259' 'sip-files00307thm.jpg'
2543db9aa644654a83b28ddd861929d9
68fd6f292e7beb9521ccaf04e43752759b15adcf
describe
virus check
'157208' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile226' 'sip-files00236.jpg'
06ef4b89d6818b97437aa5a46b3703b4
6ba8e43cee60695fcba8a7db4a7ffe5009736bd7
describe
virus check
'54051' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2260' 'sip-files00308.QC.jpg'
642ab7529a300db3d8c728e31b8078c1
16b5767b6e29cf9b6e364f0c969adea7e04a8b2f
describe
virus check
'12440' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2261' 'sip-files00308thm.jpg'
18769e9766f8fed25efa2e3db75d971a
9319eb44552831b092cf9fae1cf9384fc0343160
describe
virus check
'52127' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2262' 'sip-files00309.QC.jpg'
bee58d234c0736da105c4516d8be0ba5
d417a1f3a9c190adeb5d3e6dea54eecbcebe48d1
describe
virus check
'12216' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2263' 'sip-files00309thm.jpg'
f861d667e7d2e11c5dbbe10cd4d92907
c720ad8a402d9389105209ccdd40fd58c7267c88
describe
virus check
'54782' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2264' 'sip-files00310.QC.jpg'
f753cdc68cd70e5fbe633d1bfc4a78fe
7ba16a61f595a5747d69a0000557b5757846fc5b
'2011-06-30T18:52:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'13046' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2265' 'sip-files00310thm.jpg'
8462f1c82be9a073c5c7643471341dff
366065ccb35541e5297833474d79529f26330481
'2011-06-30T18:32:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49199' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2266' 'sip-files00311.QC.jpg'
a1aa71730bcd8fb25b6fb7ab69b1c3a6
e2f35259a4fdb1b7069fd352f527d662d665fcbd
describe
virus check
'11913' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2267' 'sip-files00311thm.jpg'
4d358079da6eeae715f6002a2d201745
590529eee0a04b5175af711a2249e9e8084b6d9d
'2011-06-30T18:45:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54337' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2268' 'sip-files00312.QC.jpg'
3a0f991ecafc414575c021c00d5891fe
120558389bcda0ffe92e4c38971e123449250fe0
describe
virus check
'12721' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2269' 'sip-files00312thm.jpg'
20bad2ceff641691be58221b286e1582
2396f8253ca88a259f22155cbceadeabf1a1c181
'2011-06-30T18:42:14-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:07-04:00'
virus check
'149061' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile227' 'sip-files00237.jpg'
3f419bf90c48023a97c4892006db6308
f648b8ecd2c24021a91130df09813b1ea8170ef0
'2011-06-30T18:34:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2270' 'sip-files00313.QC.jpg'
e811caf64e91c33b77ca4d370bc3c32d
22c2a2738ee3f9845e4df545997cfd36fd62e9c0
'2011-06-30T18:45:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11750' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2271' 'sip-files00313thm.jpg'
38b81d593f5d49df068a751d1fb8ae23
c873d384802740894014b5468396e0ae662b5ad1
describe
virus check
'53675' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2272' 'sip-files00314.QC.jpg'
ad5bdeb7221fee78ee49f72e66e2cb09
0d0e60f4cbfdd29d25e3c04d44ee9acfc03cc72b
'2011-06-30T18:47:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12254' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2273' 'sip-files00314thm.jpg'
08042a68ea4c4ddcb8ba60172c15d477
b3e0424161b9858b011348f9bd73fcf1b232f9c6
describe
virus check
'34622' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2274' 'sip-files00315.QC.jpg'
03cb98436a1f700401acb7706aa94f78
dd7da282554fe51804e65a9e319bd3c11fa891f2
describe
virus check
'8775' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2275' 'sip-files00315thm.jpg'
4529fdae12cbe438a7f738d4a7d2c667
12457d2351e97aa6a8ba4ea33f0ae6131bb4f842
describe
virus check
'55010' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2276' 'sip-files00316.QC.jpg'
ea06655146dbfbc721437788fec31d83
ba73aef6ad79c46fb995cb37801da4cf70d57aca
'2011-06-30T18:46:34-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:03-04:00'
virus check
'12790' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2277' 'sip-files00316thm.jpg'
55352ecee134e8962878e2019ea5e2c7
d5cdd51f9408d404f5ad871f76afe410d7bed1e0
describe
virus check
'51549' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2278' 'sip-files00317.QC.jpg'
f588f0b80268a7fae7450325e61df14b
bf4de707c015a69d39d995a0f042db1e0fc852fb
describe
virus check
'12030' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2279' 'sip-files00317thm.jpg'
46c2ed81cecc813bbad0feecdf4b5a6c
32757a0627e0692c808922ce8229cce7d5caff90
describe
virus check
'153375' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile228' 'sip-files00238.jpg'
0706c7812575825dbf13b7bb8cdd6f1e
d4bd884d081bcef38a558fcf3bdf9058ae366a9e
describe
virus check
'54594' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2280' 'sip-files00318.QC.jpg'
f547a81181774e0738b0a4bf1f9e4f09
5590d8d5ad1d531fd48813dd8da632eef1d644d7
describe
virus check
'13037' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2281' 'sip-files00318thm.jpg'
821e75b9c4a8eccc5f3332af8002664f
0295b345f6c549218e63bd061a5784af554d0ff7
'2011-06-30T18:42:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'49478' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2282' 'sip-files00319.QC.jpg'
3df35a68d869fd3ab89f358b64efcced
b60ca1127ad276f8064ef90c944a084f56206b59
'2011-06-30T18:42:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2283' 'sip-files00319thm.jpg'
1c192b1fcf5c30ae9e9bed32cd73bb47
049a43d2b53259974dbcd58d7998e16daea574a1
'2011-06-30T18:47:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'56165' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2284' 'sip-files00320.QC.jpg'
8377538d2dec439cdba890c441a53852
c41621bab6598cd1fa4c9bab7e37b3a2ae848873
'2011-06-30T18:44:16-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:03-04:00'
virus check
'13189' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2285' 'sip-files00320thm.jpg'
c7ca1d80e342f0441ff6ecd694d14062
2d762ac592d193b56ac94018a8a3e29833c81124
describe
virus check
'47548' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2286' 'sip-files00321.QC.jpg'
3620ad6987ef09f13e8cfeef8b217c07
f6f802642942dd8cd54afa57e294b62ee90d0a93
'2011-06-30T18:44:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11276' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2287' 'sip-files00321thm.jpg'
c92fc4890073c6d52add01d82a3abc79
ba06e4db5db60dca769de2890398624857d8637d
'2011-06-30T18:31:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'54037' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2288' 'sip-files00322.QC.jpg'
55dcf1e5410844b107a3c622c4170d86
866869bfc0fe749a1da3b36a4200ec66b67bb390
describe
virus check
'12682' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2289' 'sip-files00322thm.jpg'
c8f7768889a85e38ae64a9f9564a8363
6a950e0d7ff1be4127561f53fac98cc675ee35c4
'2011-06-30T18:46:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'148524' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile229' 'sip-files00239.jpg'
a01986b4950d4cd9698fb65ae8e2d63f
c877a7a9233cd5463eaea21f053b4bfde4a0b44b
describe
virus check
'43052' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2290' 'sip-files00323.QC.jpg'
3eb778431f419e37a4789760811946f5
b42050d7588a571087b973c28acd5040f9dd001c
describe
virus check
'10397' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2291' 'sip-files00323thm.jpg'
37f9942b87a47bc330452a2746dc0fb3
04e9204d1fb4d9b009a10e1e35aa49a98c64d522
describe
virus check
'56640' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2292' 'sip-files00324.QC.jpg'
f4802bea7f614ada0fbf03de514bf72a
e3a41d3c4d51cb8ca8cc10da8607236831584c94
describe
virus check
'13141' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2293' 'sip-files00324thm.jpg'
02d1d535bce8229f02370caddcbec021
f2f819a0d27c2897332d4d76b1d963bb0bbb5b87
describe
virus check
'50745' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2294' 'sip-files00325.QC.jpg'
08200786f1b5a647f3dba65f94b25228
b24145780ab7ef03451abed7cf2128bae0e2707b
'2011-06-30T18:33:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12066' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2295' 'sip-files00325thm.jpg'
cea78f01747ee17577f1ea40d9aa0b16
6c6d3ad1073f334d0f7b46885a799cd72c9023b2
describe
virus check
'57367' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2296' 'sip-files00326.QC.jpg'
69af8ad42946d042eeebbfc2cb5b65ea
ff4dc9b23039878be400f411adfca7cd203ed1fc
'2011-06-30T18:34:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'13087' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2297' 'sip-files00326thm.jpg'
11084dcefc71308da34efd22dce148ce
59fd77fe2681f06687187945163f941a3e7416d6
describe
virus check
'50281' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2298' 'sip-files00327.QC.jpg'
16a4aa0b37e53137fd8fd0249ee94ca6
baea1364207d987aa0c4504e65af5ec130852d7e
describe
virus check
'11959' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2299' 'sip-files00327thm.jpg'
60427c7c81b209040c9cdfb99ae08237
b5432edd6ee6eea8cd2e94436f611f6524cc045e
describe
virus check
'152714' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile23' 'sip-files00027.jpg'
61f511b27cbe3206359f028592979ff0
f90f3daf77e264c1d1bf1805fbf7eec2510ec35f
'2011-06-30T18:42:51-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:25-04:00'
virus check
'164313' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile230' 'sip-files00240.jpg'
eb91c4345c4ba4425e445c88ff2fac75
a85715f2688e5e3c498da45b238396cea05bb529
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2300' 'sip-files00328.QC.jpg'
46fc2d0e10cf7415da88f7ada088a48c
8b15cb37f515c018323beecd42c6b25754dae266
'2011-06-30T18:33:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'13198' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2301' 'sip-files00328thm.jpg'
880d00a1035c0c436bcbc761193bf6d6
1237d7cac13192ca08d61754834db68ae1364ca8
describe
virus check
'48678' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2302' 'sip-files00329.QC.jpg'
cf7f2e2e6085455de74580531fbcf074
ece6c1375ca3df01813d0e8c2a9260ae840449dd
describe
virus check
'11545' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2303' 'sip-files00329thm.jpg'
55ab6a61ccf0490e002611f2b27c07c8
5804bc7ff17c46e7de7bac966e54dd63622015e6
describe
virus check
'27092' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2304' 'sip-files00330.QC.jpg'
bec7e272b1ba6bdbfff5ae57e792eae6
b822f552effe709fef55c98c51a2c827abe76af8
'2011-06-30T18:44:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'6989' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2305' 'sip-files00330thm.jpg'
510529df173c88968543d8233282c043
ec20d93c33c16fd321a5ae1c7b312f0a0402952a
describe
virus check
'45439' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2306' 'sip-files00331.QC.jpg'
6f99866fd51141964e9804b9e52079a6
69031447cad047bd751c5a4cf74104172a8e7883
describe
virus check
'11608' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2307' 'sip-files00331thm.jpg'
b7032799166b7e7a3a98f4911023fcfd
9c7c3c081915fd7d7b8c311ea3772430d6b5ed8e
'2011-06-30T18:37:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'50772' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2308' 'sip-files00332.QC.jpg'
04ff4d01bb2daf202a2c523017229838
2d9d0e58b69549039289b4d61881db7b17965ff5
describe
virus check
'12646' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2309' 'sip-files00332thm.jpg'
f445bbcf0672c1d32cd63fdb4b4e89bc
9d689007b447ec664d2a7da099acf586c3e3b8cc
describe
virus check
'146753' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile231' 'sip-files00241.jpg'
163f59e63464ec95d2df02805d4e200b
4e3630f714bdf87665e53b6da3d16cc1a6354b00
describe
virus check
'42576' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2310' 'sip-files00333.QC.jpg'
6cca7c210b89d494ce8a442dbf1b4c86
2df6c86f0b512b0f71bb070cc1d6230e9df70996
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:07-04:00'
virus check
'11538' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2311' 'sip-files00333thm.jpg'
c9b18f078bc6a9e8938036f25ecbf272
73c50a936db2b61b994569586a08710a19bfdd04
describe
virus check
'47083' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2312' 'sip-files00334.QC.jpg'
55577ee4dc738866ccc32d5a85ceca63
83191a440252a46fad8f4a063a2a3a11076e526e
'2011-06-30T18:49:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12249' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2313' 'sip-files00334thm.jpg'
f3df8e4b8eda0a2d840fcb416468b19d
b37263555fb732e9cadfa866f7556b26c2507f2b
'2011-06-30T18:34:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:22-04:00'
virus check
'45283' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2314' 'sip-files00335.QC.jpg'
2ba3cc8d96f7f42a8a7e682eb4e71686
b8e4b39afe88a2100765b189d41b8822da262473
'2011-06-30T18:41:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'11837' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2315' 'sip-files00335thm.jpg'
0773860cc1e84a1c2c43f5a6d6d84aab
bee6c5f681acf0eea149136c41bca3765dcb3491
describe
virus check
'45443' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2316' 'sip-files00336.QC.jpg'
8b1c63e5283c8b639ef51bf349283c30
e2e699051d791b3f3b0ec49c8b061aab606785f6
describe
virus check
'12077' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2317' 'sip-files00336thm.jpg'
f35bbe7685ca8342f5a33cfe91512750
128448f7412220af3cbdf646f78fc86b0a680a89
describe
virus check
'45362' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2318' 'sip-files00337.QC.jpg'
dbe92519f55aa14c9056f68446b6b429
4a1e180e3f42d34312416dd730b9acf77cb27dbd
'2011-06-30T18:38:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'12113' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2319' 'sip-files00337thm.jpg'
a1a71b1d961668d393386e80ce9e0ede
a448ca7ba85714834f1aae98485ee20171ab6067
describe
virus check
'166452' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile232' 'sip-files00242.jpg'
96929e229c64a898d46cb1bb860e1d5c
1ad941454eb151f6811ff9185188b03abc6c684a
describe
virus check
'43401' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2320' 'sip-files00338.QC.jpg'
9e8c39ba62f6f5a1646bf1b22876daca
a5652220f402d59c4423ec229453f0b226f04f89
describe
virus check
'11479' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2321' 'sip-files00338thm.jpg'
e4a7d41982db705597d6f2243c33bc59
d3c4955cd70ca19d87d6fce9d1978514d2cad259
'2011-06-30T18:49:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'48535' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2322' 'sip-files00339.QC.jpg'
b47d0171f7d3e6b51f906d3918c54311
58c4d6dbb8161e3569f9b6877dd19cbc939af788
describe
virus check
'12105' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2323' 'sip-files00339thm.jpg'
0ba1a2aaadb44ee405d88cac13a1c9a5
5420ee3f5279c5f99fe2a1269aca719b1c393179
describe
virus check
'50974' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2324' 'sip-files00340.QC.jpg'
82fb683a0003eaf71f99634b8b618d47
debdf5cd4a6b1ca20aaa0bb8c393573e1e2d6197
describe
virus check
'13039' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2325' 'sip-files00340thm.jpg'
ca76e6a3f9a2b55bbb577f7833bef215
c3af1143581544999069f7673d6bdd655f2ff088
describe
virus check
'15829' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2326' 'sip-files00343.QC.jpg'
23bd0230c21bd1d9329f918e36c5ca69
e21a9cb6be2d71faca4d18918a77e303b475845d
describe
virus check
'8304' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2327' 'sip-files00343thm.jpg'
023ecdac36d7e87a11c5767f2d58a662
5bb709d429eabe8c444cbe4aaf854b11b140972d
describe
virus check
'37064' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2328' 'sip-files00344.QC.jpg'
d0139c81eb2ced6ce4440bf038949da5
1fdec00fa3e079fb45c2eb55d7e815deb56e9a75
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2329' 'sip-files00344thm.jpg'
ac532cd2b904e8cbcbceb6c7afc3a0f9
9fadfd1b56b75033e58a912d5f7e96164a8df7be
describe
virus check
'149236' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile233' 'sip-files00243.jpg'
dee4b86b26a76d389bc25e6bb298c39d
1b4c657f71ab33b36eca55e737dad7615dfe78fb
describe
virus check
'18295' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2330' 'sip-files00345.QC.jpg'
c7a135b4a5e2d434834bc0710d588b32
db990471664cb387bd5df247a25ba5732d5745b7
describe
virus check
'6142' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2331' 'sip-files00345thm.jpg'
996547b66867c26003359f44e9269ea1
d4f8857a96ea52dc09a1a233bdf545864f6dea50
describe
virus check
'40' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2332' 'sip-filesprocessing.instr'
be0dd915448a00f4ecfa7ea4632706b0
ccbfcad8b3d0b677290ce92eaeb698ac5d6d0eab
'2011-06-30T18:50:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'386950' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile2333' 'sip-filesUF00027948_00001.mets'
57cd472b6c2ec09b82c305a73dead11c
ded513a8e1527e695db0e2390312a468a3a41535
describe
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc2/'.
virus check
'2013-12-04T23:03:10-05:00'
xml resolution
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/ufdc2.xsdhttp://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/ufdc2.xsd
http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "
".
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc2/'.
'158937' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile234' 'sip-files00244.jpg'
295453a25478ed839f7d07b49fccd2b5
41b5b8af0a776266c31dd9aae7d148835c8a3193
describe
virus check
'144893' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile235' 'sip-files00245.jpg'
b5d3dd8a1c9e0b565bd4bd23e5320589
7527df05cad3cdc431ffe129ff5bf8eee1e15627
'2011-06-30T18:42:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'154172' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile236' 'sip-files00246.jpg'
229394fa3ae1f7096810ad1a7b411961
5983e89a0783e95c823ea547a57459dbd557a2e3
'2011-06-30T18:45:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'141800' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile237' 'sip-files00247.jpg'
f0b5658990bae5b5d3d5c07e63208bdc
2f121fd96ad19126b81c625e9e439c6fb169867f
describe
virus check
'155122' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile238' 'sip-files00248.jpg'
361e37e0de9b881df7d347d6b250bd38
8417c504522c85591822d01f85d7e5448dafd22d
'2011-06-30T18:52:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:32-04:00'
virus check
'141521' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile239' 'sip-files00249.jpg'
ab491c3db6c81bc5bf6b3cc361be8c84
29f007e4062c90ada35e5d9e5a4f7079b159acc7
describe
virus check
'156984' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile24' 'sip-files00028.jpg'
04d7af62224aacb0de53e5fbd4a5de12
0c51ec515dfc0a8acd55d7a8ba27a7cf1f4186fc
describe
virus check
'155483' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile240' 'sip-files00250.jpg'
4089014b2122a14a8d4f042d40414ffc
ff2ff3b7aaf98bd1bdae8c37e3db540f3868ee4c
'2011-06-30T18:45:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'150223' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile241' 'sip-files00251.jpg'
115eea431a859bf4e7386ea26af7577f
2aa6e1591ee8f3c54cf58385fe13cb5a6ad84732
'2011-06-30T18:44:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'130526' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile242' 'sip-files00252.jpg'
1e7d6cb8c2733ac86fd8c32e1b9c0901
09aadbe47b7d8de0e97d448d71cbd270e49b3264
describe
virus check
'142860' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile243' 'sip-files00253.jpg'
39b9b300e5f07533ae2410025f34b7ac
4aa5c57c0675116daa594785878b6e624b0cf396
describe
virus check
'136816' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile244' 'sip-files00254.jpg'
a7b3c2e5357b2e7c3338a953a7bc2be6
44f1b437312be599f3d13faff0537e04bc342454
describe
virus check
'149564' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile245' 'sip-files00255.jpg'
5f2e1e40b0527d112401a4769b780028
cc0aa33792a30f774536ca001eba8e065184e00d
describe
virus check
'155442' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile246' 'sip-files00256.jpg'
d3c671a554d7bc5d9331767dbd7156fe
e6b6ec45ee064e03ce03afef52fadbf6c1a0fa20
'2011-06-30T18:52:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'140972' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile247' 'sip-files00257.jpg'
3d00aa0ad8211ea2e793d303d023efd9
3419df451a98ace3fb860caa4f16e278b07dde31
describe
virus check
'155043' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile248' 'sip-files00258.jpg'
5688afa91c3dc4b497972d2fb82c572f
51431a6c361bbc39958aa560cb5fd0ddafacc2f0
describe
virus check
'147629' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile249' 'sip-files00259.jpg'
89d36fa1169b57d2e58598774b06b596
c106aae22de878b3fd68d5ba16c113e4689ba3e5
'2011-06-30T18:38:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'143108' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile25' 'sip-files00029.jpg'
37698a49de3166099ec1c309a443e501
892017ad0f9143b5275bba59091ec37141b6564a
'2011-06-30T18:51:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'152069' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile250' 'sip-files00260.jpg'
493d53ea39f448647c73d6d0bb38ddff
5f7a4150c97cc68998839c65ed8346fe70abee8f
'2011-06-30T18:37:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'150813' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile251' 'sip-files00261.jpg'
0d53f1bdfc79c354a4d92e7512a547af
eb8c30209fba27acd965ee7084cd149d0c803927
describe
virus check
'133859' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile252' 'sip-files00262.jpg'
9624478f7eae89a8ea599032c36b613c
f76f6be68f66069d0a43026b4e9d0424877e2660
'2011-06-30T18:37:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'132160' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile253' 'sip-files00263.jpg'
9f21783d9a17125b6d2310d2912ae2ba
161f4d4f4ee35fcb53372ec1e67d10aa249849c5
describe
virus check
'160419' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile254' 'sip-files00264.jpg'
28befe155fd877cea42a6916d511208d
b4958be365c4026ae6bc69c2829de113ec1f5264
describe
virus check
'152407' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile255' 'sip-files00265.jpg'
e6eedb824a5c79251aba6f52d7bbbae9
8c9d2e900f33871bf5f6663146dcbd82d7e25bbe
'2011-06-30T18:36:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'114384' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile256' 'sip-files00266.jpg'
4d07e0f2481ea045b52fe1575f7c5b6b
a09766896c90854886da75efdb8dab4ce5c32258
'2011-06-30T18:44:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'135374' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile257' 'sip-files00267.jpg'
64e6bca926e22f48676507fee4ea86ed
31f6b0489d761089c614d695d81c7a35d274d333
describe
virus check
'152518' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile258' 'sip-files00268.jpg'
19ed349b49f651da0759ed233e0ecc0a
f4455dd90c8b271f14713f3b145ae9f34f1bce60
describe
virus check
'111558' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile259' 'sip-files00269.jpg'
9d869ab80e8800d841181ad786d946bc
f78f2601da72b5a0fd5e165af024fce605eb50e5
describe
virus check
'138568' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile26' 'sip-files00030.jpg'
86aae4c06caef5c908aec8bbbe154e3a
a86c1e0879c8c89ee02262df2ba3e3c2149ce709
describe
virus check
'155501' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile260' 'sip-files00270.jpg'
3f972e9882bcc175d2412bcaf4ea6d8e
0927944fd47ab2e972a9a4b6c04ed26155f40c2e
describe
virus check
'130208' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile261' 'sip-files00271.jpg'
4c41fa5f9fda894fd6eb575f2234a8de
85cb63ba5626433bb18b5895ee265b43de6abbcf
describe
virus check
'162137' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile262' 'sip-files00272.jpg'
99945117e1eb00fe76a088c7a0b4e360
827aa4d151e0b8edd8cca3c8517ffd02373677b1
'2011-06-30T18:51:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'149593' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile263' 'sip-files00273.jpg'
3a7d68d5f9f87d28971766db011a3da5
e7a44063c7ac7978f8cd8b242a5af4e5e661b04e
describe
virus check
'133367' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile264' 'sip-files00274.jpg'
72cfa0015751d6fa9b250f6cd03ee63a
682287795622225b19b11b1ac5af6e88f504024b
'2011-06-30T18:40:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'133434' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile265' 'sip-files00275.jpg'
602be6fcc305cac788c1017534155968
6646d21c1a92a8d3e49077f33800001029b8b32c
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:01-04:00'
virus check
'161251' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile266' 'sip-files00276.jpg'
f0994b85aa1d6c25814bbd53ba9f754f
e424209c8a118119cbcae01879231e81be546b78
'2011-06-30T18:41:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'151932' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile267' 'sip-files00277.jpg'
2b0941e32a695a6e4fca22b99e1987cf
c40f8711af5e19e20f53a7fbde082daac4a61016
describe
virus check
'164068' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile268' 'sip-files00278.jpg'
9a858657ca3b1254a050566f80978220
4043a9aae76233bf57c06d1ca4310ab2ca0eb639
describe
virus check
'110878' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile269' 'sip-files00279.jpg'
b89644c049683d60a1c23e004c436b7b
bb5ee4f44bb7baccec64328f28bb6a0d48212301
describe
virus check
'128011' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile27' 'sip-files00031.jpg'
ca7cef0f141e79858ab66aad77dbd621
e34e442721671147e1d0f056f1023d3c6c17a839
describe
virus check
'164588' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile270' 'sip-files00280.jpg'
c9a792c6e6259b28aa88ee98296c5fe6
cd7789d18d21c1a52cf5568f9058554ce15ef7a0
describe
virus check
'147455' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile271' 'sip-files00281.jpg'
f4509a4f62ac859e98c27b4b1d0ada5d
b72f10619297bd4d7a97a6a60e18031e195f57fb
describe
virus check
'161519' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile272' 'sip-files00282.jpg'
e03a19ab49df3c1531ccfa7c4713c066
32437b3f71353c52089155c79595d3814fd41a76
describe
virus check
'138047' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile273' 'sip-files00283.jpg'
c4c75c1ff834631c0555159070743a54
fb7d81e23d87b0c1862a13cc0af4b404367c55a6
'2011-06-30T18:32:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'154578' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile274' 'sip-files00284.jpg'
af8da0e3905bf31410e92f189183e0aa
1b87bbb416287669944f239d695e5db433c07e86
describe
virus check
'109381' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile275' 'sip-files00285.jpg'
1aafca2a5f833b76787dba62543309d3
3bcb476fcae8b64f368fc9627beac53158b3795c
describe
virus check
'163206' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile276' 'sip-files00286.jpg'
bea25d46d48298c7a94c1dcf97bc7423
cd4564c526cd6aac386afd58f5d34c13bf530ef8
'2011-06-30T18:39:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'145861' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile277' 'sip-files00287.jpg'
36c8cb62eaa73248119754a58f3613d5
ef027989941cbd4ffa6c3c2c990ae01127854e8d
'2011-06-30T18:41:38-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:50-04:00'
virus check
'162372' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile278' 'sip-files00288.jpg'
4d8cc6d397f69340bfc3ffb193f553c3
6c5acbaec42dd75851f393616f4ed5edc9904d96
describe
virus check
'148291' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile279' 'sip-files00289.jpg'
9e8b5b22b12825a6911503b3ff3df0c1
3c3c99b0da61a10a339f97e8e5df91ae21c567b7
'2011-06-30T18:46:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'159507' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile28' 'sip-files00032.jpg'
f41822f226f4d3787508e821892bd8be
5a493ac40998b8c22e71f4198dca9f547340a3cd
describe
virus check
'157420' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile280' 'sip-files00290.jpg'
5194ee21549efe6cd5309796e2df439d
dd25fbd9050c9375d89b639cee0a2635bfb0b60c
describe
virus check
'147545' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile281' 'sip-files00291.jpg'
5b4e067752834180be125f2af4190ff3
4e911abe8e872df63937c2e6ec85a8847d3bd65d
'2011-06-30T18:39:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'157663' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile282' 'sip-files00292.jpg'
d4b29ceab4af20f8aa7c4e2346326cf0
8fa7a62a25c8ecfdd3caf206b765da8b4a6f3163
'2011-06-30T18:43:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'147998' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile283' 'sip-files00293.jpg'
13c2a144a2c7eda110ea0e555bf9f74b
460179fbcbab83f51fe0db877cede2b22089ac13
'2011-06-30T18:47:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'160434' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile284' 'sip-files00294.jpg'
6231ae6a2dbd505f621f73fd88829a12
0c65d045e2cb801549be26fb68e0fe4637dcd99e
describe
virus check
'145649' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile285' 'sip-files00295.jpg'
fdc3b99813731fb2013b2337d0e20e9b
dab20ab265c0e5c2171505c91a09a632f2bad39b
'2011-06-30T18:36:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'161679' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile286' 'sip-files00296.jpg'
e0814eb41de7f498eb9c0a5a08a33c46
a22bf6967bbfc9aca94f482b850045109fb6740d
'2011-06-30T18:47:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'145000' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile287' 'sip-files00297.jpg'
baaa17c13c14e48057fec0333a22f6fb
b9994036b4fe2c4f8921e9168a18a515851e3c35
describe
virus check
'161032' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile288' 'sip-files00298.jpg'
fd11ea6dba0c7f27a7a6733a9095f263
4339e917ce724a13933c7d9b7dc45aff459d6cfb
describe
virus check
'146318' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile289' 'sip-files00299.jpg'
f62dadff625d1a2efa5e321928420d1c
930844c49706ff0d30ba8cb02e75da31e475c4ee
'2011-06-30T18:31:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'89288' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile29' 'sip-files00033.jpg'
1ba4dbb1671db2286fad582405c7fecf
0efef74b0d44ccf1d1fe2785642aef0ac295b2cd
describe
virus check
'165261' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile290' 'sip-files00300.jpg'
b09c0e5f511f2932595be729e11e2c65
fdc6c2f61a06043afa579370421143b2b02695a8
'2011-06-30T18:37:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'145871' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile291' 'sip-files00301.jpg'
09158b4daf1a89444f7ee338f4bcdf9e
da6175508d2489ef1b5f93a047bf0c5b89dcdc87
describe
virus check
'163927' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile292' 'sip-files00302.jpg'
980d347d7e4ba783188720a66ddc4f56
636267733f9339931baf6c83493d600ff8d4834a
'2011-06-30T18:40:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'147631' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile293' 'sip-files00303.jpg'
2318b215e3d31736fcba7abf7ad14ac6
1906e5663ff130891534e7dff772f6f120567dd0
describe
virus check
'164975' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile294' 'sip-files00304.jpg'
4f1eb8ae13fe4081d6fd602ff377cad7
98e418b145a721149ef8693d176c331424c56139
describe
virus check
'156368' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile295' 'sip-files00305.jpg'
745005279ea068b76c1afb87efa77d17
92bab926c55ea7a4feda479b62e6b2bacfb6caf0
'2011-06-30T18:50:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'160633' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile296' 'sip-files00306.jpg'
6d7be48aaad76c213ddfe861e1ba7e2a
4ec5f5f112c718f176b6c9a5df167c8e012e2f52
'2011-06-30T18:41:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'153862' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile297' 'sip-files00307.jpg'
14fc1b5e00d0565bc22dbd95804a1b7b
cbbf6a0ab6b077d05e89b544fe5842c9d6ccbc45
describe
virus check
'163791' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile298' 'sip-files00308.jpg'
f10348bcdf33a63600027a872eb73a43
24c100b9c22295e9b24e04802f6bd49ba27982f7
describe
virus check
'161171' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile299' 'sip-files00309.jpg'
6ff6c2348436727cb303ccf624584b99
b8ce805597ec280f627a023bb356ea8df9fecdb5
'2011-06-30T18:46:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'13364' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile3' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
4571b9ce4618673a51dc4e8c756e315c
22a9d776c36a2e8b9f1e68d765ab35bdcc47b387
describe
virus check
'152859' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile30' 'sip-files00035.jpg'
fdaa574d4cf592777b185f0bef411989
ce1c0dc9afe106fc45cd977d9e1b76fd93596c2c
describe
virus check
'166124' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile300' 'sip-files00310.jpg'
c7dc8cd99468f63529252192974fd619
43b59c53150f8aaa0fef5286cddf7d006fa37017
'2011-06-30T18:33:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'153149' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile301' 'sip-files00311.jpg'
81ebab17f966318f81164dea62295e44
49ce677aaf9f86fe1f8c51ea8af4875ded8be464
describe
virus check
'167669' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile302' 'sip-files00312.jpg'
90294139615af90ad7ac24c5adb03b45
54c87ea2aa1673694c24d15f1392ced4df2c5ecd
describe
virus check
'156596' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile303' 'sip-files00313.jpg'
53290e5b76916c2298cf02ec0f4d83d3
d041c8133da7ac45a0a77331b5d72924df929080
describe
virus check
'160578' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile304' 'sip-files00314.jpg'
f4ee78925ccb8b2e6ae195a4a4c0a7fe
e0a9e542b6b368b598fedcce1845991d2e315ebb
describe
virus check
'112254' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile305' 'sip-files00315.jpg'
a6734f393981f668d690de48207120e9
06e8a3cbe81aa32964619c9af37b114cee1d51a1
describe
virus check
'171456' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile306' 'sip-files00316.jpg'
d75a712a37c0392982250f560ae4a6f3
a2e4f35af6634e0455d16c7164e5cb5e96c5df2b
describe
virus check
'159610' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile307' 'sip-files00317.jpg'
292d081bf42658d8d5d7137e84d37ccc
2f91972e599f20545555836e1b8433dd7d810c18
describe
virus check
'165337' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile308' 'sip-files00318.jpg'
c94d712e070822fa68a7dedba6ece6b9
d0a87ede0c5acc2841d71255ef69229895f56875
describe
virus check
'154591' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile309' 'sip-files00319.jpg'
34fc6c478cca277f41ea9a2c35451452
712a8ccb47e4b4b4f44b6e40bd0bccf16181d821
describe
virus check
'150287' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile31' 'sip-files00036.jpg'
f956ac50fd3da20e1832786dc602ab03
93a8e2702c73a0b8e92f8f23847c5bc0f5722327
'2011-06-30T18:44:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'169283' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile310' 'sip-files00320.jpg'
f3bd100c404478b19f9e08301e36cdd6
d0010610daade91b36ecc94c46b4f9fe7c587af2
describe
virus check
'151413' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile311' 'sip-files00321.jpg'
34caed81d3a4ab58987028a782b218b3
3f0e562ea0b99fb27908b49ebc0f599ae2708040
describe
virus check
'163114' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile312' 'sip-files00322.jpg'
200019a5fa115b3fddae263f5606c33f
c3ec04ce32816bd9c6d9f867099d79d07bfb39a2
describe
virus check
'134637' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile313' 'sip-files00323.jpg'
9d9d78848d63c10f7c8a037d8416fd59
1687628f542d88425a868987b9f40e72cc0921a4
describe
virus check
'171582' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile314' 'sip-files00324.jpg'
2e1312cdc995a331b3212ae39c2521a0
1eaec6a76a6f62552a32ecb366bbb44fdd21b7ff
'2011-06-30T18:31:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'160089' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile315' 'sip-files00325.jpg'
bb63f55dda0ba70cc29957af331f5758
e071efdb9770d59b2695eaf779d33be54e1b3212
describe
virus check
'171653' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile316' 'sip-files00326.jpg'
ee81b3d8aa20eec4af6dfa3c86807b5e
69f28af723b2b6181bd0a6c5b80f414d12fb40df
'2011-06-30T18:52:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'158377' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile317' 'sip-files00327.jpg'
a73d6349d783a60d8581562bb372aa8a
7e89e00f1491bb07e9c106c0b9b091f5a856a7e5
describe
virus check
'165665' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile318' 'sip-files00328.jpg'
fc273f39deddc7b688a0f5901ed214b6
18c9b4e8602909aeb4176475507d293b574b3bd1
'2011-06-30T18:51:35-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:07-04:00'
virus check
'150332' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile319' 'sip-files00329.jpg'
3670396a2361ee8673cbecc6ce7f23a4
c7de19d5c2ff0529bcc5bebc8834361aaa1b07ee
describe
virus check
'148883' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile32' 'sip-files00037.jpg'
7be62bb39efaaaf9cd54988afa31a0e4
4b30b99ddae94df28a42c559789785ac1d089d81
describe
virus check
'83827' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile320' 'sip-files00330.jpg'
a35af0086355fe6597994afd81b308a6
37630f3f2e06ad6c3ce4a3b6972c337bca101863
describe
virus check
'149362' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile321' 'sip-files00331.jpg'
8045caa441b9c48c8065d78f3230be57
6c2e0885241fe034c1cb6472ad23e3ec7b3022e2
describe
virus check
'163874' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile322' 'sip-files00332.jpg'
65b8dddc12f1d656a54d9eaf38bfa180
e8c9157c7dd4a2232882dcfbc7dc08d60a2cccbd
'2011-06-30T18:50:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'137983' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile323' 'sip-files00333.jpg'
7c97f0f90f69f2bbe69b9a1e0791531c
7ad1c82ef0592968a0a1837aeaa65460c384d453
'2011-06-30T18:38:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'150357' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile324' 'sip-files00334.jpg'
e493e3a5dca9f5efa23ea733eca8742e
eaad969cfdb626ff5d463c599a2dca370e4fa0ad
describe
virus check
'144426' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile325' 'sip-files00335.jpg'
e1be5febbb3af463da097b4116df147e
372ee30b3280a14665de688ef36e8e895e31e66e
'2011-06-30T18:48:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'140900' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile326' 'sip-files00336.jpg'
53cb004b2052b19bc82678aa14477ca2
d3cbf4d26062fed288d6ba3b87e42fd670080f62
'2011-06-30T18:47:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'152809' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile327' 'sip-files00337.jpg'
c8766758c5fe43058bd646a7e25d874b
41798eaca4f7527618d150765cfb9088c61bb9d7
describe
virus check
'130869' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile328' 'sip-files00338.jpg'
b3b7f1a2944d35042acc4c8b2b0ebba2
107d10723c6e79eed505cdf49c275f76d7bf79de
'2011-06-30T18:35:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'159636' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile329' 'sip-files00339.jpg'
6187b95693ee44feed5279aa3ea6995e
6b7ee6f88583a735045c279cd4d4178315f7b19b
describe
virus check
'153082' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile33' 'sip-files00038.jpg'
055bd8b38b50f5055ebf6ee9c9bb24e0
fc7a9c53439cb32902d633319f2d6aa06111e4c3
describe
virus check
'168926' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile330' 'sip-files00340.jpg'
f9c9d519ba63a048475b3bec8ba56525
a6f0f8d67766c73c3a0e228bfca886ed301f37ee
'2011-06-30T18:35:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'43678' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile331' 'sip-files00343.jpg'
b863a730ce70e26f5d9cae64aa428697
98bf155b026b776f508f10f67d51eed619e68506
'2011-06-30T18:32:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile332' 'sip-files00344.jpg'
1ae4b588acc8adcb1205ef8f9544f7b8
3ad76890be6ec7625fe18ffab6e331cd9c6563e6
describe
virus check
'78334' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile333' 'sip-files00345.jpg'
7462edd47d01fbcbbaf40748593328c8
fd1919574c56919902d9fc54b5b0d952ad239f6d
describe
virus check
'1375959' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile334' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
b544fe5d3c883446ca46d9be6c4b2f12
4a753d120cc891cc01f63926ef9be7bd04f529b5
describe
virus check
'1492581' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile335' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
5243235587ae002e4e2e950da476921c
f6a382f3924fb73d870f867dc187441cae1abf7d
'2011-06-30T18:37:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'18653' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile336' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
a7c03d85fbe4967bb7a32b2c1e3f620c
838ecd29dfc9e2db3b9dc17522379d3fea934a23
describe
virus check
'24013' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile337' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
5ec8382c9eae39c97759585236e8e4f7
f40ab804585b9207dbc349e1717c1ce6fdebebf2
describe
virus check
'1687553' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile338' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
57ae3fb0a76a17618e82cc981176768f
a1210f36e4ce16c856006e9af1a2a4d9f5800d4e
'2011-06-30T18:35:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1687604' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile339' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
b0fad63f2db86132ec3dfaefbc3efa52
4ef2dea0e38b02ba845236382ccb266078224a66
'2011-06-30T18:52:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'122452' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile34' 'sip-files00039.jpg'
f31563ef17b33079735ffcb5abfc305c
bc476ccf5c1d5fdcbe3738c173e2680e8aa7d1fd
describe
virus check
'205138' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile340' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
d263b7a2bb5e6dc4f32b19eeb691c0b8
fc780733007a4b345fd3962fb639ffd0ac813308
'2011-06-30T18:43:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'7518' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile341' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
318d511219795e502334273a16251e95
a9586e5e3b16670ef2a790b68717c7b308174aab
'2011-06-30T18:38:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'165428' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile342' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
3c036d2ac18588296ca7bff9e5a321dc
008e8768dfe7412ad215729d4ed4bf9dd719ed9f
'2011-06-30T18:46:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'6468' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile343' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
429a015b20e4fa3bf1131e020826c40d
149d22f023ac27da79fe6b9b2257942c736c7c81
'2011-06-30T18:43:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'92694' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile344' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
4e44a517e57215c4e0064c5e544d0afe
ff5df04ce8ccd90393f09af4f7375e8bef68761d
describe
virus check
'68717' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile345' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
08d0077b0a7b678272aac4760c4cb904
4c80986bb9724bd99eecb63a85c9acd51e233fde
describe
virus check
'257524' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile346' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
1395c5447c6da61844aa871bed78dfe5
efb40879ce87bf3e6395806718b4a3ecf5494a39
'2011-06-30T18:34:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'289051' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile347' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
c8fc8ad1afcd0f0d7719b301f6f11beb
38ba0d336e4dd2ffa29f5baf8e7b12f24778e65f
'2011-06-30T18:41:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'235869' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile348' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
efe44a30b0fdbd311a4a8274c0ed1a57
960bce8e88f655469afc4f566567f3069165b751
describe
virus check
'226431' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile349' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
fb06c45d7344b2c5df5b0974dd00764f
dff02116f51b78b10f8b9e73c51b7049d98fbb1f
describe
virus check
'156052' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile35' 'sip-files00041.jpg'
400a038e2f2bf6e4fc5584a782c0cc0e
36d79e6842bcc6deb6e086eaa7ff388d81f67e29
describe
virus check
'267259' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile350' 'sip-files00021.jp2'
04480ce558bf74bd3c5ab09431dd3176
a6c785faf59fa0e0e74875c5be1e301c3e5c32b3
describe
virus check
'281283' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile351' 'sip-files00022.jp2'
1fed5cd8a3e353e24125d538e2c1b34b
fea87f44807d96d0208fe76f9f357a9ac509e9d9
describe
virus check
'292307' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile352' 'sip-files00023.jp2'
5fb77a01f5991a2a4a01b384441a2491
749f33fea097f66abd03e001cdd3f771e441458c
describe
virus check
'260932' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile353' 'sip-files00024.jp2'
5778fe88f21e4d4576f8e1914f387971
d669f28ae64f59d6421f8b7a5d099bad4340a2ec
'2011-06-30T18:43:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'267481' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile354' 'sip-files00025.jp2'
96acd65a6348fa49885d85e91b770cd4
46a2918b5bad7fb5a360db53562230dddff72570
describe
virus check
'222319' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile355' 'sip-files00026.jp2'
8c06466b1a7eb64fdb22666d5e95c15f
c9f51c0b35ee3ec3dd74c0e692f0426696e148b6
describe
virus check
'262518' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile356' 'sip-files00027.jp2'
e4f3ae5f3b20932767bbbf2685221910
8a312830e85c16f56713d15c055269f87a36daef
'2011-06-30T18:51:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'268235' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile357' 'sip-files00028.jp2'
dece9bcbdf3a6ef066a31d6b49a25e6b
f7ab37417b6e0f201c016bd4eb7c0c97646ff2a3
'2011-06-30T18:50:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'245195' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile358' 'sip-files00029.jp2'
bff02144dccd1618ff98491a7ca6048a
005256d8ca42cd449c6fb30f6aecd34d40dd6ecc
'2011-06-30T18:50:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'241508' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile359' 'sip-files00030.jp2'
49954d47beef2492736280836c270765
03afc19e283f48dd4ab02da9820d667da3b2c107
'2011-06-30T18:51:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'154102' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile36' 'sip-files00042.jpg'
546e3b5d2d277af9f5eebfe8bcc13690
f31f44e38e70e82392f81a7ea5f1cfa727b126f6
describe
virus check
'215406' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile360' 'sip-files00031.jp2'
9a67ec3db58fb7293ff9914b5a86ebd6
7ab4676e6afc1f1d32fa1792c3b0348be884a9de
describe
virus check
'269138' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile361' 'sip-files00032.jp2'
ed83971be10d7747c9737009ab19fca6
2056cdea9dd1b7de4b3f71652960754434b5970c
describe
virus check
'1687590' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile362' 'sip-files00033.jp2'
ac6356d0e9ba0172cf765a3304724994
469f9fb28eef0e41ac366f73e757709f371170fc
describe
virus check
'264559' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile363' 'sip-files00035.jp2'
1b79694a70e778772bf49fc0d18f598b
b5246f43bc33d927a134405f1d1f2c1bed413f39
describe
virus check
'267438' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile364' 'sip-files00036.jp2'
d74a7d49b9f39e2da7b6a23283e1ab30
d04d2b1bcfed46ffc27ba2d73e9dc8bc2d4a98e7
'2011-06-30T18:43:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'265047' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile365' 'sip-files00037.jp2'
aef39300818717293cf81eb522402ad3
c527446700680fbdd28e731355d6f0d24ab2169f
'2011-06-30T18:32:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'265267' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile366' 'sip-files00038.jp2'
39ea393a5657f1ce9bec0da1beba0a9c
cf01c145759c806e2885bb623666a5793c2af44f
describe
virus check
'1687586' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile367' 'sip-files00039.jp2'
0c5c6c3c25172cc98d1595036b2b07e4
51db33d72982b3eb89bd0afa00cdad48c5c458a0
describe
virus check
'263378' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile368' 'sip-files00041.jp2'
ecd390693103a9c34e8a730530a60318
55c65d7fdc0a6ba16999e6980c5b8228bc66a0b2
'2011-06-30T18:44:21-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:05-04:00'
virus check
'282510' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile369' 'sip-files00042.jp2'
432fbb13ef109edd8feb792061b0f50d
48d83fde1faa0d347794870022c328b5c8f2a720
describe
virus check
'150251' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile37' 'sip-files00043.jpg'
34003ab38cba8d84cf08da51eea3cb79
fe4e91eea4145058e68336a3c9cbe20414072a79
describe
virus check
'275125' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile370' 'sip-files00043.jp2'
8a48d814d6eecbbbd278036a81bd12fc
ee110ce3da451f793e8d710c6b35d6cf3022a037
describe
virus check
'249393' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile371' 'sip-files00044.jp2'
7d75b0c88bf748e247f505c17caddaeb
7b457323aab9dfaa90e6874b2e097bb78d5fe1ca
describe
virus check
'236084' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile372' 'sip-files00045.jp2'
a5de5227ff8067cd33893bb3c92dbd07
71ece9b0f73876048c8d2f04859dde057300e93f
'2011-06-30T18:47:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'278601' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile373' 'sip-files00046.jp2'
02d03dc5c47348e8a0ed1e62cc7c0c95
d152e0d63329e5f0673a6fedbc1914fb44a6d434
describe
virus check
'263948' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile374' 'sip-files00047.jp2'
5ad7f8aae35592f5a57dac31f16593e5
d30a58ea26b15e452459478a25bb8db2cc9844eb
'2011-06-30T18:48:58-04:00'
describe
virus check
'269977' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile375' 'sip-files00048.jp2'
e0ab74342a6ebc6663c5b3b97143d47e
c00402279ef675d217309b951420dc6b31e7b651
describe
virus check
'266179' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile376' 'sip-files00049.jp2'
e076e56761ccfb203acbd182bd931c8b
0dbaff38e872ed4e2119a03271d9e4fd21789e07
describe
virus check
'267656' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile377' 'sip-files00050.jp2'
a2a7318b63ff03b75601798e8f7c7a98
5a9b3528d3174d96f1bf460c9195aa600896dff2
describe
virus check
'268340' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile378' 'sip-files00051.jp2'
523c7435326ac2c3bd0b8333c61edc2f
9cbce92af48e803f0c96bbea09ef8a67036fc187
'2011-06-30T18:44:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'265854' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile379' 'sip-files00052.jp2'
25ecbd2e0677344290c8f589ff6cd942
2602bbc68a04a0791923c04f4e6bed3aa99634a8
describe
virus check
'145346' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile38' 'sip-files00044.jpg'
7e991d24237cb01abeef2581b156d7a0
ea731e619405dbd3391f440165228d503c9ec9ec
describe
virus check
'266990' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile380' 'sip-files00053.jp2'
8e0b894a579d79b853f9e55f837c0643
89340d0a538a00d05c1687846c7723977d9e0a85
describe
virus check
'181086' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile381' 'sip-files00054.jp2'
715c344ea1f2b600f9b8a2201cbf3fe9
5ee0c136be3548ae38e6d5749e3f0dcf5fb49157
describe
virus check
'266448' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile382' 'sip-files00055.jp2'
46354c190f961611661a4b30e8130651
9fc35cf6fd86be2a56b4ec7cefd040cc88c3b442
'2011-06-30T18:43:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'268852' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile383' 'sip-files00056.jp2'
440a07e2773901ead35b35bb535e9541
2decdf6d51535c74562a19f15d549574d96a1533
'2011-06-30T18:49:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'256960' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile384' 'sip-files00057.jp2'
5f62162a78bdfa7ceb2271b3b2216dff
bab4f2f791be6b59603d1ca403aee8ce85ed7ae7
describe
virus check
'268275' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile385' 'sip-files00058.jp2'
b5b8d801460ea9c62d0f8efab767fc42
81b52226eb509da3c7ddf2a0b072a8ccd6d2cf0e
describe
virus check
'258785' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile386' 'sip-files00059.jp2'
b2d42e290b391c8dcbd2fcb40f0f3bae
4942053738d682d6c2bda5635cfc255f99867de9
describe
virus check
'267410' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile387' 'sip-files00060.jp2'
d0bd17f6e8da7dc8fbe71efaea321e5b
4d3e01c9f21caf0e1bb54dbc626416f3eb510218
describe
virus check
'261296' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile388' 'sip-files00061.jp2'
4ed7310edf8a77b3a60506be6d52836d
0d1c2e89afccded9eb4801adb19f7af45107453c
describe
virus check
'234145' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile389' 'sip-files00062.jp2'
9aa0864830994fad8cd39d198b2990df
01ee99c731a2033c792ea1da13a35cfb31851ac7
describe
virus check
'132845' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile39' 'sip-files00045.jpg'
c0de4e03233088a95b099269d1f0c85f
fa722877fa80e9d0e8236165df3408935da11c49
describe
virus check
'280145' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile390' 'sip-files00063.jp2'
b68f13624552795d25d5997e8c8b4038
2d1258afdfb4cfa4b6bd51cd3b2755ca58dcae1b
describe
virus check
'264177' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile391' 'sip-files00064.jp2'
a0db5051a81deb3aa480586f5b5a1043
52f086aced80471577e58e9049fdde67a913b6f1
describe
virus check
'254513' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile392' 'sip-files00065.jp2'
1f66aa3bb8ef4a13ab2f518adfbb8fe4
417557fa7e22a555cd421b37b7954de67a22456f
describe
virus check
'266491' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile393' 'sip-files00066.jp2'
1a06122f06ddfd6126e907d6d92481af
3710f949f6c4e09df7652123f7249d7a5a8b9308
describe
virus check
'264697' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile394' 'sip-files00067.jp2'
89bdfc340c61dc517ccc02704a9d66d7
561247119c8b92259e218e6a1c07959a780956c4
describe
virus check
'265653' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile395' 'sip-files00068.jp2'
e2e43be6d2ff61c96a470207b9fb5ec1
7a71661bd013a0786541624e3f118c6a7d4dec91
describe
virus check
'256924' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile396' 'sip-files00069.jp2'
ff5a1ba731799ea92322be0a20a90bed
f9d5c8de5404b6affe735fa6059d6aa052cae893
describe
virus check
'254815' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile397' 'sip-files00070.jp2'
dc8eddb0b8bd26feaae751dc19f647ce
e47965fbd4a57e28a672e351cb021d6e8d9c70e8
'2011-06-30T18:37:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'264353' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile398' 'sip-files00071.jp2'
d67115f6f325e011eb452fd4df81243b
408e8908b4663ee9712668c58f502b0e7dbe8b77
'2011-06-30T18:38:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'265994' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile399' 'sip-files00072.jp2'
3fbb130c43f1129f0766cd6b4627147c
f2f7edd959218d9bf1a7337607e4a54e408c5b9e
describe
virus check
'17624' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile4' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
cc3ecefdb5acdf32a59d55ec22165e8e
d3bde05e61809244bb62d63c93ee321b623e46ae
describe
virus check
'154337' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile40' 'sip-files00046.jpg'
082c37b1751ba2e093384f98993467b7
0a7de0543e2b48d54f95ddccf33651791c64be63
describe
virus check
'149749' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile400' 'sip-files00073.jp2'
26a5518da9d4b44f1288b92a52b1edd3
056715b31886c534a5bd39371560c305cb36949e
describe
virus check
'243515' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile401' 'sip-files00074.jp2'
dae55c6c57b0d307ee4ead93c47da320
58522f0910142d3a07de2bb63b2f4eab80069968
describe
virus check
'248524' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile402' 'sip-files00075.jp2'
23a4eba09e2c3a1d7a787098c7767f9d
a146977e40c72f551f8880982191e65bba2bd6cb
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:40-04:00'
virus check
'257075' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile403' 'sip-files00076.jp2'
fd0b42d24fea91e9e1c657628464175b
6ef37bdd8e85190901f435338ec86742de02c788
'2011-06-30T18:32:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'258069' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile404' 'sip-files00077.jp2'
0890d3a3b5976a0aa5087d58f912141f
0d5f0708cbaf465d897e87de897415fba4abcce7
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:16-04:00'
virus check
'263159' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile405' 'sip-files00078.jp2'
f6c1e09c7da1771d8173dcefeef81e28
ce6a3db6b81694d6554ed246b13c103364aa27ed
describe
virus check
'264481' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile406' 'sip-files00079.jp2'
64829348209fc2a31cff5a010528aadf
e5c29de32b51802963542fce94564b8db1a4df53
describe
virus check
'272499' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile407' 'sip-files00080.jp2'
f67484e428c6bc0ed7a3508cdf767f5c
de3eb2c955c74bf56c7b3b43fddd3ab49668184d
'2011-06-30T18:37:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'262961' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile408' 'sip-files00081.jp2'
35ab0ed2243647c57a9bb9703e76b101
34d7b42bb60aa7e2f406ad5900a70e071fb729ef
'2011-06-30T18:42:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'267910' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile409' 'sip-files00082.jp2'
add96bb603554aef02f57f49feef0f11
7563809d3142115d5e1291db1cc3c0fe903d56fc
describe
virus check
'152047' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile41' 'sip-files00047.jpg'
0842c7acd8f4affd99fd23e71ee36321
844a9a2b331c2e39e33596fde65ea4579a671956
describe
virus check
'229256' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile410' 'sip-files00083.jp2'
1d1eaed4f2d9ff448a69242d458001c4
4ef200beb8cf8deee31d9d3f9a53ad981d0ce934
'2011-06-30T18:35:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'226713' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile411' 'sip-files00084.jp2'
22fc5285d35a0de593c13980c30e6239
a46f0cc43fb838debdd805476e0785e75b1083fb
describe
virus check
'222610' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile412' 'sip-files00085.jp2'
1d6959f545e90efc67e774b95445ddd6
e8396b7619f66207efad897bf8cc99f391951498
describe
virus check
'254125' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile413' 'sip-files00086.jp2'
82ad5ac44eddc0ea2c25538a16392e0f
4bc44b0968aa796f3c6bfdfd39ed33bb65904ca3
'2011-06-30T18:48:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'252704' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile414' 'sip-files00087.jp2'
12cb2f15101c6f8a65f816070b56e211
4d60603853aa2cc31fe75f54c7e9259b9a829ad0
describe
virus check
'274090' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile415' 'sip-files00088.jp2'
e723da7ca4f051bad95e27ca928ee942
b1391e36bc4cfde1272848d451a90132a465bedd
describe
virus check
'262621' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile416' 'sip-files00089.jp2'
97894caca6f39d83fac7cbe0f711d761
9ca58f6989f8598038acc5211110701b52eea42e
'2011-06-30T18:39:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'277413' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile417' 'sip-files00090.jp2'
a0c3c4bcc4c93f71e94c09c53917c1d5
90e6ab94c3f3caec2355a667415cbd295baf572b
describe
virus check
'257788' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile418' 'sip-files00091.jp2'
d0142d410b9318e16003dd9b21d900a5
28f69cd7af8100b6d5bfe74e47d07a43833bcdad
'2011-06-30T18:37:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'273364' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile419' 'sip-files00092.jp2'
49c9303205996b30b9277fc4b187aedf
c380b1f58b1a9dbae209573c4f4910df670e58be
'2011-06-30T18:37:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'151383' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile42' 'sip-files00048.jpg'
31a6cfe4870fbd9c597ea406be2e4fb1
11500a4c8ab92bb717a6cbd00e5cec7427c602da
describe
virus check
'218362' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile420' 'sip-files00093.jp2'
c4fbebd8c70acc60074ba7767a315cce
f1a1be1e765b946ae7e67167b3e85e17a970adfd
describe
virus check
'237353' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile421' 'sip-files00094.jp2'
db17e0f0d98644e5504e20fbab4ae00c
feedb5852dee564bb06960c1887323d1b4edbaa2
describe
virus check
'269339' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile422' 'sip-files00095.jp2'
cc0d199517743cd583a6241ea5962910
ef55fd85cde5cd95bd2e33c1ebd1dd425dead94d
'2011-06-30T18:34:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'270576' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile423' 'sip-files00096.jp2'
4b084b3e42fb2c354e2b36d21dd8dd46
0f4dc799420220a944898d80f900226e0e06d0ea
describe
virus check
'257722' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile424' 'sip-files00097.jp2'
579594c7a053a0104c34141246a9f870
0cc8a733580aacddcb02644fb3970e71fe1d6492
describe
virus check
'270654' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile425' 'sip-files00098.jp2'
bdb6f40526e8d2f2fdbe0c18c33215dd
7393cb12ca9fd01c7896ab80c1b56acf7029a92e
describe
virus check
'249927' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile426' 'sip-files00099.jp2'
7c618c0ba3fc8c0ad05c6b0ddc48fb72
6a113ebea00febabfaf21c794d8b8b262999878a
'2011-06-30T18:34:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'273722' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile427' 'sip-files00100.jp2'
96f9e478990ae55640df342235260250
6bcc59fe2cb5ce8f414e6973cbff8da74785db81
'2011-06-30T18:46:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'259233' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile428' 'sip-files00101.jp2'
22a5ef630b420aeafc41a9adf1bd3a4d
984b3f94312c448481199a87be076a89a31ce433
describe
virus check
'274689' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile429' 'sip-files00102.jp2'
19f055bb13d1cdd515659f941ea32692
197172bdebf5bd1f90b8fe7830d6b2192dcf3a2f
describe
virus check
'153780' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile43' 'sip-files00049.jpg'
5010d3e75843e27e1b9b9d61158da144
56b19aadc3175d4f37df3a6e2538032a4063d1e1
describe
virus check
'214336' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile430' 'sip-files00103.jp2'
bdbe7f507ea59b84306295bdb666f56b
3b922a8ced61b5a4de9b35d107cbdd8c78e29b22
describe
virus check
'263663' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile431' 'sip-files00104.jp2'
8c4529000f1d6ec4473961ac69dafdff
f9cfe7efa3c2141645e694b405a5866deecd3860
describe
virus check
'252790' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile432' 'sip-files00105.jp2'
1a823a9e85c96ec8ae4084937904a926
d326becc77a548545abbc53ad9f48782014c8d2c
'2011-06-30T18:39:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'277261' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile433' 'sip-files00106.jp2'
f6583485684226b5065ae2d9fbfc27dd
8386cdf11b83f73e64e31d899efb001f7fc0935e
'2011-06-30T18:38:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'262627' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile434' 'sip-files00107.jp2'
a044f2b6e7c04471bdb9b44c53db02c0
56a09558f1c194ee1a9d535c31cf83d53fa5f1bb
describe
virus check
'266324' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile435' 'sip-files00108.jp2'
459a11422c55030aef8222ef7e6d5127
87298fdf502d35a849347f78fa2fdca0ea38dd38
describe
virus check
'217957' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile436' 'sip-files00109.jp2'
448196416af2cc5d096e074638d60001
89b236d6c45c9f6c1e966cf7b6d44e15ee2a5d38
describe
virus check
'267869' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile437' 'sip-files00110.jp2'
ab2a109652e1e4efe69f35b398bc8bd3
9504e652f68e044d96dc51c737a56619d8b3b41d
describe
virus check
'275632' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile438' 'sip-files00111.jp2'
00aec4ade80bc2e23d66f1eeb27612d5
e2ce9e362a4a5e4ae81c0498662041da81cfc4f8
describe
virus check
'267051' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile439' 'sip-files00112.jp2'
2f20550a4f2120c163e52e0fcf0d34f9
05c40f3c8c3f0f7ee2a4971d3e6d1facd6f0786b
describe
virus check
'154050' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile44' 'sip-files00050.jpg'
daecf6ab0852e8302bc14f4144a12812
d1eb65e06348d75bb29a3a9a92bf688f3701d743
describe
virus check
'257187' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile440' 'sip-files00113.jp2'
2ab0bb562625c38d23ad08d92618a921
a96f915abb2a1ce053d84d6cc52439ea036a279d
describe
virus check
'264120' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile441' 'sip-files00114.jp2'
ab2b70ba0108e1ebb3ea306643af9601
59f715d833e08eb73ce42eee0cac139d362152c2
describe
virus check
'267237' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile442' 'sip-files00115.jp2'
fee7a30aec0619a7dbd45c7dfe4b0f85
9a5baa84865d3cc1e0aab956ebf53a4df1b94a22
describe
virus check
'270041' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile443' 'sip-files00116.jp2'
912ca554fbb4c4b742a72e164758b05d
1b3d2b3e3b62dad24dac78e250bd362ef7d878fd
'2011-06-30T18:38:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1687594' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile444' 'sip-files00117.jp2'
6a7c3cab73ecd6b18a63aa7c1e7f946f
6a0444cf8f31a3344f6c17744be200d4ed0412f7
describe
virus check
'219127' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile445' 'sip-files00119.jp2'
bacef0f8561aec6a29b04afb8f89542c
806e392aee6a22752fad2334a45354f4c97443bb
describe
virus check
'268863' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile446' 'sip-files00120.jp2'
5f4f4ed53a6aebb4a5fafaea2cd94d91
6517ff9b7919d7094368f336134fc0c0ca5fd618
describe
virus check
'271504' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile447' 'sip-files00121.jp2'
f98966e55ea7f71bc8d0bee44752b6c1
bf1b0030850550bacc8ad251f38b3b784a4ede83
describe
virus check
'263644' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile448' 'sip-files00122.jp2'
6df890a07c59ffb53b491c2ff2ddc04b
d7857f75dc75ed4dcac38d6e4c17bbf713a6e125
describe
virus check
'253121' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile449' 'sip-files00123.jp2'
b4cb351aca6378e8e3f27ce1749d478c
6a837af1fab22b30aee777ac25524dd9aa42324e
'2011-06-30T18:45:22-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:32-04:00'
virus check
'154306' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile45' 'sip-files00051.jpg'
c01bdd9db497d6d42d0f77af566f5ff0
4c27799d3cddb9d9aa329fc619a4299581d18af4
'2011-06-30T18:47:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'266909' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile450' 'sip-files00124.jp2'
822ba366260f0bc4a6a4e551f67c9147
502d9b58bd355514fc25db3882314b90dde3e339
'2011-06-30T18:45:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'174602' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile451' 'sip-files00125.jp2'
96e30af9ad5215dc0ff8fe16e7e800e6
7f85f90908f2a0bfd640b3e8525ca6f9e9f2110a
describe
virus check
'264110' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile452' 'sip-files00126.jp2'
c137251e3da64b7d901022e044810d6e
65025c438e6b61395596cce46a3beb0676f4e247
describe
virus check
'258523' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile453' 'sip-files00127.jp2'
2f0e3c1a36d9960961b664f6348fa6e5
817f277d5dc3f7741d2bd4a5c4c20f3179e4931e
describe
virus check
'267330' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile454' 'sip-files00128.jp2'
7757cbc9ae7aa3b3f724495d058d9ec2
c562bbac13546a74691b4d56c450c14f06afb672
describe
virus check
'263704' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile455' 'sip-files00129.jp2'
6c89197b42a1837ef400edd1bd990bb4
d175afb886294450e5bfcd16bd1339aedf79a0c0
'2011-06-30T18:40:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'265362' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile456' 'sip-files00130.jp2'
dc9b627e05b851a6e69d6577ef32be36
63e1092bf4987813bb92fa4df6d8cd460f3d4b32
describe
virus check
'254716' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile457' 'sip-files00131.jp2'
a233ef046fb698eabfc3b6b0c4043701
75a577ec79586c8d262fcc35fd6d3b942bb92245
'2011-06-30T18:41:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'265875' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile458' 'sip-files00132.jp2'
bbd45ece03809a386b0bc73c7007ae31
cef93e4a716ea42447df69cfc4c2eb4a3ccaf76b
describe
virus check
'262954' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile459' 'sip-files00133.jp2'
ae338c82412ce3b6b410209c0ff85d18
4037f26990d47fd287a406c902fe524f767a8b3b
describe
virus check
'154826' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile46' 'sip-files00052.jpg'
18c73a78ab7af95a126112bf96b17d1c
291d41f90f6e3e83a7df7d72342e25ac213fdc78
'2011-06-30T18:40:55-04:00'
describe
virus check
'271451' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile460' 'sip-files00134.jp2'
0fab0cb1d7a201a2a037cde0e62b1c2e
ea7674e0cbf772243b21787ad70cfd721a0e6d35
'2011-06-30T18:48:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'261797' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile461' 'sip-files00135.jp2'
d115c92b0b1df1ff411297f045d5666c
82b6141a73935b36645b6f8fd30a6ada7bc1ba35
describe
virus check
'266827' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile462' 'sip-files00136.jp2'
36f00ce8e739659974abf857b51060ca
5366908142926077a005515109b89719e7f4c157
describe
virus check
'267463' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile463' 'sip-files00137.jp2'
d3b9fe78581acbf19db58a62924270d4
40ccfde12add680e8e3a64e579826deb0edc75a0
'2011-06-30T18:52:00-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:22-04:00'
virus check
'263882' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile464' 'sip-files00138.jp2'
64fe5b76063bb4999650f28fa5b14a32
9e2c56d3e5f968180d0a35b6cd6b274594ae7bf6
'2011-06-30T18:32:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'259015' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile465' 'sip-files00139.jp2'
e23690699952c6d057aeb31204137a87
f0726bdd22a6cde9b7dce42841cfd6da8a611066
describe
virus check
'231176' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile466' 'sip-files00140.jp2'
eedae32f8b7222b16d1287509dc6b280
de48e624a5fcb727027db295f4f8cd9ecbc98154
describe
virus check
'259245' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile467' 'sip-files00141.jp2'
8beb3695f98e27696b1ac6696aa6193b
45ef69ce2bff94793384d5850ad8707532d9cd4f
'2011-06-30T18:49:53-04:00'
describe
virus check
'263962' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile468' 'sip-files00142.jp2'
c5e6db19cd88a02391e6ee75734c2eef
f7f474ebd5857a3a8e39f0e136bc3418c5fb6f00
'2011-06-30T18:34:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'251400' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile469' 'sip-files00143.jp2'
5741b2cd6cebf9638056421972eeba21
21f3f9fcdcb1d7244d807530171bccf40468d35d
'2011-06-30T18:46:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'151627' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile47' 'sip-files00053.jpg'
ff93b2daca79a8124468eafbd47694f3
98e7cb3e3684e7bbb06f5af12c9b10c52b8ff201
describe
virus check
'271755' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile470' 'sip-files00144.jp2'
38ca9b517e30b3437a733c1644253dce
88c9d0526e06c1649808fac06d986beb0aaba8fd
describe
virus check
'257549' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile471' 'sip-files00145.jp2'
2899c10921bf9d3989f6d06fd4366965
8658bdd85684e27a501bd3b3a4b9cf1dcf587e4b
'2011-06-30T18:37:04-04:00'
describe
virus check
'222554' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile472' 'sip-files00146.jp2'
72fdef961f710a3b73d98b3c1cc503a4
29d9e8837952822a858ba6546d8ea539ef40cd51
'2011-06-30T18:48:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'246635' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile473' 'sip-files00147.jp2'
1e03eef100422af70a39502c938c83d2
d0d7d5c4e630aac7f50e555f5e1ca6b4103e8a83
describe
virus check
'229225' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile474' 'sip-files00148.jp2'
36a84169a5b39d17b3dabc0799253124
c9d4bdf2ebf85de93a6a1e48882b252f023d0fa0
describe
virus check
'240648' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile475' 'sip-files00149.jp2'
eac84629c23e5e6d329878445d01bc74
1fb0c964c0dfe4ec85fda9875f0277e5e20db6c4
'2011-06-30T18:38:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'262230' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile476' 'sip-files00150.jp2'
6e16be7146d76585f38bb51c357bdd10
474e4cbae930c71e07dd58b169209af94f551879
describe
virus check
'248977' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile477' 'sip-files00151.jp2'
aa589a3722076ecff509abac8f85006f
8d737344639542b7d144cbfe8636387afbbb57ea
describe
virus check
'271907' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile478' 'sip-files00152.jp2'
0e52871e1bf1bb6767dec5315a3eab36
bfbe50bbd83d2c2ace4d6dbb87486ae9c28985f0
describe
virus check
'257720' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile479' 'sip-files00153.jp2'
9231cf0757a21e868354d431fe618a04
7bf7b83962296d049ce11964053e3f02977a34d6
'2011-06-30T18:44:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'102054' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile48' 'sip-files00054.jpg'
2967a3133263469817fe3fbadc60bc24
7986a2a6209c6183cea086ca03e2f3bc2a5b2c11
describe
virus check
'271391' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile480' 'sip-files00154.jp2'
6e2de7516c451a7b29f0351d5557d300
bb1177d57286abe421636fff080c5611fd1f3fa1
describe
virus check
'1687579' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile481' 'sip-files00155.jp2'
916539a1bae93907b08b436630228b54
4376817371b86027ace39e70114b2df3396c2b52
describe
virus check
'257441' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile482' 'sip-files00157.jp2'
93f56568762e5df49a10f769784cd9df
9401115cd23ab684e2f590c140f950205e2c5d08
describe
virus check
'275738' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile483' 'sip-files00158.jp2'
562961209b0a71e80f8b6e0f70e10595
b6f97f389e672dd27b9d641191f54a08937d0c5a
describe
virus check
'225995' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile484' 'sip-files00159.jp2'
a7b1cafd4c67eab3570e3054e5b8db75
290e3cd2a7573756ce28e5421ce2f6b18eb38fa1
'2011-06-30T18:42:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'263415' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile485' 'sip-files00160.jp2'
3a87eac1a72f94377f5d6681166518c5
ccf06a893a770ca9763fc201d03f145cff6a1777
describe
virus check
'258951' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile486' 'sip-files00161.jp2'
02ffa51aa72873bae425bf539bbd6e82
bdfac6dbb30c2dedc142f0881afc848e84a366b9
describe
virus check
'233349' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile487' 'sip-files00162.jp2'
babeae9c0f60d53b93afd94303c69fe6
cc5846dec0e31875f2239918b5442e32b9f1c041
describe
virus check
'250410' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile488' 'sip-files00163.jp2'
0dd88b354174d818fe1944556e0561a2
a09710523905bfa8ae3a678f292eb6daa2e6ebf5
'2011-06-30T18:42:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'265124' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile489' 'sip-files00164.jp2'
a74293a0b78b200345e27e4857f9480f
fd74161942bd04ea32e6b6a42de152f2985a3b5f
describe
virus check
'152777' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile49' 'sip-files00055.jpg'
f23644c9f6a4f44ecf9ba42832227776
51b19b4af0bf58f0c19e13e9c01c9a06ccb5df9d
'2011-06-30T18:46:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'243784' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile490' 'sip-files00165.jp2'
063ff0d00065b33a8deddcd020382ca8
ad30a120d1ea0b9643c8db612230335346c9b523
'2011-06-30T18:44:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'272661' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile491' 'sip-files00166.jp2'
e542bdd798b600a882b9ea7f64170b7a
931ac639f927db64b5925bf19f4cb1c7c525564b
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:23-04:00'
virus check
'1687599' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile492' 'sip-files00167.jp2'
f32e8c4f8a378c60bcd6a552e4fa5bc1
709cb9c6732eac2f2b2158f84edeef562682c75e
describe
virus check
'264214' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile493' 'sip-files00169.jp2'
1d92562f9a4f69227d148e59aac8e598
17cdc064fa8b5eb142ab8d1b7d3b7522458c89ff
describe
virus check
'230596' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile494' 'sip-files00170.jp2'
1c34a22317e9ddf5df39854a1d3f39b1
da281f29c41bab52fa909d6e7617803960489f08
'2011-06-30T18:51:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'262985' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile495' 'sip-files00171.jp2'
6b4a620fe6bf707e06ff36e88c3ce4e9
2aaecdf987790d523dd83c002dd19aa45bb644ee
describe
virus check
'278677' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile496' 'sip-files00172.jp2'
ade3741912f26a7053726c31a3bd99c6
0f4603f5510d135f293aa93755afb56ee30b4894
describe
virus check
'243166' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile497' 'sip-files00173.jp2'
9834c33151cff0348038657a054dcd1b
249cae8aec70eab82686e10d56e8f06b8e8ce2ce
'2011-06-30T18:37:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'272248' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile498' 'sip-files00174.jp2'
4da1fed4beca15513b183b95bdb563c4
a85fcc1e6ef2a931ec68bce4d951db8de505a1e7
describe
virus check
'269037' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile499' 'sip-files00175.jp2'
18d9d000bfbeb9009645b08c7333afd8
9a1510c594bd62998dded775ad4eb86b524f0b01
describe
virus check
'142766' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile5' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
a7dced866dfe50a724d4738a0f075a84
aa9ed6fb216acc1ec1dc3f09e39360d0f6075988
describe
virus check
'152447' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile50' 'sip-files00056.jpg'
c352bd60a2f262703c7bf237c0e8172e
e7d15f4b4f074b24862e0e084f0179b0b679d397
describe
virus check
'282470' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile500' 'sip-files00176.jp2'
707ab2cf9196b5f87f3cc3a783674b64
be57908b6d3eedea7fdd89be5b470e3e6e502c4a
describe
virus check
'266207' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile501' 'sip-files00177.jp2'
ed232612686448101f504fa6c71bfc75
a5ffb3558c52e2f358d39f119044c6743540f143
describe
virus check
'277161' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile502' 'sip-files00178.jp2'
9c7747e4905e6239efb103221b8ca1ff
7957349a22bfc6b28342813906a9cb556184cf82
describe
virus check
'1687416' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile503' 'sip-files00179.jp2'
654f2af07e7ea5b799c53f3a06433922
d8107e42847c83b2fd246abc326884a6d34bc65a
'2011-06-30T18:31:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
'267413' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile504' 'sip-files00181.jp2'
89c19ec32b99fee5cc905ae478e0f428
efce657cb7b34130f3a7f05c06dde586dbc3fea6
'2011-06-30T18:34:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'187419' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile505' 'sip-files00182.jp2'
d30ef20c6fafb9d689cc81f26b9e6e78
5e7bf50850eee2fe872197189bf7a4dcba0a9a96
'2011-06-30T18:50:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'185972' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile506' 'sip-files00183.jp2'
a77f4c8daa337e1f8ae2efa0138fc01f
0d467f358da307a97a383c8983c020fd75722b42
describe
virus check
'262785' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile507' 'sip-files00184.jp2'
3b299e1a999bd715f474effe797342d7
70a0f8a42552fa522b00d303cd6723df236827f9
describe
virus check
'249528' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile508' 'sip-files00185.jp2'
82023b730db450c5702eb0797e55c940
a9a6bfa1986f62892cc299982f35e77dd6f4329e
describe
virus check
'246641' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile509' 'sip-files00186.jp2'
fe8e5d0fe6af58e9e1d9bfd7669c248d
68be551ad14b0a915641b4e96a805826562edac2
'2011-06-30T18:48:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'143968' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile51' 'sip-files00057.jpg'
c92fe3146bc784dc1671a4d4f72557b3
e3aea68bf4567bfc3844334061f8b582f1a269bf
describe
virus check
'248378' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile510' 'sip-files00187.jp2'
403a2b2b6821d2e85ab8bcabc69cb4eb
a744b30ea6d42590ecbbaa1430ee5ff15d421b17
describe
virus check
'272969' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile511' 'sip-files00188.jp2'
b757c74c34724cf691256cf9696b6c88
32161dae9140f6bc67b3cb46faf22f659914d646
describe
virus check
'214100' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile512' 'sip-files00189.jp2'
582e05543fd45adbf6312d98b18eadc3
ad4a44187e82c33e48eb76332143589d9cd64fdf
describe
virus check
'225131' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile513' 'sip-files00190.jp2'
189848603117961babcda3247c5ae558
836a1081b5c7bd5b65f32dc144758ccaa09bc40c
describe
virus check
'237451' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile514' 'sip-files00191.jp2'
e0038f0ab8f476f4b99d555619afced7
6505b0531498ca4c45959b01730b6816d26bd0a4
'2011-06-30T18:38:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'279381' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile515' 'sip-files00192.jp2'
e6627ee1473a70595a24e870ba6c2024
fa85d7f7afb6d3accd8b2bb259194f0a59ad53b2
describe
virus check
'252469' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile516' 'sip-files00193.jp2'
b87603e06eae34bfa13e83c9d6fe9e98
944cb723bcc3be2290072f4d87970dff78b313e2
describe
virus check
'246972' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile517' 'sip-files00194.jp2'
8cacdfedb0da0d181529816c65200756
104f1d6af770bd010b517dfb96336a50411effa6
describe
virus check
'256676' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile518' 'sip-files00195.jp2'
582e66f6cc7cd4567ded18ddc66d0b5c
1a2e9d108e214d73c851717c52a3747e54e0b319
describe
virus check
'270029' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile519' 'sip-files00196.jp2'
71cc662b38fb913ecf6778d988ed8d2b
f42479372fe4acea535ad46f965157e7982e9ce6
describe
virus check
'151839' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile52' 'sip-files00058.jpg'
f14d17c8e6f8cebef722daf5ca4be34d
cd4eec36cee6702e982b4dcaaf92eb00d63fb60f
describe
virus check
'258253' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile520' 'sip-files00197.jp2'
56366a61c2dd973c31ad745beff99c63
72fed9a0cdb7bf65728d89729c7f184a602ecac9
describe
virus check
'233844' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile521' 'sip-files00198.jp2'
50065918c213aeb16730344060d130b3
5f5e59c8c90a8e598f8027788db1546599f515ef
describe
virus check
'262609' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile522' 'sip-files00199.jp2'
ea6cb501f6f51c6b7b57c8b50925f241
1c9dd30ed1dea4a874ea2c873e71c5100e94d335
'2011-06-30T18:44:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'271277' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile523' 'sip-files00200.jp2'
5d0c8c6f3383bfebb11ad206b6d29064
0d7ea760c8407e35909100a8da95f6169718e385
describe
virus check
'258713' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile524' 'sip-files00201.jp2'
ead79316bbb21ad0ebdfbfcc646cee3b
3f5f12e85e66c6850730cfd89633a406e5edc6a0
describe
virus check
'265172' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile525' 'sip-files00202.jp2'
fc3d2ee0e0ef648f94e0391985b0aa2a
6a1f590d022e3fb94563f46001482ade2a07e4cf
describe
virus check
'263099' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile526' 'sip-files00203.jp2'
0a9ee9067276571ba9ef7b86b47c793f
c1e6e9133421a50ee74337d2dc3d7c9260a5948b
describe
virus check
'265130' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile527' 'sip-files00204.jp2'
221fd0717de40ec6b50f5f9b03ca51ef
1fc6f7f50066c9b2e798184a9d61726f23420bf9
describe
virus check
'254905' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile528' 'sip-files00205.jp2'
1951d637cfda33645bd92cc8dc5af1d2
30b3c30e5ed14394048968cad4e69744ed1e9f0c
describe
virus check
'274359' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile529' 'sip-files00206.jp2'
b638159a73eac52098c083835f384651
dd37b210a2491cc0a810449c073ad55263b88b24
describe
virus check
'146525' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile53' 'sip-files00059.jpg'
a78c3cb1d2d43549f55bd8c8fe40aaa5
75cc72f5e29d6c7dbeb7fbbcaa1d94b7b89f7c58
'2011-06-30T18:44:08-04:00'
describe
virus check
'217422' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile530' 'sip-files00207.jp2'
2cb5223714667ee2bd4ff9a1aeda7b0f
bce479bb3ce5b75599f7af7740ec8c6edfbd5dcd
describe
virus check
'278938' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile531' 'sip-files00208.jp2'
52358275816f48626ee50a507614ed5a
ef287e72205b836f9df0ef82025f253c5736103f
describe
virus check
'258006' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile532' 'sip-files00209.jp2'
7f40ac77c2a06f6d2c6d9aec2776eed6
c668de6c217e905d0fa45350ee0dfd1a500c5b16
describe
virus check
'262825' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile533' 'sip-files00210.jp2'
aa275ca30199123dbe57943429052eb3
4eb48d7b46ed4073b6edaead20dc8a86187a5b23
describe
virus check
'266814' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile534' 'sip-files00211.jp2'
99748076af1484440dc1bb55fb5599be
066e2a0d1a24843120106d29f32206e1274b0c09
'2011-06-30T18:37:54-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:23-04:00'
virus check
'270869' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile535' 'sip-files00212.jp2'
92822cb0e72a7062e3ebc618c7eaaee1
6cd76c383b8e87a876cac1fe5da822ae4acb7657
describe
virus check
'260041' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile536' 'sip-files00213.jp2'
82f1d969e104573c1de912fa7a1bd467
dd591328317838c24d17505ab98766c0b9e8181c
describe
virus check
'282390' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile537' 'sip-files00214.jp2'
7a3368c5690b299112da6dd91d0e2418
5f8f6bbc68442b38325b78a0c130b988835c51ad
describe
virus check
'255468' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile538' 'sip-files00215.jp2'
1053383ebdc79c500171f48de5ddbc2a
0a531159e8cac0a41a98b4650ddf5031881ea4e7
describe
virus check
'272786' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile539' 'sip-files00216.jp2'
ff2e2044fe7830e23128c187ab31a806
55edea7b6b4c8513ac18c0f5df704a0729e433e7
describe
virus check
'151537' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile54' 'sip-files00060.jpg'
8c9c50baca48055d0de48c34f3c071de
b2f79528ae2e4835065fcf9b6a9bfcdc36e02404
describe
virus check
'250692' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile540' 'sip-files00217.jp2'
1849a1dc2e3f6e44edfcb4249b7504ea
0a1814b16ad61cf13fe7fe690a5a9757a0bbb2fc
describe
virus check
'239209' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile541' 'sip-files00218.jp2'
d70149b0a61de9833451141068fd38bf
c1c637456ae2e786d0fe2ce3d89e5f0d98348c46
describe
virus check
'224376' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile542' 'sip-files00219.jp2'
3c308f2bc8aea33e8bc53a39c531f313
e81776d11e1178484da4b68149865081d0c9279e
describe
virus check
'290378' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile543' 'sip-files00220.jp2'
8b6e1f055d24a0f6a80fec9c49be76bd
8ba5bff3d76e06f7dd6c26434b3daf6a7c16b81f
describe
virus check
'254500' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile544' 'sip-files00221.jp2'
95b09cec6aa2ab1e37e3f69eb22e1587
80588b50e132d4164354620cd3f8751461f75b69
describe
virus check
'278905' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile545' 'sip-files00222.jp2'
4b4379c3cfc439ef4f2befe07bd0df4e
3d55592dcf8ff287c3d1447fc6208268d144e39e
describe
virus check
'266666' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile546' 'sip-files00223.jp2'
dbe73794c72a32994ba202b5b4fa076d
8264b379dab97ec600ee85dc1324679334899cbb
'2011-06-30T18:32:30-04:00'
describe
virus check
'200656' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile547' 'sip-files00224.jp2'
536af69e2014984e17581cea70d971c1
bdcce26e97e7aac6a04a0ca417e15605c4717302
describe
virus check
'260156' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile548' 'sip-files00225.jp2'
65a9c8b4bd442b9ffe48f85a2197e3ce
02e7cf86ab55a1f5a002ceb12715873284f4de63
'2011-06-30T18:49:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'278528' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile549' 'sip-files00226.jp2'
11011fefb8e73cda1674fc3a9cb146dc
d55454746dedf70f6e3278df01df7b70983f9752
describe
virus check
'150834' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile55' 'sip-files00061.jpg'
876c3947a1c0aa2b42e565475bd27abc
b702637bbf0a5d752bfe8d27240803f2f5662bcc
describe
virus check
'263981' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile550' 'sip-files00227.jp2'
2b71cffe0eb436ab753f0311387dbc7f
17a2f0c9ff96926310a5c7d9c30ee697930ebd2e
describe
virus check
'240946' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile551' 'sip-files00228.jp2'
9245d95fdbed475f2af48c740fc1f2b0
80019757098d5d684cf4d5b3b037636c183ec15b
describe
virus check
'246754' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile552' 'sip-files00229.jp2'
fd6b6db91a70ecf724fe2749956b0846
62c6ff663bb18468aa0a6d82d4eb2195fe411672
'2011-06-30T18:35:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'275864' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile553' 'sip-files00230.jp2'
a9bd282bf9bf1cc80da7d1c5a9828c21
0cc1bf8d8aed1810348cb9fdf051ff228179627c
'2011-06-30T18:41:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'263492' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile554' 'sip-files00231.jp2'
7c4efadeea6c77d38872b0299088d543
8fd7adc3ed717a50a17b3e3ade9e666b24bdc9f5
describe
virus check
'232348' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile555' 'sip-files00232.jp2'
fccbcd95b87312399db3510c43b8c33a
5037d9471c0399421424e1e4e01b284ada8da759
'2011-06-30T18:47:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'213868' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile556' 'sip-files00233.jp2'
b519bc97e74909c68e3110a37e663e5c
dd4f37cefe02127e9b026d993bd8ce2e18e45b77
describe
virus check
'253328' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile557' 'sip-files00234.jp2'
02b3f3084b8353ee3581d9e7c524c335
94eaa6797620a3d675be066185522fe4b044ba9a
'2011-06-30T18:40:03-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:15-04:00'
virus check
'251809' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile558' 'sip-files00235.jp2'
851fa8f1793002a8f2d20ad889b814fb
b449686645a58c57c2be09c756701b0a1e89e69a
describe
virus check
'270394' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile559' 'sip-files00236.jp2'
476d61ccab6ca3f7be53f1ca8376a3fd
ba3691e4dfc2572320563696983a4d4caa972700
describe
virus check
'130054' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile56' 'sip-files00062.jpg'
8bb3190f3fc88257fb71d99a48165acf
d5c84a9ff192df05c04150968a90f12a4edf6c3d
describe
virus check
'260587' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile560' 'sip-files00237.jp2'
7c9ae133058ebda50e91424aece055eb
0fa97dd6652355f102586951feaeb1d2214693d4
'2011-06-30T18:45:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'277752' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile561' 'sip-files00238.jp2'
e1b3f8b807635c17d0e1a950d1ea5cda
9ab8acbf1c3c321f39ca5a412e67cccb6b7d43d9
'2011-06-30T18:52:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'261510' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile562' 'sip-files00239.jp2'
98bc61a280c2b4f2018a671fcc60c331
cbf2d41b31e24ef92dd70b7d6b006490b1c8b900
describe
virus check
'284887' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile563' 'sip-files00240.jp2'
40b0bc32aca640f3560e28587ff6f6de
11a33ef96c83a5c780c0ed733096532809997b85
'2011-06-30T18:45:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'254805' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile564' 'sip-files00241.jp2'
09f868bd0e9ce53dbaefd4f8b5a760f7
677fe34dd6f0032d6b26c64289fcab56f2671e54
describe
virus check
'282450' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile565' 'sip-files00242.jp2'
7f0e72d46e3170b14a745924a1450378
013404af3c6372c0847704f1bccf39382af1f974
describe
virus check
'263042' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile566' 'sip-files00243.jp2'
b6c5769af6544dac72ae949f0a3fc296
b5ce41fac433c4c16caa9e5dccf9f77c4f3a4eb8
'2011-06-30T18:42:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'272503' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile567' 'sip-files00244.jp2'
4a48f790bb0e0fddb30db99892c9a34f
0ebaa8dc5f0ad7bbaf747ef8b2900724ef83b220
'2011-06-30T18:38:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'279511' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile568' 'sip-files00245.jp2'
37e9b9c92c0de4fbcd9431f389d80ad5
eba5903e70d051966b14e7908ad700b9d89adbee
describe
virus check
'270972' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile569' 'sip-files00246.jp2'
9e94320eb720551fcc572b871d8e4af0
88d4eaddfee8efb6ecc5b7f7292f2d18e8cd13ce
describe
'2011-06-30T18:29:14-04:00'
virus check
'152862' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile57' 'sip-files00063.jpg'
fdde208472de99ab1522e2de93bb097a
2af5eb669ebd0f8e86a775508ff78cae615e5a4f
'2011-06-30T18:34:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'253050' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile570' 'sip-files00247.jp2'
8f55b3a4ae3d3146eb168333a9669bbe
87ab8e397e1a7f389818d9ef5cee94b7a9133981
describe
virus check
'280465' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile571' 'sip-files00248.jp2'
e84a0b488f4543792a0a5a60c5cfcd2c
652a5cf35653a32cd15376263473be236c774594
describe
virus check
'250155' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile572' 'sip-files00249.jp2'
dda45be7f0229aee8d19fec38ef355b1
5282b1e926a710b160e68ffaef09bd9e18aae309
describe
virus check
'269646' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile573' 'sip-files00250.jp2'
9e5c3814f481b6e399b8526f8d6a5f50
b5fcea3ab6959724b757bbc1abec11c0181b9597
describe
virus check
'263185' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile574' 'sip-files00251.jp2'
8701edaa8848291006054d995c4e9432
126d09c36466a227ccc86dab8a1ac2a39afb2e21
describe
virus check
'231730' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile575' 'sip-files00252.jp2'
fa7cb1fdead206adf087e9597c1bae01
850ac6a935c756b65c1f4a8387f1af2519cf2c2f
describe
virus check
'260065' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile576' 'sip-files00253.jp2'
1988603078d08baf41ac79d78eed87f5
e6381f25f987a17ad7cef07faf972d008b5e5752
describe
virus check
'257797' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile577' 'sip-files00254.jp2'
b03b58b4d7e02d918e78141db047f63a
44ed18e3ca359058550dad679cb1ec4c1fa565bb
describe
virus check
'266487' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile578' 'sip-files00255.jp2'
91d712f6e084cc9c07157b5fe5500f8c
33100479533b951d61d094c15afcbafaae6cc9e7
'2011-06-30T18:37:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'272758' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile579' 'sip-files00256.jp2'
51c461ebe2abc27f5ec2dc59270382dc
6e9c3ea303ed4052acc96483992b2acecf3c1591
describe
virus check
'154084' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile58' 'sip-files00064.jpg'
9c25335dc586fd0be96fc5d0761002fc
c73faaf9be059ed63c50fb235f3fdaca4222718c
describe
virus check
'256813' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile580' 'sip-files00257.jp2'
974468fad5e3a03706e50369d4f1b102
10c135e9437e6a104e32d848243318416f6c27ef
describe
virus check
'272819' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile581' 'sip-files00258.jp2'
17ecb51aa481f33b837349b0dd136b41
fb5333642ee04bb0d1696a23f7ebeee590369429
describe
virus check
'265599' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile582' 'sip-files00259.jp2'
149468126af4d4e223db0d2b8d273429
26ffe1a5b8f09e6a4d8bffff4280ed9579a0076c
describe
virus check
'283673' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile583' 'sip-files00260.jp2'
617bd8042d2a66b1e7783505c14c45fe
ce1d834457db42c5a2e73fc24bb8f36208e517b4
describe
virus check
'256603' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile584' 'sip-files00261.jp2'
43303e9024dc720590b2193252aa90d7
80953106866bcdcb82dd27b4d01efa0a4672e43f
describe
virus check
'247481' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile585' 'sip-files00262.jp2'
2620264523f533b0cd740df0d44a6585
3f1fbdd59e7b1fa213ab745e98c65df060bdbfd3
describe
virus check
'236475' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile586' 'sip-files00263.jp2'
8a49ee48cd69996daaa82cf7fb9e5e0a
6f36e22e61dbb0481ee5c533981d3fb915982217
describe
virus check
'282912' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile587' 'sip-files00264.jp2'
f896b50b63a859bf2ee41f424a85fbf5
360cb2084cc784798889faf08a9411d611f64eea
'2011-06-30T18:43:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'264181' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile588' 'sip-files00265.jp2'
cd5d59c7da52e006762c019d2445c073
a0f648112c48e7adcacd01c68cbf44cc085d5569
describe
virus check
'204089' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile589' 'sip-files00266.jp2'
a240391b814883db8936f7f1cdd4f535
6bfeb090bb2fc4aa554e19531df8af076b760bba
describe
virus check
'147710' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile59' 'sip-files00065.jpg'
31d2e6366436d34e5d7c75b2ac63e986
e06a0bbf18e3b127798fbb57ae4c9f28db7a781f
describe
virus check
'243882' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile590' 'sip-files00267.jp2'
b2ca4528ca778fe8cc53767d2075f25a
04b5b0dbb873704308468190b472d62741d7bbed
describe
virus check
'253641' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile591' 'sip-files00268.jp2'
e8dad5e0d709b72ca8e3c3f7e92c1840
027211b3716841068f6ab57f87c8287f0e3175a3
describe
virus check
'190076' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile592' 'sip-files00269.jp2'
01c1e7e9fe96cbb61be7adbd967333ba
26dd58d55d0df9a78b20d27d821d01bddd3f20b6
describe
virus check
'274779' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile593' 'sip-files00270.jp2'
2fdecd189a2d602b9f423ae0a6a76f40
bc27a71c18c65dc85dfc715cadbb4768d5a6ae0c
'2011-06-30T18:44:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'234773' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile594' 'sip-files00271.jp2'
a8ef7e7ec72fc92e37b1209fa34667f6
cbd61f5b0af9ba56c32b738efc3d16b39adb06d5
describe
virus check
'276300' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile595' 'sip-files00272.jp2'
302cce3613ae00d09cc60ba6d4ea9c08
36f642c73eb327f0f46be4a6cf539065e75c4d4a
describe
virus check
'259835' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile596' 'sip-files00273.jp2'
24f1462ba2088e6ff870ef4459b57154
4efb7688ebf43e4594b105042aae8732a6599e5f
describe
virus check
'241121' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile597' 'sip-files00274.jp2'
47f7060252be8f473bb4e3b76a86e332
fa0815a6afa36b6480fb79f8218a5ed00f244278
'2011-06-30T18:48:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'247842' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile598' 'sip-files00275.jp2'
bb1c1baf015cdd846919818d7ecdac78
d3e7e299ef39a0cdd1d42d3ef8cc39ab07dacf8f
describe
virus check
'271828' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile599' 'sip-files00276.jp2'
fc7f91a4c264ca331735610e22a17d68
5ebcd36b6713c05dca7d0bcbf78f1a4b381a46a5
describe
virus check
'111828' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile6' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
22ed615cbfe641c9f83906a9b12bae93
0f47f0156790c7d928f958c0fe02435bb49832de
describe
virus check
'151769' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile60' 'sip-files00066.jpg'
db263fe42a13392c948d2d47a6d4f19f
a78277b3478be43fdf0ab7c5c41362cf78277edc
'2011-06-30T18:50:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
'261611' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile600' 'sip-files00277.jp2'
528af70db254969aa7eda4392b3c0d22
e60547871e1f37ea2949b9eb39218d0fd486aea2
describe
virus check
'281288' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile601' 'sip-files00278.jp2'
7be4eeec6035ed1e568b51344a9c6407
e15502755c8f72d06902b108d26b82e851d036fc
'2011-06-30T18:52:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
'199012' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile602' 'sip-files00279.jp2'
7bf55f7bdfc981d1c56d07a8bbb338e9
866c9eadf73febeace60c75713ccff37b87d426f
describe
virus check
'282063' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile603' 'sip-files00280.jp2'
d620919110f6782d2c810c8b5e13a19a
4af7426716c09ea1e0c6293373785c875dfb8c1b
describe
virus check
'257224' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile604' 'sip-files00281.jp2'
238093533181e7a2b1f4d0a7e0bbb965
92c24e3bb20af1c23742e15821a7f252b0bf1c0c
describe
virus check
'284047' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile605' 'sip-files00282.jp2'
9e6054dc58f50b1e5514f11f720f8147
1039232aa1177ef516a2176e51fb0670d660ce5e
'2011-06-30T18:46:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'253582' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile606' 'sip-files00283.jp2'
7311be4a05f1f9557cfa1be41c42a3fc
b56f26af273f092ac47d307cec5f0d168c81be02
describe
virus check
'262990' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile607' 'sip-files00284.jp2'
b241d2985d9031c40210378f2696040a
12b66381e6ad1d7f4540cae446eb2923eba95142
describe
virus check
'225192' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile608' 'sip-files00285.jp2'
7fb685a9fdb78656d9929e3c018489ee
0df8f27656e8d3bd669a33b8e93f0a559fc07a63
'2011-06-30T18:33:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'292051' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile609' 'sip-files00286.jp2'
de0c283836b9d78e87122616a0c28708
45327946a6e3f3bbda1280f9101348c310d95bb1
describe
virus check
'152382' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile61' 'sip-files00067.jpg'
a431e08b359039071b6a0db00a490961
fca9fe35ae16bb2a2d1019f96c53572dce8a352d
describe
virus check
'260303' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile610' 'sip-files00287.jp2'
5ddcb7f040942bcc1475866eed684431
fb28b4f6233b6431c0f069f1c2c88beb641b3c9f
describe
virus check
'278752' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile611' 'sip-files00288.jp2'
9974a411626397728c7388fd5dbab694
cc42d6171e42448203cd1375f857b76c64c7832c
'2011-06-30T18:35:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'256804' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile612' 'sip-files00289.jp2'
afe9d4b8a51c86f4e4844f05b4443109
98ebf46861310c6e4eb9b6cb8934b5b9dff4702b
describe
virus check
'286000' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile613' 'sip-files00290.jp2'
89330cd988743ef0698c617b637722e1
a63bedc907e83b29b1963d8a6e5d1005feaa243a
describe
virus check
'261393' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile614' 'sip-files00291.jp2'
674f0343121da38c7890b09d4d7ac556
484ecaab47a887ad912de1230e1feb0379334ab6
describe
virus check
'277916' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile615' 'sip-files00292.jp2'
75ad9c29b1e37d61c6b39d73df1406df
d55c71291e5309bbc97798a5adeeeaa9d7751f8d
describe
virus check
'266066' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile616' 'sip-files00293.jp2'
8d6ae4b2693c9185e6c9122ee414dab2
13d7ea48034087228167ecba38b424fdf24bdb2d
describe
virus check
'276275' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile617' 'sip-files00294.jp2'
3fd26d2f00aa89e8a23be0f7326967e2
1d138e0eea3094b7ec24c8729a394b7b85cffbae
describe
virus check
'249986' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile618' 'sip-files00295.jp2'
c36dc98d7ec0f499d9c6c6d1e207afe2
f56c5109f4df973253819f3d8274bea39a417203
describe
virus check
'285738' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile619' 'sip-files00296.jp2'
0bd448277eb522309bdd6b6a733ba1b8
56727ec590734ffb11b6e3715ae9a782b3a27b67
describe
virus check
'157552' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile62' 'sip-files00068.jpg'
b8dece291df8cfb31a46895e09d0a022
66b762f6e9fae38c9f8c760bea6f9e8ef3d57f79
describe
virus check
'257351' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile620' 'sip-files00297.jp2'
00a352de80b8ae0766524e41e4cafb89
b5d9fa4c5fec55bb75629bc8d95689df4c729638
'2011-06-30T18:50:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'276135' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile621' 'sip-files00298.jp2'
0f504b843a891250d813bc82da17b846
1180ffd646fa4f04d300494c8f32ce6c2ca5ed12
describe
virus check
'256136' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile622' 'sip-files00299.jp2'
8ea2474e0a4238c592db4a16edadf7dd
0c40867fcb4df2f451101f823c69c9d5db847b61
'2011-06-30T18:43:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'284837' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile623' 'sip-files00300.jp2'
f490d4fb193f917b1acd38639226d2e3
d4a417970904ac2e8e36d8cdbbeb34203a615e3f
describe
virus check
'249774' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile624' 'sip-files00301.jp2'
6df82a194b697beb6170928f224f730a
bda7b18924cb13abc60a229df63b43e490c61dab
describe
virus check
'280596' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile625' 'sip-files00302.jp2'
4b38e9012306b54ed00adb7c839194d9
8054c3673b3a4297d76a406b935917df6219eae5
'2011-06-30T18:35:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'252627' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile626' 'sip-files00303.jp2'
e13b4e6e9093302423d07f87ded2e275
9cddc329645e2dca2e5de74c5f7f46867fdd7c37
describe
virus check
'293168' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile627' 'sip-files00304.jp2'
64bd0173baa3de7ae74dc17f09eb8477
affac6ec424baaf86581ea030a00db8d7f642caa
describe
virus check
'274393' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile628' 'sip-files00305.jp2'
63c313373dc2e50e5966fd54d8c8abb9
3219b1f96e46ddc5c7823e2d6a8270805c288aca
'2011-06-30T18:37:50-04:00'
describe
virus check
'280680' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile629' 'sip-files00306.jp2'
8c888488689e2626704f16b08775424c
c55fb83e51de9de2212bce21f4b60841c5ac2be3
describe
virus check
'150777' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile63' 'sip-files00069.jpg'
a20a333542add1510aac5f6b070cafb7
f5112cecda6ee56ee01ac2858004d6838dc1d20c
'2011-06-30T18:49:06-04:00'
describe
virus check
'264740' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile630' 'sip-files00307.jp2'
4dac34c71349d9746c0271bcbc9e12aa
1fd751c4b943dff1413bd566aed686e81b8caff3
describe
virus check
'297257' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile631' 'sip-files00308.jp2'
f918c1f0e9e902901d8421a6f68fb383
dc114bd785621e3a5dba6057ca9935235302329a
describe
virus check
'271915' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile632' 'sip-files00309.jp2'
6f020ca3c1e62f467fae85922473c8d8
4ef3ba1499524417c1a0a9510c3941d42abb1e6e
describe
virus check
'292112' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile633' 'sip-files00310.jp2'
ebefbf92b9436b086690b708dba72b61
5338deabd4aab8dc2dac37a03e19354ade503247
describe
virus check
'265988' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile634' 'sip-files00311.jp2'
34ab210287c67229a3ceb9e323b4067c
a317c36517afa91c34c4f15add19d58a2b8cdd6e
describe
virus check
'296404' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile635' 'sip-files00312.jp2'
a09e3607347856043aef8567f1376a8a
2c42a33575505b73d9eee5da7514e912c49020d9
describe
virus check
'266602' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile636' 'sip-files00313.jp2'
899c26d128801e2b73bad73c11509f79
1b9e6e8eab4cc557992d4eb331d6c47e1f6161ee
describe
virus check
'290764' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile637' 'sip-files00314.jp2'
0ffd2c05d0a0eec81d1e7f8f6c3883af
52202b6d99ed8010dfd579df9cfe0008904330dc
describe
virus check
'240879' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile638' 'sip-files00315.jp2'
5377366ed6a3da4214bb631f4994d93a
bb5e583960a9aea070d35b4d6dcedfc3332eb8f3
describe
virus check
'286726' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile639' 'sip-files00316.jp2'
8ace8ea7773ea9fbfdd717894d182b95
0e75f37d9b26a9b482dab0d101569234e8b16f7e
describe
virus check
'145768' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile64' 'sip-files00070.jpg'
90c0b3602f62589cc8de1b15793ced76
83e98a1fe6c611a38c81815d2e84c8238b6782e8
describe
virus check
'271632' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile640' 'sip-files00317.jp2'
094ca9ab9a83cf2fb8c642f5781e4f8e
f670bef90cda8de2171759928c8597006f41a353
describe
virus check
'295833' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile641' 'sip-files00318.jp2'
56e0b0660cf8289c531c7d832efc5b93
3b00ec6f3a5c87c7421923e32aed0fcc958cf80e
describe
virus check
'265291' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile642' 'sip-files00319.jp2'
36cd2eafc5cce288f41861148c9a64c1
ce523a3d46d457aa9b98503e72a4996aa798b104
describe
virus check
'283410' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile643' 'sip-files00320.jp2'
fdf7ee9f48aee7f9e13995cffe529590
4fdba3b0cb28bdefde7aae6802d6b76acaec501d
describe
virus check
'269598' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile644' 'sip-files00321.jp2'
48ba13d4a420c1246ff3892f7a572fa2
871486731e08e58c55bdeecac6f09b9504cbc997
describe
virus check
'281857' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile645' 'sip-files00322.jp2'
7afecc85cbee8bf7ba09fb8370b84aa2
1aa775781612578417472aa97800f5cd9a67f10b
describe
virus check
'236174' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile646' 'sip-files00323.jp2'
ad8a4a8f38007bb840ca17634cd1ffc3
1a962b82be21cb6e87358cb04432bdfa51682f59
describe
virus check
'290759' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile647' 'sip-files00324.jp2'
2189d7fda730a2476f6942b00e5b548c
7dc07d32e10b8275493c3bc381362ff8e83d5f68
describe
virus check
'278789' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile648' 'sip-files00325.jp2'
f8d11fce236015d6311c830a9c20d9c4
610ba1d217114d1d842cbcfe2e950847516ea202
describe
virus check
'300486' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile649' 'sip-files00326.jp2'
868dd0a0cb486c98fc329d023bd49be8
68394097761b78fc0320b8723be74e1902fde1a4
'2011-06-30T18:38:33-04:00'
describe
virus check
'148288' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile65' 'sip-files00071.jpg'
be62de729264ffbb70b97683441b1cd3
5635c40ba121481c0bff6fc315eff3a10926704e
describe
virus check
'270810' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile650' 'sip-files00327.jp2'
6e2155ea0305a92fd0bdab8433234aff
6884f20449d69594a379fc0b765a7fae188d3964
describe
virus check
'283695' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile651' 'sip-files00328.jp2'
846a25e0e07a87e8a05dfd8a5cb65668
3098b1709c4e41bb23cfdc1bbcc2daee37d45ea2
describe
virus check
'254748' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile652' 'sip-files00329.jp2'
4a62db02dc5e2d6cd3d8016ccfe7f085
429463bfc9bb9f237db148556effd3faf8250f23
describe
virus check
'150050' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile653' 'sip-files00330.jp2'
b80ac9eae5e38017186e67854512514a
30a5135feddf1d5ee0a086dcb7f979e379a2566e
describe
virus check
'271837' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile654' 'sip-files00331.jp2'
7c5ee776ef9f0d4632b11cee74273866
dedc48cc0ed4ac28b560855079d8e93b3a4703f1
describe
virus check
'290032' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile655' 'sip-files00332.jp2'
5fdcc1af0876b3913812b5be41cdc346
8982d70a675e5de60ecc9cfe2c254d981bc70702
describe
virus check
'234299' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile656' 'sip-files00333.jp2'
583f6cc0bb66c35cb343f8ba2d7be5f6
677889ea5a8b61c9e553b982ac9b9099848dd460
describe
virus check
'275391' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile657' 'sip-files00334.jp2'
61d32eada43dd858f487bacb8d89e789
0a44574087e5bc0c105be793f0816efa0b675eee
describe
virus check
'255466' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile658' 'sip-files00335.jp2'
f10da4123e3556208e5c207fc4ae1a5e
ffb39bc7801249150421f010c5ff7ef43b198987
describe
virus check
'244691' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile659' 'sip-files00336.jp2'
a16387b0f4d9f02bde9b7a1e28a5049f
57caef5ab216ac5af3eeff67400118016e19cb8e
describe
virus check
'158922' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile66' 'sip-files00072.jpg'
b8033a655b6bc5f8d381a4d60db06f76
8e4c7d73e3c808e6b5b53fafe8cbb1943b23e4a2
describe
virus check
'256328' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile660' 'sip-files00337.jp2'
cbdefd6452984a67cd2cf35b9f951396
e2e6eff587e4d6fb1ecdbdcfdc84bde82e5edf57
describe
virus check
'233696' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile661' 'sip-files00338.jp2'
cc493a5f9ee6f7894d67882d4f78cc79
8233f8ccfa3d75ce5688f2b93a239a733e949a27
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile662' 'sip-files00339.jp2'
281fbdfd8cbdc4a0624252613eb89996
014a07e60716fa09392650cae55b3a4ea76a85aa
describe
virus check
'286378' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile663' 'sip-files00340.jp2'
6a3dfef0cb9ea585e889a616d939006f
961cc446ebcc95d84b437533647f0892752b55e4
'2011-06-30T18:36:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1495850' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile664' 'sip-files00343.jp2'
fae3d91945ea864ef007d96836cfac4b
ecd16aa17eb43f211ac09ef19bfaf8fb2f37638b
'2011-06-30T18:37:31-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1591431' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile665' 'sip-files00344.jp2'
3c333957c4af33eaacd2eedece85b7fe
0f8e6d960c37b102e9ee306e26e37a385f215a88
'2011-06-30T18:52:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'401738' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile666' 'sip-files00345.jp2'
e599567adcc3f013256b21f91d247707
6463c589aebe70b49b0468e7339478d105567cb3
describe
virus check
'33034400' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile667' 'sip-files00001.tif'
394dc5dcdc67a3b61a8316d7143f0fe9
512fd0099e413408743a5af0718124ac7bf78032
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:56-04:00'
virus check
'35833748' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile668' 'sip-files00002.tif'
51708960ffb2f0ad99307b5ade145321
a021fe675e2065a43387ef9ece8503416602c6d0
'2011-06-30T18:45:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1695904' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile669' 'sip-files00003.tif'
e265286074a1eeff4d675f3bd7e2cd20
e48e1f430c2fa44247913b32a025e2c5ce9128cf
describe
virus check
'87302' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile67' 'sip-files00073.jpg'
5d17be3c2f49915d8dd70d502803e633
6f94573bb0eece4347273310541c72ebba002b84
describe
virus check
'1696672' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile670' 'sip-files00005.tif'
82b516a6bc941035fb60d73cc8e4c64f
fd0c5ad90655dd2ecf743f07438af01ef1b59de5
describe
virus check
'40516800' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile671' 'sip-files00008.tif'
c706af3d3702602c2c6e163c462cd6a4
01bdbc46c65665c4789c6d08bf4b443022dcc97b
'2011-06-30T18:45:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40516572' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile672' 'sip-files00009.tif'
41510bd8ff650d9de410ac9e13fe27fd
dcea378700b76f7b51b804195eeb58945a2568d6
'2011-06-30T18:42:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1701124' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile673' 'sip-files00011.tif'
371765f95b81ea3495376ced8e1ccb58
e7a46978f8c3bbf3a452f09ffc785d07d6a62ea7
describe
virus check
'1695628' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile674' 'sip-files00012.tif'
1344ec7d2fda8616acd9912eb5ff88c1
e8298f94a23b9ab32f9985431b6795f9ff824578
'2011-06-30T18:41:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1701224' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile675' 'sip-files00013.tif'
38530040416898b9347090f04bfb1c03
f6c70c1dde38d53ac0ff9e8dae52bb6ccb31b3af
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile676' 'sip-files00014.tif'
b27627981d312b0b7baeaf224db73001
9aa116f877be5d37f725b20aa74bd11324598844
describe
virus check
'1699508' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile677' 'sip-files00015.tif'
34e65f6667d7ae6e7f2417fce406d1df
0474d246e98e167afd152f376a98aaf441a776c2
'2011-06-30T18:40:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1698264' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile678' 'sip-files00016.tif'
34b0e928ff3d5189edc009e676d64f7f
522834584feba7cfa7d9dec5178d617575ad8392
describe
virus check
'1702976' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile679' 'sip-files00017.tif'
652b77a672223284689e77378cc4579b
3bc57df0ae32f56d869e1de9ddd10f95a0fd8a1b
describe
virus check
'110200' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile68' 'sip-files00074.jpg'
0e5166deb124acf02cb7d0d86c7e0f0d
3f0e18008cf38ac61811a1a096158f84f0acf0a4
describe
virus check
'1704216' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile680' 'sip-files00018.tif'
9bb6e32b8731cb5f548363d6923d133b
78795f244d1542b5e2f97e25c0e66af562533381
describe
virus check
'1702952' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile681' 'sip-files00019.tif'
199c60ab21dd372b0ad1e1db5b42040d
e17f15eeaa52e0bc67b987d26dac81db8b755a34
describe
virus check
'1702896' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile682' 'sip-files00020.tif'
9a024157013d3121f336169cf9396d85
42073d5f71c979a57d18d81f50513e13adecf5d4
describe
virus check
'1704736' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile683' 'sip-files00021.tif'
f5d1a3504031cee088ffd7cad6758ecd
eca835971832bf3ae1da75979bb4e8b51163b4a3
'2011-06-30T18:45:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704104' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile684' 'sip-files00022.tif'
6facef2275e970975639d3f7bb01db2d
614f835700987efef7ddd9e625b354f9f6fc3972
'2011-06-30T18:50:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704492' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile685' 'sip-files00023.tif'
8ccfcde8a293700608037fd1369dd6ea
368f748ae5c0121506e77f6dfe05cad8a08a4841
describe
virus check
'1704596' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile686' 'sip-files00024.tif'
9c25a00f7cd43853ef4826046a0fae43
6221a30dabf0edd0bde9ed8571ce053c4e8b23f5
'2011-06-30T18:52:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704620' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile687' 'sip-files00025.tif'
22cbb001c5bbc1b6124ca9ef9e033bf5
adcbff2cee04562c9ae95bf1f66ef78263d119d2
describe
virus check
'1703048' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile688' 'sip-files00026.tif'
2cd9de6b1c6606115f2e723aa83d148d
c255b4e38c6a9d874d21f83adb50cc658bee0292
'2011-06-30T18:51:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704248' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile689' 'sip-files00027.tif'
cbc1a578907a6eaf0364902176d5b364
58ab7651e68e678250cc6067d7c8307ab617c797
describe
virus check
'140897' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile69' 'sip-files00075.jpg'
19c06580188d581d41d8c642107ac51a
e59edc0b8f87961f2c576e9aa37e0440eb0a117b
describe
virus check
'1704088' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile690' 'sip-files00028.tif'
6299be0075f67571d16635acbe978eb6
b6b593d7926d3a9e6b651fbe8be5ddb82927f886
'2011-06-30T18:33:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703936' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile691' 'sip-files00029.tif'
9fee272bd17298ebd4ab7a1cb2a297ae
c76ef883185fea20989a4d27752ba690d6c411be
describe
virus check
'1703560' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile692' 'sip-files00030.tif'
b2a470ad03b2c36a202dab004d0c1d24
19c8cfe8bb10871b88cf5a2b6898ec928c01e6e6
describe
virus check
'1703352' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile693' 'sip-files00031.tif'
e00fbc33703bc7396b1b34ca1120d717
93d6c2f703781078b8c1d5206888eb7000464134
describe
virus check
'1704944' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile694' 'sip-files00032.tif'
32c44d2c8683f8acd07f3652f72d77e3
e64a6f604369dfdff5c95f4bb911910d6b61056b
describe
virus check
'40518400' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile695' 'sip-files00033.tif'
10a7f8d6d17159f3227a0f68fdf74933
e748c986182d4fbc3c54d8ae434569dd6180bf9f
'2011-06-30T18:40:06-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:25:18-04:00'
virus check
'1704452' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile696' 'sip-files00035.tif'
e9d4b1b5455181b80d0dad65b086225f
5c8e75a74e82aed66435b2d05afd50ff051e1e68
'2011-06-30T18:40:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704296' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile697' 'sip-files00036.tif'
6387977b634ecb8d3944bbf1458cdf66
94d761f2941ef1b0326c4649dc0a00ee7fd9e290
describe
virus check
'1704236' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile698' 'sip-files00037.tif'
815136997c6b8deee8f5e3cf7e32c15d
0a0df18e5923563bdca97f692c2f33ef3f6ef797
'2011-06-30T18:39:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile699' 'sip-files00038.tif'
f44bae65ddce29413d84b7fd00e58c83
66b9c6c881d7e9823850f00fee789f28ca53897a
describe
virus check
'74883' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile7' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
f55049bb3b2f34780c5a43396091e87e
e014f603c90948b085e7e9c749716951fca11bf3
describe
virus check
'149325' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile70' 'sip-files00076.jpg'
3289de6406008212c07d9b177e635fe8
020e37d6a0d1dd23f0a4a97facf39efe47af2933
'2011-06-30T18:31:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40516444' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile700' 'sip-files00039.tif'
fea9c403deaf6f54ed7a14a3dc3c6c4d
a1f9aae182a13723c091c945698ac15f93796a95
describe
virus check
'1704532' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile701' 'sip-files00041.tif'
b6b25d88e81ea955ad6f1da8224e052c
9bd702c7dab1e83d579e8b102779037ec4faa815
'2011-06-30T18:36:09-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:23:46-04:00'
virus check
'1704472' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile702' 'sip-files00042.tif'
4e39177c2f6307418fbfedd15216ff96
6d3edcbde7ed24a4e8373ec9385f880ce1df38b2
describe
virus check
'1704344' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile703' 'sip-files00043.tif'
9bf629a1fbf6a7fde74af58606aacd26
dfb036145626e9ac37085b14c6466daa68c9fcd6
'2011-06-30T18:42:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703996' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile704' 'sip-files00044.tif'
460abcc4d3f9a8d37730709645acfa95
5d2f5a96f9c945e06f80fad1e0c8939a690573bf
describe
virus check
'1703672' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile705' 'sip-files00045.tif'
246a1ba8c00c9404f82b126c83ebcc8f
c025be5c159db875560b61704e3ffbc30f8563be
describe
virus check
'1704348' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile706' 'sip-files00046.tif'
a70b8e9d85eb180f29f8e4a4787c960a
63430635a50b88a21538aa3c128d8ebb70ec8bb4
'2011-06-30T18:47:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704456' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile707' 'sip-files00047.tif'
45a2f95bff27aeaf810d3d93ae2ab5ba
51bd030b87fbdf618e8973d8d928157c7171e3b0
'2011-06-30T18:49:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704372' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile708' 'sip-files00048.tif'
2d8449e5c15e0e59ff6c0591482cfdc5
58c991562aa4bc7cc249de97413b8b66076bd6a6
describe
virus check
'1704436' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile709' 'sip-files00049.tif'
94803373b1dd05aa620f5f1e0daff256
1945eb517d29d3ae74bae6e9f20ea344b75a36da
describe
virus check
'146661' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile71' 'sip-files00077.jpg'
29acc031394918b07743c96f7ea596d3
b86f45266a05941a49d53c9ba29329586c1f5c79
describe
virus check
'1704420' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile710' 'sip-files00050.tif'
e213b42a10daac8dcc19640e86ebf158
cb597f6f30f90bb4d4f477d5f954178137990c51
describe
virus check
'1704624' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile711' 'sip-files00051.tif'
0fdb5f8e47e138bd32bc28326f33ee40
194f0dd5e81e8eef345e2225653ece219aecf5f3
describe
virus check
'1704240' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile712' 'sip-files00052.tif'
d63014dacca1e09682b5f7af80b0c826
6c4aea46ffdccea15f757a5b4dc30a4bfc3596d8
'2011-06-30T18:35:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704284' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile713' 'sip-files00053.tif'
4d83860f3848505353c5f1e594db5d91
7e834208310bcdcbacab77a625cb890b0b999eeb
'2011-06-30T18:38:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1701588' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile714' 'sip-files00054.tif'
0d18fb712f39d52b74fc968f93c28fdb
fbd0d60ce9f822e74634493f5757169a244203a8
describe
virus check
'1704320' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile715' 'sip-files00055.tif'
59a0b8631a875e87852409d6cba823a4
5c9fc337bb44fc7749c4c1d7b95b78b2d6de3093
'2011-06-30T18:36:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704228' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile716' 'sip-files00056.tif'
56cea68b022db6c1a4c9db04658e571c
367329752dbc1401ab7059ecb131a60a096d3b30
describe
virus check
'1704256' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile717' 'sip-files00057.tif'
98b17f273c22c3f2c165b4cd3f3e488b
9471a2fe9e6e4f5ac5c07d7f1275f9b62cb34543
describe
virus check
'1704208' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile718' 'sip-files00058.tif'
95f2e2c959d9768f0c2e5281084145d4
b4591353a03ce8026c75dde313443a4c5c4bb5df
'2011-06-30T18:45:18-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:27-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile719' 'sip-files00059.tif'
b77f92f839f7e67ef7116cf7b0be23e3
f6b5d6cf795b1da8ec58e3b85dd359dbd287c85d
describe
virus check
'151078' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile72' 'sip-files00078.jpg'
60afc73c4d973694f42835abcda3c971
561105ad03a386b49f1aaf050aa6e51b21555b31
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile720' 'sip-files00060.tif'
d71933083b4933404f894343242b9983
8da6003010b398431d9a30e3bab8312bcfda86fb
'2011-06-30T18:31:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704644' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile721' 'sip-files00061.tif'
cf30684831a5f7ceea02fc7bb826a05b
aac1eafc4caf8c280521eb21f7383c22efa1b6e3
'2011-06-30T18:36:56-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703128' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile722' 'sip-files00062.tif'
fe2def7c269da0bad01f9eea2177b763
c608cf151efb314301364ee277fb5f3857b7df58
describe
virus check
'1704692' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile723' 'sip-files00063.tif'
6da2385ffccd58f1d01c4579eae37108
c1aa58dfef8243ff2d10fe125bd72dfcd95fef02
describe
virus check
'1704648' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile724' 'sip-files00064.tif'
fbae5e88ccfce2ef2dcb4d6f2462bee1
42fd2b08b0c521d688c86fed40dfbc08ae8c3561
describe
virus check
'1704700' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile725' 'sip-files00065.tif'
96fe980aff65c73f71a56e41ce2c5744
0041e6bd587839b4237f6df2fe85028e8c492d87
'2011-06-30T18:44:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704568' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile726' 'sip-files00066.tif'
d0705e31aaf48071e3175429ae10fede
1e6b04666f0bdd6aa38cdd6619232b4d2f4e88e8
describe
virus check
'1704316' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile727' 'sip-files00067.tif'
3de2b2ffc69fa9fd304229461e87d06a
34f1929260aa8192ae670b7574b393320f71924d
describe
virus check
'1704868' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile728' 'sip-files00068.tif'
397f59d495e27feb7b9d5327fd4dab41
3ee8b25e667f57bea232473bd74fc6e6bdcecddf
describe
virus check
'1704520' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile729' 'sip-files00069.tif'
76d612933f05ada6d2f30022c456321d
25939b538c3223c31210edc73f1afabee858d6d1
describe
virus check
'144899' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile73' 'sip-files00079.jpg'
541ac30494fc1f22b9e70503b3e1c0fd
3552fb0db67ee9eed1934d5b611e7c65bea1792f
describe
virus check
'1704476' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile730' 'sip-files00070.tif'
6c70b81d31a58c925ac028b3e5879ca6
6d053454c242bb2d9673bb6a256166ead4704d37
describe
virus check
'1704536' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile731' 'sip-files00071.tif'
739e1955186b1b23a33f18cc83725ad4
ae0ab78817e74db5e32da94b1000519184d60e96
describe
virus check
'1705256' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile732' 'sip-files00072.tif'
5dba05327659e0c80b0d21831655357d
bcd6d3ee93dbedbd0630701d83289d878e9e2580
describe
virus check
'1700748' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile733' 'sip-files00073.tif'
d302a586d2b6789b8234e87402145e27
9687f9306b9871edf8c2c594239219b96db01846
describe
virus check
'1702312' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile734' 'sip-files00074.tif'
97eabb44e4deeb1e2424fcae47a608be
8395ae3922dcd9a33fa8a606ec007ab0ece8ed4d
describe
virus check
'1704324' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile735' 'sip-files00075.tif'
b5a3722c0f571e53436c389f392b5855
d18d084508f603e8392b7e0ee3e6c1a85d0c68cc
describe
virus check
'1704528' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile736' 'sip-files00076.tif'
3ee2b00a3effacdc7cc19bf13565ac66
8b481b6f4b69ab46fb6498e9598d8439668f8ca2
'2011-06-30T18:37:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704396' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile737' 'sip-files00077.tif'
e74643050ec73e9d7cba179a546b42ea
7a64bb185b1352be5dbe83108421f8e70d2856fc
'2011-06-30T18:31:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile738' 'sip-files00078.tif'
9e482047cd4f0eaf21614650f28256e7
421824a52c23001debf44bba9c183df8a9576801
describe
virus check
'1703988' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile739' 'sip-files00079.tif'
db3c4998c002350d0a869c42ffb318d9
faceb6a36880b0e4a9ce7dedd77bd9743db4de3c
describe
virus check
'148880' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile74' 'sip-files00080.jpg'
72704f582f01b3f36fa781b3f57b4114
adfd7e5904f2678fd11a0387ad053402eebc6689
describe
virus check
'1704524' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile740' 'sip-files00080.tif'
d977ef549a8af89a651a50dfaa97ef60
f006fb14715b964c4768dc666fde22aade08f010
'2011-06-30T18:46:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704340' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile741' 'sip-files00081.tif'
6717f0a9376541e94088ffa959319a75
97db584deccac838e0716da3c97ffd5346c4ca26
describe
virus check
'1704500' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile742' 'sip-files00082.tif'
d533d1c6a0a68a66443a6f841808dfbb
6c7266e13a8ba0dd61925756e9a5b22404ef6b25
describe
virus check
'1703816' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile743' 'sip-files00083.tif'
7b75d7d48cbce36aee00707d190a5c6a
2df1e3f8b0ba94c40101f6ab5e1e7a247933c985
'2011-06-30T18:42:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703568' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile744' 'sip-files00084.tif'
0e1bf6ea810dab9880acafccf1cab9d4
6ca451e67f56f5dc87b977c3bceccb03274df0ed
'2011-06-30T18:46:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703124' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile745' 'sip-files00085.tif'
a59d4d63285f29636e025067af2837d6
d715f8aa181fc07b9f0b50587e85526ada47d988
'2011-06-30T18:32:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704260' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile746' 'sip-files00086.tif'
ab30648a7c2b02e1a38847f4ab3741b0
8a42e65af3759028b35b0d7769c2d4f67bae2434
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile747' 'sip-files00087.tif'
f0f8984bb85b4e55ec578ab92e721b0b
6354374600e216e50a25a5143ce62ce69120ff18
'2011-06-30T18:48:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704604' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile748' 'sip-files00088.tif'
8b71bb6fe126482f28d51554ac1f9bbb
b74bde909a7d8b2a5ee59d3d21323137838c3eb1
describe
virus check
'1704308' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile749' 'sip-files00089.tif'
2bd8a11da3848db24a055e2cad8faf7a
5a1d3abc3e65499b03316194cc9c7b079e325f7a
describe
virus check
'151160' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile75' 'sip-files00081.jpg'
63c70cada3cb65d98ad34377aaf885a3
5b3edacc0ee37ddac12ad28be8fa5814593fc598
'2011-06-30T18:45:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704808' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile750' 'sip-files00090.tif'
f91742ebe839d8b74ecf6cda54f223a3
e6f2804eb123ae4954ad85679a822f9c080fe56a
'2011-06-30T18:33:24-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile751' 'sip-files00091.tif'
7b98dbadbef1b95d9296b4b7ec56ba29
36b2a74c4021019ecb624df9b49a88023f297d17
describe
virus check
'1704952' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile752' 'sip-files00092.tif'
dbadcfb4d118bfe6e0241cf14b0b9d2e
c500a1b2aa72bb0d96508e36af6ef1b0aca54512
'2011-06-30T18:37:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703164' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile753' 'sip-files00093.tif'
b82bac336c04f01701c694316395d462
8cd8442680c715390b47bdff967a5e76e51b660e
describe
virus check
'1703592' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile754' 'sip-files00094.tif'
6e3490657b9809a8d1e12d5e502484bf
d3ed1c66c098893f67cf2d0045cf362e7d97a60a
describe
virus check
'1704556' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile755' 'sip-files00095.tif'
89e26d7f86f501a47a72179d1bb18120
8bdfefa00b29908cdfa0ecee276586b7c614422e
describe
virus check
'1704972' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile756' 'sip-files00096.tif'
fef37e864f670a664042ca91a8ed2c0b
442c967c029f1e33019d917021376b09d1bb12d6
'2011-06-30T18:44:53-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704332' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile757' 'sip-files00097.tif'
de24c0acb2630f9b311711edd8e78b42
4352ff96351c0e6f8a57b417baad231e60712b3a
'2011-06-30T18:43:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704836' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile758' 'sip-files00098.tif'
2f4c68723659b125dd4debb9dbecf827
631ae196df0f8fc61d0f214724d3161bb895a08b
describe
virus check
'1704588' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile759' 'sip-files00099.tif'
6d1582e4a324d9b622c2f4b0cba10431
aa50cadcce42f328ed396f3980c4d17a2a7284f1
'2011-06-30T18:37:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'152805' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile76' 'sip-files00082.jpg'
c8116e7db2b1733b5f2ec81c8c7b8275
45cbd667550adaef1b07463b9fc5a400665bcb7e
'2011-06-30T18:32:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705196' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile760' 'sip-files00100.tif'
63c4f53ea3163b956701ab910db4f4a8
724a845ec69d1986f2b903e806a9b3a3137b6144
describe
virus check
'1704628' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile761' 'sip-files00101.tif'
65879cbcfbdfb843cc003a7ddf972261
4c71cced03b3f1ef48f7c74c1853b826314f9cd5
describe
virus check
'1705004' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile762' 'sip-files00102.tif'
a1f0214ca1222a9bdc1ae5f7995fa8b9
766bc881d5af26f6f2a122a5446c0e0c96f02d60
describe
virus check
'1703152' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile763' 'sip-files00103.tif'
2ecdca36ba199af291293ff627d1f88e
ec156bd70b174b988f3547bd885746b1ce8ea797
describe
virus check
'1705008' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile764' 'sip-files00104.tif'
3ce5f9948bc9e99036a90d1bf43e7df8
02587e2a15d62c4c3a9da943f8002df6f2633098
describe
virus check
'1704504' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile765' 'sip-files00105.tif'
f8adf25827d412ed1d84d0ba42d83ba3
174967123e5cae5a829e18ce657c0558a4b146be
describe
virus check
'1705048' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile766' 'sip-files00106.tif'
95d9ed72bbcc859820ed561619ea30c4
4f7b94d1f2bd65ca2dfc8350e75dc3277745aefe
describe
virus check
'1704464' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile767' 'sip-files00107.tif'
d0a268cd9d6ec95b78434cacdac1246c
1d98c9b845597d816b42a58825a8c165397a2fea
'2011-06-30T18:39:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705096' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile768' 'sip-files00108.tif'
4ad192947821cff0966888fa70723c18
fa92f840eb9e1095cb6c56cd4d4e3ddbab31c09c
'2011-06-30T18:36:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703252' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile769' 'sip-files00109.tif'
291c1309ff0b68334ec144a3b6951283
cf3227f46b221ebb18129bbf1fa4c51213b8462f
'2011-06-30T18:36:08-04:00'
describe
virus check
'131393' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile77' 'sip-files00083.jpg'
fcfd2f58bcd05db09a263a33851a8ae9
6c4b21ff313d195a0f085a274e88fca785397328
describe
virus check
'1704468' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile770' 'sip-files00110.tif'
fc260946640d761abc3f69642f03bb55
12d3fc101eac30db8c4cf81614e75c642fdfab88
'2011-06-30T18:35:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704364' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile771' 'sip-files00111.tif'
041d844885fff603fbb29312cf15466a
dc1685e0c460ad2635a82d03f1b88eab3dd2dfec
describe
virus check
'1704380' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile772' 'sip-files00112.tif'
9f28ec455a4034810485029b8c8660af
c59f4fd38bfa360bf3bc117e81f415f50f59639f
'2011-06-30T18:35:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile773' 'sip-files00113.tif'
a8628ae3f75bcd515a9a456e4ddfbb1d
797caab775e319a394b398272bfe656df53228be
describe
virus check
'1704584' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile774' 'sip-files00114.tif'
8d2b0671752179b156c720b07700c42f
a0f1190e8c6812fdcfa4bebd2291ef171835b50f
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile775' 'sip-files00115.tif'
ae56d115089b5aae848cdd603265bf71
01821e84bd57b402067ab17e643e22d96c8cabd6
'2011-06-30T18:38:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704656' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile776' 'sip-files00116.tif'
b06ec5e0a069d51e542b4057b2fa0458
2b15642202d0b07d02df98169eee217a210ce6b1
describe
virus check
'40516052' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile777' 'sip-files00117.tif'
013298f404af77e5541c6367c13e301a
c2b6e2d03ef8652b4520acec5ed06d486e841079
'2011-06-30T18:44:02-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:57-04:00'
virus check
'1703516' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile778' 'sip-files00119.tif'
35c903be32e2f7ce65141ca2dd58d03e
84b21a63b8927acbdaad599b71377caf60ca18ac
'2011-06-30T18:47:53-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704480' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile779' 'sip-files00120.tif'
2cfd357076828ffe1047ee25662f9e45
40f9131d2ea6c0ec8678122c8e48ad15f6702fdf
'2011-06-30T18:33:22-04:00'
describe
virus check
'129711' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile78' 'sip-files00084.jpg'
b75e66c45824db67c573ccbff0bb5061
0739d5edad20f64932a9d4a8455bb49672784c0a
describe
virus check
'1704564' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile780' 'sip-files00121.tif'
01f8f63adb5ee5d1c440fc8557b0aaa7
4e99e29839f5ead0c5b867487b8114d17bfa7708
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile781' 'sip-files00122.tif'
107eabbd2e0a65fb173cbe8dc897b823
8911f5b0cb9fee6e5bac5f2db010093f31e5955d
'2011-06-30T18:34:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile782' 'sip-files00123.tif'
436938defc3e900969c57e8c1f2f9a2d
81ab5ef7b278ecc206d135cf8ac9573181fc10a3
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile783' 'sip-files00124.tif'
dfcf2cc9551eb4a8ada97a68bcc2f5af
c1e74a48601d81fadfbafa19d12506f66ee0db39
describe
virus check
'1701312' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile784' 'sip-files00125.tif'
40ce74c9907baeeb588e6a120769523c
718a295926173836f639b526fae703428e9517ba
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile785' 'sip-files00126.tif'
033c8d52175001e0518775abaa034406
ef8cb3de751f279db5e23de76e1f5f1e63776068
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile786' 'sip-files00127.tif'
cf948abd4ab137bb5e02a9de797c1bb7
fc957132487bf106f3a45c32ff7f7fb8a9ea2266
'2011-06-30T18:31:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704632' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile787' 'sip-files00128.tif'
7087348c8bd42eca6cf416ea95238824
1569bea71d9f32b5ec39ef9a16bee48079252949
'2011-06-30T18:32:03-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:23-04:00'
virus check
'1704192' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile788' 'sip-files00129.tif'
b6b5ef36735e0588b40b72967da4142d
3c695fb8e214c1d41b01f58993a5c683e8e207d9
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile789' 'sip-files00130.tif'
a3774b3c3b2cdda89dc49bf7bb1501c2
c686abf4c0fca6b4f6b172a35bdcdafa6fa85857
describe
virus check
'124423' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile79' 'sip-files00085.jpg'
cec236c4892f46fb1bf16f37061636b2
75f95727391739741cc0eda3905adaa28495391d
describe
virus check
'1704280' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile790' 'sip-files00131.tif'
bff7f02091a1881f70d67be5d83857c7
b5fcb23ce56745b9ee80343c351793476afe8dfb
describe
virus check
'1704552' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile791' 'sip-files00132.tif'
6db8166469c41fc28c36f160c1b18201
affad66935eb878d510b63404c9d129d98ccc78d
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile792' 'sip-files00133.tif'
b49949a03babe0238dba686ee6bf190e
60350e698e98149ac9a6d3f7cd5f8563799e8695
describe
virus check
'1704716' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile793' 'sip-files00134.tif'
108d4048816f154e95773cd1ebed67b2
334558bb4069d14185b3b1778847ebb7bf687e53
describe
virus check
'1704548' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile794' 'sip-files00135.tif'
2b9b4038bd9cf4499f9b45f5af664d9a
9f8a515e689e7dafe65f567c74aea631a6de53c1
'2011-06-30T18:47:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile795' 'sip-files00136.tif'
f1df012dd33f75ff7ad0dd18d545422a
5516d771e5efa22ffc0317804b198aaaba797852
describe
virus check
'1704444' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile796' 'sip-files00137.tif'
ac470166d6ca4e27e375468892a600f5
855acd29c85c611a7c2415b8f5c76b6fd74718d8
'2011-06-30T18:47:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704484' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile797' 'sip-files00138.tif'
a674e8eda7ef11153dff9e19e2beff37
04e3108512d5527f6283baddc91008a938327c81
'2011-06-30T18:32:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile798' 'sip-files00139.tif'
b677adc3e8aecd74bf1603d5a3ba7899
45b9100fc359e74d48215fde520b56cc7b5e9247
describe
virus check
'1703280' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile799' 'sip-files00140.tif'
73096c2ebecb82bd95a711fb74fc6c05
7f1ef37c30153edca1a53753bfd2a3ddb3735056
'2011-06-30T18:48:09-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile8' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
141621537f07167a7e016c564b5fe417
42d2a3bf919ddd7f4f94354abf2406128078389e
describe
virus check
'142740' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile80' 'sip-files00086.jpg'
dd759a9bd3829d51793d5d243b626aa2
482a8f5f951d69d0a167a3b8b9e3c3758a58caef
describe
virus check
'1704416' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile800' 'sip-files00141.tif'
752ad2d9f3bf3e16471e93b8074cfdce
fe1b65b95a32b7dcdb12c7c98c1706a636d5f856
describe
virus check
'1704608' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile801' 'sip-files00142.tif'
0deda0caf3e4e84b932597e4ffcbd918
2e3427738390de46a1e2a37b969674acdfdf613d
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile802' 'sip-files00143.tif'
d1613aea1750908919712f48b43e2163
42b35f9e95f5722d507c6dc268fc3fc809ef87c4
'2011-06-30T18:35:59-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704804' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile803' 'sip-files00144.tif'
660c516a65d94e6ce46d96d65c658e93
616f3c955f57a4e8dcdbd23ea76be930a82f0a4c
describe
virus check
'1703956' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile804' 'sip-files00145.tif'
3a41a746428853b40f3a01fdc151023a
0f15d0e68905faeea96474261c65bbb464c5730a
'2011-06-30T18:38:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703072' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile805' 'sip-files00146.tif'
f2a5573c4bab7233640ba237ba9cac16
587639a4494c9434a0fb1d837453403d021de07c
'2011-06-30T18:52:48-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:43-04:00'
virus check
'1704048' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile806' 'sip-files00147.tif'
443333765e528a0aa50240ba7f74148a
ee352b4cac99edfae3880d0af4839720f5008486
'2011-06-30T18:48:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703304' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile807' 'sip-files00148.tif'
acdb84be390ad8c19785a3ccc09d69d8
83ef6681f403cc7d9db1f5624e0a1ecb26a5eec9
'2011-06-30T18:46:02-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703396' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile808' 'sip-files00149.tif'
a4b9434f34b7cb08f045e807ec189fae
c0c0fd5fbf4bb288fb26f04932a4fb2f4ea39924
'2011-06-30T18:31:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704220' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile809' 'sip-files00150.tif'
ec66bc7bd874feb6c055f8cbd1c140a8
403e7d6c35810817397c7f241bf502a92d3f2a9c
'2011-06-30T18:39:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'146740' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile81' 'sip-files00087.jpg'
a9635cbfba4633ada789d243208f087c
aa766f9218d82fb8a5bbdcb3c70bc45cb7cefa35
describe
virus check
'1704160' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile810' 'sip-files00151.tif'
f70827622a8d1c39a56744d28a222396
cbc862b6e8fcbe0f0cb0fe9c67dc6305ed9c9a19
'2011-06-30T18:36:19-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704460' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile811' 'sip-files00152.tif'
30cf36dda646b0e3cfd8c7dd4058ce6f
c74d4398100eb5c1e7b917a497a55e2604a38382
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile812' 'sip-files00153.tif'
6854d3448a9a136149a910f04b336cb1
de5bfdf86c7ec021f12df33ead001d9540782ace
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile813' 'sip-files00154.tif'
7567dec8dce41985657b95d4f3381abc
c5f96b634d6e06461fadc39fe0c9129f9b6a49a4
describe
virus check
'40517012' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile814' 'sip-files00155.tif'
e42d0500cf75e91c7f9274b52edb249b
58675aec8705c069fdc6ea8857ec9221b47ce3b3
'2011-06-30T18:38:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:48-04:00'
virus check
'1704096' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile815' 'sip-files00157.tif'
cc888aca178e0f7c850d88f019684102
6a1716d51f74ab03de58347334d1cf1e96d5d798
'2011-06-30T18:41:59-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:26:00-04:00'
virus check
'1704872' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile816' 'sip-files00158.tif'
9d5084ffc64eb487dc8fa81f57f31def
99a592a3b366cbf2e4d5d74ae7b90297d6461391
describe
virus check
'1703100' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile817' 'sip-files00159.tif'
90fd13bfbb33539b75cbebc413023700
641c344e51e08e2b4d8c6cab60fa82f0d47c9f43
'2011-06-30T18:49:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704680' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile818' 'sip-files00160.tif'
b69436ac1c76664f54ca772f6322ef35
a294c1c8398494df57a2d718dff36e5480c32070
'2011-06-30T18:51:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704288' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile819' 'sip-files00161.tif'
01cad003cb28d7903201bed6d582aacc
989fdbacaaf313bdfb57f3fbbe888f4a40eaa150
'2011-06-30T18:47:39-04:00'
describe
virus check
'152546' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile82' 'sip-files00088.jpg'
65018e612329ca28a6513392b0c5433c
49e7d0da566d747985fa0969f782579c87bdd1b9
describe
virus check
'1703416' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile820' 'sip-files00162.tif'
f765820f888d955090d09e7e376b9cdb
b5bd89ec7a88e2db45c931e967ccdf1059ab6c31
describe
virus check
'1703980' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile821' 'sip-files00163.tif'
3e3c4148c0d6408153ca2cf9611401a6
2e4c4dba5d496eee1dabbd7e54d8a65c6a70cf78
'2011-06-30T18:48:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704988' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile822' 'sip-files00164.tif'
f33aa40f397285a596aefaa9d17df56a
077734abb24ecf7510eab4e00fd3a1c3ad8b4e41
'2011-06-30T18:42:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704264' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile823' 'sip-files00165.tif'
65e0d84232c13a02df821a1da0674af9
ef22e5c2c679b4f1d979e2442b1863af870ea3bb
'2011-06-30T18:47:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704876' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile824' 'sip-files00166.tif'
a6dd0601481e6b89c460f5a0c60da20f
8d104e2394ed3b423c8003a9b9a64b17f6107baa
describe
virus check
'40517696' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile825' 'sip-files00167.tif'
4830ea3358bd6a294ea7cb1f7758b724
a330ce87fcff94bd1a3bfa4f5b640fba35464ab8
describe
virus check
'1704084' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile826' 'sip-files00169.tif'
5052ef05174ff9488d9cbf0b176e2174
ef9586ccac2778a25c7f7851136765211f937afe
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile827' 'sip-files00170.tif'
d72178d60f60af251dd543213124fb63
e19d3bbd7dfa2b1f9b5932fbc42679db5b1cf21a
'2011-06-30T18:36:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704440' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile828' 'sip-files00171.tif'
573b690e9232de7d1a0c4261980067a8
c96c196453dee87905eccd9016fff3801fa5453d
'2011-06-30T18:51:06-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704780' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile829' 'sip-files00172.tif'
5af14747b99667e0e99567252f114429
3adf90288e074360b6dde47000e13ffeb55630e2
describe
virus check
'145174' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile83' 'sip-files00089.jpg'
375009f823b50034ffecbacf34f1188b
1d7042b0a8eb96fda19a555e383b4bbd487137ff
describe
virus check
'1703508' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile830' 'sip-files00173.tif'
009d3057ab48256a5fa3170f6fc59d8c
72a69cf45eb09da2c317921669bd5ec4c9d01197
describe
virus check
'1705012' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile831' 'sip-files00174.tif'
d800f605b4a60edaa83c619dba1b5df5
3d76f52a8d97c7343d23aff0bd4348c7095c099a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile832' 'sip-files00175.tif'
16629c698b45a8756b9979fd137ca2d9
6d60971fd514cf14ed9d33feeb68e85d3d990f33
'2011-06-30T18:44:20-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704980' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile833' 'sip-files00176.tif'
07c387e5c08a42ee3e33bbcc6b97a39f
1ae14ad3bb26d0ab32c3b28bb44bfc6e1cc7b9e9
'2011-06-30T18:39:47-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile834' 'sip-files00177.tif'
9dd0138151d7355daf07e737beac29fc
0afde77b3a8f9046e4cb99aec73f72691c5ed627
describe
virus check
'1705188' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile835' 'sip-files00178.tif'
6d35e2f1edfb3b8778c81ad887f26e24
f762898d0f40a7d0ad32d4420388ae6bfe175f7d
'2011-06-30T18:48:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'40516208' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile836' 'sip-files00179.tif'
7f53a949031f53ee0c0098072f19aef6
e4f7cd87a8e74fa0f0be4fd256682cb161a99f7f
'2011-06-30T18:51:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile837' 'sip-files00181.tif'
7f3a3859d939e633c6e4801e6575ecaf
cd01a51d2067efb84e3186d56480a59067d8bdc2
describe
virus check
'1701780' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile838' 'sip-files00182.tif'
c92a25a1c529ce3c953a060097c74222
9585014422b1c47e69f7acadda8d8d1e7d242a8f
'2011-06-30T18:48:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1700948' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile839' 'sip-files00183.tif'
cf3a6baeaa07ddecddc7f9bafca3659f
00fcaa74a42090c5fdcfab72b58dd55f374ea678
'2011-06-30T18:39:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'156063' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile84' 'sip-files00090.jpg'
471073e5a963a049f35f25dc560d1f37
b3d512eabda4b9ae8aeb2c53614a0c15878322be
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile840' 'sip-files00184.tif'
0b87a8a9c2e61738873af13b6fc5275d
e6107be0da4827d48e24c3eac91ba10217c24fba
'2011-06-30T18:43:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile841' 'sip-files00185.tif'
83768dc8801231d10005d95e1371b659
3326c82a0d9d9ce1478ad2fb41522182d02d0205
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile842' 'sip-files00186.tif'
f656a4a4fdec47233761aeae2a014c5b
85e160f97e15bcdcca9949e6727d97786a343a08
describe
virus check
'1704076' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile843' 'sip-files00187.tif'
8a6720254904f81aa1a0f97bebf44381
81282e19f0fb0ed4628029d2ef1cfd8e5e6e42a8
'2011-06-30T18:48:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile844' 'sip-files00188.tif'
62d68c9a34e75e204f5b5f7d0a062da0
91c00c3c6fb3d2b916d564629577f000eff51666
describe
virus check
'1702548' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile845' 'sip-files00189.tif'
dd1ac4b6c38fab3c02c17f8639fd2f97
3cf90144696650a4be6ef5b9595ded68ba9dfe19
describe
virus check
'1703744' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile846' 'sip-files00190.tif'
d1504fb6a9b4cdfd059b4b7e635c423a
f09422dd25b43c75fc9949ad15b158caed42aff1
describe
virus check
'1703668' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile847' 'sip-files00191.tif'
3e3e1df5e7e3b9014ebd74adb41c9e0c
62c11f77716a4e855633b71d79f0d3fe2e21663e
'2011-06-30T18:52:50-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:30:44-04:00'
virus check
'1704676' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile848' 'sip-files00192.tif'
4e1cbae1bed7ffde4cd6f9ecbc8399ce
6ab3658b566b87cc654931a26e46f9824e001b27
describe
virus check
'1704004' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile849' 'sip-files00193.tif'
7c373cc923e0a8a8cebba3983fb6078e
c4b4d71ccf0a12c635b87b70dcb6646ef997dd9d
describe
virus check
'145414' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile85' 'sip-files00091.jpg'
0b209e01383782909e371b7bf9e5efc3
950fbe65d27ed2df96e3f6c5cba517089e608c39
describe
virus check
'1704072' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile850' 'sip-files00194.tif'
0cb8c8f2bb2d0d6f0bd347b9b8ac90d7
66c562204f0d3bb223519d0eae3c2e9ab4cfa98f
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile851' 'sip-files00195.tif'
227db1007844b662222dcb1d4a42dc37
2e4f15a8927f6ea7e9a0f00005eb9bf4e6bc0d64
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile852' 'sip-files00196.tif'
cf8a0660eaebcbd368b38c51c76ac21d
dac57ade43f7191f13dee9da1aa71b9c6e1dcbe0
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile853' 'sip-files00197.tif'
2f2450cf2befcc376288d313b98cbe41
f6b8dff3f72b3cb77d4e75da19290b932c8919c8
describe
virus check
'1703836' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile854' 'sip-files00198.tif'
df8e13ce7154e8ccab31db9c361ce877
18a65995da69794be6c08f56d2bfbedade906a1a
'2011-06-30T18:36:03-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704512' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile855' 'sip-files00199.tif'
c43ebfa999a825d77acc63827b062377
43dce5d0beda574a6899d279b04936ed3b0e88c6
'2011-06-30T18:35:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704908' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile856' 'sip-files00200.tif'
8958e5b91ef6dab67da0a58ff7658b89
cd223b57d6f0b32438e2bc453d01d4fe4fa6d1c6
'2011-06-30T18:43:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704360' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile857' 'sip-files00201.tif'
2e10d432cefccb022af10323bd0b0021
9cfdbcb20026c614d73ac890aca465f11413f558
describe
virus check
'1704888' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile858' 'sip-files00202.tif'
0384e8bd4f3d9b870e9ecff1e1681178
4adaf2347118d728ca915a0b8059c4a3ed5c76cb
'2011-06-30T18:48:21-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile859' 'sip-files00203.tif'
4fd0aa692cc4151edd6800b67f195433
04de29acdd1dd985a016f03ce49cc2624169619f
describe
virus check
'154347' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile86' 'sip-files00092.jpg'
2444887b665ac30fb041cd7636b05e33
c4b40b45f83d112e41d9bb5784c2302458ce9b9a
describe
virus check
'1705404' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile860' 'sip-files00204.tif'
11a4c8ce560ca635fc9fe4b9689cd327
4361b1555c7cbc0fa02e19a8f8664e6b5110cc78
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile861' 'sip-files00205.tif'
64ad1cb9e3606931e84bc97c41ffa94a
cb0aedc06df9d842e36dc0276138c2f9b8bd0c94
describe
virus check
'1705056' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile862' 'sip-files00206.tif'
fa1d1d0420150754e162c0d4163ffd8a
35ef89efe5cc07f6d4091dcf7a952410151d1293
describe
virus check
'1703096' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile863' 'sip-files00207.tif'
587c677ed00f81b27a748ee2c5a31d8c
800e4ba613489915071ca381238827c4be5f1d9d
describe
virus check
'1705432' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile864' 'sip-files00208.tif'
de90afd7ea119927f39e68fede5efccb
ea76cd3094d8e2d5df95e3bc536d3344d65c4eec
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile865' 'sip-files00209.tif'
5f71149a8c3c5e73bb354e589e27cf4c
63a37494f30468d871133f3e4ae85147d915814c
'2011-06-30T18:49:44-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705352' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile866' 'sip-files00210.tif'
5313f1948e258809e7d332f50377a532
7044316c91924da3cae20c9761614ea21c3ce002
describe
virus check
'1704272' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile867' 'sip-files00211.tif'
654f06b5538feead339f674a06ba54c7
057b12f5f408381c9bab21b39268d97e354eb2fa
'2011-06-30T18:41:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704792' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile868' 'sip-files00212.tif'
18ea283724f9588a7eeb1dcc7ac26f2c
faecfb1dab068aec2abcbc8b472819b4fabda627
'2011-06-30T18:52:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704304' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile869' 'sip-files00213.tif'
a40a053493a8fba483fafec6cbeb83c4
c71cc24df0dbe4f2e4f6a466e8ef8b897d9d79b2
'2011-06-30T18:32:15-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:28-04:00'
virus check
'128667' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile87' 'sip-files00093.jpg'
6c76f2abb975a04303c07f3f9fc43772
45b15a9961fb8bd36168d5a69606befc69e8015a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile870' 'sip-files00214.tif'
9784246375c93d2e7406abd3772b47f2
9b506a269ca4617a38c315320f83096db7505155
'2011-06-30T18:39:34-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703920' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile871' 'sip-files00215.tif'
750ebcafb56585e75d13d90a52965077
d45634473843424bcc629a1d449f17c038e81e51
describe
virus check
'1704856' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile872' 'sip-files00216.tif'
79d2501a51a20e2d8c857fe732384dad
3dbdc29bfcf0579ef65a8c1de625ace05f0514fb
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile873' 'sip-files00217.tif'
49675a9581a46884b124042ca35f0fc6
fd294a45f71bf3370f8a203b3eebd4b5d99e54d8
describe
virus check
'1704352' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile874' 'sip-files00218.tif'
1e6a018af1f211c35c791ccfc63eeff9
df027f230abc93560c98a77385755951612a8bad
describe
virus check
'1703212' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile875' 'sip-files00219.tif'
4ffcf6bdc3bcb37fe62a51a05e55ab50
867b2ce347594f5190a562da897fd8f7eea2574d
'2011-06-30T18:43:17-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705000' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile876' 'sip-files00220.tif'
9690ea1d3d67132e9140e9c1fab4391a
937935574400afc4b8cf978eb38210e09c4a0dde
'2011-06-30T18:38:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704432' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile877' 'sip-files00221.tif'
d340bd835dc3e2fb3189c3819c06401c
4ac0fe9dc9ebf69bd6742ffe0369df60892918a5
describe
virus check
'1705716' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile878' 'sip-files00222.tif'
16aaa20793af4e645fbfa417df286ddd
a5f6a5985a1823ab11a79e95a3f103d04b86d8b3
'2011-06-30T18:38:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704424' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile879' 'sip-files00223.tif'
b7effc558e571f1982ba4044b92af194
efb563f6a1d51c2fdf5a479d4b712abd1bbc719c
describe
virus check
'137612' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile88' 'sip-files00094.jpg'
c29f25dc22e7b9dac741a1f8d8a0bc0b
7a0ea7802e56e9b6f69e6e73cfe19c6de27764a2
'2011-06-30T18:31:41-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1702776' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile880' 'sip-files00224.tif'
47f572f7587ae4247d0b91bca26f26d6
410179d7642151edc23cba02be209cdf58979b77
describe
virus check
'1704376' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile881' 'sip-files00225.tif'
f1178aaa9e987ef57c5f158d7fe75743
91fe5740c9418a3ec2856d3939bc1f627d3d69b5
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile882' 'sip-files00226.tif'
fadf62fc812bf281ebcbc38e6c78ad05
96b1e928c6845e1cb0e00c5f38594c2c707e0483
describe
virus check
'1704488' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile883' 'sip-files00227.tif'
23fb3728bbcbde9a49272ea85e745e00
cbecac82f8adccb3fed2cd826f3e2be7d6a8b511
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile884' 'sip-files00228.tif'
4501cbbfea369c9071973036b6d97d68
c0924a9d27e99d02fc382d90a4cbf590636a2725
describe
virus check
'1703268' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile885' 'sip-files00229.tif'
570ffbcd70e57fe9e23ba56178914962
ae18f169a39f093448743059b608c871ba6f14f1
'2011-06-30T18:32:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705128' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile886' 'sip-files00230.tif'
47394a26438e85ec7465f93fca157077
e2f40c836b343aa4a899c88b37bcfefba67c76fe
describe
'2011-06-30T18:28:48-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile887' 'sip-files00231.tif'
aeaa7af9ebc36ca85c9d74132ee3182e
8ee103ea8681ede729e97f43690436293dc49481
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile888' 'sip-files00232.tif'
0383338b78a28c6b82c7cb7554fd8360
06fee975849687f4022b40a017b560aaf48de086
'2011-06-30T18:36:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile889' 'sip-files00233.tif'
90e09a37322bb10b4e619f2796f2b211
f36e1fa070a243dbf2c9c02866931a4c9fc2bd78
describe
virus check
'150518' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile89' 'sip-files00095.jpg'
a03db2ac35b380991f0707bd8851ee61
c5e20030192563ef9f82ad41f92e3fb42fcdbd2a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile890' 'sip-files00234.tif'
133f55a54db27635a7dfd73358b716eb
6fe053b03e5990fbd7025cb3e59042ec50f9c3c1
describe
virus check
'1704232' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile891' 'sip-files00235.tif'
73168f999ec673e02d5cde7ab949ad7c
dfc470e7f3097592315e37e3bf6ddaf6d0fa077c
describe
virus check
'1705252' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile892' 'sip-files00236.tif'
1dd30401cf75d3050b7bbefc238b0634
f9740c90bb1bfcea516d4b43395e4ccc2adfc7a2
describe
virus check
'1704412' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile893' 'sip-files00237.tif'
d8cf9c1db94b8c030bbe5d359e63aa09
1fb7086411d28b82b6b3e7227ff8e9010dab9e5b
describe
virus check
'1705396' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile894' 'sip-files00238.tif'
80b5662c1f80a9cc99b2fda232dfe70a
c070a895ac79310bb6ec568aa0485a2fbc33599b
'2011-06-30T18:39:00-04:00'
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:49-04:00'
virus check
'1704156' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile895' 'sip-files00239.tif'
b25ccce4019b0b93fb8f68a184370a43
3ce6dfa5be8e9859036b921c76f3b09a3a4422df
describe
virus check
'1705600' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile896' 'sip-files00240.tif'
41dd5ce0418a80a4e0a28300d581e692
fcb157b43f6512cc598ee03a3cad477d8f03d058
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile897' 'sip-files00241.tif'
b964204a92823dbfe80ba304958ddaac
b35ccf834dda8c7e54221e86906c5f14a59bd315
describe
virus check
'1705940' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile898' 'sip-files00242.tif'
cbcfcee211657415ae00fe1bf7538c80
c01d11b4992e5ca212a5784a4cfff4c9cbe808fa
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile899' 'sip-files00243.tif'
7c4fb810d739ab3ebb01d1edc909144b
1b1fd5914ce57844f5c534f9c30f8d3488451869
'2011-06-30T18:41:45-04:00'
describe
virus check
'98792' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile9' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
cb692afa7bb4076de38727f357b04678
143e26eab39c10f5113f2ba5b4b9b32938a20d51
describe
'2011-06-30T18:27:08-04:00'
virus check
'157157' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile90' 'sip-files00096.jpg'
0310881933cce0db32f889226140ad47
43742d90abd8f0c0639d16812b4f7ed920908e08
describe
virus check
'1705712' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile900' 'sip-files00244.tif'
706466b72ef40f8afc15055610928d0c
6c47e4cbb17241433324c8faf2bc95f837fac24b
'2011-06-30T18:36:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile901' 'sip-files00245.tif'
bddeaba999421cd1e56e90b63d05efd6
9d7453a7d3a1b6cf1c1121bbdec2d26875668ada
describe
virus check
'1705176' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile902' 'sip-files00246.tif'
273e59e788b87f45388b1b34bdbf5440
0a0f8d2f72ff722a061000431076ee4c6f3a5c30
describe
virus check
'1704128' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile903' 'sip-files00247.tif'
fbe2a59520403ef8e4b83ecf8c164ba0
4b9931b6b8085bf329d91240839026280ad49e4c
'2011-06-30T18:51:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705400' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile904' 'sip-files00248.tif'
ed35194c75286c01a674fa014b65c1bc
96dd39d98bb9fd367856af9e6d90931604035044
describe
virus check
'1704016' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile905' 'sip-files00249.tif'
866fde5633ca61beda1358773eaa922a
52e5bc6391147aed39073ca0c2f83f6b8741308b
describe
virus check
'1704928' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile906' 'sip-files00250.tif'
69d5bb9452c64b478d4f75ed5448a6db
f959d002bdee30bbce5ed7f77fe07c59fb3f3108
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile907' 'sip-files00251.tif'
bc67e4c26cf5c0c4c877e3f943071005
d95eb9740cd534d6b4989c4e5aac81050aa21a8d
describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:04-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile908' 'sip-files00252.tif'
0b5f744520d4f0e0105ddd9400e74e5c
500a2a446249e58cc9ae004c019d73cf63764396
'2011-06-30T18:39:01-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704292' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile909' 'sip-files00253.tif'
cf0e688373ecc0556b7d9be25b46f303
264845b454caa67d800f38f04e50c59f18f2178d
'2011-06-30T18:42:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
'148644' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile91' 'sip-files00097.jpg'
fd2739f3760ac16ec5154bf376734dd5
7f097c6fa5251c30e68722cd8b9d613579d67fcf
describe
virus check
'1704024' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile910' 'sip-files00254.tif'
626169bac0a3feda8518a269a60eff6a
3bb94d868cc1f6cdec96a4f124b88292fcfae486
'2011-06-30T18:42:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704544' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile911' 'sip-files00255.tif'
ec4dd996c69acc25b00f8111400df59e
eb96d4be0d4b326527e67cfeeedcf5f3a81f4b32
describe
virus check
'1705536' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile912' 'sip-files00256.tif'
a98a18b66fb96a8c95a857eb12d7284f
bd135c055e7c0c87cee3164731d6af2a99d0d6bb
'2011-06-30T18:32:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704168' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile913' 'sip-files00257.tif'
b4217f6a0f4665235abc1bad2d1643a2
fad637b0a4004f79549b2e06e55984bfa9d989fc
'2011-06-30T18:40:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705420' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile914' 'sip-files00258.tif'
9d4846e3c506d69499dbda2417022f92
f72c6acfe09042effcae6897606c77cada569cb2
'2011-06-30T18:34:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile915' 'sip-files00259.tif'
b5a5c53feb93300592eaa95f28aaef69
0e7359bd3b085e5c9eaff278f6cde3ac02a69f70
'2011-06-30T18:51:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705232' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile916' 'sip-files00260.tif'
dba5ca7374d7a052bb9fa546ed7f336a
b9830b7d27606e6442ce9f85caaf1e296460e08c
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile917' 'sip-files00261.tif'
b499221ad06255fbb8689b707c612730
a37fea53f9b603defefa68e44dc29ec6a5941c88
describe
'2011-06-30T18:22:58-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile918' 'sip-files00262.tif'
20d523e84acd7a21227307a090764282
965445a955c4e3dc08d4bf048d5f9b3acc691a5a
describe
virus check
'1703320' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile919' 'sip-files00263.tif'
055fb96a8a63b548e459063dfc3d0717
52803d357aba3f0ffde448d038554970de0efa60
describe
virus check
'153721' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile92' 'sip-files00098.jpg'
762099c77a6677ebd834e285820d36e6
64967cbc2aa01068aa4f30469253605018ddea28
describe
virus check
'1705848' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile920' 'sip-files00264.tif'
b689942f49662a09c51813924f1f992d
f403e417207997dab41c92a2c61619342a83a0d2
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile921' 'sip-files00265.tif'
e7a1db843e576f5116d8782b2fcd0890
d4c2fa785e690daee22e00b5d7b837a1cee388a5
describe
virus check
'1703932' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile922' 'sip-files00266.tif'
a32b84f73330d02d10ca38c5659a90de
6f96ed2a4167528ab802daa32556d0fc45a43181
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile923' 'sip-files00267.tif'
78ed9edb5df182cf555679d3fc94e2d7
9a1c971a4eb2b89151dd4b4ee34df5b303776d4a
'2011-06-30T18:39:40-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705408' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile924' 'sip-files00268.tif'
98f7827e16288576f5da2c492f0b5062
b9c2fbd8451ca54e9f31be9f2383d882b10ed17c
describe
virus check
'1702304' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile925' 'sip-files00269.tif'
cc8423811d8ca3617338f1b4d3e57c17
a1dc6b6ae110aa5662a1dd8fdb720c70977bd576
describe
virus check
'1705288' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile926' 'sip-files00270.tif'
900f01b8cb23cac25a0bf2f255de898c
1ff4cb29baa6e0df1ea402a5c74fb488f1e2ba52
'2011-06-30T18:47:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile927' 'sip-files00271.tif'
0c1b58e45ce03c4b0daa3fac0f0d38ea
4314d35c1d83f517c6bfba66b1daefd19f52abe3
'2011-06-30T18:41:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile928' 'sip-files00272.tif'
788fcb77521ae65b07926e6720316848
ec663b9e2e428b428ba949d0bf04d38e68324c94
describe
virus check
'1704392' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile929' 'sip-files00273.tif'
2fde12fb632bc2c18928f8e0a416069a
3fba28758937fcafb07a8d1174ae416d41842913
describe
virus check
'145163' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile93' 'sip-files00099.jpg'
b8a9621e853b93d6bb189bf71e137739
45617d39e3565311b62a0320871f45af5b870100
describe
virus check
'1703804' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile930' 'sip-files00274.tif'
9b5f507d8c73e7fdf871d261723c9fe7
ca85654c2a86d922e66995d5bb0e54db555c3c0f
'2011-06-30T18:43:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703876' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile931' 'sip-files00275.tif'
0daf4cacb13a5889bfa583ac9e1cfecd
90b1a4e4be2dbd726d236dcf79dc9f5290867ed8
'2011-06-30T18:49:08-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705636' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile932' 'sip-files00276.tif'
5f12d3ec9f9e34952ba57190ea7af29d
953e1d69ee06001a4456ff6a411ff0825e9f93ea
'2011-06-30T18:34:05-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile933' 'sip-files00277.tif'
747784dd62452952d573e3a060bec600
9f357a23e0d90bd185625d4fd8ed00276645945d
describe
virus check
'1705812' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile934' 'sip-files00278.tif'
fe2c36231aae8d08d370cee58ce9be4f
b2c9c219f7cf0b583b2a868d5414810334d0dd45
describe
virus check
'1702428' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile935' 'sip-files00279.tif'
75a73dacd9048af2a87be6550184cff6
985d400af4df2bd4b1a88f33e7166c42062b9721
describe
virus check
'1705824' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile936' 'sip-files00280.tif'
4f710481b91f9ce56729433dcd7e471a
4c489728f4731c7dbd2fbbbf09b221d555355aa3
'2011-06-30T18:36:54-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile937' 'sip-files00281.tif'
8f61c12402c136f0434e0f6e255a8e99
537276c4a81f7c2e3f3d4beb27f1bca84a57277b
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile938' 'sip-files00282.tif'
6197899bdb7387e154dda4e3efba5c25
46d5f7c1c4d31d35ffb25a83155bcb2631928db7
'2011-06-30T18:50:23-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1703856' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile939' 'sip-files00283.tif'
dd31bda2328503cafb28d71d6f5f791d
18ef22dad4338a1f65baa899b3a4a705c87c8234
describe
virus check
'162594' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile94' 'sip-files00100.jpg'
eaf99504a241d9a36621caa4be0cb84b
aaec1a6296f113351ac6b28398d6298202716d85
describe
virus check
'1705144' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile940' 'sip-files00284.tif'
52d23f22111503b87994c8eaadf1b8c5
00dd919e2b15faf5040f8972d434eb81b0aeacb6
describe
virus check
'1702500' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile941' 'sip-files00285.tif'
faa2c95d572d06a1f7726575c8f34aac
d1e2c4144adc7aa1e6071a0184609561948decdd
describe
virus check
'1705684' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile942' 'sip-files00286.tif'
6e8afd0fcc268b9d8068ba102f5e762e
18f9b460675ec5810bda6fce44534cd91d788110
describe
virus check
'1704252' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile943' 'sip-files00287.tif'
cd0747e0c466a63ce53de1d0dd5a4c42
b8bffd38cdca741a5296152037d61bf44fa76cd5
describe
virus check
'1705872' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile944' 'sip-files00288.tif'
34851da53513ce4b0863e0d235175386
2686405ffe649758f66944ca86ab09218f33f367
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile945' 'sip-files00289.tif'
d3772a7c3bb3f102735ae080e12111a4
4ed0e976d631ce315e6f1fc6cd6d0fc6b4479ed9
'2011-06-30T18:41:14-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705720' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile946' 'sip-files00290.tif'
5363eae5c8fdfe599ccef69aec663f4c
c6a58e78b97b0a507548b2b304ccc865942bb1b8
describe
virus check
'1704132' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile947' 'sip-files00291.tif'
c7268051d744b478b87e169831ec74c4
ee676fc666bffd7119b0c2c102b2f7eb8254e2ce
'2011-06-30T18:32:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1705936' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile948' 'sip-files00292.tif'
d016c136dc453eea75970eeaf64203c3
fa1c3e1c90b78517f521ac5de527dae94d845656
'2011-06-30T18:39:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704196' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile949' 'sip-files00293.tif'
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'2011-06-30T18:46:15-04:00'
describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:38:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile951' 'sip-files00295.tif'
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile953' 'sip-files00297.tif'
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describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile954' 'sip-files00298.tif'
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'2011-06-30T18:44:13-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile955' 'sip-files00299.tif'
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describe
virus check
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describe
'2011-06-30T18:24:45-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile957' 'sip-files00301.tif'
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describe
virus check
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9c2756e038331a551e0214dc3d5de8de
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'2011-06-30T18:44:28-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile959' 'sip-files00303.tif'
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'2011-06-30T18:38:27-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile960' 'sip-files00304.tif'
cc07daa8c53e99dee54941136bdb11bb
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'2011-06-30T18:35:25-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile961' 'sip-files00305.tif'
a118d6de60ef117078695a32214a6eb2
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'2011-06-30T18:47:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile964' 'sip-files00308.tif'
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:52:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:48:42-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile967' 'sip-files00311.tif'
a2386449b484009dba67b9f2a4879399
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:44:06-04:00'
describe
virus check
'1704612' 'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile969' 'sip-files00313.tif'
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile973' 'sip-files00317.tif'
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'2011-06-30T18:33:43-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile975' 'sip-files00319.tif'
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:46:36-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaEXEK1I3M5_9B9AVKfile978' 'sip-files00322.tif'
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:52:52-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:38:57-04:00'
describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:34:26-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:52:08-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:40:11-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:35:48-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:49:00-04:00'
describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:52:49-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:34:07-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:52:18-04:00'
describe
virus check
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describe
virus check
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'2011-06-30T18:51:53-04:00'
describe
virus check




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seera tT varied examples which the following nar-
Rea Reel ratives of the victories of Early Genius ex-
as S hibit, afford evidence no less of the still
— higher worth of moral excellence and the
power of that divine teaching which the gospel alone
affords. Without its sanctifying influence, even the
genius of Chatterton and the gentle and lovable char-
acter of Shelley prove all in vain as means for attaining
the lofty station which their great gifts seemed to promise
in their dawn; while in Milton and Newton we behold
the sublimest intellects that ever elevated man above
his species bowing down with reverent humility before
the far nobler truths which the Word of God reveals.

As records of genius thus dignified by Christianity,
and accomplishing success only by exertions adequate
to the worth of their high aim, the following biographi-
cal sketches are offered to the reader. In the noble
lives which they chronicle, he will find a stimulus to
honourable exertion; while they prove how arduous
have been the struggles by which even the most gifted
have attained to imperishable honours and noble re-
wards.




CONTENTS.



Genius and the Matural Sciences,

I. ROGER BACON, os ee we i ee 9
TI. ASTROLOGY, ee oe oe ee ee 18
Kil. GALILEO, oe - ee a .. 23
iV. THE INQUISITION, .. e. o. oe 6 33
V. NEWTON, - .. oe . ee 42
VI. THE SYSTEM OF THE UNIVERSE, oe ar ee 50

Genius and the Hine Arts.

I, GIOVANNI CIMABUE, oe a es oe 62
II. GIOTTO, .. ae we ee ve - 72
III. SYMBOLISM, a es os oe os 82
XV. THE WORKS OF GIOTTO, ve oe oe we 91
V. TIE FRIENDS OF GIOTTO, .. ee oe os 97
VI. THE DUOMO OF FLORENCE, .. oe ee . 105
VII. MICHAEL ANGELO, oe es es »» Lil
VIII. POPE JULIUS IL, .. ee ce, oe -- 126
IX. THE LAST JUDGMENT, oe oe e. .. 1384
X. THE CLOSE, .. os oe os « «©6148
XI. RAPHAEL, ws ee oe oe .. 152
XII. SIR CHRISTOPHER WREN, .. oe eo «» 155

Genius and Poetry.
1. DANTE AND MILTON, ee ve we .. 163
II. DANTE AND BEATRICE, . oe we .. 170
III. DANTE AND GIOTTO, we - ee es dis
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Vv. MILTON, .. we ve oe we . 199
VI. THE GREAT REBELLION, ee a ee .. 204
VII. CHATTERTON, oe ee oe oe w= = 218
VIII. ANTIQUARIAN INVENTIONS, oe we 232
IX. LONDON, .. . o ee ve .. «= 249
X. KIRKE WHITE AND SHELLEY, ve ve .. 289



Genins and Physical Science.

I. NAPIER, HALES, BLACK, DAVY, . . «» 265

Genius and Mechanical Envention,

I, ARCHIBALD, EARL OF DUNDONALD, .. we 1 = 295
Hl. JAMES WATT, oe . »» 808




Genius and the AMatural Sciences.



CHAPTER LI.

ROGER BACON.




Gen feted L: propose in the following pages to sketch the
te Wis] careers of some illustrious men to whose
energy, courage, and intelligence—to whose
fearless love of truth, and enthusiasm for
knowledge—the world has been largely indebted for its
moral and intellectual advancement. The reader, by
studying these careers, and taking to heart the impor-
tant lessons which they teach, will be the better fitted
to undertake the responsibilities imposed upon him, as
upon every man, of doing what good he may in his
sphere of duty, and of contributing, in however small
a measure, to the aggregate of human happiness.
Philosophy, which, literally rendered, signifies the
love of truth, has come, through the influence of a
widely prevalent scepticism at the era of the French
Revolution, to be regarded by many as so far inimical
to truth, that the Philosophic Spirit has been fre-
quently made use of as a term synonymous with the
essential source of infidelity. The spirit of inquiry,
however, so thoroughly harmonizes with the consti-
tution of our moral nature, that the most violent pre-
judices can only temporarily retard its progress, though
10 GENIUS AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES.

they have not always been ineffectual in diverting it from
the right path. It is a curious feature in the history of
both mental and physical sciences, that nearly all their
first steps have been made to appear as opposed to re-
vealed truth, and the philosopher has been compelled to
meet the divine as a jealous and intolerant opponent.
That this has originated frequently in the avowed infidel-
ity of the philosopher cannot be questioned, yet it has
far oftener been caused by the narrow-minded dogmatism
of the theologian, who refused to submit the arguments
of his opponents to the test ot Inquiry. Voltaire and
other philosophers of the French school, ignorant of any
other Christianity than the corrupt system of popery that
arrogated the exclusive right to that title in their un-
happy country, fondly flattered themselves that their
_teaching had already given the death-blow to that long-
enduring superstition. Christianity, however, which is
the highest embodyment of Divine truth, has nothing to
fear from the most rigorous investigation of all subordi-
nate truths. Bacon discussed the system of Aristotle in
the spirit of honest philosophical inquiry, and was de
nounced by the monks of the thirteenth century as a
heretic. Galileo proclaimed to the theologians of the
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, that the earth re
volved round the sun, and was condemned as a daring
atheist, who defied alike the voice of the church, and the
truth of the Bible. We smile now at the history of such
futile bigotry; yet the same spirit has been manifested no
less strongly in our own day, where even the most re.
verent inquirers into the great truths of nature, have
been challenged by the misdirected zeal of the champions
of revelation, who would compel the uninstructed multi-
tude to believe that the Word of God is irreconcilable
with the discoveries of science. In all this the philoso-
pher has generally been far less to blame than the theo-
_togian. The former might justly ask the latter if lie
ROGER BACON.’ 11

really believes in the divine origin of the Bible, that he
so timidly guards its declarations from investigation. It
is the true spirit of Protestantism to encourage the utmost
investigation of its dogmas. It has nothing to fear even
from the perverted labours of the sceptic, far less from
the honest inquiries of the philosopher. We may rest
assured that the book of Nature cannot ultimately con.
tradict the book of Revelation, for the author of both is
the same; and the same spirit of reverent and teachable
investigation should guide us in the perusal of the one as
of the other. In this spirit it was that the greatest of
all philosophers, Newton, disclosed the secret springs that
guide the vast universe in all the complex motions of
the spheres; learning at every step to view with deeper
reverence and holy awe the Creator and Sustainer of all
things: The great God, the first cause from whence all
secoudary causes and all natural laws proceed.

Such was the principle that actuated the great Christian
philosopher, and in the same spirit the Christian poet
writes—

Happy the man, who sees a God employed

In all the good and ill that checker life}
Resolving all events, with their effects

And manifold results, into the will

And arbitration wise of the Supreme.

Did not his eye rule all things, and intend

The least of our concerns (since from the least
The greatest oft originate;) could chance

Find place in his dominion, or dispose

One lawless particle to thwart his plan;

Taen God might be surprised, and unforeseen
Contingence might alarm him, and disturb
The smooth and equal course of his affairs.
This truth Philosophy, though eagle-eyed

in nature’s tendencies, oft cverlooks;

And, having found his instrument, forgets,

Or disregards, or, more presumptuous still,
Denics the power that wields it. God proclainzs
His hot displeasure against foolish men,

That live ai: atheist life: involves the Heavens |
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In tempests ; quits his grasp upon the winds,
And gives them all their fury ; bids the plague
Kindle a fiery boil upon the skin,

And putrefy the breath of blooming Health,

He calls for Famine, and the meagre fiend
Blows mildew from between his shrivelled lips,
And taints the golden ear. He springs his mines,
And desolates a nation at a blast.

Forth steps the spruce Philosopher, and tells

Of homogeneal and discordant springs

And principles; of causes, how they work

By necessary laws their sure effects ;

Of action and reaction: he has found

The source of the disease, that nature feels,

And bids the world take heart and banish fear
Thou fool, will thy discovery of the cause
Suspend th’ effect, or heal it? Has not God
Stil wrought by means since first he made the world?
And did he not of old employ his means

To drown it? What is his creation less

Than a capacious reservoir of means

Form’d for his use, and ready at his will?

Go, dress thine eyes with eye-salve; ask of him,
Or ask of whomsoever he has taught;

And learn, though late, the genuine cause of all."

Popular superstition and vulgar prejudice have continued
even to our own day to associate the name of Roger
Bacon, one of the greatest of English philosophers, with
the puerile conceptions of scientific inquiry that prevailed
in his own day. “The learned monk,” says one of his
biographers, “searching for the philosopher’s stone in
his laboratory, aided only by infernal spirits, was substi-
tuted for the sagacious advocate of reform in education,
reading, and reasoning; and—what was equally rare—the
real inquirer into the phenomena of nature.”

Roger Bacon was born near IIchester in Somersetshire,
about the year 1214. Wonderfally little is known of the
early history of this eminent man, who stood foremost
among English philosophers until the appearance of
his great namesake in the seventeenth century. His
father seems to have been a comfortable English yeoman,
ROGER BACON, 13

and by him his son was sent to Oxford to acquire that
learning for which we may presume the young student
early manifested a strong desire. After residing there
for a time, he proceeded to Paris according to the usual
custom of that period, the university of Paris being then
considered the chief seat of learning in the world. The
theology of that day was altogether opposed to the
Philosophical Spirit. A few years before the birth of
Bacon, 2 council at Paris condemned and burnt the works
of Aristotle as they then existed in the mutilated trans-
lations from eastern versions of the original. Towards
the middle of the thirteenth century, the philosophy of
Aristotle found many zealous, but not very wise main-
tainers. Some of the most active religious orders of the
Romish church espoused the cause, and arrogated to him
the exclusive title of “the Philosopher.” ‘ Bacon,” says
one of his biographers, “in no sense became an Aristote-
lian, except in that which comprehends all who are ac-
quainted with the opinions and methods of the Greek
philosopher. Better versed in the original than most of
his contemporaries, he freely criticises all he meets with,
(especially the merit of the translations, all which he says
he would burn, if he could,) and is himself an early and
sufficient proof that the absurdities of his contemporaries
ought not to be called ‘ Aristotelian,’ any more than
Aristotle himself ‘the Philosopher.’ Bacon could read
Aristotle without danger of falling into idolatry: his an-
tagonists could have erected a system of verbal disputes
upon the Principia of Newton, if they had possessed it.”

From Paris Bacon returned to Oxford with a doctor's
degree from the former University, and soon after he
took on him the vows of a Franciscan, which bound him
to poverty, manual labour, and study. The manual
labour, however, which he practised, was probably com-
prised in the use of his pen, and the researches of the
laboratory, and we have good reason for believing that
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the vow of poverty was still less attended to, as he tells
us himself that in the course of twenty years he expended
2000 livres on books and instruments; an outlay amount-
ing to a very considerable sum of money in those days.
The labours of Bacon, and the opinions which he advo-
cated, speedily won for him the enmity of the monks of
Oxford, and he found the obstinate ignorance and bigotry
of his contemporaries far more insufferable obstacles to
his scientific inquiries than all the difficulties which beset
him in the laboratory. His biographer remarks—“ The
enmity of his brethren soon began to show itself: the
lectures which he gave in the University were prohibited,
as well as the transmission of any of his writings beyond
the walls of his convent. The charge made against him
was that of magic, which was then frequently brought
against those who studied the sciences, and particularly
chemistry. The ignorance of the clergy of that time as
to mathematics or physics was afterwards described by
Anthony-a-Wood, who says that they knew no property
of the circle except that of keeping out the devil, and
thought the points of a triangle would wound religion.
Brought up to consider philosophy as nearly allied to, if
not identical with, heresy itself, many of them might per-
haps be honest believers in its magical power; but we can
hardly doubt that there were a few more acute minds, who
saw that Roger Bacon was in reality endeavouring to evoke
a spirit whose influence would upset the power they had
acquired over the thoughts of men, and allow them to
read and reflect, without fear of excommunication, or the
necessity of inquiring what council had authorised the
book. The following detached passages from the Opus
Majus contain opinions, no doubt, which its author was
in the habit of expressing :—

‘Most students have no worthy exercise for their
heads, and therefore languish and stupify upon bad trans-
lations, which lose them both time and money. Ap-
ROGER BACON. " 15

pearances alone rule them, and they care not what they
know, but what they are thought to know by a senseless
multitude. There are four principal stumbling-blocks in
the way of arriving at knowledge—authority, habit, ap-
pearances as they present themselves to the vulgar eye,
and concealment of ignorance combined with ostentation
ot knowledge. Even if the first three could be got over
by some great effort of reason, the fourth remains ready.
Men presume to teach before they have learnt, and fall
into so many errors, that the idle think. themselves happy
in comparison—and hence both in science and in commen -
life we see a thousand falsehoods for one truth. And
this being the case, we must not stick to what we hear
and read, but must examine most strictly the opinions of
our ancestors, that we may add what is lacking, and cor-
rect what is erroneous, but with all modesty and allow-
ance. We must, with all our strength, prefer reason to
custom, and the opinions of the wise and good to the per-
ceptions of the vulgar: and we must not use the triple
argument; that is to say, this has been laid down, this
has been usual, this has been common, therefore it is to
be held by. For the very opposite conclusion does much
better follow from the premises. And though the whole
world be possessed by these causes of error, let us freely
hear opinions contrary to established usage.’ ”

The Opus Majus, from which this passage is extracted,
owes, probably, much of its peculiar form to the circum-
stances under which it was produced. The enmity and
bigoted opposition of the Franciscans had completely de-
barred its author from publishing his discoveries, or
even, as it would seem, reducing them to an accessible
form in writing. In the year 1265, Clement IV. ascended
the Papal throne. He was a native of St. Gilles, in Lan-
guedoe, and while holding the rank of Cardinal Bishop of
Sabina, had filled the office of Legatein England. There
he learned of Bacon’s wonderful discoveries, but was de-
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barred by the jealousy and ignorance of the order to
which the learned friar belonged, from making himself
fully acquainted with them. It is not certain whether
any interview took place between Bacon and the Papal
Legate while in England, but at any rate his wish to be
made acquainted with the discoveries of the great English
philosopher had been communicated to the latter, and it
no doubt afforded him consolation, in the midst of the
persecution he underwent from ignorance and bigotry,
to obtain such marks of sympathy from one who was
himself an able scholar and an eminent dignitary of the
Church. We find accordingly, that so soon as Bacon
learned that the Bishop of Sabina had been elected head
of the Church, he availed himself of the known sympathy
of the new Pope with his pursuits, to free himself from the
trammels to which he had been so long subjected. Bacon
in this manifested a degree of courage and independence
not easily appreciable now; for, setting aside the injunc-
tions of his superiors, and without affording them any op-
portunity of challenging his conduct, he wrote to Clement
I'V., reminding him of the wish he had expressed to see
a written treatise of his philosophical opinions, and the
discoveries he had made. To this he speedily received
a reply, renewing the former request, and requiring him
to draw up his work in all haste, and forward it to him,
whatever might be the commands of his superiors, or the
nature of the vows by which he had bound himself on
entering his order. Bacon would appear to have availed
himself of this opportunity of communicating with the
Pope, to try to enlist his powerful interest on his behalf,
and thereby secure his escape from the ignorant and
bigoted thraldom to which he was subjected. The letter
was no doubt forwarded with the utmost secrecy, and the
Pope, in his reply, requires him to point out, with similar
caution, by what means he can best promote his liberation.
ROGER BACON. 17

The work which is known as Bacon’s Opus Majus, was
forwarded to Rome, by the hands of John of London, a
favourite pupil of the philosopher, within two years after
the accession of Clement IV. to the Popedom. Doubt-
loss the learned monk joyfully anticipated the accom-
plishment of all his wishes, by securing the patronage of
the head of the Church; and he evidently drew it up with -
the most prudential care, so as to avoid any expression
of sentiments likely toawaken the jealousy of the Church.
To this we must mainly ascribe that peculiar character
alluded to in the following remarks:—“ The charge of
heresy appears to be by no means so well founded as a
Protestant would wish. Throughout the whole of his
writings Bacon is a strict Roman Catholic, that is, he ex-
pressly submits matters of opinion to the authority of the
Church, saying that if the respect due to the vicar of the
saviour, ‘vicarius Salvatoris,’ alone, and the benefit of
the world, could be consulted in any other way than by
the progress of philosophy, he would not, under such
unpediments as lay in his way, proceed with his under-
taking for the whole Church of God, however much it
might entreat or insist. His zeal for Christianity, in its
Latin or Western form, breaks out in every page; and all
science is considered with direct reference to theology,
and not otherwise. But at the same time, to the credit
of his principles, considering the book-burning, heretic-
hunting age in which he lived, there is not a word of any
other force except that of persuasion. He takes care to
have both authority and reason for every proposition that
he advances; perhaps, indeed, he might have experienced
forbearance at the hand of those who were his persecu-
tors, had he not so clearly made out prophets, apostles,
and fathers to have been partakers of his opinions. ‘ But
let not your Serenity imagine,’ he says, ‘ that I intend to
excite the clemency of your Holiness, in order that the
papal majesty should employ force against weak authors

(425) 2
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and the multitude, or that my unworthy self should raise
any stumblingblock to study.’ Indeed the whole scope
of the first part of the work is to prove, from authority
and from reason, that philosophy and Christianity cannot
disagree; a sentiment altogether of his own revival, in an
age in which all philosophers, and mathematicians in
particular, were considered as at best of dubious ortho-
doxy.”

Unhappily, however, for Bacon, his powerful patron
died before he could interpose in his behalf. N othing
certain is known as to the reception his work met with at
the Papal court. Some writers have affirmed that it re-
ceived the highest approbation of the Pope, which he
testified by extending his patronage to the bearer ; while
others have insinuated that he lent the sanction of his
authority to Bacon’s enemies, who had already assailed
him asa heretic. There is every reason to believe, how-
ever, that the Pope had scarcely time to make himself
acquainted with the contents of the Opus Majus, before
he was seized with his last illness. There is something
exceedingly painful in the history of those great teachers
of mankind who have thus had to struggle with the folly
and the malevolence of an ignorant generation for per-
mission to accomplish a task pregnant with blessings to
their own and other times; and the case was one of slen-
der hope indeed which in the thirteenth century depended
on the liberality of a Pope to counteract the intolerance
of the Church.



CHAPTER IL. |
ASTROLOGY.

THE death of Clement overthrew all the bright hopes
which had cheered the philosopher in his cell. The
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great and good Robert Grostéte, Bishop of Lincoln, who
has been termed the moral,as Bacon was the intellectual,
light of that age, was an early friend of the philosopher,
and one of the very few of his contemporaries who could
understand, and sympathize with, his pursuits. Bacon
speaks of him and of his friend Adam de Morisco, as
students standing apart from the herd, and penetrating
the mysteries of things. De Morisco, like Bacon,
had assumed the habit of a friar, and experienced his
share of the restraints of the cloister, though known by
the title of the “ Illustrious Doctor.” In the year 1234,
we find Friar Bacon, conjoined with Robert Grostéte,
in the execution of a royal ordinance for the better regu-
lation of the University of Oxford. But the good bishop
died in 1253, long before Bacon had rejoiced in that
bright but transitory gleam of better fortune, which was
followed by deeper shadows clouding his path.

The death of Clement extinguished his hopes, but he
was allowed to remain free from open persecution for
some years afterwards. It was not till the year 1278
that the appointment of Jerome d’ Ascoli, the general of
the Franciscan order, to act as the Legate of the Pope,
Nicholas III., at the Court of France, inspired the English
Franciscans with courage to renew their attack on the
great philosopher.

“ Bacon, then sixty-four years old, was accordingly sum-
moned to Paris, (Dr. Jebb implies that he had already
removed his residence there to another convent of his
order,) where a council of Franciscans, with Jerome at
their head, condemned his writings, and committed him
to’ close confinement. According to Bale, or Balzeus,
(cited by Dr. Jebb,) the charge of innovation was the
pretext, but of what kind was not specified: according to
others, the writings of Bacon upon astrology were the
particular ground of accusation. We cannot learn that
any offer of pardon was made to the accused upon his
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recantation of the obnoxious opinions, as usual in such
cases; which, if we may judge from the Opus Mayjus,
Bacon would have conceived himself bound to accept, at
least if he recognised the legality of the tribunal. A
confirmation of the proceeding was immediately obtained
from the court of Rome. During ten years, every effort
made by him to procure his enlargement was without
success. ‘The two succeeding pontiffs had short and busy
reigns; but on the accession of Jerome, (Nicholas IV..,)
Bacon once more tried to attract notice. He sent to that
pope, it is said, a treatise on the method of retarding the
infirmities of old age, the only consequence of which was
increased rigour and closer confinement. But that which
was not to be obtained from the justice of the Pope, was
conceded to private interest, and Bacon was at last re-
stored to liberty by the intercession of some powerful
nobles, but who they were is not mentioned. Some say
he died in prison; but the best authorities unite in stating
that he returned to Oxford, where he wrote a compendium
of theology, and died some months, or perhaps a year
and a half, after Nicholas IV., who died April 1292.”

The great points by which Bacon is popularly known
are the discovery of gunpowder, and the conception of
the telescope, afterwards realized to such wondrous pur-
pose in the hands of his great successor, Galileo. To
these, however, the credulity of his contemporaries, and
the exaggerations of popular ignorance, have added
numerous strange and extravagant fables, so that the fame
of the illustrious English philosopher has well nigh dis-
appeared amid the accumulation of childish conceits with
which the name of Friar Bacon is associated.

It is curious to find how vulgar wonder thus overloads
the names of the world’s greatest benefactors. The old
English poet, Gower, has embodied some of the popular
legends of his time, in which the wonders that have been
more generally ascribed to Bacon are told as the deeds
ASTROLOGY. 21

of the great scholar and patriot, Bishop Grostéte. Thus,
in one of his tales, he remarks,—

‘* For of the great clerke, Grostéte,
I read how ready that he was,
By his learning, a head of brass
To make, and forge it for to tell
Of such things as befell.”

Our juvenile readers are no doubt familiar with the
old legend which represents Friar Bacon pondering how
by his magical art he could strengthen England against
her foes. He resolved to surround the whole island
with impregnable walls of brass,and having for this pur-
pose constructed his magical Brazen Head, he awaited
with patience its utterance of the words of wisdom that
should reveal to him the means of accomplishing his
patriotic intentions. Time passed on, however, and the
Brazen Head maintained unbroken silence, till at length
the philosopher and magician, exhausted with his fruit-
less vigils, withdrew to his cell for needful repose, leaving
one of his pupils to watch the mysterious Head, and
summon him on the slightest appearance of intending
speech. The new watcher was rewarded after a time
by the Head uttering these brief words: “Time ts!”
“If that is all it has to say,” thought the pupil, “it
were a pity to disturb the Friar from his slumbers.”
He accordingly continued his vigils, and after another
solemn pause, the Head again spoke with equal brevity :
“Time was!” This, however, seemed to the pupil
fully as trifling an attempt at speech as the former,
and so he left his master to sleep on, until he was
awoke by an astounding crash, as the head closed its
oracular utterances by exclaiming, “Time 1s past!”
and then shivering into atoms; “and so,” says the old
nursery-tale, “ Friar Bacon missed the opportunity of
surrounding England with walls of brass.” The tale
most probably originated in some allegorical allusion,
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possibly to his great discovery of gunpowder, which, with
the brazen guns, manned by her invincible seamen, has
effectually accomplished the object the Friar is said to
have aimed at. |

Friar Bacon appears not only to have been a man alto-
gether beyond his own age, but one of those remarkable
spirits who seem to anticipate the discoveries of future
generations, and leave nothing new for after-times. It is
anastonishing proof of thenecessity of civilization being
far advanced before nations can ever avail themselves of
the discoveries of genius. Bacon appears to have antici-
pated even some of the greatest men of the nineteenth
century in important discoveries in science; yet it required
their re-discovery by later ages, to appreciate their
worth. To the men of the thirteenth century the tele-
Scope was scarcely more available than the discovery
of the art of printing would be to a nation ot savages
who had yet to learn the meaning of a written language.
ihe influence of Bacon, however, was doubtless con-
siderable, even on the ages immediately succeeding his
own time. ‘To us his life is pregnant with further
evidence of the enmity of superstition and Romish
intolerance, to all the noblest interests of man. It
teaches us the value of perfect toleration for the freest
inquiry into the great secrets of nature, and while we
endeavour in our search after these great truths ever to
do it in a reverent spirit, and with a child-like confidence
in the infallible teachings of Revelation; it also warns us
to beware of rashly mistaking the conclusions we may
draw from Scripture as themselves infallible. This it is
that has led even honest, though mistaken men, hastily to
pronounce the philosopher a heretic, who makes known
to us some great truth of nature; startling, and therefore
suspicious from its novelty.
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CHAPTER III.
CALILEO.

SIMILAR in fate to the great English philosopher is the
noble Tuscan, who first discovered for us “the magic tube,”
devised long before in the Franciscan’s cell, and experi-
enced the same rewards for the wondrous truths he
revealed to man, as had been accorded to Bacon by the
intolerance of his contemporaries. Strange indeed must
it seem to the intelligent student of nature, that he who
in so marvellous a manner taught us anew that “the
heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament
_showeth his handy-work,” should have been doomed to
the dungeons of the Roman Inquisition, as a heretic who
contravened the truths of Revelation.

Galileo was the son of Vincentio Galilei, a noble
Florentine, who distinguished himself by his scientific
knowledge and study of music, and by the great learning
and erudition he displayed in maintaining his views.
Ilis chief work, entitled “A Discourse on the Music of
the Ancients and Moderns,” was printed in a large folio
volume at Florence, in 1581, and. has supplied a store
of criticism and research for successive historians of the
musical art.

Vincentio Galilei shared in the vicissitudes that have
marked the nurture of so many of the gifted sons of
Florence, and on the 15th of February, 1564, his son
Galileo was born at Pisa. The youth of the great
Tuscan philosopher was passed amid many hardships,
schooling him into the hardy pursuit of his great future
work, by the difficulties he had to encounter in ac-
quiring the rudiments of learning. At the age of
nineteen he was placed by his father at the University
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of Pisa, where he speedily manifested the peculiar bent
of his mind for research, and distinguished himself by
his extraordinary powers of application. The first work
by Galileo that excited notice, and evinced the pos-
session of that originality of thought and spirit of
philosophic observation which afterwards produced such
wonderful results, was an essay on the Hydrostatic
Balance. The young student had been designed by his
father for the medical profession, but he soon showed
an extreme unwillingness to tie himself down to the
formal and petty routine of duties required by that
valuable but engrossing profession. Fortunately his
essay on the hydrostatic balance attracted the notice of
Guido Ubaldi, a learned Pisan, who at once perceived the
acute powers of reasoning and the unwonted spirit of
philosophic investigation which was displayed in it.
Ubaldi cultivated the acquaintance of the ingenious
scholar, and by his counsel and example assisted him in
choosing the course of study most likely to forward him
in the development of those great powers of mind that
he had already proved himself to possess. Under his
auspices the study of medicine was abandoned, and his
attention was thereafter almost exclusively fixed on
geometry and experimental philosophy. Vincentio Galilei
had watched with pleasure the early development of his
great powers of mind, and in selecting for him the medi-
cal profession, had been guided by a reasonable prudence
and foresight, which led him to anticipate that it would
prove the ready path to success and worldly prosperity.
It was not, therefore, without regret, as well as considerable
opposition, that he was prevailed on to sanction the aban-
donment of the lucrative profession of medicine for those
higher walks of science that promised at best only a very
precarious and stinted reward. The elder Galilei, however,
was reluctantly turned from his own schemes of worldly

grandizement for his son by the decided bent which
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the latter displayed for those abstruse walks of science on
which he had thus early entered Thenceforth Galileo
entered on that important career which he was to pursue
with such untiring zeal, and such wondrous results for
all future times, through the years of a long life of
unusual health and vigour.

The history of nearly all great discoverers exhibits the
most wonderful results originating from the most insig-
nificant means; and, in this respect, one of Galileo’s
earliest advances on the science of his age was apparently
occasioned by his observation of what appears a trifling
occurrence. Qne of the most remarkable buildings
throughout the whole Italian peninsula is the Cathedral
of Pisa, with its famous Campo Santo, adorned with some
of the most singular and interesting specimens of early
Art, and its baptistry and belfry, all grouping together
within the wide open area at the western extremity of
the town. The Duomo or Cathedral of Pisa was begun
in the eleventh century, and completed during the great
era of the revival of Italian Art. Statues and sculptures,
paintings, carvings, and Mosaics, all unite to enrich its
magnificent interior, and to associate with it such great
names as Andrea del Sarto, Salvator Rosa, Giovanni da
Bologna, Nicolo Pisano, and the like men of note at that
interesting period. But the simple incident that associ-
ates with it the name of the great Tuscan philosopher sur-
passes in interest all that we attach to the gorgeous works
of these masters of painting and sculpture. Walking
in the aisle of this splendid Cathedral, Galileo was struck
by observing the oscillation of one of the great lamps
that hung suspended from the lofty ceiling. Thousands
before had seen the same phenomenon and passed on,
without thinking that so trifling an incident could be
worth a moment’s notice. To Galileo, however, it was
like the apple whose fall is said to have suggested to the
mind of Newton the mighty law that guides revolving
26 GENIUS AND TILE NATURAL SCTENCES,

worlds. He drew from it the hitherto unknown law of
oscillation,—a fragment of that universal principle re-
served for Newton to discover,—by which a simple
pendulum sustained by a fixed point moves by regular
vibrations, and has thus been made available for the
measurement of time. The results of these observations
of Galileo, however, derive far greater value from their
effect on his own mind, than even from the useful purposes
to which they have since been applied. The first use to
which he applied his observation of the equality, or near
equality, of the time of vibration of a pendulum, according
to its less or greater length, was to the practical aid of
medicine, by enabling the physician to apply it in the
same way for testing the state of a patient’s pulse, as has
since been done by means of a watch with its seconds
hand. It led him on to other inquiries, and meanwhile
served to confirm the high anticipations that had been
already formed of his future greatness.

Guido Ubaldi, the learned Pisan, who had been the
first to recognize the high gifts of the youthful Galileo,
continued to manifest the same generous interest in his
progress. By the exertions of Ubaldi on his behalf, he
was introduced to the Grand Duke Ferdinand I. de’
Medici, by whom he was appointed, in 1589, to the chair
of mathematics at Pisa. The emoluments of this ap-
pointment were not great, but the duties which thereby
devolved on him were altogether congenial to his tastes
and previous studies, and he availed himself of the leisure
it afforded him to carry on a series of experiments on
motion, which, now that he understood all the great, and
then undiscovered, truths involved in them, assume a
singular interest when we consider this early investigation
of them. Much of their influence, like that of his pre-
vious observations on oscillation, derive their chief value
trom the indirect effects that resulted from them. He
perceived that nearly all the scholastic dogmas by which
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the world had been content to be satisfied for centuries,

were wholly untenable, and that laws had been assumed
as those which guided the natural principles of motion,

which proved, on examination, to be utterly false. Al-
ready had Copernicus challenged the established opinions
of all men, and denied that our little globe of earth was
the one unmoving centre round which the inconceivably
vast sphere of the fixed stars daily revolved. Copernicus,
however, had guarded the promulgation of his great dis-
coveries by the most cautious and modest assumption
of mere hypothetical inquiry; and, countenanced as he
was by some of the most influential leaders in the Church
of Rome, he escaped the charge of heresy, while at the
same time he produced a general spirit of inquiry which
was slowly preparing men’s minds for the reception of
the truth. Galileo was among the first to free himself
from the slavish fetters of authority and received opinions.
He set himself to investigate the arguments on which the
old and complex Ptolemaic system was based, and speed-
ily found that its infinite series of vast crystalline spheres,
whose ever-moving interchange of melody,—produced by
a cumbrous machinery of cycles and epicycles, excentrics
and primum mobile,—instead of resulting in “the Music of
the Spheres,” was no better than a jangling tissue of
absurdity, when tested by such laws of nature as were
already understood.

The system on which the natural philosophy of the
schoolmen was based, was indeed one well calculated to
excite the astonishment and contempt of a calm philo-
sophic inquirer. But it was on that very account all the
more dangerous to assailit. The simplicity of the Coper-
nican system, when brought into comparison with it, soon
won the favour of those who were capable of appreciating
the proofs that speedily appeared of it, greater accord-
ance with known phenomena. Galileo, says a recent
writer, “soon discovered and proved the futile nature of
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the objections then usually made against it, which were
founded on a complete ignorance of the laws of mechanics,
or on some misapplied quotations from Aristotle, the
Bible, and the Fathers; and having also observed, that
many who had at first believed the former system, had
changed in favour of the latter, while none of those at-
tached to the latter changed to the Ptolemaic hypothesis
—that the former required almost daily some new emen-
dation, some additional chrystalline sphere, to accommo-
date itself tothe varying aspects of the celestial pheno-
mena—that the appearance and disappearance of new
stars contradicted the pretended incorruptibility of the
heavenly bodies, together with other reflections which he
has collected in his dialogues,—he became a convert to
the Copernican system, and, in his old age, its most con-
spicuous martyr. So strong, however, were the religious
prejudices on the subject of the quiescence of the earth,
that Galileo thought it prudent to continue to lecture on
the hypothesis of Ptolemy, until time should afford a
favourable opportunity to destroy the visionary fabric by
incontestable facts.”

Galileo was only in his twenty-fifth year when he ob-
tained the Chair of Mathematics in the University of
Pisa; but he soon proved his fitness for it by discoveries
which were very partially appreciated by his contem-
poraries. One of the first of the established dogmas
which he undertook to overturn was, that bodies of un-
equal weights would fall through the same altitude in
unequal times, corresponding to the relative difference of
their weights. This doctrine, the futility of which is now
known almost to every child, was held to with all the
obstinacy of bigoted ignorance. The youngest of our
readers have probably seen the simple and beautiful ex.
periment of a feather and a piece of lead or a sovereign,
dropt at the same moment within an exhausted receiver,
when both reached the bottom at the same moment.








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This same experiment Galileo showed without the inter-
vention of the air-pump, by ascending to the top of the
celebrated Campanile or leaning tower of Pisa, from
whence he dropped objects differing very considerably in
weight, and observed that they reached the ground within
a very slight interval of one another. This difference
Galileo rightly attributed to the unequal resistance of the
air,—a disturbing medium which is removed in the ex-
periment conducted on a small scale within the exhausted
receiver,—and he showed that the comparatively trifling
_ interval between the time of their reaching the ground
completely disproved the old theory, as there was not
the slightest agreement between it and the different
weights of the bodies referred to. It is at all times, how-
ever, easier to believe than to reason, and while the great
majority of mankind are content to take for granted the
statements that are affirmed as true on all points not
directly affecting their previous opinions, none are so ob-
stinately prejudiced against new truths as those who have
adopted their belief without investigation. It was, how-
ever, those who claimed the name of philosophers that
most bitterly opposed Galileo, for the first experiments
which he performed publicly at Pisa were witnessed by
an immense concourse of spectators, who testified enthu-
siastic admiration of their novelty and beauty.

The opposition now shown to Galileo by the partisans
of the ancient philosophy was of the bitterest and most
rancorous description. They saw the whole system to
which they bigotedly clung threatened with overthrow by
his arguments and demonstrations, and instead of oppos-
ing him with the same fair weapons, they raised against
him such a host of annoyances and persecution, that he
was at length compelled to resign his chair at Pisa.

The philosophers of Pisa having thus banished the
only one from among them who was capable of teaching
others, because he was himself a diligent student of the
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great book of nature, Galileo proceeded to Florence.
There he met with a warm reception from some of his
friends, and particularly from his old patron and adviser,
Guido Ubaldi, through whose influence he was introduced
to some of the chief noble families of Tuscany, and soon
alter the mathematical chair of the University of Padua
was conferred on him for the limited period of six years.
There he prosecuted his inquiries with increased success,
and, within the period cf his first appointment, he invented
the thermometer, and the proportional compass or sector,
in addition to writing several valuable treatises on
mechanics, spherical astronomy, and other subjects which
came within the range of his public instructions. On the
expiration of his first engagement in 1599, the senate re-
appointed him for a similar period, at a greatly advanced
salary, and it was a second time renewed, with additional
advantages. This he repayed by many important con-.
tributions to science, and particularly by the discovery on
which his fame more surely rests than perhaps on any of
the great truths he made known to his fellow-men. “The
year 1609,” says one of his biographers, “was signalized
by a discovery on the part of Galileo, which forms one of
the most solid foundations of his glory. In the month of
April a rumour was circulated in Venice that a Dutch-
man had presented to Count Maurice of Nassau an
instrument, by which means distant objects appeared as
if they were near at hand. On this slight and cursory
hint Galileo immediately applied himself to discover
whether the thing was possible, conformably with the
passage of the luminous rays through spherical glasses of
various forms. Some attempts made with lenses which
he had at hand produced the desired effect; and next day
he gave an account of his success to his friends, which,
in fact, was nothing less than the invention of the teles-
cope. A short time afterwards he presented several of
these instruments to the senate of Venice, accompanied
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with a description in which he unfolded the immense
consequences for nautical and astronomical observations
which would certainly result from the discovery; and in
recompense of his ingenuity his commission as professor
was continued for life, with an allowance of salary triple
that which he had pr eviously received. Galileo neglected
nothing calculated to evince his gratitude, or to add to
the claims which had merited these favours. Indefatiga-
ble in his researches, he invented the microscope; he
also improved his telescope, and soon brought it to a
state fit to be applied to the observation of the heavens.
He then perceived what as yet no mortal eye had ever
seen; the surface of the moon, like that of the earth,
bristled with high mountains and ploughed with deep
valleys; Venus presenting, like the moon, phases which
prove her rotundity ; Jupiter environed with four satel
lites, who accompany him in his course; the milky way;
the nebule; in a word, the whole heavens bespangled
with a countless multitude of stars too small to be even
perceived by the naked eye. It is more easy to conceive
than describe the surprise and delight which the first view
of so many wonders must have inspired him withal, as
well as the admiration which they could not fail to pro-
duce when they were known. to pass them in review, he hastened to announce his
observations to the world i in a publication entitled Nwn-
cius Sidereus, or Celestial Courier, which he dedicated to
the princes of Medici, and which he continued at intervals,
In proportion as he discovered new objects. He also
observed that Saturn sometimes appeared under the form
of .a simple disc, and sometimes with two appendages
which seemed two small planets; but it was reserved for
another astronomer, Huygens, to demonstrate that theseap-
pearances were produced by the ring with which Saturn is
surrounded, Galileo also discovered moveable spots on
the globe or disc of the sun, whom the peripatetics had
32 GENIUS AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES,

declared incorruptible, and did not hesitate from these to
infer the rotation of that planet. He remarked that
feeble light which, in the first and last quarters of the
moon, renders visible, by means of the telescope, the
part of her dise which is not then directly enlightened
by the sun; and he concluded rightly that this effect
was owing to the light reflected towards the moon by the
earth. The continued observation of the spots of the
moon satisfied him that that planet always presents
nearly the same aspect; but in these he nevertheless
recognised a species of periodic oscillation, to which he
gave the name of libration, the exact laws of which were
afterwards made known by Dominic Cassini. In a word,
not less profound in following new truths to their conse-
quences than subtile in discovering them, Galileo per-
ceived the use to which the motions and eclipses of the
satellites of Jupiter might be turned for the measure of
longitudes; and he even undertook to make a sufficient
number of observations of these stars to enable him to
construct tables for the use of navigators.”

It was unfortunate for Galileo that he was tempted to
quit his honoured position at Padua, and to accept of the
invitation of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, who named
him Mathematician extraordinary, and invited him to
forsake the Venetian states for the capital of Tuscany.
Florence probably had many attractions for him as a man
of science, in addition to those peculiar claims it pos-
sessed from the residence there of some of his oldest
friends. Nevertheless, he speedily found reason to re-
pent his leaving a position of honour and liberal encour-
agement under the independent government of the Vene-
tian republic, for any amount of reward that the Duke Oi
Tuscany could offer, tramelled as he wag by subservient
bondage to the Court of Rome.
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CHAPTER ITI.
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Trt Jesuits had always entertained a rancorous hatred
of Galileo, originating in his adhesion to the party
in Padua by whom they had been expelled from the
Venetian state. They therefore lost no time in assailing
him as the promulgator of dangerous and anti-Christian
opinions. He had declared the moon to be irregular in
its surface, like our own earth, and had even affirmed
the possibility of its being inhabited. He had assigned
to the fixed stars a distance immensely beyond that which
the old philosophers had determined as the limits of the
system. ‘The planet Jupiter had been shown by him to
be attended with satellites, which he styled, in honour of
his Florentine patron, Medicean stars; and Saturn ap-
peared through his imperfect instruments, as three planets
conjoined. He even went so far as to affirm that there
were spots on the sun! And all this in direct contra-
diction to the absurd dogmas of the schoolmen, by which
it was affirmed that all the celestial bodies were perfectly
round, self-luminous, and uncorrupted by any terrestrial
tarnish!

The discoveries of Galileo were reported by the Jesuits
to the Inquisition at Rome, as falsehoods invented by
him for the overthrow of the true religion. Some of his
opponents affirmed that they had looked through the
newly invented glasses whole nights, and seen nothing of
all that he had affirmed, and doubted not but they were
pure fictions invented to deceive the people. Ridicule
was resorted to as well as falsehood, and every means
adopted to undermine the credit and injure the character
of the great philosopher. Galileo wrote many letters in
his own justification, and indignantly repelled the accusa-

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tions of his enemies. He rejects the attempt to impose
on him the reconcilement of the Bible with the Coperni-
can theory, and in his letter to the Grand Duchess of
Tuscany, remarks,—“ TI am inclined to believe that the
intention of the sacred Scriptures is to give mankind the
information necessary for their salvation, and which, sur-
passing all human knowledge, can by no other means be
accredited than by the mouth of the Holy Spirit. But I
do not hold it necessary to believe that the same God
who has endowed us with senses, with speech, and with
intellect, intended that we should neglect the use of these,
and seek by other means for knowledge which they are
sufficient to procure us; especially in a science like as-
tronomy, of which so little notice is taken m the Scrip-
tures, that none of the planets, exvept the sun and moon,
and once or twice only Venus, under the name of Lucifer,
are so much as named there. This therefore being
granted, I think that in the discussion of natural pro-
blems we ought not to begin at the authority of texts of
Scripture, but at sensible experiments and necessary de-
monstrations; for from the divine word sacred Scripture
and nature did both alike proceed; and I conceive that,
concerning natural effects, that which either sensible ex-
perience sets before our eyes, or necessary demonstrations
prove unto us, ought not upon any account to be called
in question, much less condemned, upon the testimony
of Scripture texts, which may under their words couch
senses seemingly contrary thereto.” “ Therefore, first let
these men apply themselves to examine the arguinents of
Copernicus and others, and leave the condemning of them
as erroneous and heretical to whom it belongs; yet let
them not hope to find such rash and precipitate deter-
minations in the judicious and holy fathers, or in the ab-
solute wisdom of Him who cannot err, as those into which
they suffer themselves to be hurried by some particular
affection or interest of their own. In these and such
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other positions, which are not directly articles of faith,
no man doubts but his holiness has always an absolute
power of admitting or condemning them; but ¢ 7s not in
the power of any creature to make them to be true or false,
otherwise than of their own nature and in fact they are.”
These opinions, addressed as a noble defence of the
right of private judgment, are alone proof of the great-
ness of Galileo above the men of his age; nevertheless
they failed of effect. The Inquisition armed against him
all her terrors, and Caccini was ordered to draw up depo-
sitions against him. He averted for a time the designs
of his enemies by a personal appearance at Rome, where
he so ably defended himself as to silence his persecutors.
In March 1616, he was admitted to an audience by the
Pope, Paul V., who assured him of his personal safety,
but at the same time positively required him to refrain
from teaching the heretical doctrines of Copernicus, as te
the motion of the earth. To this Galileo was forced to
consent, and immediately thereafter he left Rome in
disgust. ‘This was accomplishing the very object that
his enemies aimed at. “The most certain method of
reaching Galileo,” says a recent writer, “was by pro-
hibiting the doctrine of Copernicus. Neither the argu-
ments which he urged in support of his opinions, nor the
justice which they were forced to render to his know-
ledge, his merit, and even his catholicity, could prevent
an assembly of theology, named by the Pope, from coming
to the following conclusion:—‘ To maintain that the sun
is placed immovable in the centre of the world, is an
opinion absurd in itself, false in philosophy, and formally
heretical, because it is expressly contrary to the Scrip-
tures; to maintain that the earth is not placed in the
centre of the world, that it is not immovable, and that it
has even a daily motion of rotation, is also an absurd pro-
position, false in philosophy, and at least erroneous in
point of faith.’ Confounded at this deliverance, Galileo
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employed all the arguments which the truth suggested to
him in defence of a doctrine which his observations had

rendered indubitable; but his ¢ were unavailing; his
reasonings were disregarded; a. e had not showed
sufficient deference to the d::**s. ...the holy office, he

was personally interdicted from profégsing in future the
opinions which had just been condemned.

Galileo returned to Florence in 1617, and resumed,
with what grief may be easily imagined, the course of his
astronomical labours. But his love for these sublime
truths, of which he considered himself as the depositary,
increasing in proportion to the efforts made to extinguish
it, he undertook to silence, if he could not persuade, his
adversaries, by collecting into a body all the physical
proofs of the motion of the earth, and the constitution of
the heavens; and during sixteen entire years he was en-
gaged in this work. All that the finest genius could
imagine in point of ingenuity, or the purest taste admit
in point of elegance, he employed to render the truth
attractive.

But if great genius was required for the composition
of such a work, equal address was necessary to obtain
permission to publish it; and this Galileo undertook to
procure even in Rome itself. In 1630 he proceeded to
that city, and having waited on the master of the sacred
palace, boldly presented his work as a collection of new
scientific fancies, at the same time requesting him to have
the goodness to examine it scrupulously, to retrench what-
ever might appear to him exceptionable, and indeed to
criticise it with the greatest severity. The prelate, not
suspecting any thing, read it once and again; handed it to
one ot his colleagues for his opinion; and not seeing any
thing reprehensible in the work, set his hand to the most
ample approbation of its contents. But the permission
thus obtained was not sufficient; for in order to profit by
it, the work must be printed at Rome, and the numerous
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_ enemies of Galileo in that city would not have failed to
explode the mine which the philosopher was himself
charging to blow them up. On the pretext of some dif-
ficulty of communication between Rome and Florence.
occasioned by a contagious distemper which then pre-
vailed, Galileo accordingly wrote to the master of the
sacred palace, soliciting permission to print his work at
Florence, on the condition of having it again examined
In that city. But the prelate, who perhaps began to sus-
pect some deception, made difficulties; pointed out to
Galileo a new censor; and demanded to .see the approba-
tion which he had previously given, in order, as he said,
to revise the terms in which it had been conceived. With
this request Galileo could not refuse to comply; but the
prelate having once got hold of the document, refused to
restore it, or to give any answer in explanation of his
conduct, so that Galileo, after making every effort to re-
cover it, and even causing it to be demanded by the am-
bassador of Tuscany, was compelled to abandon the pur-
suit as hopeless; and, contenting himself with the appro-
bation of the censor of Florence, which he now managed
to obtain, he published his work in 1632.”

The opponents of Galileo were not to be baffled, either
by his ingenious defence, or by a degree of favour that
had been extended to him by Pope Urban VIII. They
persuaded the pontiff that a part of the treatise had been
written expressly to turn him into ridicule, and accord-
ingly, notwithstanding the mediation of the Grand Duke
of Tuscany, and the exertions of his ambassador at the
papal court, the work of Galileo was condemned by the
Inquisition, and himself summoned to answer for his
opinions before that dread tribunal. He was now in the
sixty-ninth year of his age, and suffering under infirmities
that rendered such a journey peculiarly trying. Imme-
diately on his arrival in Rome, he was put under arrest,
and on the following morning he was visited by the Com-
38 GENIUS AND TIE NATURAL SCIENCES,

missary of the Holy Inquisition, who, with many profes.
sions of friendship, urged him to repair the great scandal
which he had given to all Italy by the heretical doc-
trine of the motion of the earth.

The result is well known. The great Tuscan philo3o-
pher was compelled, on his knees, to swear to a series of
propositions which affirmed the immoveability of the earth
and the movement of the sun round it every twenty-four
hours. His book was prohibited to be published or read.
He was himself condemned to the prison of the Inquisi-
tion during its pleasure, and finally he had to declare—
“I abjure, curse, and detest the error and heresy of the
motion of the earth, and promise never more to assert,
verbally or in writing, that the sun is the centre of the
system, and immoveable; or that the earth is not the
centre of the universe, or that it is moveable!” Rising from
his knees, after this solemn act of mockery, the aged
philosopher turned to one who stood near him, and ex-
claimed, ‘‘ E pur se muove—It moves for all that!’ The
whole procedure has been well characterized as one of
the most remarkable acts of intolerant ignorance and
bigoted folly to be found in the history of science. It is
altogether humiliating; we feel ashamed of our common
humanity, as we look on the haughty display of dogmatic
bigotry and blindness in the judges ; nor is it relieved by
all the palliating circumstances that can be affirmed on
behalf of the great Galileo,—the greatest and wisest man
of his time,—solemnly pronouncing a lie! The whcle
wording of the sentence of the Inquisition is a curious
specimen of the assumed infallibility of Rome. The fol-
lowing are its concluding words:—*“ Having seen and ma-
turely considered the merits of your eause, with your said
confessions and excuses, and every thing else which ought
to be seen and considered, we have come to the under-
written final sentence against you. Invoking, therefore,
the most holy name of our Lord Jesus Christ, and of his
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most glorious Virgin Mother, Mary, by this our final sen-
tence, which, sitting in council and judgment for the
tribunal of the reverend masters of sacred theology, and
doctors of both laws, our assessors, we put forth in this
writing touching the matters and controversies before us,
between the magnificent Charles Sincerus, doctor of both
laws, fiscal proctor of this holy office of the one part, and
you, Galileo Galilei, an examined and confessed criminal
from this present writing now in progress as above of the
other part, we pronounce, judge, and declare, that you,
the said Galileo, by reason of these things which have
been detailed in the course of this writing, and which, as
above, you have confessed, have rendered yourself vehe-
mently suspected by this holy office of heresy; that is
to say, that you believe and hold the false doctrine, and
contrary to the holy and divine Scriptures, namely, that
the sun is the centre of the world, and that it does not
move from east to west, and that the earth,.does move.
and is not the centre of the world; also that an opinion
can be held and supported as probable after it has been
declared and finally decreed contrary to the Holy Scrip-
ture, and consequently that you have incurred all the
censures and penalties enjomed and promulgated in the
sucred canons, and other general and particular constitu-
tions against delinquents of this description. From which
it is our pleasure that you be absolved, provided that,
first, with a sincere heart and unfeigned faith, in our pre-
sence, you abjure, curse, and detest the said errers and
heresies, and every other error and heresy contrary to
the Catholic and apostolic church of Rome, in the form
now shown to you. But, that your grievous and peri-
cious error and transgression may not go altogether un-
punished, and that you may be made more cautious in
future, and may bea warning to others to abstain from
delinquencies of this sort, we decree that the book of the
Dialogues of Galileo Galilei be prohibited by a publie
40 GENIUS AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES.

edict, and we condemn you to the formal prison of this
holy office, for a period determinable at our pleasure;
and by way of salutary penance, we order you, during
the next three years, to recite once a week the seven
penitential psalms, reserving to ourselves the power of
moderating, commuting, or taking off the whole or part
of the said punishment and penance.”

It has been affirmed by many that the aged philosopher
was even subjected to the horrid torture of the rack be-
fore he yielded to abjure what he knew to be true. Such
would seem to be implied by the words which occur in
his judgment, rigorosum examen, and the intestinal hernia
with which he was ever after afflicted seems to corro-
borate the fact. We almost hesitate in deciding whether
the honour of humanity seems to suffer more by the ready
yielding of the philosopher to abjure the truth; or by
the cruelty of his intolerant judges, in proceeding to
such extremities to subdue his great mind to their narrow
standard! However it was, the spirit of the. old man
was broken; persecution had amply done its work. Af-
flictions followed closely to darken his closing years. In
1634, he lost a beloved daughter, who was the greatest
comfort and sole stay of his declining years. He was
allowed to return to Arcetri, where he witnessed his
daughter breathe her last. He was not, however, relieved
from the sentence of the Inquisition. He was kept there
in close confinement, and after two years passed in soli-
tude and restraint, he was subjected to still greater rigour,
owing to fresh suspicions with which his enemies had
succeeded in inspiring the Pope. He had been allowed
to visit Florence, but that relaxation of his severe sen-
tence was altogether withdrawn. He had attempted to
solace his hours of loneliness and sorrow by the composi-
tion of a work known as his “ Dialogues on Motion.” It
was written under the terrors of inquisitorial oversight,
and was such a work as he conceived could furnish no
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cause of offence to the familiars of the Holy Office.
Nevertheless such was the terror which their proceedings
had inspired, that no one could be found daring enough
to undertake the printing of it, and some years elapsed
ere at length a Dutch printer was induced to do what
no one in Italy would venture upon. Finally, within
two years after the loss of his daughter, he became
totally blind, and the last days of the old man were
passed in darkness and sorrow, relieved only by the anti-
cipation which doubtless cheered him even in the prison
of the Inquisition, that other generations would appre-
ciate the great lessons which his own age had forbid to
be promulgated; shutting their eyes against the most
wondrous revelations of science, and sealing his lips, lest
he should reveal to them the glories of God in the works
of creation. It was while thus suffering under the weight
of years and misfortunes, that Milton visited him as he
passed through Italy, while yet hope and youth and
bright anticipations cheered the great poet, whose closing
days were so nearly to resemble those of the noble Tus-
can whom he celebrated in immortal song.

Galileo appears to have been a most loveable charac-
ter in all the relationships of private life. Somewhat hasty
in temper, but easily reconciled, and exceedingly affec-
tionate and forgiving. He was generous to a fault, la-
vishing on his relatives and friends every thing that he
thought would gratify them, so as frequently to embar-
rass himself thereby. He entered heartily into all the
social enjoyments of life, and retained even in extrenie
old age much of the vivacity of early youth. He ex-
celled in music, painting, and poetry, and was altogether
one of those men of genial and kindly temperament, who
can find in all circumstances, and nearly in all society
some sources of enjoyment. It becomes the more pain-
ful to reflect on such a man, bowed down beneath the
weight of such harsh inflictions, expiring amid the sus-
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picions and cruelties of the persecutors of truth, and the
miseries which had followed in their train. He died at
Axcetri on the 8th of January, 1642, in the 78th year of
hisage. The associations that linger about this interest-
ing spot are thus beautifully alluded to in Rogers’s Italy :—

“We hail
Thy sunny slope, Arcetri, sung of old
For its green wine; dearer to me, to most,
As dwelt on by that great Astronomer,
Seven years a prisoner at the city gate,
Let in but in his grave-clothes. Sacred he,
His villa,—justly was it called the Gem !~-
Sacred the lawn, where many a cypress threw
Its length of shadow, while he watched the stars!
Sacred the vineyard, where, while yet his sight
Glimmered, at blush of morn he dressed his vines,
Chanting aloud in gaiety of heart
Some verse of Ariosto. There unseen,
In manly beauty Mitton stood before him,
Gazing with reverent awe—MIttTov, his guest,
Just then come forth all life and enterprise ;
f/e in his old age and extremity,
Blind, at noon-day exploring with his staff;
His eyes upturned as to the golden sun,
His eye-balls idly rolling. Little then
Did GaLitEo think whom he received;
That in his hand he held the hand of one
Who could requite him—who would spread his name
O’er lands and seas—great as himself, nay greater;
Milton as little that in him he saw,
As in a glass, what he himself should be,
Destined so soon to fall on evil days
And evil tongues—so soon, alas, to live
In darkness, and with dangers compassed round,
And solitude !”’

CHAPTER IY.

NEWTON.

ONE year after the death of Galileo, a prisoner of the
Inquisition, though at large in his own villa of Arcetri
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without the gates of Florence, Isaac Newton, the great
Christian philosopher, was born at the manor-house of
Woolsthorpe, in Lincolnshire. The old manor-house is a
plain but substantial dwelling, beautifully situated in a
sheltered valley, beside the river Witham, and there on
the 25th December, O.8., 1642, Newton first saw the light.
His mother, the daughter of a neighbouring squire, had
been left a widow within a few months after her marriage,
and he himself was ushered into the world prematurely,
so feeble and diminutive a child, that the attendants, who
had been successively despatched for medical aid, were
astonished to find him in life on their return.

Under such melancholy circumstances was this helpless
infant born into this world; feeble and delicate, beyond
even the common lot, while yet destined through a busy
lifetime to devote the activity of youth and manhood, and
the vigour of a ripe old age, to the profoundest discoveries
in science, and the production of writings that the universal
suffrages of a century of the greatest activity in every
department of science and learning, still pronounce pre-
eminent above all the productions of human intellect.

The accounts that have been preserved of the early
years of Newton are replete with lively interest. Like
many other boys who have afterwards risen to eminence,
he is said to have proved but a dull and inattentive
scholar,—not from any tardiness in the development of
his imental faculties, but rather from their early activity;
so that, already occupied with his own lively fancies, they
were slow to lend a ready attention to the dull routine of
elementary studies. An occurrence of a very simple
nature is said to have first stirred in him the ambition to
excel in the ordinary studies of his age. The boy imme-
diately above him in his class had treated him with
cruelty, and at length kicked him so severely in the
stomach as to occasion him very great pain. It affords a
pleasing proof of the natural nobleness of his disposition,
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that he seems to have sought no other revenge than that
of excelling his persecutor. He immediately applied
himself with great diligence to his studies, till he suc-
ceeded in getting above him in the school, and the stimu-
lus once received, he never rested till he had attained the
top of his class.

The first original bent which Newton’s mind displayed
was that of mechanical invention. He early provided
himself with a complete assortment of little tools,—saws,
hammers, files, and the like, which he acquired great
dexterity in handling; and while his companions were
busy in the play-ground, the little philosopher would be
industriously labouring in some quiet corner to complete
some original mechanical contrivance, or to perfect the
model of one that had excited his interest.

In his twelfth year, he was sent to the public school
at Grantham. There chanced at this time to be a wind-
mill erecting in the neighbourhood, which immediately
attracted his attention;—he daily employed his leisure
time in watching its progress, and acquired so thorough
a knowledge of the machinery, that he constructed a
small working model of it, which he placed on the top of
the house where he lodged, and delighted himself and his
young friends by observing it put in motion by the wind.
The machinery was so complete a copy of the original as
to excite general admiration; but this he farther improved
upon by an ingenious contrivance for propelling it by
means of a mouse, which was stimulated to exert its
power by unavailing attempts to reach some corn placed
over its head. This he styled his miller, and by means
of this motive power he gratified himself by observing the
action of the machinery in his study.

The next mechanical contrivance of Isaac was a water-
clock. On the top of an upright box he placed another,
adapted as a reservoir of water, which was perforated with
a small hole, and by the continual dropping of the water
NEWTON. 45

« float was kept in motion that turned the index of the
dial-plate as it rose. The young inventor perfected this
ingenious contrivance with such care, that it was used as
a clock long after his departure, by Mr. Clarke, a surgeon,
with whom he lodged while at Grantham; and Dr. Stukely
records a conversation he held with him many years
afterwards, at the Royal Society, on the value of such
instruments, and the obstacles to their perfection and
durability.

Newton is described at this time as “a sober, silent,
thinking lad,” fond of retirement, and little disposed to
quarrel with his own company. Yet with all this love
of retirement, he manifested no shade of misanthropy.
He was the same active little philosopher among his
_ school-fellows as in his own study, and delighted in ap-
plying his constructive talents to their aid. He intro-
duced the flying of paper kites, and laboured with as
much zeal in calculating their most effective form and
proportions, and determining the position for attaching
the string and tail, as ever he did in maturer years to
ascertain the laws of motion of the heavenly bodies.
It was his delight, also, to construct paper lanterns, which
he attached to the tail of the kites in a dark night, and
filled the country round with portentous rumours of
meteors and fiery flying comets. He amused _ himself
likewise with the use of his pencil, in which he obtained
great proficiency, varying his occupations again by em-
ploying his constructive abilities in framing his most
successful productions; and to this, as he grew older, he
added that of writing verse, occasionally superadding
these efforts of his muse, as a further adornment to his
drawings. Few of these early productions have been
preserved; but the strict subjection of the imaginative
‘aculties to the other mental powers, which he invariably
displayed, renders i+ improbable that such early efforts
exhibited much poetic fervour.
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But while the studious scholar was employed, as we have
described, in amusing himself with ingenious manifesta-
tions of mechanical skill, his attention seems to have been
directed thus early to the movements of the heavenly
bodies. We have already described his construction of
a water-clock, and the completion of this, with the difii-
culties experienced in regulating its action, probably sug-
gested the idea of a more perfect means for the measure-
ment of time. By carefully noting the shifting shadows
as they moved along the walls and neighbouring roofs of
his lodging at Grantham, he succeeded in providing what
may be styled a natural dial for his own use; and this he
followed up by tracing out one, corrected by the obser-
vations of successive years, upon one of the walls of the
house, which was long afterwards referred to as a good
time-piece by the neighbourhood, under the name of
Isaac’s dial.

From these pleasing and significant recreations, Newton
was recalled to Woolsthorpe at the age of fifteen, to
assist in the farming operations of the small estate at-
tached to the old manor-house, and to qualify himself for
the position he was then supposed destined to occupy as
a country squire. It will hardly excite wonder that the |
young philosopher proved no adept at farming. He was
too busy with his sun-dials for the correct measurement
of time, to trouble himself much with what might be
deemed the useful occupation of it. “The perusal of a
book,” says his best biographer, Sir David Brewster, “ the
execution of a model, or the superintendence of a water-
wheel of his own construction, whirling the glittering
spray from some neighbouring stream, absorbed all his
thoughts when the sheep were going astray, and the
cattle were devouring or treading down the corn.” Very
useless occupations, doubtless, they must have appeared
for the hereditary farmer of Woolsthorpe.

It fortunately chanced at this time that one of jis
NEWTON. 47

uncles, who was rector at a village some few miles dis-
tant, found him one day seated under a hedge, with his
book in his hand, and so intensely absorbed with his
subject, as not to observe the intruder. His uncle was
surprised, on examining the book, to find he was deep in
the solution of a mathematical problem. He immediately
employed his influence with his mother to allow him to
resume his studies, and as his assistance was not likely
to be greatly missed on the farm, he was forthwith sent
back to Grantham school, whence he proceeded in a few
months to the University of Cambridge, and entered on
the real studies of his life at Trinity College.

Of his early studies at Cambridge even less is known
than of his juvenile proceedings at Grantham. His re-
served and meditative habits were little calculated to
attract particular notice at a busy university, where closa
study implied no superior mental faculties or peculiar
genius. His own note-books furnish us with the inter-
esting fact that in 1664 he purchased a prism,—the simple
instrument which he turned to such grand results, that
Roubilliac has represented him in the marble statue that
adorns the ante-chapel of Trinity College, holding a prism
in his hand, and looking upward, as if engaged in deep
thought on the mysterious secrets of light.

The progress of Newton at the university is now only
apparent from its own records. In 1668 he took his
degree of Master of Arts; the same year he was appointed
to a senior fellowship, and the following year he suc-
ceeded Dr. Barrow in the Lucasian Professorship of
Mathematics. The period of his appointment to this
honourable office nearly coincides with some of his grand-
est discoveries.

“During the year 1666,” says Sir David Brewster,
“he had applied himself to the grinding of optic glasses
of other figures than spherical, and having, no doubt, ex-
perienced the impracticability of executing such lenses,
48 GENIUS AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES.

the idea of examining the phenomena of colour was one
of those sagacious and fortunate impulses which more
than once led him to discovery.” The wonderful powers
of the telescope, then so recently called into being, were
well calculated to excite the philosophic mind to aim at
pertecting it. Only half a century before had Galileo,
while at Venice, been struck by the rumour of such a dis-
covery,—a tube containing glass lenses, that brought
distant objects near at hand. We have already detailed
the proceedings of the great Tuscan philosopher. The
idea instantly struck him as one of the utmost value to
science, and by the knowledge he possessed of the pro-
perty of the glass lenses, he constructed several telescopes
of increasing power, the last of which magnified nearly a
thousand times. The very first time he directed this new
instrument to the heavens, he discovered three of J upiter’s
moons.

Newton applied his investigations to the discovery of
the properties of light itself. By means of a prism he
examined the curious phenomena of different colours
termed the prismatic hues; and after having defined the
regular appearance and relative position of each hue, he
observed that the red rays were invariably the least bent
from the straight line, and the violet rays the most SO,
and that each colour has its own specific and unchanging
angle of refraction; from whence he drew the important
conclusion that light consists of rays differing in colour
and refrangibility.

No sooner had Newton established this important truth,
than he proceeded to apply it to remove the imperfection of
that valuable instrument the telescope. The cause of itg
defects at once became apparent, for, since the rays of
every different colour were refracted at a different angle,
they must each converge to a different focus; and hence
in the refracting telescope the eye must receive the per-
fect image of the object formed by the rays of one colour,
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and a series of imperfect and confused ones occasioned
by the radiations of the other colours at their different
angles. Satisfied of this, Newton at once abandoned ali
idea of further improvement in this kind of telescope,
and by applying the principle of reflection, at length
completed an instrument which has formed the basis of
all the improvements in the telescope. We shall not
attempt to explain the value of this new principle further
than to state, that as he found all colours are reflected
regularly, so that the angle of reflection is equal to the
angle of incidence, the divergence of the rays was thus
corrected, and the image restored to a uniform combina-
tion of the rays of light before it was received on the eye.

Amid these interesting speculations, Newton was forced
to quit Cambridge by the breaking out of the plague
there in 1666, and more than two years elapsed before he
made any further progress in the subject.

it was while spending this period of retirement at
Woolsthorpe Manor-House, that the first idea oceurred to
him of that wonderful law of gravitation that finally
resulted in the system of the universe, which forms the
main subject of his immortal work, the Principia. The
popular account of this interesting suggestive thought is
well known. Sitting one day in his garden at Wools-
thorpe, he observed an apple fall from a neighbouring
tree; and reflecting on the power of that principle of
gravitation by which it was thus brought to the earth, he
arrived at that magnificent theory which he afterwards
demonstrated to the world.

‘The latest biographer of Newton, while admitting that
the idea occurred to him at this period, and while seated
in his garden, has thrown a doubt on this popular anec-
dote. But resting as it does on very early tradition, and
having been related by M. Biot, on the authority of Pem-
berton, the contemporary and friend of Newton, there
seems no object gained by challenging so natural and
probable a narrative.

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An aged apple-tree in the garden of the old manor-
house long attracted notice by the tradition which asso-
ciated it with a discovery so important. It was blown
down about sixteen years since, but the present owner of
Woolsthorpe has had an arm chair formed out of the wood,
and in this form it still remains near its old site as an
interesting memorial of the great philosopher whose
youth and manhood were passed there, and whose most
unportant reflections were followed out beneath its shade.



CHAPTER V.,
THE SYSTEM OF THE UNIVERSE.

NEWTON returned to Cambridge in 1668, where we
soon afterwards find him engaged in applying his recent
discoveries as to the nature of light to the construction
of a telescope calculated to obviate the defects that had
heretofore limited the powers of that instrument. His
success was such as must have amply realized his highest
expectations. This first reflecting telescope ever executed,
though only six inches long, and constructed with very
imperfect materials, was yet found nearly equal in power
to a six-foot instrument on the old principle. It was sent
to the Royal Society of London at. the request of some
of the most eminent scientific men of that day, and the
same year a minute description of the instrument and the
principle of its construction, was published in the “ Philo-
sophical Transactions.” This telescope is still in the
possession of the Royal Society. It is carefully preserved
in the library at Somerset House, as one of the most
valued treasures of the Society, and on the stand of it 4
plate bears the following inscription :—

INVENTED BY SIR ISAAC NEWTON,
AND MADE WITH HIS OWN HANDs, 1671.
THE SYSTEM OF TILE UNIVERSE. 51

Newton’s discovery of the fundamental properties of
light swept away a cumbrous array of illogical definitions
by which ignorance had sought to satisfy itself, and
account for the phenomena which he at once reduced to
simple laws. Sir David Brewster thus beautifully ex-
hibits the effects of Newton’s Theory of Light in reveal-
ing the means by which the beauty and diversity that
nature displays is produced: “Tf,” says he, “the objects
of the material world had been illuminated with white
light, all the particles of which possessed the same degree
of refrangibility, and were equally acted upon by the
bodies on which they fall, all nature would shine with a
leaden hue, and all the combinations of external objects,
and all the features of the human countenance, would
have exhibited no other variety than that which they
possess in a pencil-sketch or a China ink drawing. The
rainbow itself would have dwindled into a narrow arch of
white light; the stars would have shone through a grey
sky; and the mantle of a wintry twilight would have
replaced the golden vesture of the rising and the setting
sun; but He who has exhibited such matchless skill in
the organization of material bodies, and such exquisite
taste in the forms upon which they are modelled, has
superadded that ethereal beauty which enhances their
permanent qualities, and presents them to us in the ever-

varying characters of the spectrum. Without this the
foliage of vegetable life might have filled the eye and
fostered the fruit which it veils; but the youthful green
of its spring would have been blended with the dying
yellow of its autumn. Without this the diamond might
have displayed to science the beauty of its forms, and
yielded to the arts its adamantine virtues, but would have
ceased to shine in the chaplet of beauty, and to sparkle
in the diadem of princes. Without this, the human
countenance might have expressed all the sympathies of
the heart, but ‘the purple light of love’ would not have
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risen on the cheek, nor the hectic flush been the herald
of its decay.”

From these valuable, but secondary observations, how-
ever, we turn to his grand idea of the universality of
the law of gravitation, which we have already seen
suggested to the reflective mind of Newton, and which
he now proceeded to test by the laborious calculations of
mathematical science. No incident recorded in the life
of Newton so distinctly exhibits the sound character of
his clear and philosophic mind as that which he displayed
when he proceeded to apply his theory of gravitation to
account for the orbitual motions of the earth. Being
absent from books, he took the common estimate then
received of the measurement of the earth, which differed
nearly ten miles in every degree from the true one,—the
consequence of which was, that the force of gravity
differed by a sixth from that which is observable in the
true motion of the moon in her orbit; from which he
concluded that some other cause must co-operate with
this force in producing its motion. Being unable to
discover this supposed second force, he at once laid these
speculations aside, and returned to the investigations in
optics, which we have described. It was not till sixteen
years later that an occurrence of a very interesting nature
Jed him to resume the subject. At a meeting of the
Royal Society, the measurement of a degree of the
meridian, which had been executed by M. Pichard three
years before, became the subject of conversation. From
this Newton calculated the diameter of the earth, and
immediately resumed his calculations as to the effect of
gravity on the moon. In the progress of his calculation
from these new data, finding that it manifestly tended
towards the long-wished-for result, he was thrown into
such a state of excitement, that he was unable to pro-
ceed, and had to entreat one of his friends to complete it
for him. ‘The result was such as to confirm his previous
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ideas, establishing this grand law of universal gravitation
as ruling the motions of the spheres, and binding into one
great family the remotest stars that spangle the nightly
sky. ,

It is obvious from the promptness with which Newton
availed himself of the new data as to the circumference
of the earth, that the conviction of this power had never
been abandoned by him; and now, after so many years
of suspense, the influence of such a result on his mind
might well excite in him these unwonted feelings. No
sooner had he recognized this universal law in its first
results, than he pursued it to its remotest consequences,
with a boldness of thought never before displayed in
science. The whole material universe, with all the com-
plicated movements of the heavenly bodies, were at once
presented to his mind as the result of one grand, simple,
and all-pervading force.

Who that considers the vastness of these truths thus
disclosed to the mind of Newton, will wonder that in the
great philosopher should be found also the humble Chris- -
tian;—that he who had learned so much more than any
other of the secrets of Creation, and who had discovered
in the objects of the astronomer'’s investigation evidences
of an all-pervading power and governance undreamt-of
before, should, more than any other, acknowledge the
force of that declaration, “'The heavens declare the glory
of God, and the firmament showeth forth his handy-
work.” His thoughts on this memorable occasion might
well be rendered in the words of the great divine, Dr.
Chalmers, whose recent and sudden death has excited so
universal a feeling of regret. “In yon gilded canopy
of heaven we see the broad aspect of the universe, where
each shining point presents us with a sun, and each sun
with a system of worlds,—where the Deity reigns in all
the grandeur of His high attributes, where He peoples
immensity with His wonders and travels in the great-
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hess of Ilis strength through the dominions of one vast
and unlimited monarchy.”

We have already witnessed the intolerance and bigotry
which followed the great Tuscan philosopher through
every step of his magnificent disclosures. No Inquisition
watched with blind jealousy over the great discoveries of
the English philosopher, yet the same spirit of ignorant
narrow-mindedness assailed the truths he made known.
So much was he affected by the acrimony and abuse with
which he was assailed, that he determined on suppressing
the Third Book of his Principia, which contains the
theory of comets. Fortunately, however, the solicitations
of his friends induced him to submit to their desire for
the publication of the entire work, which appeared in a
complete form in the year 1687.

Some idea may be formed of the profundity of the
discoveries which this work contained, from the fact that
only two or three of Newton’s contemporaries throughout
Europe were capable of understanding it. “ A work,”
says his recent biographer, “which is memorable not only
in the annals of one science or of one country, but which
will form an epoch in the history of the world, and will
ever be regarded as the brightest page in the records of
human reason.” The extent of knowledge which Newton
forthwith deduced from his great discovery is scarcely
conceivable to ordinary minds. Heat once calculated the
quantity of matter in the sun, and in all the planets that
have satellites. He further proved the specific gravity
of each, by means of which he at once determined their
relative weight; and following out with patient sagacity
the just deductions from the universal law, he discovered
the cause of tides, of the spherical form of the planets,
as modified by the revolution of each round its own axis:
and of the motion of comets, and their relation as mem-
bers of our solar system.

But from these marvellous disclosures of science, we
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turn to the interesting studies with which the great
Christian philosopher solaced his leisure. It is delightful
to find the humble and teachable spirit of the Christian
allied to such gigantic powers of intellect. ‘To the infidel
philosophers of France it appeared altogether unaccount-
able that the discoverer of the primary laws of the uni-
verse should have spent his time in writing a series o
Letters on the existence of a Deity; or that he should have
seriously devoted himself to the study of the prophetic
writings of the Old Testament Scriptures, and of the
mysterious revelations of the Apocalypse.

To Newton’s great mind, however, the book of Reve-
lation appeared as the work of the same hand that built
the sky, and called into being the innumerable stars
whose vastness and immensity were better understood by
him than by any one who had before sought to investi-
gate their secrets. No amount of knowledge excited him
to presumption, but, on the contrary, we find him exhibit-
ing the docility of a child in the investigation of every
new truth, and the humility of one who felt that he had
only discovered enough to see how vast and unsearchable
are the depths of knowledge in God’s works, which will
employ eternity in searching them out. Far more than
any one before, Newton had learned that “The heavens
declare the glory of God, and the firmament showeth his
handywork. Day unto day uttereti speech, and night
unto night showeth knowledge. There is no speech nor
language wherein their voice is not heard. Their line is
gone out through all the earth, and their words to the
end of the world. In them hath he set a tabernacle for
the sun, which is as a bridegroom coming out of his
chamber, and rejoiceth as a strong man to run a race.
His going forth is from the end of the heaven, and his
circuit unto the ends of it: and there is nothing hid from
the heat thereof. The law of the Lord is perfect.”

The sole acknowledgment ot his great mental powers
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which Newton had yet received was his appointment to
the chair of Mathematics at Cambridge, and this had pre-
ceded his most important discoveries. A great change
now, however, occurred to him, influencing the character
and occupations of his future life. He had reached his
fifty-third year, without a single token of recognition by
his country of aught that he had accomplished in the
cause of science. His friends had in vain endeavoured
to obtain from Government some addition to the strait-
ened income which, up to this time, had received no
augmentation since his appointment to the Lucasian
Chair. One of his early college friends, Charles Montague,
afterwards Earl of Halifax, who had sat along with him
in the Convention Parliament, had ever continued to look
up to him with the veneration and love of a disciple, and
co operated with him on various occasions in promoting
the objects the great philosopher had at heart. In 1694,
Montague was appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer,
and one of the first uses he made of his elevation was
to recommend Newton to the office of Warden of the
Mint, with a salary of £600 a-year.

In fulfilment of the duties of his new office, Newton
had now to exchange the seclusion of a College life, with
the pleasing occupation of his scientific investigations, for
the bustling scenes of the capital. Under his able super-
intendence, the entire money of the realm was renewed
within two years after his appointment, and four years
after his removal to London he was promoted to the
Mastership of the Mint, an office worth from twelve to
fiiteen hundred pounds a-year. Honours now flowed
upon the great philosopher. He was elected one of the
earliest foreign members of the Royal Academy of Sciences
at Paris; in 1701 he was again chosen as the representa-
tive of his University in the British Parliament; and in
1705, Queen Anne conferred on him the honour of knight-
hood while on a visit to the University of Cambridge.
THE SYSTEM OF THE UNIVERSE. 57

Jt is unnecessary to follow into minuter details the
history of the greatest philosopher of any age or coun-
try, whom it has been the honour and privilege of Eng-
land to give birth to, and to cherish. About the year
1722, he made arrangements for the publication of a third
edition of the Principia, which appeared with numerous
additions in 1726. Though advancing towards the al-
lotted term of human life, his faculties still retained all
their vigour. His habits were of the simplest character,
his diet remarkably temperate, consisting principally of
vegetables and fruit, and his mode of living plain and
unostentatious, yet characterized by the utmost genero-
sity. He latterly declined all invitations, and was equally
unwilling to break in on his domestic peace with the
bustle of numerous guests. Yet he was eminently social
in his tastes, and delighted in the society of a few con-
genial friends, among whom he would occasionally dis-
close the splendid theories which his great discoveries in
astronomy suggested to his mind. His mind remained
strong and vigorous to the last; and on Monday the 20th
of March, 1727, he expired in the eighty-fifth year of his
ae. ;

The body of the great philosopher lay in state in the
Jerusalem Chamber, and was thence borne to its last
resting-place, near the entrance to the choir in West-
minster Abbey. His funeral was attended by the most
learned and noble in the land. The pall was borne by
the Lord High Chancellor, the Dukes of Roxburghe and
Montrose, and the Earls of Pembroke, Sussex, and Mac-
clesfield, all fellows of the Royal Society, and who doubt-
less felt that in bearing the body of Newton to the tomb,
they were not conferring, but receiving honour. A costly
monument was erected to his memory, whereon is en-
graved a Latin inscription, which, after recording his
great discoveries, thus sums up his character:—“ An as-
siduous, sagacious, and faithful interpreter of nature,
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antiquity, and the Holy Scriptures; he asserted in his
philosophy the majesty of God, and exhibited in his life
the simplicity of the Gospel. Jet mortals rejoice that
such a one has existed AN ORNAMENT TO THE HUMAN
Race!”

On the pedestal of the fine statue erected in his own
college at Cambridge, this brief inscription is carved,

Qui genus humanum ingenio superavit.
Who surpassed all men in genius.

But “the pomp of heraldry,” or sculpture’s nobler
honours, can yield but a poor and insufficient tribute to
the worth of this the greatest of men. The reputation
of others, the sages of their time, has waned with the in-
creasing knowledge of succeeding ages ;—they that have
slone as bright suns, illuminating their own generations,
have waxed dim with the increasing light that their own
discoveries gave birth to;—but the reputation of Newton
increases with the discoveries of his successors,—the
noblest of them seem but as the flamens that wait around
this great high priest of nature and truth,—the highest
mtellect bows down with the greatest reverence before
his master-mind.

Newton appears to have shone in every relation of
life. He was generous without ostentation, and so un-—
bounded in his charity as frequently to embarrass himself.
He cherished the great principles of religious toleration
at a period when they were little understood, and ex-
pressed his abhorrence of every form of persecution; while
he boldly defended the rights of his university and the
great principles of Protestantism, when James II. covertly
sought to pave the way for the re-establishment of Popery —
in England, by ordering the University of Cambridge to
admit Father Francis, an ignorant monk of the Benedictine
order, to the rank and privileges of a Master of Arts. He
boreanactive share in the Revolution that followed, by which
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Parliament in 1688, and lent the aid of his powerful in-
tellect to the concocting of those measures, from the
enactment of which his countrymen have ever since dated
the permanent establishment of national liberty. He was
in every respect a noble man, and the truest exhibition
the world has ever witnessed of a CHRistiIAN Putio-
SOPHER.

Such are the noble manifestations of worth and true
greatness which have excited the admiration of every
succeeding age. But among all the characteristics of his
mind which excite our wonder and delight, none are so
remarkable as his modesty ; a modesty which originated
in the vastness of his discoveries. Looking far beyond
all other men into the secrets of the universe, the great-
ness that it disclosed to him only convinced him of the
boundless depths of creation yet unexplored, to which
even his knowledge must be altogether limited and im-
perfect. He knew well the worth of what he had accom-
plished, and, when circumstances compelled him, could
vindicate his claims to his discoveries, and assert their
just value as fundamental truths in science; yet he ex-
claimed a little before his death, “I do not know what I
may appear to the world; but to myself 1 seem to have
been only like a boy playing on the sea-shore, and
diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother
pebble, or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great
ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.”

When we reflect on the character of N ewton, and all
that he has accomplished for the human race, we are lost
in admiration at the greatness, the modesty, and the
simplicity of the man. His great predecessor, Bacon,
declared that his demonstration of the Inductive Philo-
sophy put ordinary men on a level with men of genius.
This was an overstatement and exaggeration, in as far as
it overlooked the necessary superiority of genius while
using the same instrument as the man of ordinar; facul-
60 GENIUS AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES.

ties. In Newton’s case, however, it could be far more
justly said that he supplied a key to the whole system of
nature, by which hypothesis was supplanted, and philo-
sophic reasoning almost rendered superfluous, so that it
only remained for the future student of science to enlarge
his powers of observation by material means, and to
multiply his store of facts, and then applying to these
the great laws established by Newton, at once to reduce
the whole to order and system.

Newton presents the remarkable instance of a disco-
verer, who at the end of nearly a century and a half after
the promulgation of his chief discoveries,—during which
time the objects of his chief study have become the sub-
ject of keenest investigation in an age remarkable for
scientific activity,—still retains, by universal consent, the
pre-eminent position of unequalled genius in the history
of the human race. He was the first to introduce the
beautiful principle on which the reflecting telescope is
constructed, yet how vast the strides that have been
made since his time in the improvement of this instru-
ment. Herschell considered that his ten feet telescope
possessed a power of penetrating space that enabled him
to descry a star twenty-eight and a half times farther off
than those we see with the naked eye. If we reflect
for a moment on the vast distance of the very nearest of
these, and multiply it hy that increase of power, how
vastly enlarged is the sphere of our observation. Yet
that is a trifle when compared with the Rosse telescope,
that has astonished the scientific world in our own day,
and promises to form a new epoch in the history of
sciences. Its powers almost exceed the ordinary defini-
tions of arithmetic. It could descry a cluster of stars
consisting of 5000 individuals, were it situated three
hundred thousand times deeper in space than Sirius pro-
bably is! This wonderful instrument has searched the
heavens, and still we return from its observations to the
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great laws established by Newton, and to the nobler sim-
plicity of his Christian faith, and acknowledge him ag
the greatest among the sons of genius. With the teach-
able docility of a child, and yet with the earnest perse-
verance of high intellectual activity, he read from the
great book of nature her marvellous and untold laws,
whereby the universe is ruled; he explained to all that
God governed the world by laws wonderful in their
simplicity ; while yet he taught others by his example
that therein he the more discovered the majesty and in-
finite power of the Creator and Preserver of all things.
God not only has created all things, but all things subsist
only by his sustaining power, as completely as they owed
their first being to his word. “He literally creates the
universe every moment. Every instant is a new morning
of creation. He is the Alpha and the Omega, the be-
ginning and the ending; the Creator, the Sustainer, the
Provider, in whom we live, move, and have our being.”




Genius and the sine Arts.

CHAPTER I.
GIOVANNI CIMABUE.

hea aa N the preceding chapters we have directed the
NG Wav veader’s attention to what great men, by
assiduous labour and unfailing perseverance,
have accomplished for humanity in the world
of science. We shall now proceed to show that no less
has been achieved in the world of art. And the reader
will do well to remember that mankind can no more do
without the artist than without the philosopher. For
it is specially the province of the former to cultivate the
emotional side of man’s nature, to refine his taste, to de
velop his imaginative faculties, and to accustom him to
the pursuit of a lofty ideal of grace, beauty, and purity.

In early life, extraordinary capacity rarely indeed
fails to manifest its powers; yet. even the strongest
minds are swayed by external circumstances, and it
often seems as if some slight and altogether fortui-
tous chance had determined the bent of men of
genius, and pointed out for them the path whereon to


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win worthy achievements. That peculiar genius which
manifests itself in the production of works of Art, has
oftener than any other, exhibited itself as a ruling passion
forming with the opening mind; and in no case is this
more strikingly apparent than in the history of Cimabue
and Giotto, the illustrious revivers of Art in the thir-
teenth century.

Giovanni Cimabue, the child of a noble Italian ances-
try, was born at Florence in the year 1240. It has justly
been contended by recent writers that the period was by
no means so entirely destitute of every feeling for Art,
and every opportunity of studying its powers, as Vasari,
the historian of Italian Art, has represented, and numerous
writers that succeeded him have endeavoured to demon-
strate. The period was, on the contrary, altogether
favourable for the enlistment of popular sympathy in
behalf of a great painter.

The Arts had already become the handmaid of religion.
The Cathedral of Pisa was rising in its magnificence of
form, uniting the beauties of sculpture and architecture ;
and,—what was of far greater importance in its perma-
nent influence on the development of every form of
genius,—free institutions were springing up in nearly all
the northern States of Italy. But although Cimabue
may not have a just claim to the title of “The Father of
Modern Painting” in its strictest sense, there is yet
sufficient in his interesting and remarkable history, as one
of the foremost leaders in the revival of Italian Art, to
command our admiration and attract us to the study of
his life.

Giovanni, as the scion of a noble house, enjoyed the
advantages of education at a period when such were
rarely thought of even for the sons of princes. It should
probably, indeed, be received as a proof of the early
genius displayed by the ardent boy, that he was sent by
his parents, when a mere youth, to study under the care
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of the Brothers of the Convent of Santa Maria Novella,
at Florence. He was probably destined thus early for
the Church, in which his own abilities and his family’s
influence would hold out the promise of high, perhaps
even the highest, honours, that were attainable within its
pale. The noble boy, however, was gifted with a way-
ward genius that spurned at the ordinary restraints and
the dull routine of the school-room. Already his mind
displayed its future bent, and the school-book, instead of
affording the theme of a dull and tedious task, was
decorated with the rude crayon drawings of the embryo
painter. |

We can fancy the horror and indignation of the old
monk when he discovered the pastime of his wayward
pupil. School-books in the thirteenth century were very
different things from the penny primers and sixpenny
hornbooks of our own school days. The young Gio-
vanni would have to con his task on some quaint
ulumined missal, probably now worth its weight in gold,
if it still exist on the dusty. shelves of some monastic
library, or, better prized, among the literary treasures of
London or Paris. We fear the professors of Greek and
Latin in the Convent of Santa Maria Novella would adopt
such summary measures to convince their erratic pupil of
the grave nature of his offence, as would most probably
suffice to give him a hearty disgust at learning in general,
Whatever was the reason, it is certain that his parents
freed him from the necessity of pursuing the bent of hig
genius under such troublesome circumstances, and he was
soon afterwards placed under the care of some of the
ablest artists of the time, to acquire a knowledge of the
art of painting, which possessed such strong attractions
for him.

When the great capital of the Roman world was
sinking under the degeneracy and corruption that was
working the overthrow of that vast empire, the Em-
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peror Constantine, in the 328th year of the Christian
era, founded the city that still bears his name, on the
site of the ancient city of Byzantium, on the narrow
channel of the Bosphorus, which connects the Sea of
Marmora with the Euxine or Black Sea. The choice
was admirable, and in every way suited for a great com-
mercial city, had the same wisdom characterized its
government which was displayed in planting it at this
connecting point, as the link between the eastern and
western continents. For a time it flourished as the seat
of learning and the Arts. Its imperial founder enriched
it with treasures of Art taken from all parts of the Roman
world, and soon made it outvie its older rival. The
luxury and dissipation, as well as the seeds of decay and
dissolution, that had already taken root in the huge
and unwieldy Roman empire, were not to be eradicated
by a change of locality of the imperial city. The ener-
vated but still refined Greeks did indeed cultivate the
line Arts, with a taste and enthusiasm altogether un-
known among the ruder natives of the ancient Italian.
peninsula. Painting, sculpture, Mosaic work, and the
illumination of missals, were cultivated there with ardour
and considerable success. But the empire of the east
was destined to rude shocks preparatory to its final
overthrow. It was taken from the degenerate Greeks in
the year 1204, and continued in the hands of their con-
querors, the Franks, for fifty-seven years. Jt was then
retaken by the Greeks in 1261, under the Emperor
Michael Paleologus. Strange scenes were thenceforth
enacted under the sway of the Greek emperors. The
fanatic hordes of Crusaders, driven by the excited elo-
quence of Peter the Hermit, swept across the country,
and perished in thousands around its walls, ere they
could reach the Asiatic shores. The successors of Con-
stantine, the Christian Emperor, bartered the key to the

eastern continent for mercenary bribes, or by duplicity
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and fraud involved those emissaries of the apostles of
the crusades in famine and destruction. The enervated
empire of the east long trembled in the balance. At
length the hour of retribution came. The fanatic hordes
which had been roused by the Moslem prophet within
the bosom of the Asiatic continent, swept with resistless
fury across the narrow straits that divided it from Eu-
rope, and in the year 1453, the capital of the Eastern
empire fell.

The invasion of Christendom by the followers of the
false prophet was calculated to strike every kingdom of
Europe with dismay. Its consequences, however, were
altogether beneficial, and by the immense influence it
exercised on the future progress of Europe, manifested in a
_ striking manner that overruling Providence which guides
the course of human affairs, and makes what seems the
most adverse circumstances work out the accomplish-
ment of beneficent designs. By this means the numerous
valuable manuscripts which had been transcribed and
preserved by the learned Greeks, were sent forth from
their long hiding in the libraries of the convents and
churches of the Eastern empire, when it was no longer
able to preserve them from destruction, and were returned
to the scholars of Italy and the south of Europe, just
when the struggle for civil liberty against the decaying
system of feudal lordship had prepared them to appreciate
these treasures of ancient learning.

Along with the Greek scholars, who were driven from
their native land by the invasion of Mahomet IT., and by
their learning and the manuscripts they brought with
them, aided so largely in preparing Europe for the
Reformation of the sixteenth century, there also fled
into Italy numerous painters and sculptors, who also
contributed towards that revival of the Arts that took
place at an earlier period. The Greek painters, however,
had found their way to Italy long before the tinal Overe

am
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throw of Constantinople, and at the time when the
youthful Giovanni Cimabue was incurring the indignant
censure of the monks of Santa Maria Novella for his
thoughtless defacing of their literary treasures by his
crayon sketches, the church of the convent had been
intrusted to some Greek artists, and was then being
decorated, according to their ideas, in the highest style of
the Arts. |

1'o these Greek artists the young Cimabue was forth-
with committed, as their pupil, and the progress that he
made soon showed how much more congenial were their
instructions, than the dull tasks of the monkish professors
of Greek and Latin, The ability of these foreign artists
was undoubtedly small indeed, and it is even said by
Pilkington, following the early Italian historians, that they
were merely employed to repair the decaying works of
earlier times. “ At that time,” says he, “the Governor
of Florence invited some ordinary Greek artists to that
city, who were employed in one of the churches to repair
the decayed paintings, and Cimabue, already prepos-
sessed in favour of the art, spent whole days in observing
their manner of working, to the entire neglect of his
school education. So strong an attachment to those
Greek painters prevailed with his father to indulge him
in a study to which his genius seemed evidently to direct
him; and he placed Cimabue with them as a disciple,
flattering himself with a hope which appeared prophetic,
that he would one day render himself remarkably eminent,
He received the instructions of his masters with such
eager delight, and applied himself so incessantly to prac-
tice, that in a short time he proved far superior to his
directors in his taste for design and colouring, and painted
with equal readiness in fresco and in distemper; not only
designing historical subjects but also portraits after the
life, which at that time was considered as a wonderful
effort of Art.” ‘To the example thus set by him in the
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interesting field ot portraiture, we owe the preservation
of his own likeness, painted by his contemporary, Simone
Memmi, of Sienna, on the walls of the Chapel degli
Spagnuoli, in the Church of Santa Maria Novella, where
the ardent youth first entered to become the pupil of its
monks and its Greek painters.

It must not be supposed, however, that the bright
Genius who was to win for himself the title of the Father
of Italian Painting, was so entirely seduced from learning
by the attractions of the Arts as to grow up a mere
painter, ignorant of the treasure of sacred and profane
literature from whence the future themes of his pencil
were to be drawn. On the contrary, he is described by
Vasari, as well studied in all the literature of his age,
and proud no less of his learning than of his artistic
skill, The pleasures of Art would indeed absorb his
whole thoughts for a time, but he no doubt speedily
discovered the value and the necessity of learning, and
applied the same vigorous powers to it which mastered
the difficulties of his favourite occupation. He is de-
scribed indeed as exhibiting a haughty and disdainful
temperament, and excessive sensitiveness of disposition.
He was no less proud of his high lineage than of his
reputation as an artist, and displayed both personally and
in his works the bold and daring spirit of Michael Angelo,
without that grace and gentleness of Raphael, which led
the passionate Italians to apply to him the epithet
* divine.”

Cimabue displayed great versatility of genius. He
excelled as an architect and a Mosaic worker, no less
than as a painter. He established a school at Florence
from which great painters proceeded, and he especially,
the glorious Giotto, who, with no proud birth, and no
advantages derived from a noble ancestry, rose to the
attainment of enduring and worthy fame, by his own
noble genius. The enthusiasm excited by the first zreat
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vorks of Cimabue affords a characteristic illustration of
che fervour of that sensitive and highly excitable people.
Yet it is only when compared with the imbecile works of
his predecessors that we are able to appreciate the
applause of his enthusiastic fellow-countrymen. Mrs.
Jamieson, the critical historian of the Italian painters,
remarks of Cimabue:—He executed many pictures in the
famous Church of St. Francis, at Assisi, in the decoration
of which many of the best artists of the thirteenth and
fourteenth centuries were employed. “Judging from the
fragments which remain, he showed a decided improve-
ment in drawing, in dignity of attitude, and in the
expression of life, but still the figures have only just so
much of animation and significance as are absolutely
necessary to render the story or action intelligible. There
is no variety, no express imitation of nature. Being
recalled by his affairs to Florence, about 1270, he painted
there the most celebrated of all his works, the Madonna
aud infant Christ, for the Church of Santa Maria Novella.
This Madonna, of a larger size than any which had been
previously executed, had excited in its progress great
curiosity and interest among his fellow-citizens, for Cima-
bue refused to uncover it to public view: but it happened
about that time that Charles of Anjou, brother of Louis
IX., being on his way to take possession of the kingdom
of Napies, passed through Florence, and was received
and feasted by the nobles of that city; and among other
entertainments, they conducted him to visit the atelier
of Cimabue, which was in a garden near the Porta Santa
Piero: on this festive occasion the Madonna was unco-
vered, and the people in joyous crowds hurried thither to
look upon it, rending the air with exclamations of delight
and astonishment, whence this quarter of the city ob-
tained and has kept ever since the name of the Borgo
Allegri. The Madonna, when finished, was carried with
great pomp from the atelier of the painter to the church
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for which it was destined, accompanied by the magistrates
of the city, by music, and by crowds of people in solemn
and festive procession. This well-known anecdote has
lent a venerable charm to the picture, which is yet to be
seen in the Church of Santa Maria Novella; but it is
dificult in this advanced state of art to sympathise with
the naive enthusiasm it excited in the minds of a whole
people six hundred years ago. Though not without a
certain grandeur, the form is very stiff, with long lean
fingers and formal drapery, little varying from the Byzan-
tine models; but the infant Christ is better, the angels on
either side have a certain elegance and dignity, and the
colouring in its first freshness and delicacy had a charm
hitherto unknown. After this Cimabue became famous
in all Italy.”

Modern historians of the Italian Arts have combated
the right of Cimabue to enjoy the title which has been
awarded to him for centuries, of “Father of Modern
Painting,” and have enlarged on his haughty and disdain-
ful manner, his proud bearing and fiery temperament;
yet after all he possessed some of the most valuable
characteristics of a noble and generous mind. He inspired,
by his skill and enthusiasm, a hearty sympathy in the
popular mind for the art which he was restoring to its true
position, as a source of national instruction and high men-
tal gratification. He devoted himself with all the energy
of a powerful and well-regulated mind to attain to this
noble eminence, as the instructor of his people; and he
manifested at the same time that true characteristic of a
generous mind, the readiness to impart his knowledge to
others. He nobly paved the way for his own overthrow
in the triumph of his great pupil Giotto. Let it never
be forgot by those who labour to disparage his long-con-
ceded right to the title of “Father of Modern Painting,”
as he who first returned to nature for the true models of
art, that his claim to such is far more effectually esta-
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blished by his undisputed right to that of “ the Futher of
Modern Painters.”

Cimabue was born in the dawn of a great revival, and
he experienced the fate of the morning star, whose light
is eclipsed in the bright morning beams. Dante, the
friend of Giotto, exclaims, in his Vision of Purgatory :—

“OQ powers of men! how vain your glory, nipt
E’en in its height of verdure, if an age
Less bright succeed not. Cimabue thought
To lord it over painting’s field; and now
The cry is Giotto’s, and his name eclipsed.”

Nevertheless Cimabue enjoyed, while he lived, all the
honours and rewards that await upon worthy achievements.
Ife lived chiefly at Florence, but his fame extended
throughout the kingdoms of Italy, and he attained the
age of sixty, honoured as one of whom his country might
be proud. He died in his native city about the year
1302,—for the exact date has not been noted by his bio-
graphers,—and was borne in honourable procession to
the Church of Santa Maria del Fore, where he lies interred.
The following brief but pointed epitaph was inscribed on
his tomb, in proof of the high estimation that was awarded
to him—

‘“*Cimabue thought he held the mastery over the field of painting;
So did he, living ;—now he holds his place among the stars of heaven.”

The countenance of Cimabue, as represented in the por-
trait of him still preserved in the Church of Santa Maria
Novella at Florence, exhibits a noble and manly ex-
pression, though disfigured with the ridiculous monk’s
hood, which is so frequent an appendage to the likenesses
of the early poets and painters of Italy. The profile is
beautifully moulded, yet with a very marked expression
of thought, tinged in a slight degree with the aristocratic
hauteur which is ascribed to him. However the modern
connoisseur may smile at the enthusiasm of the early Flor-
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entines, bearing the Madonna of Cimabue in festive tri-
umph, amid music, and the shouts of the applauding popu-
lace, to the church whose altar it was destined to adorn,
there can be no question that Cimabue was one of the
foremost to give that impetus to Italian Art which finally
led on to such noble results. Bearing in view the noble
enthusiasm by which he was stimulated in early years,
and the generosity with which he imparted his acquire-
ments to others,—of which our next chapter presents a
more ample illustration,—it were hard indeed to rob him
of the fame he has so long enjoyed, because the impetus
he gave to the Arts was followed by a corresponding and
progressive triumph.

CHAPTER IL.
GIOTTO.

GIOVANNI Cimabue, the haughty descendant of the
nobles of Florence, strolling one day through the lovely
Campagna that stretches around his native city beneath
the lovely blue Italian sky, was attracted by the intent-
ness with which a young shepherd boy was poring over a
piece of slate which he held in his hand. The painter
drew near, and was surprised to find that the young pea-
sant was drawing, by means of a bit of pointed stone, a
picture of one of his flock, which grazed at a little dis-
tance. ‘The sketch was vigorous and correct, for Giotto,
the peasant-boy, had long amused himself, and beguiled
his tedious and half-idle hours, while tending his flocks
on the Campagua, by sketching figures and objects of any
kind that attracted his notice. Cimabue was astonished
and delighted at the performance of the untutored boy,
and asked him if he would accompany him to Florence,
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and learn the art for which he showed so intuitive a capa-
city. We can fancy the delight with which the eager
yet bashful boy would seize on the proffered opportunity
of following out the delightful amusements of his idle
hours, and exchanging the shepherd’s crook for the pencil
and the palette of the painter. Giotto declared himself
well content to follow the generous stranger to the neigh-
bouring city, and become his pupil and assistant in the
noble art. The father of the boy, a humble herdsman of
the name of Rondone, who tended his flocks in the valley
of Vespignano, was appealed to by Cimabue, and gladly
consented that his son should follow him, and forsake the
flocks of the Campagna, which had served for his earliest
study.

The memory of this picturesque and interesting story
still lingers as a pleasing association with these broad
Itahan plains. Imagination pictures there the earnest
shepherd-boy, absorbed in his self-taught art, while his
flocks are spreading abroad to graze on the rich verdtre
that surrounds him. Rogers, in his delightful Italian
scenes, associates both the peasant Giotto and the noble
of Florence with the Campagna, as he exclaims—

“°Tis morning. Let us wander tirough the fields
Where Cimabue found a shepherd boy,
Tracing his idle fancies on the ground;

And let us from the top of Fiesole,

Whence Galileo’s glass by night observed
The phases of the moon, look round below

On Arno’s vale, where the dove-coloured steer
Is ploughing up and down among the vines,
While many a careless note is sung aloud,
Filling the air with sweetness—and on thee,
Beautiful FLORENCE.”

Here at least our obligations to Cimabue are unques-
tionable. Ifwe owe the less to him as an artist, we are the
more deeply indebted to him as the generous patron who
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drew from poverty and obscurity the genius who has ex-
ercised so wide and enduring an influence on the Arts, and
with no niggard or jealous hand lavished on him all the
aid and instruction which it was his fortune to be able to
bestow. Honoured be the name of the noble Florentine,
who by his generosity linked his name with that of the
gifted peasant whose works and influence so far eclipsed
his own.

There is something peculiarly significant in the em-
ployment in which we find Giotto engaged while tending
his flocks. He was to restore to the Arts the grace and
beauty of nature, which had altogether disappeared from
the traditional forms of the Greek painters, and which
had obtained very slight aid from the bolder advances of
his master. We find him in the Campagna, with nature
for his model, not seeking to discover in his own untu-
tored fancy an inventive faculty that should supersede
the grace and beauty of nature, but turning to her, as the
true painter and the true poet will ever do, in her sim-
plest and most familiar forms.

Cimabue having undertaken the education of the
shepherd-boy, neglected no means to accomplish the
object he aimed at, of training him up as his successor in
the noble art. Giotto was not then fourtcen years of
age, and no doubt entirely destitute of all learning. To
this therefore his noble patron first directed his attention.
and placed him for instruction in the scholarship which
was then most in repute, under the care of Brunctty
Latini, the same teacher to whom the nobly-born Dante
was committed for the acquirement of those branches of
learning necessary to fit him for his destined duties as a
ieader and magistrate of Florence.

Very little information is preserved to us of the in-
tercourse between Cimabue and Giotto, in their mutual
relations of friend and pupil. There is every reason, how-
ever, for believing that it was altogether pleasing and
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satisfactory. Giotto was at the age of twenty-six when
he lost his friend and master. He was already celebrated
as a painter, and his society sought by the most influen-
tial men of his time. Doubtless, among the crowd of
friends and fellow-citizens that followed the noble Floren-
tine to his tomb in the Church of Santa Maria Novella,
where he had first been attracted by the labours of the
Greek decorators, none mourned his loss more deeply and
sincerely than the great artist who owed to his generous
patronage his introduction to learning and the Arts, and
to the society of the noble and honoured among the
citizens of Florence. Cimabue’s generosity doubtless
met an ample reward in the success of his pupil, but he
was otherwise repaid for his kindness. Mrs. Jamieson,
who has visited Italy, and examined the works of its
early painters with the zeal of an enthusiast, guided by
a sound discriminating taste, remarks:—“ When Giotto
lost his friend and master he was already an accomplished
man as well as a celebrated painter, and the influence of
his large original mind upon the later works of Cimabue
is distinctly to be traced.”

Giotto was speedily engaged on the most important
public works, and rapidly improved in grace and beauty
of expression. In many of his paintings he has intro-
duced the portraits of eminent contemporaries, and to
this practice, exhibited in one of his very earliest public
efforts, we owe the preservation of a singularly interesting
likeness of the great poet Dante in his youthful years,
while yet the bright visions of love and hope were
present in his mind, and he shared in the honours and the
duties of a noble citizen of Florence. “The first re-
corded performance of Giotto,” says the historian of the
early Italian painters, “was a painting on the wail of the
Palazzo della Podesta, or council-chamber of Florence,
in Which were introduced the portraits of Dante, Brunetto
Latini, Corso Donati, and others. Vasari speaks of these
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works as the first successful attempts at portraiture in
the history of modern Art. They were soon afterwards
plastered or whitewashed over during the triumph of the
enemies of Dante; and for ages, though known to exist,
they were lost and buried from sight. The hope of
recovering these most interesting portraits had long been
entertained, and various attempts had been made at dif-
ferent times without success, till at length, as late as
1840, they were brought to light by the perseverance
and enthusiasm of Mr. Bezzi, an Italian gentleman, now
residing in England. On comparing the head of Dante,
painted when he was about thirty, prosperous and distin-
guished in his native city, with the later portraits of him
when an exile, worn, wasted, embittered by misfortune
and disappointment and wounded pride, the difference of
expression is as touching as the identity in feature is
indubitable.

The attention which in his childhood Giotto seems to
have given to all natural forms and appearances, showed
itself in his earlier pictures; he was the first to whom it
occurred to group his personages into something like a
situation, and to give to their attitudes and features the
expression adapted to it: thus, in a very early picture of
the Annunciation he gave to the Virgin a look of fear:
and in another, painted some time afterwards, of the
Presentation in the Temple, he made the Infant Christ
shrink from the priest, and turning, extend his little arms
to his mother—the first attempt at that species of grace
and naiveté of expression afterwards carried to perfection
by Raffaelle. These and other works painted in his
native city so astonished his fellow-citizens, and all who
beheld them, by their beauty and novelty, that they seem
to have wanted adequate words in which to express the
excess of their delight and admiration, and insisted that
the figures of Giotto so completely beguiled the sense
that they were mistaken for realities ;’—a common-place
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emogium, the author justly adds, merited only by the most
common-place and mechanical painters. Nevertheless it
must be regarded as the honest though ill-expressed
language of admiration which his performances elicited
from his fellow-countrymen.

The fame of Giotto soon spread through Italy, and the
Ligh character of his works exercised its influence on the
taste of the age. The reputation of his marvellous skill
extended to the court of Rome, and a messenger was
despached by the Pope to invite him there. The papal
throne was at this time occupied by the haughty and
turbulent Benedetto Gaetani, who succeeded Celestine V.
in 1294, and assumed the title of Boniface VUI. The
history of this early patron of the Arts abounds with
some of the most remarkable of those strange and fright-
ful manifestations of vice and unrestrained ambition
which so frequently mark the history of that succession
of priestly rulers who claim their office as the heirs of
St. Peter. Celestine had only held that coveted summit
of earthly grandeur and power for a few months, when he
was persuaded by the Cardinal Gaetani to abdicate,
on the ground of incapacity. No sooner had Gaetani
stepped into the throne of his wretched dupe than he
committed him a prisoner to the Castle of Fumone, where
he died shortly afterwards, as was generally believed, of
famine. Boniface was one of the most haughty asserters
of the supremacy of the Pope over all kings and nations,
no less in temporal than in spiritual affairs. He was the
first to grant those plenary indulgences as the reward of a
pilgrimage to Rome, which had previously been reserved
as the exclusive prize of those who perilled their lives
for the recovery of the Holy Sepulchre from the Infidels;
and by this means he brought vast sums of money into
the Roman treasury. Boniface, however, soon involved
himself in a contest that demanded all the wealth of the
Church's coffers to carry it ont. His Legate to France, —
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a winion for whom he had created a bishopric within that
kingdom, without the French King’s consent,— behaved
with such insolence to the French monarch, Philip le Bel,
that he commanded his arrest. Upon this Boniface ex-
communicated the King, placed his kingdom under inter-
dict, and wrote to Albert of Austria, declaring him King
by right of his supreme authority, and inviting him to
make war against France. Philip assembled the states of
the kingdom, and laid before them a series of charges
against his haughty opponent; accusing him of simony,
heresy, licentiousness, and sorcery; and appealing against
him to a general council. Such was Pope Boniface VIIL.,
whose messenger arrived at Florence to invite the rising
artist, Giotto, to visit his Holiness at Rome.

A curious anecdote is related of the first interview
between Giotto and the messenger of the Pope. The
latter was apparently as fully impressed with the great-
ness and condescension of his Holiness, and of the im-
portance of his messenger, as the French Legate, whose
haughtiness involved his master in a struggle that only
ended with his life. It no doubt appeared to him an act
of favour on the part of the Pope requiring the posses-
sion of very peculiar and rare gifts in Giotto to account
for it; and he accordingly demanded that the artist
should produce in his presence some evidence of his skill
that would satisfy him he was the person whom the Pope
desired to see. Gictto immediately produced a piece of
paper, and with a single sweep of his pencil produced a
circle so perfect “that it appeared a miracle to behold.”
The anecdote must be regarded as furnishing no less
conclusive evidence of the simplicity of the age, and
the very slight advances that the predecessors of Giotto
had made in the Arts, than of the skill and freedom with
which Giotto could handle his pencil. Nevertheless, it
was at once accepted by the messenger of Pope Boniface
as an indisputable proof of his pre-eminent talents, and
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the story has passed into a familiar Italian proverb: —
“Rounder than the O of Giotto,” meaning thereby an
impossibility.

Whatever may have been the inferences deduced from
this feat of Giotto’s pencil, he proceeded forthwith to
Rome, and produced there incontrovertible evidence of
his high genius. He was employed to decorate the
ancient Basilica of St. Peter’s—the Cathedral Church
which was demolished to make way for the gorgeous
edifice whose dome now towers high above the churches
and palaces of the Roman capital. It must be borne in
remembrance that at that early period the art of painting
in oil was altogether unknown. Pictures were then
(requently painted in fresco, an art derived from the
practice of the ancient Greeks, in which carefully selected
colours were laid on the wet plaster with no other vehicle
than water, and, hardening along with the plaster, they be-
came thoroughly incorporated with it, so as to be destruc-
tible only with the wall on which they were traced. By
another process, styled by the Italians a tempera, and which
is known in England by the name of distemper painting,
the colours were mixed with water, thickened with the
white of egg, or the juice derived from the young shoots
of the fig-tree. The surface in this case was generally
well-seasoned board; and by this means all the moveable
pictures of the early Italian artists were executed, for
nearly two centuries. Another process, however, by
which extensive works for decorating the walls and ceil-
ings of churches and large public buildings were executed,
was Mosaic, where the colouring is produced by means of
numerous small pieces of pebble, coloured glass, or mar-
bles, producing an effect somewhat similar to tapestry or
ladies’ worsted work. It was by means of the latter
process that Giotto executed his celebrated picture of the
Navicella, or ship; an allegorical design intended to
represent the vessel of the Church passing through all
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the dangers and vicissitudes with which its course is
beset, and rejoicing in the triumphs that it achieves.
Since the days of Giotto, the venerable Basilica, or old
Church, has disappeared, or been buried beneath the
mighty fabrie of St. Peter’s, which took more than a
century to complete, and employed in its progress some
of the greatest Geniuses that have adorned the revival of
the Arts. It engaged the genius and tasked the resources
of Bramante, San Gallo, Raphael, Peruzzi, Michael An-
gelo and his pupil, Barozzi; with others of great though
inferior note. It taxed no less the energies of the bold
and unscrupulous pontiffs, Julius II., Leo X., and Paul
III.,—names memorable in the history of the REForMA-
TION, no less than in that of the revival of Art. When
we consider that it was to secure the treasures required
to rear this gorgeous fabric, that Tetzel was sent forth on
his scandalous mission for the sale of indulgences; and
that it was to stay such unhallowed imposture that
Luther’s voice was first heard, and his first journey
undertaken to Rome; we learn to look on the magnificent
and matchless fabric of St. Peter’s as a monument of
that mighty movement by which the papal usurpation
was shorn of its most cherished assumptions. To return,
however, to our more legitimate theme:—The old Basi-
lica, a large structure, measuring above 300 feet in length,
has been swept away, all but a small portion that is
preserved as a subterraneous vault under the pavement of
the modern building. Nevertheless, the singular allegory
wrought by Giotto at the close of the thirteenth century,
still remains. It is now in the vestibule of the modern
Cathedral, an object of singular interest to every student
of the history of the Arts, and of their revival in modern
Europe. A ship is seen, tossed on a tempestuous sea.
The winds which rage around the beleaguered vessel
are personified as demons, characterized by the utmost
hideousness of form and by every variety of malignant
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expression. The vessel is freighted with the Apostles,
the Fathers of the New Testament Church, while over
head are seen the Patriarchs and Prophets who heralded
and longed for the coming of the Kingdom of Christ.
Foremost of all, on the right side of the picture, Christ
appears walking on the sea, and stretching forth his hand
to rescue the Apostle Peter, who sinks faithless, affrighted
at the winds and waves.

Such was the teaching vouchsafed to the ardent Italians
at that early period, by the great reviver of the Arts.
The allegory is a noble one. The lesson it might be
expected to teach is altogether such as we would wish
still to communicate to the gay triflers who luxuriate in
that sunny clime beneath Italy’s soft blue skies; but the
Arts, though a refining and ennobling study, never have
proved very effective moral teachers, for all that sanguine
enthusiasts seek to prove. The Navicella of Giotto, the
ship of the Church, has been watched with interest by
thousands, generation after generation; but few, if any,
have ever thought while gazing on it, of the strange con-
trast between that tempest-tossed barque with the trem-
bling disciples, and the fainting Peter reaching forth for
safety to the Saviour’s hand; and the vast hierarchy, with
its haughty pontiff, its luxurious cardinals and_ bishops,
and all the attendants of unrestrained ambition and shame-
less license, claiming to be that Church which Christ sent
forth as the world’s ark to breast the tempests of ages.

We shall see, however, in the further history of the
Arts, the same curious question returning, as to their
power and influence as instruments for the moral teaching
of the nations.

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CHAPTER IT.
SYMBOLISM.

WE have already alluded to the painting of the Greek
artists during the first ages of Christianity; but the
origin of the early Christian painting and of the peculiar
models of Byzantine Art which exercised go great an
influence on its revivers in Italy, is a subject possessing
very high interest for us. We find in its history, indeed,
a very striking index of the changing phases of the
Church, and of the motives that actuated its teachers in
the gradual development of that system that had attained
to a definite and established formula before the Arts again
appeared, in the fourteenth century, pregnant with as
intense vitality as that which possessed the genius of
Greek Art in the age of Pericles. |

There can be no question that the models of ancient
Art, the magnificent works of the great sculptors of
Greece, exercised a very great and beneficial influence
on the progress of the Arts, when they revived in Europe,
towards the close of the thirteenth century; nevertheless,
it must be borne in remembrance that Christian Art, as it
has been styled, originated in an entirely different source,
beginning at the rudiments, and progressing altogether
independent of these ancient models, until the period
referred to. Frequent allusion has been made to the
Greek artists as the earliest Italian painters, and the first
instructors of Cimabue; but these must not be confounded
with the descendants of Zeuxis or Apelles. They were
chiefly the monkish limners and illuminators, who found
protection and encouragement at the luxurious court of
Constantinople, long after incessant wars and famine had
driven them from the distracted kingdom of Italy. The
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early Christians, when they began to employ the Arts in
the decoration of their churches, were strangely divided
between their desire for appropriate adornment and their
dread of any thing that should seem to sanction the
idolatrous erection of images in the heathen temples.
The interpretation of the second commandment was as
rigidly exclusive of all making of images among the early
Christians, as it ever had been among the Jews; and
many of the fathers, as Tertullian, in his discourse “De
Idololatria,” inveigh against artists as the practisers of an
mfamous occupation, and write of them very much in the
style in which stage-players have been regarded by the
tomish Church in a later age. It is a curious fact that it
is only by a decree of the present Pope, that the latter
class are permitted to be buried in consecrated. ground.
Even after the Fine Arts had been partially admitted
as a fit means for decorating places of worship, decrees of
councils were again and again passed against representa-
tions of our Saviour; and the earliest authorities on the
subject expressly condemn all imitative art as an approach
to heathen idolatry. They were accordingly confined to
those mystic emblems which form a subsidiary feature in
the later decorations of Christian architecture, and which
the superstitious veneration of some modern theologians
for what they regard as Primitive Christianity has led
them to aim at reviving. These sacred symbols, which
were at first few and simple, gradually increased with the
natural demand for variety and increasing power in this
novel language of instruction. The moncgram of Christ,
variously written, was one of the earliest. To this was
added the cross, signifying Redemption; the fish, Baptism;
the lamb, our Saviour; the dove, the Holy Spirit; the
serpent or dragon, Sin; the ship, the Church; and many
others derived from the same source; as the cock, the
palm, the vine-branch, the anchor, the spear and nails,
the cup, &e. This was in fact to create a new language
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by which to communicate ideas to the people; but, as
might have been expected, it speedily proved too strait-
ened for their demands, and the Church was content to
condemn the idolatry, while it made use of the means it
had formerly denounced as directly leading to it. “'T he
great change,” says R. N. Wornum, in his History of
Painting, “respecting the toleration of images which took
place in the third and fourth centuries was doubtless
owing to the rapidly increasing stability of Christianity ;
it could afford to be tolerant: the result however justified
the fears of the early dignitaries of the Church, and for
many centuries the principal ecclesiastics protested against
the growing abuse of images, pictorial as well as plastic.
The Gnostics appear to have been the first who had
recourse to their use. The churches were painted to a
considerable extent, probably as early as the beginning of
the fourth century. The first notice of this use of paint-
ing occurs in a canon of the Council held at Tliberis
(Granada) in Spain about 305 a. D., which decreed that
there should be no images in the churches, and that that
which was revered and adored should not be painted on
the walls—a Canon which has since been explained as
referring only to the Trinity, and not to saints or martyrs,
as these were not adored.

Towards the close of the fourth century images appear
to have increased; an interesting letter of Epiphanius,
Bishop of Salamis, to John, Bishop of Jerusalem, is pre-
served by St. Jerome, and in it the following remarkable
passage occurs :—‘On my journey through Anablata, a
village in Palestine, I found a curtain at the door of the
church, on which was painted a figure of Christ or some
saint, I forget which. As I saw that it was the image of
a man, which is against the command of the Scriptures,
I tore it down, and gave it to the church authorities, with
the advice to use it as a winding sheet for the next poor
person who might have occasion for one, and bury it’
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Many other notices however occur in the Greek and
Latin writers of the fourth century which show that the
dread of a restoration of Paganism through the influence
of images had very generally ceased; and in some in-
stances the painters are even exhorted to celebrate the
glories of the martyrs with their colours.

Paulinus, Bishop of Nola, introduced paintings into two
churches dedicated to St. Felix, which he built at Nola
and at Fondi at the close of this century; and these paint-
ings were probably among the earliest decorationsof their
class in Italy. The reason given by the Bishop for these
decorations is remarkable and highly creditable to him.
Drunkenness appears to have been a common vice of that
period; and the annual celebration of the festivals of the
saints, by bringing many illiterate people together, was
the immediate cause of many gross excesses and debauch-
ery. To mitigate this disgraceful state, Paulinus had
recourse to the decoration of the churches with Bible
stories and illustrations of the lives of the martyrs, trust-
ing by this means to elevate the feeling of the populace,
and to draw them from their gross sensuality to the
contemplation of a higher state, and to a more worthy
expenditure of their leisure hours. It was a noble effort
at popular education by the best means probably in his
power; but his success was doubtless little commensurate
with his intentions.

Throughout the fifth century it became a gradually
more prevalent custom to decorate the churches erected
in honour of the saints with illustrations of their martyr-
doms, in colours and in Mosaics; the latter style became
eventually preferred as more durable, and being more
costly, it was a greater evidence of devotion—not to the
saint, but to the cause in which he suffered.

Sixtus ITI., and Leo the Great or St. Leo, are con-
spicuous among the first who carried this mode of decora-
tion to a magnificent degree: the great apsis of the choir
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of the Church of St. Paul, outside the walls of Rome, is
still adorned with the Mosaics executed by the order of
Leo: similar works were executed for Hilarius in the
Church of St. John on the Lateran, and Simplicius
decorated that of Santa Maria Maggiore at Rome. The
example of these Popes was followed by the Emperor
Maximian at Ravenna; the Mosaics executed by his
orders in the Church of St. Stephen still exist.

All these works, as well as many others that have
perished, were executed in the fifth century ; from which
it is evident that at this time it was a general practice to
decorate the churches with pictures and statues; and the
artists of the period must have been considerably nume-
rous, though wholly unknown at present. The grosser
form of Christian idolatry commenced from this period ;
a populace unable to read, and obsessed by a superstition
commensurate with its ignorance, was not likely to appre-
ciate exactly the nature or purport of these images which
their bishops had set up; and instead of examples of
fortitude and incentives to a higher intellectuality, they
were looked upon as holy images and mediators, and,
from mere moral records or spiritual symbols, were con-
verted into material saints, and became the objects of
gross idolatry. What earlier prelates had foreseen and
warned against in vain, was in vain resisted by contem-
porary dignitaries of the Church; and notwithstanding
several edicts of Councils against the adoration of images,
their use gradually prevailed, and, surviving all the
efforts of the Iconoclasts in the eighth and ninth centuries,
finally triumphed throughout the whole of Christendom,
both in the western and in the eastern empire.”

The progressive movement of the Church, however,
from the mere hieroglyphic symbols to the actual ad-
mission of pictorial representations of our Saviour, the
Virgin, &e., was not the abandonment of the one for the
SYMBOLISM, &7

other, but only the extension of the former, and the
adoption of more intelligible symbols.

The Saviour and the Virgin and Child were only more
comprehensive emblems of redemption; the Blessed Vir-
gin, as the Queen of Heaven, was undoubtedly at first
intended as typical of RELIGION; and we find them very
early having recourse to the classic fables, and adopting
Orpheus, Apollo, Pluto, &c., to express corresponding
ideas in the Scripture narrative, or in the legends of the
Church

From this hasty review of the early stages of Christian.
Art, the reader will be better able to understand the
choice of subject adopted by Giotto for his first great
work in the Basilica of St. Peter’s. The ship, we have
seen, was early adopted as an emblem of the Church,
being, in fact, only another use of one of the types of
Old Testament history. If we are to regard the great
Italian painter, like his contemporary and friend Dante,
as a teacher of the people by means of his art, we must
Jook upon the picture of the Navicella, as a sermon
written up before them from the story of the deluge,
wherein they are warned of the mighty waste of waters
that covers the heathen world, from whence there is no
safety but in the ark of Christ’s Church. Demons, even
temptations, vices, and horrible lusts, assail it on every
side; it is in the midst of a dark and howling tempest
that threatens to overwhelm it. Nevertheless, its guides
are the apostles and martyrs of the Church; its crew are
the true believers; and such is the beneficence and
power of its Captain, Christ, that even amid that dread
abyss of waters,—the chaos of sin which the unregenerate
world presents around it,—the disciple may venture forth
to walk to Jesus, who stretches out his hand to save
him from perishing. Such is the sermon that Giotto’s
Mosaic was meant by him to express: but, alas! the
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Church he pointed to was no ark of safety, and the tem-
pest then gathering amid such thick darkness that few
indeed saw the True Ark, amid that waste of waters.

So peculiar and enduring has been the influence of this
symbolic origin of Christian Art, that it has established a
fixed form of countenance for Christ and the chief apostles,
and has even been followed so closely as in many cases
to adhere to the assigned colours of their robes. Various
singular traditions are related by some of the early fathers
to give authority to some of these practices. Previous
to the final adoption of this standard, some singular dis-
cussions took place among the divines of the early church
relative to it. The prophetic language of Isaiah was made
the basis of more than one view of the subject; and a
very important controversy, so faras the Arts are con-
cerned, was originated by St. Cyril, from the prophet’s
description of the Messiah:—“ He shall grow up as a
tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground; he hath
no form nor comeliness; and when we shall see him, there
is no beauty that we should desire him.” This, it was
insisted, was what the painter must realize, and conse-
quently the Saviour must be represented altogether de-
void of beauty, and in the most unattractive form. The
language of Art, however, is so opposed to this idea, that
had such a conception been insisted upon, it must have
led to the abandonment of such representations altogether.
The Pope Adrian I., and many of the fathers of that early
age, refused to trammel the Arts by so literal an interpre-
tation of the language of prophecy, and thenceforth the
artist was encouraged to aim at the most exalted imper-
sonation of manly beauty. Another passage from the
same prophet however gave form to the symbolic charac-
ter in which Christ was at first chiefly represented :—
“ He shall feed his flock like a shepherd, he shall gather
the lambs with his arms, and carry them in his bosom,
and shall gently lead those that are with young.” As-
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suming this as the guiding thought, our Saviour appears
in nearly all the earliest paintings in the character of a
shepherd. |

Most of our readers are no doubt familiar with a spurious
letter pretending to be written by Lentulus, a Roman
officer in Judza, to the Roman Senate, giving an account
of Christ, and a minute description of his personal ap-
pearance. The letter is obviously a monkish forgery of
the most barefaced description. It does not appear to
have been known earlier than the eleventh century, and
may be considered rather as embodying a description of
the style of expression adopted by the artists before that
time, than as having given the law to later painters.
However this may be, it corresponds to the early portraits
of Christ, and to that style of expression which has ever
since been adhered to. He is there described as—“ A
man of stately figure, dignified in appearance, with a coun-
tenance inspiring veneration, and which those who look
upon it may love as well as fear. His hair, rather dark
and glossy, falls down in curls below his shoulders, and is
parted in the middle after the manner of the Nazarenes.
The forehead is smooth and remarkably serene; the face
without line or spot, and agreeably ruddy. ‘The nose and
mouth are faultless; the beard is thick and reddish, of the
colour of the hair, not long, but di,ided; the eyes bright,
and of a varied colour.”

But far more ingenious are some of the superstitioug
inventions which this spirit of religious embodyment of
the church’s dogmas by means of pictorial art gave rise to.
One story affirmed that on that eventful day when the
ancient ceremonial law was about to be abrogated by the
sacrifice of Him whom all previous sacrifices had fore-
shadowed as types or emblems, a strange miracle was
wrought by our Saviour to perpetuate the remembrance
of his humanity. As he toiled along the steep path that
led to the rock of Calvary where all was to be finished,
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one of the women who followed him, weeping over his
sufferings, presented to him a handkerchief with which
to wipe the great drops of sweat from his face; and on
receiving it back again, it was found to bear an exact pic-
ture of the Saviour’s face! Such was the monkish legend,
and in proof of it, they professed to produce the identical
cloth with the divine countenance thus miraculously im-
pressed upon it. It is hardly to be wondered at that so
marvellous a legend should have been received with
eredulous admiration by the ignorant and superstitious
worshippers of the middle ages, and accordingly the gross
idolatry to which it gave rise excited the indignation of
some of the early councils of the Church. Nearly akin
to this is another tradition, which is thus related in the
History of Painting:—“ Abgarus, King of Edessa, in
Mesopotamia, who was confined from sickness, from
which the treatment of his physicians gave him no relief,
having heard of the miracles performed by Christ in
Judzea, sent a messenger to him to invite him to come
to Edessa to cure him of his complaint. This messen-
ger was a certain Ananias, who was a painter, and Ab-
garus had ordered him that, if he could not persuade
Christ to come to him, he was at least to bring his por-
trait. Ananias delivered his letter, and on account of
the crowd around him retired to an eminence close by,
and there attempted to make a drawing of his face.
This, either owing to Christ’s repeated movements, or, as
Damascenus says, the refulgence of his countenance, he
found it impossible to do. Christ himself, however, ac-
complished his purpose for him: having called for water
to wash his face with, he wiped it with a linen cloth,
which he gave, with an answer for Abgarus, to Ananias,
who found Christ’s likeness imprinted on it. Abgarus,
as he had anticipated, was cured by the touch of this
portrait, and it became afterwards an object of universal
veneration at Iidessa, until it was removed to Constan-
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timople by Nicephorus Phocas, in the second year of his
reign, A.D. 964. It was subsequently carried to Rome,
where it is still preserved in the church of San Silvestro
in Capite.”’ |

Such are some of the strange superstitions which no
doubt exercised an influence on the Arts, and helped to
determine the form of expression since adhered to. But
the Byzantine painters were no less conventional in form
than in feature; wandering in this respect wide apart from
nature, and thereby rendering the revival of Art the more
remarkable in the hands of such eminent geniuses as
Giotto, who adhered to the time-honoured forms and
expression of these rude and lifeless draftsmen, and yet
infused into them life and spirit, and expanded the type
of the Divine Countenance, and of the apostles’ features,
into that sweet grace and beauty which has led him to be
compared with the great Raphael, his pre-eminent suc- —
cessor in the same glorious art.

CHAPTER IV.
THE WORKS OF GIOTTO.

GIOTTO had now attained the highest reputation as an
artist, and had called into being a lively sympathy for the
Arts, by means of his own creative genius. He executed
other important works for Pope Boniface, one of which,
the Institution of the Jubilee of 1300, still remains on
the Lateran at Rome. From thence Giotto proceeded to
Padua, where he engaged in new and extensive works,
many of which still remain, and are described by those
who have examined them, as wonderful for the variety
and the inventive genius displayed in them. At Padua
Giotto met with his friend Dante and to his fertile fancy
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it has been supposed by some that Giotto was indebted
for some of the suggestions he has embodied with so
much vigour. It is probably hardly necessary to adopt
such an idea, as the great painter was undoubtedly well
able to conceive, as well as to execute, the works that still
remain as evidence of the great vigour and masterly
power of his pencil. Nevertheless, it is an interesting
idea to conceive of the great Italian poet, for ever ban-
ished from his “ beautiful Florence,” communing with the
Florentine painter, and discussing with him the treatment
of those vigorous pictures that still adorn the crypt of
the Chapel of Arena at Padua. The name of Giotto
will ever be pleasingly associated with that of the great
Italian poet, as he who has preserved to us a living
memorial of him in those young and happy years, while
yet hope and love mingled with his ambition, and he
shared in the honours and the sympathy of his fellow-
countrymen.

Giotto’s fame now led his aid to be courted for the de-
coration of every important public edifice in Italy, nor
must we forget, while thus describing his triumphant
progress as a painter, that he excelled in other arts no
less. ‘The taste of the Italian architects early led them
to separate the belfry from the body of the church, so as
to admit of its receiving any amount of ornament, and
being raised to any degree of elevation, without being
greatly subjected to the proportions of the building of
which it forms an appendage. The consequence of
this happy practice has been the erection of numerous
Campanili, or bell-towers, throughout Italy, many of
them of great elevation, and singular beauty. Foremost
among all these Campanili, is the magnificent tower de-
signed by Giotto for the Cathedral of Florence. It is
universally pronounced by far the most elegant bell-tower
in Italy, though not so lofty as that of Cremona. It is
267 feet high, and was constructed by Giotto in 1324.
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The plan is a perfect square, forty-five feet on each side.
Externally it is divided into five compartments or stories,
each of them differing entirely from the others; and in-
ternally there are six floors, each of which is vaulted with
stone. The style is an Italianized Gothic, bearing con-
siderable resemblance in its details to that which was
adcpted by Sir Christopher Wren in the west towers of
Westminster Abbey and elsewhere. Though in this re-
spect it is a work of art open to the criticism of those
Who insist on a rigid adherence to the established examples
of early architecture, it nevertheless fully merits all the
encomiums it has received as a work of singular grace
and beauty. Giotto, it is said, designed an elegant spire,
eighty-five feet in height, which was intended to surmount
the tower. It is now finished, with a nearly flat roof,
which is not seen from below.

The following interesting account from Mrs. Jamieson’s
Memoirs of the Early Italian Painters contains a sketch
of the latter years of his life, including some curious de-
tails we have not met with elsewhere: — By the time
Giotto had attained his thirtieth year, he had reached
such hitherto unknown excellence in Art, and his cele-
brity was so universal, that every city and every petty
sovereign in Italy contended for the honour of his pre-
sence and his pencil, and tempted him with the promise
of rich rewards. For the lords of Arezzo, of Rimini, and
Ravenna, and for the Duke of Milan, he executed many
works, now almost wholly perished. Castruccio Castri-
cam, the warlike tyrant of Lucea, also employed him;
but how Giotto was induced to listen to the offers of this
enemy of his country is not explained. Perhaps Cas-
truccio, as the head of the Ghibelline party, in which
Giotto had apparently enrolled himself, appeared in the
light of a friend rather than an enemy: however this may
be, a picture which Giotto painted for Castruccio, and in
which he introduced the portrait of the tyrant, with a
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falcon on his fist, is still preserved in the Lyceum at
Lucca. For Guido da Polente, the father of that hapless
Francesca di Rimini, whose story is so beautifully told
by Dante, he painted the interior of a church; and for
Malatesta di Rimini, (who was father of Francesca’s hus-
band,) he painted the portrait of that prince in a bark,
with his companions and a company of mariners; and
among them, Vasari tells us, was the figure of a sailor,
who, turning round with his hand before his face, is in the
act of spitting in the sea, so life-like as to strike the be-
holders with amazement. This has perished; but the figure
of the thirsty man stooping to drink, in one of the fres-
coes at Assisi, still remains, to show the kind of excellence
through which Giotto excited such admiration in his con-
temporaries;—a power of imitation, a truth in the expres-
sion of natural actions and feelings, to which painting had
never yet ascended or descended. This leaning to the
actual and the real has been made a subject of reproach,
to which we shall hereafter refer.

It is said, but this does not rest on very satisfactory
evidence, that Giotto also visited Avignon, in the train
of Pope Clement V., and painted there the portraits of
Petrarch and Laura.

About the year 1327, King Robert of Naples, the
father of Queen Joanna, wrote to his son the Duke of
Calabria, then at Florence, to send to him, on any terms,
the famous painter Giotto, who accordingly travelled to
the court of Naples, stopping on his way in several cities,
where he left specimens of his skill. He also visited
Orvieto for the purpose of viewing the sculpture with
which the brothers Agostino and Agnolo were decorating
the cathedral, and not only bestowed on it high commen-
dation, but obtained for the artists the praise and patron-
age they merited. There is at Gaeta a Crucifixion painted
by Giotto, either on his way to Naples or on his return,
i which he introduced himself kneeling in an attitude of
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deep devotion and contrition at the foot of the cross.
This introduction of portraiture into a subject so awful
was another innovation, not so praiseworthy as some of
his alterations. Giotto’s feeling for truth and propriety
of expression is particularly remarkable and commend-
able in the alteration of the dreadful, but popular subject
of the crucifix: in the Byzantine school, the sole aim
seems to have been to represent physical agony, and to
render it, by every species of distortion and exaggeration,
as terrible and repulsive as possible. Giotto was the first
to soften this awful and painful figure by an expression
of divine resignation, and by greater attention to beauty
of form. A Crucifixion painted by him became the model
for his scholars, and was multiplied by imitation through
all Italy; so that a famous painter of crucifixes after the
Greek fashion, Margaritone, who had been a friend and
contemporary of Cimabue, confounded by the introduc-
tion of this new method of art, which he partly disdained
and partly despaired to imitate, and old enough to hate
innovations of all kinds, took to his bed through vexa-
tion, and so died.

But to return to Giotto, whom we left on the road to
Naples. King Robert received him with great honour
and rejoicing, and being a monarch of singular accom-
plishments, and fond of the society of learned and dis-
tinguished men, he soon found that Giotto was not merely
a painter, but a man of the world, a man of various ac-
quirements, whose general reputation for wit and viva-
city was not unmerited. He would sometimes visit the
painter at his work, and, while watching the rapid pro-
gress of his pencil, amused himself with the quaint good
sense of his discourse. ‘If I were you, Giotto,’ said the
king to him one very hot day, ‘I would leave off work
and rest myself:’ ‘And so would I, sire,’ replied the
painter, ‘if I were you!’ The King, in a playful mood,
desired him to paint his kingdom, on which Giotto im-
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mediately sketched the figure of an ass with a heavy
pack-saddle on his back, smelling with an eager air at
another pack-saddle lying on the ground, on which were
a crown and sceptre. By this emblem the satirical
painter expressed the servility and the fickleness of the
Neapolitans, and the King at once understood the allu-
sion.

While at Naples Giotto painted in the church of the
Incoronati a series of frescoes representing the Seven
Sacraments according to the Roman ritual. These still
exist, and are amongst the most authentic and best pre-
served of his works. The Sacrament of Marriage con-
tains many female figures, beautifully designed and
grouped, with graceful heads and flowing draperies. This
picture is traditionally said to represent the marriage of
Joanna of Naples and Louis of Taranto; but Giotto died
in 1336, and these famous espousals took place in 1347;
a dry date will sometimes confound a very pretty theory.
In the Sacrament of Ordination, there is a group of
chanting-boys, in which the various expressions of the
act of singing are given with that truth of imitation which
made Giotto the wonder of his day. His paintings from
the Apocalypse in the Church of Santa Chiara were —
whitewashed over, about two centuries ago, by a certain
prior of the convent, because, in the opinion of this bar-
barian, they made the church look dark!

Giotto quitted Naples about the year 1328, and re-
turned to his native city with great increase of riches and
fame. He continued his works with unabated application,
assisted by his pupils, for his school was now the most
famous in Italy. Like most of the early Italian artists,
he was an architect and sculptor, as well as a painter; and
nis last public work was the famous Campanile or Bell-
tower at Florence, founded in 1334, for which he made
all the designs, and even executed with his own hand the
models for the sculpture on the three lower divisions.
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According to Kugler, they form a regular series of sub-
jects illustrating the development of human culture,
through religion and laws, ‘conceived,’ says the same
authority, ‘ with profound wisdom.’ When the Emperor
Charles V. saw this elegant structure, he exclaimed that
it ought to be ‘kept under glass.’ In the same allegori-
cal taste Giotto painted many pictures of the Virtues and
Vices, ingeniously invented and rendered with great at-
tention to natural and appropriate expression. In these
and similar representations we trace distinctly the influ-
ence of the genius of Dante. A short time before his
death he was invited to Milan by Azzo Visconti. He
executed some admirable frescoes in the ancient palace of
the Dukes of Milan, but these have perished.”

Giotto thus continued to be courted by the most
eminent for wealth and rank, and to employ his genius
in decorating the churches and cities of Italy with his
great works. At length he returned to Florence, laden
with honours, and the substantial rewards that await upon
such complete success. Ile died in that city in the year
1336, in the 61st year of his age, and was buried in the
Church of Santa Maria Novella, to which he had fol-
lowed the remains of his master, Cimabue, thirty-five
years before.



CHAPTER V.
TIIE FRIENDS OF GIOTTO.

THE character of Giotto, when considered in connee-
tion with the period in which he accomplished so great
a revolution in Arts, affords a subject well deserving as
careful an examination as our knowledge of the subject
will admit. When we reflect that Giotto dwelt in

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Florence, and carried on those great works that produced
s0 enduring an influence on the whole character of Euro-
pean Art, at the very time when the contests betwecu
the Guelphs and Ghibellines occurred, that have since
acquired so deep an interest from their influence on the
fate of the great Dante, we cannot but regard him with
peculiar feelings. He was the contemporary and friend
of the great poet, both during the brief years of bright
hopes and honours in his own beautiful Florence, and
during that long period of exile that darkened the years
of the great poet. To Giotto we owe the graceful and
noble likeness of his friend, which seems, by its calm
beauty, to give us an insight into his early history, at-
tainable by no other means. We have already pointed out
in the life of Dante,—in challenging the harsh judgment
that some of the Poet’s biographers have formed of him,
without considering the influence of protracted adver-
sity and cruel wrongs even on the noblest minds;—one
source that still remains from whence to draw our own
conclusions,—impartial, truthful, resting on the highest
evidence, and within the reach of all,—that is the portrait
of Dante, taken in his early and happy years, by his
friend Giotto, the restorer of Italian Art. We have said
that it is within the reach of all, for a slight but excellent
copy of it is given in the interesting and popular work
of Mrs. Jamieson, ‘ The early Italian Painters,’ a copiously
lustrated edition of which has recently been published.
One likeness, peculiarly marked in character, is copied
from an early Italian medal, and represents the great
poet in his mature years, with his furrowed brow bound
with the laurel—a wreath that, through his chequered
life, was so often supplanted by the dark cypress. But
better than this, is the calm, grave, yet stern expression
of his features, which has been preserved, when death
had set his seal on that noble brow, had stilled down all
the fiery and vindictive passions of the wronged and
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Jong-enduring exile, and had dismissed him to the reali-
zation of those infinite mysteries of which he has be-
queathed to us an all-imperfect yet wondrous vision. A
copy of this cast, taken after death, at Ravenna, in 1321,
is appended to his lyrical poems, translated by Charles
Lyell, Esq. of St. Peter’s College, Cambridge. The first
likeness, taken when Dante was buoyant with hope and
youth, and feeling within him the consciousness of powers
capable of lofty achievements, exhibits a thoughtful, but
most beautiful and loveable countenance; there is no trace
of vindictiveness or spleen, but much in which we delight
to trace the ardent imaginative enthusiast, whose boyish
love survived all the vicissitudes of so chequered a life,
and elevated the object of early fancy into his angelic
guide to the glories of paradise. The latter likeness is
the same face; the resemblance, indeed, is singularly
striking; yet how great, how marvellous is the change
between them! The one pregnant with all the bright
visions of youth, bearing, without a sense of oppression,
the weight of unborn, but mighty thoughts; the other
sharpened into intensity with the endurance of long-pro-
tracted injury, suffering, and wrong, losing its sternness
only in the rigid grasp of deaih.

Within a few years after the completion of the painting
in the chapel of the Palazzo del Podesta, which includes
the portraits of Dante, Brunetto Latini, Corso Donati,
and others, the factions of the Neri and Bianchi took to
arms in the city of Florence, the citizens were openly
murdered in the streets, the rival partisans wreaked their
vengeance on their opponents by every species of cruelty
and wrong. Their houses were pillaged and set on fire;
and among these the house of Dante was plundered.
Dante, at the time on a mission to Rome, was condemned
to be burned alive should he ever return to his native
city; and thenceforth begun his long years of exile that
ended only with his death. Among other manifestations.
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of the mean enmity displayed by his opponents on their
triumph, was the whitewashing of Giotto’s picture in the
chapel of the Palazzo del Podesta. The tradition of the
existence of this series of portraits of so interesting a
period has never been lost sight of, and while it has often
been referred to as a source of unavailing regret, the hope
of recovering them has frequently been expressed by
more sanguine writers. ‘The attempt was made more
than once without success, until so recently as the year
1840, when the labours of 8. Aubrey Bezzi were at
length crowned with complete success, and the visitor to
the native city of Dante can now inspect that remarkable
portrait of him, which, until its recovery only seven years
since, had been gazed on by no human eye since it dis-
appeared beneath the daubing of the malignant Neri,
during the vigorous manhood of the great Florentine.
Giotto was the contemporary and friend of Boccaccio
and Petrarch, as well as of Dante. He was indeed
worthy to be their associate and friend, as a great ori-
ginal thinker, whose works were to exercise as strong an
influence as any of theirs on the future character of his
people. We can hardly sufficiently appreciate this with-
out bearing in remembrance the formal system of esta-
blished symbolism of the Greek painters, which had been
sanctioned and adopted by the church, and had received
the admiration and worship of the people. To innovate
on such a system required at once great courage and
ability. But he proceeded with no timid hand. His
earliest works manifest this bold spirit, that in such an
age dared to think and act for itself, and to set aside all
established formulas, and time-hallowed customs. We
can hardly sufficiently value the influence of sucha spirit,
or conceive how much, in this respect, it may have in-
directly helped to habituate the popular mind to that
independent course of action which at a later period broke
through the trammels of superstition, and ventured, in
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religion as well as in the Arts, to set aside the puerilities
and corruptions which had been hallowed by time, and
were guarded by bigotry and self-interest, and assumed
the right of judging for itself.

Many curious traits of Giotto’s character and habits
have been transmitted to us by his contemporaries. He
was of a happy and sociable disposition, and seems to
have enjoyed the good-will of all the eminent men of his
time, with many of whom he was on habits of intimate
friendship. The following account of him by the humor-
ous Italian novelist, Boccaccio, probably should be re-
ceived as a specimen of the bantering style of converse
in which he and Giotto were wont to engage in their
gayer hours:—“ Fair and dear Ladies,” says the novelist,
addressing his gentle readers, “It is a wondrous thing to
see how oftentimes nature hath been pleased to hide with-
in the most misshapen forms the most wondrous treasures
of soul, which is evident in the persons of two of our
fellow-citizens, of whom I shall now briefly discourse to
you. Messer Forese de Rabatta, the advocate, being a
personage of the most extraordinary wisdom, and learned
in the law above all others, yet was in body mean and
deformed, with, thereunto, a flat, currish (ricagnato)
physiognomy; and Messer Giotto, who was not in face or
person one whit better favoured than the said Messer
I‘orese, had a genius of that excellence, that there was
nothing which nature (who is the mother of all things)
could bring forth, but he with his ready pencil would so
wondrously imitate it, that it seemed not only similar,
but the same; thus deluding the visual sense of men, so
that they deemed that what was only pictured before
them did in reality exist. And seeing that through Giotto
that art was restored to light which had been for many
centuries buried (through fault of those who, in painting,
addressed themselves to please the eye of the vulgar, and
not to content the understanding of the wise,) I esteem
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him worthy to be placed among those who have made
famous and glorious this our city of Florence. Never-
theless, though so great aman in his art, he was but little
in person, and, as I have said, ill-favoured enough. Now
it happened that Messer Forese and Giotto had _ posses-
sions in land in Mugello, which is on the road leading
from Florence to Bologna, and thither they rode one day
on their respective affairs, Messer Forese being mounted
on a sorry hired jade, and the other in no better case.
It was summer, and the rain came on suddenly and fu-
riously, and they hastened to take shelter in the house of
a peasant thereabouts who was known to them; but the
storm still prevailing, they, considering that they must of
necessity return to Florence the same day, borrowed from
the peasant two old worn-out pilgrim-cloaks, and two
rusty old hats, and so they set forth. They had not pro-
ceeded very far when they found themselves wet through
with the rain, and all bespattered with the mud; but after a
while, the weather clearing in some small degree, they
took heart, and from being silent they began to discourse
of various matters. Messer Forese having listened a
while to Giotto, who was in truth a man most eloquent
and lively in speech, could not help casting on him
a glance as he rode alongside, and considering him
from head to foot thus wet, ragged, and splashed all
over, and thus mounted and accoutred, and not taking
his own appearance into account, he laughed aloud.
‘O Giotto,’ said he, jeeringly, ‘if a stranger were now to
meet us, could he, looking on you, believe it possible that
you were the greatest painter in the whole world?’ ‘ Cer-
tainly,’ quoth Giotto, with a side glance at his companion,
‘certainly; if looking upon your worship he could believe
it possible that you knew your A BC!’ Whereupon
Messer Forese could not but confess that he had been
paid in his own coin.”

Giotto appears to have possessed a shrewd wit, accom-
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panied by much vivacity and sociable kindliness of dispu-
sition. Many traditional allusions to his humorous re-
partees, some of them in the form of rhyme, and charac-
terized by a lively poetic fancy, are preserved by the
early Italian writers upon Art. To his happy good nature
and his genial spirit, Giotto no doubt owed the general
good-will which he seems to have experienced from all
his contemporaries, almost totally unmixed with any of
that spirit of envy which so frequently attends on great
success, especially when its recipient has risen by his own
genius from a humble origin. ‘To all those sociable and
endearing qualities the great painter appears to have
added the no less useful qualities of shrewd worldly wis-
dom and thorough independence of character, and to these
characteristics it was no doubt owing that he passed
through life, surrounded by turbulent factions, constantly
struggling for supremacy; and exercised his art at the
Papal Court under the haughty pontiff, Boniface VIIL;
and yet was able to preserve his friendship even with the
exiled Dante, while Florence was waiting to welcome
himself to the city, whose gates were for ever closed on
the noble exile.

The likeness of Giotto has been handed down to pos-
terity on the marble tomb erected by the noble Floren-
tine, Lorenzo de’ Medici, in the church of Santa Maria
Novella, to commemorate the illustrious dead who reposes
there beside the remains of his master, Cimabue. The
countenance is remarkably characteristic of the man.
Broad and massy features convey the idea of that hearty
cheerfulness and humour which he manifested throughout
his whole life, while a high and very full forehead amply
confirms the idea we form from his works of his vigorous
intellect and lively genius. If it is to be received as an
accurate likeness of the great painter, it shows that we
must regard the jesting description by Boccaccio as one
of those humorcus exaggerations in which such lively
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writers are wont to blend truth with the extravagance of
caricature, retaining still sufficient of the real features to
secure the recognition of tle overdrawn portrait by others.
Giotto’s bust indeed exhibits none of the refinement and
high breeding which we recognise at a glance in Simon
Memmi’s portrait of Cimabue; but we discover in it those
features that confirm the remark—“ Giotto’s personal
character and disposition had no small part in the revo-
lution he effected. He seems to have had little rever-
ence for received opinions about any thing, and was
singularly free from the superstitious enthusiasm of the
times in which he lived, although he lent his powers to
embody that very superstition.” In doing this, however,
he in no way differed from the heathen poets who, while
availing themselves of the machinery of the popular creed,
converted it into an imagery for the embodyment of more
refined and higher conceptions of spiritual things. It
would be a false and unjust judgment to assume that be-
cause Giotto embodied the extravagant monkish legends
of the middle ages in many of his pictures, he was ren-
dering his art the willing slave of superstition. He used
these as his great contemporary Dante did the same
popular creed, to embody independent thoughts that
none before them had the genius or daring to offer to the
popular mind, and the fruit of them was manifested in
some degree on their contemporaries, and far more on
the following generation, in the independence of thought
which challenged the superstitious dogmas that hereto-
fore had received their blind reverence as among the
most sacred mysteries of their religion.

It has been the fate of Giotto, like all those who have
originated a new era in those arts that in any degree
depend for their success on mechanical skill, to be sur-
passed in this latter respect even by far inferior followers.
The painter in this respect stands at a vast disadvantage
when compared with the poet. Dante’s “Inferno” still
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stands alone in its terrible sublimity and power; while
even the “Last Judgment” of Michael Angelo is chal-
lenged for its conception, while it perishes with the
vehicle in which it was embodied. Sufficient, however,
still remains of the works of the great reviver of modern
painting to enable us to judge of his power of thought,
and to appreciate his genius. Mrs. Jamieson remarks of
one small evidence of the value of his labours which has
reached this country: —“ A fragment of the old fresco,
containing the heads of two of the Apostles, who are
bending in grief and devotion over the body of St. John,
is now in the collection of Mr. Rogers, the poet. It cer-
tainly justifies all that has been said of Giotto’s power of
expression, and, when compared with the remains of
earlier Art, more than excuses the wonder and enthusiasm
of his contemporaries.”

To his contemporaries who had received the far inferior
productions of Cimabue’s pencil with such extravagant
tokens of admiration and delight, his works seemed
indeed, what they styled them, “ Miracles of Art;” and
great as have since been the triumphs of his successors,
none have so far surpassed him as he excelled all who
had preceded him.

CHAPTER VI.
THE DUOMO OF FLORENCE.

Tur examples of early genius which adorn the rise of
painting in Italy towards the end of the thirteenth cen-
tury, afford a very pleasing illustration of the ease with
which those who are endowed with such extraordmary
faculties can surmount every difficulty, and mould every
circumstance to the working out their own noble aims.
The history of the revival of sculpture in Italy 1s no less
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marked by these interesting characteristics, and some of
its most instructive incidents belong to the associations
of Florence,—the same honoured city where the dust of
Cimabue and Giotto repose together, after having there
given birth to a new era in the Arts. Our object is not
to attempt a chronological history of painting and sculp-
ture, but to select from among their earlier practisers
some of the most instructive instances of the force of
early genius, and of its triumph over the obstacles that
impede ordinary minds, and compel them to abandon
similar pursuits.

Most remarkable among the structures that adorn the
capital of the grand duchy of Tuscany, is its Duomo, or
Cathedral, which rears its marble dome and its graceful
and lofty campanile on the northern bank of the Arno,
forming in every respect the chief attraction to the tra-
veller who visits the ancient city of Florence. This
magnificent building was begun towards the close of the
thirteenth century by Arnolfo di Lapo; Giotto succeeded
to him, and under his care it was greatly advanced; in
addition to the erection of its beautiful campanile, which
has been already described; successive architects carried
it on through different stages, until the celebrated Bru-
nelleschi completed it in the fifteenth century, by raising
the noble cupola which excited the admiration of Michael
Angelo, and suggested to him the vast cupola which he
projected for St. Peter’s. The Cathedral of Florence
stands in the middle of a great square or open place.
On one side of it rises its lofty and graceful campanile or
belfry to the height of 250 feet, of which the Emperor,
Charles V., used to say, that it ought to be kept ina case,
‘like some precious jewel,” and before it is the baptistry
of St. John, an octagon chapel, enriched with Mosaics,
sculptures, and bronzes of various periods, executed by
some of the most eminent among the early Italian artists.
It is to this last feature of the Duomo of Florence that we
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would now particularly direct attention. Such chapels
are common appendages to the Italian cathedrals, and are
invariably dedicated to St. John the Baptist, the special
patron, as it is conceived, of the sacred rite to which
this chapel is set apart. About the commencement of
the fourteenth century, Andrea da Pisa, a man of exten-
sive and varied attainments, was invited to Florence. He
was both a painter and a sculptor, though he excelled
chiefly in the latter art; and his most famous work was
the gates for the baptistry, which he executed in bronze,
from designs by Giotto, representing the various events
of the life of John the Baptist, and which still remain, a
lasting evidence of his genius. ‘Two other entrances to
the baptistry still remained, the plain folding doors of
which exhibited a striking contrast to Andrea’s beautiful
designs, and it was at length determined that these en-
trances should be furnished with gates of bronze no less
worthy of the magnificent Cathedral than the first pair
executed by the artist we have named. Dr. Memes
remarks, in alluding to this, in the introduction to his life
of Canova:—“ There are epochs in the annals of the
human mind, when its powers appear as if multiplied, or
increased by the variety and the diversity of its exertions.
Of these the fifteenth century presents a splendid in-
stance. Advances in moral, intellectual, and political
knowledge were then effected;—as also in the arts of
utility and of elegance, which subsequent discoveries, how-
ever brilliant or useful, never can efface. In the history
of sculpture, especially, the artists who then flourished
will ever hold a distinguished rank. During this period,
among the citizens of the Italian republics, two ruling
passions may be discovered,—love of national indepen-
dence, and admiration of the Arts. The almost continual
wars carried on at this time, evince the ardour with which
they maintained the one, while the dangers and difficulties
of military operations did not prevent them from paying
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every attention to the cultivation of the other. The
energies of a free people seem, indeed, to acquire fresh
vigour from opposition to dangers which menace their
liberty; and, amid such struggles, the most glorious
efforts, both in Arts and in arms, have been displayed.
The same jealousy of a superior, also, which animated the
political world, appeared to pervade the empire of taste.
There existed throughout this century an aristocracy of
talent; and, as if genius had been the common birth-right
of many, no single master so far excelled his contempo-
raries, as to impress upon the age the stamp and charac-
ter of an individual mind. Of this general equality, the
first occurrence in the history of sculpture furnishes a
striking proof, at the same time assisting in the selection
of those names, which, during this period, most directly
influenced the progress of the art.

In the year 1400, the magistrates of Florence resolved
to ornament the two remaining entrances to the baptistry
with gates of bronze, similar in design to those which had
before, by Andrea da Pisa, been prepared for the third:
they accordingly invited a competition of the most cele-
brated artists, by publicly announcing their intention in
every principality of Italy. Of the artists who, on the
day appointed, assembled in great numbers, six were
immediately acknowledged to surpass the rest in general
estimation, though of doubtful superiority as compared
with each other. Of the candidates thus selected, Bru-
nelleschi and Ghiberti were Florentines; Jacomo della
Quercia of Siena, Nicolo Lamberti of Arezzo, Francisco
di Valdambrino, were Tuscans; and Simone dei Colli was
from Lombardy. On the expiration of a year, during
which they were maintained at the expense of the state,
each was required to produce a complete pannel, finished
in the proper style, and of the just dimensions, as re-
quired in the future work.

The time for examining these performances being
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arrived, a second assembly of artists was convened at
Florence, when thirty-eight of the most accomplished
were requested to act as judges. The competitors having
wrought in secret, and apart from each other, the pannels
were now first exposed, representing in mixed relief, the
Sacrifice of Abraham, a subject prescribed, as well calcu-
lated to elicit their utmost skill, including both draped
and naked figures, and animals. This was a spectacle
worthy of the happiest ages of ancient Greece: the
magistrates in their robes presided; the assembled citi-
zens stood around; and the judges discussed aloud, in the
presence of all, the respective merits of the rival produc-
tions. Itis by such national and unbiassed patronage
that the Arts are cherished. The countenance of indi-
viduals may foster a succession of artists, but, that Art
may advance, its interests must become the care of the
state. The most glorious meed of genius, which excites
in rewarding, is the applause of a free and generous
people.

After long deliberation, conducted with the most
impartial scrutiny, Lorenzo Ghiberti, a youth of twenty-
three years, was declared to have surpassed the skill and
elegance of his opponents. The work thus honourably
assigned to his superior merits, formed the constant
labour of forty years of his life, and still remains one of
the noblest monuments of modern Art.”

Casts of this magnificent work of Art are now of
frequent occurrence, affording a ready opportunity of
estimating the progress that had then been made in Italy
at that early period. A set of these casts may be seen
in London, in the gallery of the Government School of
Design at Somerset house; and another set have long
been possessed by the Trustees for the encouragement of
Scottish manufactures, in their extensive gallery of casts
at the Royal Institution, Edinburgh. A beautiful border
of fruits and flowers surrounds each pannel, resembling
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_the elaborate carvings of Grinling Gibbons; the comers
are filled with heads in alto relievo, beautifully executed,
containing a variety of portraits of historical characters,
chiefly heads of patriarchs, prophets, and sibyls. The
pannels, which form the most prominent features of the
design, contain a series of scripture subjects, abounding
in the richest variety of expression and incident, illustra-
tive of the Redemption of man, and of the principal
events of Old Testament history. |

These beautiful designs were rewarded with every
mark of admiration and gratitude by the enthusiastic
Florentines. Lorenzo Ghiberti was not only paid what-
ever he demanded, but received a grant of land in addition,
and was elected by his fellow-citizens, Gonfaloniere, or
chief magistrate of the State. He continued to be
regarded with the same honourable admiration by his
fellow-citizens till his death. This single work formed
nearly the labour of a life-time, a matter the less
surprising to us when we consider that it in reality
comprehended many works, all of which manifest evidence
of careful thought in their conception, and the minutest
attention to detail in their execution. Ghiberti died in|
1455, at the age of seventy-seven, and after his death his
bust and that of his father, who had been his master,
were placed in the Baptistry which was adorned with so
noble a monument of his genius,

Such is the interesting history of one whose genius
exercised a lasting influence on the Arts. Michael Angelo
exclaimed, when he saw them, that they were fit to be
the gates of Paradise, and there can be no question that
these and the other noble works that adorn the Cathedral
of Florence, wrought by the early artists of Italy, exer-
cised a mighty influence in teaching their successors to
cimb to that greater perfection which the grace of
Raphael, and the grandeur of Michael Angelo afterwards
displayed. The many associations which cling around
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this gorgeous fane, are thus powerfully expressed in
Rogers's beautiful description of Florence :—

‘Tis a gem

Of purest ray; and what a light broke forth,
When it emerged from darkness! Search within,
Without; all is enchantment! ’Tis the past
Contending with the present! and in turn
Each has the mastery.

In this chapel wrought
One of the few, nature’s interpreters,
The few, whom genius gives as lights to shine,
MaAssaccio; and he slumbers underneath.
Wouldst thou behold his monument? Look round! ~
And know that where we stand, stood oft and long,
Oft till the day was gone, RAPHAEL himself,
He and his haughty Rrva.,—patiently,
Humbly, to learn of those who came before,
To steal a spark from their authentic fire,
Theirs who first broke the universal gloom,
Sons of the morning.—On that ancient seat,
The seat of stone that runs along the wall,
South of the church, east of the belfry-tower,
(Thou canst not miss it,) in the sultry time
Would DanTE sit conversing, and with thosa
Who little thought that in his hand he held
The balance, and assigned at his good pleasure
To each his place in the invisible world,
To some an upper region, some a lower;
hiany a transgressor sent to his account,
Long ere in FLORENCE numbered with the dead.”

CHAPTER VII.
MICHAEL ANGELO.

Mons Vaticanus, a hill on the right hand of the Tiber,
remained throughout the republic and the empire of
ancient Rome, an unenclosed suburb; though Caliguia
constructed there a palace which was afterwards used by
Nero, and acquired his name. To this spot ancient tra-
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dition pointed as the burial-place of the Apostle Peter,
and the Emperor Constantine accordingly overthrew the
circus of Nero, and built there a Basilica, or church,
which he dedicated to that apostle. Such was the origin
of the magnificent temple of St. Peter, which gradually
increased in importance with the ambitious assumptions
of the Bishops of Rome, and the ingenious legends they
devised for proving their succession from him whom they
styled the Prince of the Apostles, and the Lord of the
Keys of Heaven. In the year 1146, Pope Eugenius ITI.
began the erection of a papal residence on the Vatican
hill, adjoining the Cathedral church, and successive popes
added to the sacred palace. Gregory XI. fixed there his
permanent residence on his return to Rome, and thence-
forth all the powers of reviving Art were applied in
_ enlarging and adorning the Palace of the Vatican.

Pope Sixtus V. built there the celebrated chapel which
bears his name, and has been made by the works of
Raphael and Michael Angelo one of the most memorable
monuments of the progress of the Arts in modern Europe.
These two great artists, whose names mark the epoch of
highest excellence both in sculpture and painting since
the revival of the Arts in the thirteenth century, afford
a curious and interesting subject of study, not only from
their pre-eminence in genius and the number and extent
of their productions, but also from the very striking con-
trast exhibited both in the style of their works and in
their personal characters.

Michael Angelo Buonarotti, the father, as he has been
styled, of epic painting, is one of those mighty yeniuses
that appear at rare intervals, endowed seemingly with
such vigorous mental faculties, that chance alone has
determined the choice of their object, their capacity
being alike applicable to achieve whatever they may
attempt. He was the descendant of an ancient noble
family of Italy, which had altogether fallen into decay
MICHAEL ANGELO. 113

ere his father succeeded to its barren honours. The elder
Buonarotti had with difficulty obtained a humble legal
office, which supplied him with bread, and his highest am-
bition was to see his son attain the rank of a notary or
advocate in his native city. The young Michael Angelo,
however, showed a taste for anything rather than the dull
routine of a notary’s duties, and escaped whenever he
could, from the bondage of the desk, to watch the progress
of some of the eminent painters who were then taking
the lead in Italy, and especially Ghirlandaio, who was
esteemed by many of his contemporaries as the great-
est artist that Europe had produced. His introduc-
tion to that painter’s study was the result of an ac-
quaintance he had formed with Francesco Granacci, who
was then one of his pupils, and gave advice and assistance
to the young notary’s clerk, and lent him designs to copy
from his master’s portfolio.

A curious account is given of Michael Angelo’s first
attempt at painting, with the assistance of Granacci.
He obtained the loan of the young artist’s colours and
pencils, and procuring a print representing the legend of
St. Anthony beaten by Devils, he copied it with such
success as to obtain the commendation of many men of
taste. His mode of proceeding in this juvenile effort is
peculiarly characteristic of him, and shows the source of
much of his future greatness. To go to nature for the
models of beauty and the accurate representation of the
human form, however often it may have been neglected
by those who have devoted themselves to the Arts,
seems so natural and reasonable a procedure, that it may
justly excite our surprise to find it overlooked by any one
who aimed at excellence; but Michael Angelo is the first
whom we find going to nature for guidance even in thoge
objects of which no exact models could be found. “He
went to the fish-market to observe the form and colour
of fins, and the eyes of fish; and whatever in nature

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constituted a part of his composition, he studied from its
source. About this time he made a fac-simile of a pic-
ture, which is recorded to show his skill in imitation. A
head had been given him to copy; and he imitated it so
well, that, to try his success, he returned his own copy,
instead of the original picture, to the person from whom
it was borrowed, and the deceit was not immediately
perceived; but having told one of his associates, who
began to laugh, it was discovered. To add to the decep-
tion, he smoked his copy so as to make it appear of the
same age as the original. |

His father and his uneles perceiving the bias his mind
had taken, often treated him harshly, conceiving that the
Arts would degrade the dignity of the family, if followed
as a profession. His inclination was paramount to their
objections, and, although the displeasure it produced was
a source of great uneasiness, yet he was so delighted in
the pursuit that he irresistibly continued it. He copied
the studies Granacci lent him from his master’s portfolio
with such success, that his partiality for that mode of
spending his time daily increased, and his father at length
perceiving it was hopeless to give his mind any other
direction, resolved, by the advice of his friends, to place
him under Domenico Ghirlandaio.”

While pursuing his studies under Ghirlandaio, a school
was established at Florence for the study of the antique,
by the celebrated Lorenzo de’ Medici, and Michael
Angelo hastened, among others, to avail himself of the
advantages which the beautiful collection of antique
statues in the Medicean gardens offered. To this it is
not improbable that he was stimulated in some degree by
the jealousy of his master, who is said to have very early
manifested his dissatisfaction at the success of a pupil
who promised speedily to surpass his best efforts. The
following is the account of his first proceedings in this
new sphere. “No sooner had he entered upon his
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studies, than seeing a student modelling some figures in
clay, he felt an emulation to do the same, and Lorenzo,
who frequently visited the gardens, observing his progress,
encouraged him with expressions of approbation. Not
long afterwards, he was desirous to try his skill in marble,
and being particularly interested with a mutilated old
head, or rather a mask representing a laughing faun, he
chose it for his original. At that time many persons
were employed in the garden, making ornaments for a
library which Lorenzo was decorating: from one of these
workmen he begged a piece of marble sufficiently large
for his purpose, and was accommodated with chisels and
whatever else was necessary to execute his undertaking.
Although this was his first essay in sculpture, he ina
few days brought his task to a conclusion; with his own
invention he supplied what was imperfect in the original,
and made some other additions. Lorenzo visiting his
garden as usual, found Michael Angelo polishing his
mask, and thought it an extraordinary work for so young
an artist; nevertheless he jestingly remarked, ‘You have
restored to the old faun all his teeth, but don’t you know
that aman of such an age has generally some wanting?’
Upon this observation Michael Angelo was impatient
for Lorenzo’s absence, that, when alone, he might avail
himself of his criticism; and immediately, on his retiring,
he broke a tooth from the upper jaw, and drilled a hole
in the gum to represent its having fallen out.

‘When Lorenzo made his next visit, he immediately
saw the alteration, and was delighted with the aptness
and simplicity of his scholar; he laughed exceedingly,
and related the incident to his friends as an instance of
docility and quickness of parts. From this circumstance
he resolved to take him under his own immediate patron-
age, and desired the young artist to tell his father he
wished to have some conversation with him.

‘‘ Michael Angelo went homeand delivered the message;
116 GENIUS AND THE FINE ARTS.

his father immediately guessed why he was sent for, and
it was with the greatest difficulty he could be prevailed
upon to go. He lamented that Granacci had led his son
astray to follow a profession that was dishonourable to
the family, and declared he would never give his consent
that he should be a stone-mason. Granacci endeavoured
to explain to him the difference between that mechanical
occupation and the profession of a sculptor; but the old
man was little disposed to hear his reasoning, and less to
be convinced; nevertheless, he felt it his duty to wait
upon Lorenzo the Magnificent.

‘Lorenzo received him with his accustomed courtesy
and politeness, and, after some previous conversation,
asked him if he would resign his son to his care, and
permit him to be adopted into his family; Lodovico con-
sented with deference, and a due sense of the obligation.
Lorenzo then offered his services to Lodovico himself,
desiring to assist him, and inquired his profession; to
which he replied, ‘I have never followed any, but have
always lived upon my slender income, taking care of
some little possessions left to me by my ancestors, and
have used my diligence not only to preserve, but improve
them.’ ‘ Well,’ replied Lorenzo, ‘look round in Flo-
rence, and if anything occurs favourable to your wishes,
you may command me to the extent of my power.’

“Michael Angelo was provided with a room,and every
accommodaticn that could be desired, in the house, or
rather the palace of Lorenzo. He sat at his table as
his own son, and was introduced to men of rank and
genius, where such men were every day received and
welcomed. His leisure hours were passed in examining
and contemplating, with Lorenzo himself, his extensive
cabinet of gems and medals; but his more serious studies
were pursued with diligence and ardour, and every day
produced something to delight his patron.”

In this respect some resemblance may be traced between
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the early history of Michael Angelo, and the incidents we
have already referred to in the outset of Galileo. The
father of each mourned over the wreck of their own little
projects, and with blind obstinacy strove to confine the
genius of their gifted sons within the petty limits of their
ambition. A change, however, came over Florence
on the death of Lorenzo the Magnificent in 1492. The
government passed into the hands of his weak and frivo-
lous brother Petro, whose character is sufficiently illus.
trated by the nature of the patronage he extended to
Michael Angelo. By him the young genius was em-
ployed, during the severe winter that succeeded his acces-
sion to power, in modelling a statue of snow! ‘The dura-
bility of his own power was fitly prefigured in the work
of art produced by his patronage. Within two years his
frivolity and vice involved the downfall of his whole
family, which was ignominiously expelled from the state
which had been adorned by the learning and virtues of
Cosmo and Lorenzo de’ Medici.

Michael Angelo forsook Florence on the expulsion of
the Medici, and retiring to Bologna, he executed several
works of great merit, among which was his celebrated
Sleeping Cupid. It was procured from him by a Floren-
tine, and sent to Rome, where it was consigned to a person
who had already received instructions as to the part he
was to play. This man buried it ina vineyard, and after-
wards contrived that it should be dug up in the presence
of some who were ignorant of his proceedings. It was at
once pronounced by all the connoisseurs who saw it to be
a genuine antique, and the Cardinal S. Giorgio became
its purchaser at a high price. The discovery of its real
authorship led to the invitation of Michael Angelo to
Rome, and although some of the connoisseurs were indig-
nant at the trick that had been played on them, the most
of them had the honesty and good sense to adhere to
their originally expressed opinion as to its great merits,
118 GENIUS AND THE FINE ARTS,

Michael Angelo produced several works of great merit
during his first sojourn at Rome, but he was soon in-
duced to return to Florence, where a more stable govern-
inent had at length been secured, and great works were
being projected by the state.

In the Piazza del Gran Duca of Florence, a gigantic
statue of David still adorns the area in front of the Palazzo
Vecchio. It was produced by Michael Angelo under
very characteristic circumstances. A huge block of
marble had Jain for many years near the place, rudely
blocked out by some earlier sculptor, with the view of
making a colossal statue, but this preliminary operation
had been executed with so little skill, that it was gene-
rally considered spoiled for any useful purpose. This
discarded block, however, attracted the notice of the
young sculptor. He begged permission of Pietro Soderini,
the Gonfaloniere or Chief Magistrate, to be allowed to
make a statue of it, and having obtained his sanction, he
. executed a model adapted to the irregularities of the mis-
shapen marble, and completed in eighteen months the
beautiful work of Art that still adorns the Ducal Piazza.
Vasari relates an anecdote of Pietro Soderini, in refer-
ence to this statue, which might find many parallels in
the history of criticism:—“ The Gonfaloniere on seeing
the statue admired it exceedingly, but pretended to dis-
cover that the nose was a little too large, which Michael
Angelo explained, by attributing the appearance to the
fore-shortening produced by the situation from which he
saw it. His scientific reasoning, however, was not per:
fectly satisfactory; therefore, in an instant he mounted
the scaffold, taking in one hand a chisel, and a little
marble dust in the other, and pretended to reduce the
surface, letting the dust fall as he appeared to be work-
ing. Soderini was flattered with this deference to his
judgment, and soon exclaimed, Now I am better pleased;
you have given tt life.”
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Bat we must hasten on to the period of his return to
Rome. He was only in his twenty-ninth year when he
was invited thither by Julius II., a pontiff who, in his
impetuosity and strikingly energetic character, bore a
considerable resemblance to the great sculptor himself.
He was summoned immediately to Rome, and commis-
sioned to execute a mausoleum for the Pope ona scale of
unusual magnificence. The whole proceedings that fol-
lowed thereupon are singularly characteristic both of the
Pope and the Sculptor. They are thus briefly described
by a recent writer:—“ Michael Angelo made a design
which, had it been finished according to his original in-
tention, would have surpassed in grandeur, beauty, and
richness of ornament every ancient and imperial sepulchre.
It was to have had four fronts of marble, embellished
with forty statues, besides several mezzo-relievi in bronze.
To this design Rome and the world are indebted for the
magnificent church of St. Peter’s; for Michael Angelo
having suggested to the Pope that the interior of the old
edifice would not allow sufficient space for the monument
to be properly seen, the pontiff determined to rebuild the
church on a larger scale. While the monument was in
progress, the Pope delighted to come and inspect it; but
the work was interrupted by an accident which strongly
marks the character of the artist. Having occasion to
make some communication to his holiness, and not having
found admission on two applications, in the latter of which
he felt himself somewhat superciliously treated by one of
the officers in attendance, he gave directions to his ser-
vants to sell his goods to the Jews, and immediately set
off for Florence. He had scarcely reached Poggiobonzi,
before five couriers had arrived from Julius commanding
his immediate return, but Michael Angelo was inflexible,
and continued his journey. On arriving at Florence, he
set about finishing the cartoon of Pisa, but three briefs
were dispatched to Soderini the Gonfaloniere, requiring
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that he should be sent back. Michael Angelo excused
himself, alleging that he had accepted a commission from
the Grand Sultan to go to Constantinople for the purpose
of building a bridge. The Pope in the meantime had
gone on political affairs to Bologna, and Soderini, fearing
he should himself incur the papal displeasure through
Michael Angelo’s contumacy, persuaded him to go to
that city. Immediately on his arrival, and before he had
had time to adjust himself, he was conducted by the Pope’s
officers before his holiness, who, looking at him with an
angry glance, said, ‘What, then! instead of coming to
seek us, thou wast determined that we should come to
seek thee? Michael Angelo excused himself, saying,
‘that he had quitted Rome, being unable, after his faith-
ful services to his holiness, to endure the indignity of
being denied admission to him.’ A bishop in attendance,
intending to say something in extenuation, observed to
the Pope, that such persons, however expert in their
professions, were usually ignorant of everything else:
‘Who told thee to interfere?’ exclaimed J ulius, be-
stowing at the same time a hearty blow with his staff on
the shoulders of the ecclesiastic; and commanding Michael
Angelo to kneel, he gave him his benediction, and re-
ceived him into full favour, giving him directions at the
same time to make hisstatuein bronze. Michael Angelo
soon completed the clay model; the statue was the per-
sonification of majesty, but the face had so terrible an
expression, that the Pope demanded, ‘Am I uttering a
blessing or a curse?’ Michael Angelo replied, ‘that he
had intended to represent him admonishing the people of
Bologna, and inquired if his holiness would have a book
placed in one of the hands:’ ‘ Give me a sword,’ answered
the warlike pontiff, ‘I know nothing of books.’”

Michael Angelo returned to Rome, but the Pope had
meanwhile determined on delaying the execution of his
own monument, in order to dedicate. for a time, the
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genius of the great artist to honour the memory of his
uncle, Sixtus IV. Raphael was at this time painting in
the Vatican, and exciting universal admiration by his
magnificent productions, and it has been affirmed, not
without some appearance of reason, that this commission
was given to Michael Angelo with the hope of damaging
his reputation in the opinion of the sovereign pontiff.
He was known never to have painted a single figure in
fresco, and his jealous rivals confidently looked forward
to an ignominious failure should he undertake the com-
mission, or a rupture with Julius if he declined. There
is no doubt that he undertook the work with extreme re-
luctance; but, as Soderini told him, he had already acted
by the Pope as the king of France dared not have done,
and he now submitted to his commands. Whatever
secret causes may have instigated this new arrangement,
there can be no doubt that it was mainly promoted by
the Pope from his admiration of the genius of Michael
Angelo, and his thorough confidence in his abilities for
the novel task he assigned him. There is far greater ap-
pearance of probability in the honourable motives assigned
by Roscoe for this proceeding. “Soon after the return
of Michael Angelo from Bologna to Rome, the Pope, who
was well aware of the variety and extent of his talents,
formed the resolution of decorating the chapel erected by
his uncle, Sixtus IV., with a series of paintings on sacred
subjects, in a style of grandeur superior to any that had
before been produced. The execution of this immense
work he committed to Michael Angelo, who, we are told,
felt great reluctance in undertaking it, being desirous to
proceed with the tomb of the pontiff, and endeavoured to
prevail upon the Pope rather to intrust it to Raffaello,
who was much more conversant than himself with the
process of painting in fresco. It has also been said, that
the Pope was prompted to engage Michael Angelo in this
employ by the envy or malignity of the enemies of that
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artist, and particularly of Bramante, who, being well aware
of the superiority of Michael Angelo as a sctlptor, con-
ceived that as a painter he would be found inferior to
Raffaello; but imputations of this kind are generally the
result of little minds, that attribute to more elevated
characters the motives by which they are themselves
actuated, and the instances of mutual admiration and
good-will which appear in the conduct of Raffaello and
Michael Angelo towards each other are, at least, a sufficient
proof that they were both equally superior to an illiberal
jealousy. The pontiff, who had destined the talents of
Raffaello to another purpose, would, however, admit of no
apology.”

The Sistine Chapel was built by Sixtus IV., and deco-
rated, according to the ability of the age, with historical
paintings by various masters. These included paintings
by Signorelli, Perugino, Domenico (hirlandaio, and
others, so that it would be an extravagant and ridiculous
idea to imagine that such works of Art were doomed to
destruction by the nephew of Pope Sixtus from any other
motive than the expectation that they could be replaced
by far nobler works of Art.

Michael Angelo proceeded rapidly with his cartoons,
as the designs for fresco painting are termed, from their
being drawn on large sheets of paper; but as he had never
painted in fresco, when they were finished, he sent to
Florence for such assistance as he could procure capable
of transferring them with fidelity to the walls. He very
soon saw enough of their work, however, to satisfy him.
that some other method must be adopted in order to
realize his conceptions. He accordingly took the brush
and colours into his own hands, and with no other know-
ledge of the art than he had acquired from seeing others
execute it, he commenced the magnificent series of paint-
ings which still stand foremost among the wondrous
creations of Art. Vasari tells us that without giving his
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assistants any previous notice, he locked himself in the
chapel, destroyed all that they had done, and set to work
as a fresco painter, without suffering any one either to
assist or trouble him. He did not all at once arrive at
& perfect command of his materials, as may readily be
conceived. The subject of the Deluge was his choice for
_ his first attempt, and this he accordingly executed on the
ceiling, but to his horror it was no sooner finished, than
it became completely obscured by an exudation from the
wall. his greatly disconcerted Michael Angelo. He
went to the Pope, told him of it, and begged leave to be
allowed to leave the adorning of the Sistine Chapel
to some more practised hand. Julius, however, was not
so easily turned aside from his schemes. San Gallo, a
skilful architect, and a man of universal intelligence, was
employed to examine into the source of this unexpected
impediment. He reported that the whole cause of it

was the use of too new plaster, and this obstacle being
readily overcome, no further difficulties occurred to stay

the progress of his frescos.

His proceedings were watched by the pontiff with the
liveliest interest. ‘ As the work advanced,” says Duppa,
“the Pope frequently visited him in the chapel, and as-
cended the ladder to the top of the scaffolding, where
Michael Angelo lent him his hand that he might get with
safety on the platform. Notwithstanding this daily op-
portunity of indulging an eager curiosity, his holiness
grew impatient to see the general effect, as far as it was
advanced; and, to pacify the natural: impetuosity of his
temper, all the machinery was removed before half the
ceiling was completed. To gratify the curiosity of a
patron in a premature exhibition is often a hazardous ex-
periment, but fortunately this was attended with no dis-
appointment, ‘The Pope was perfectly satisfied, and all
men of taste and virtt so eagerly pressed forward to avail
themselves of the opportunity, that they crowded into
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the chapel before the dust occasioned by the taking down
of the scaffolding had subsided.

After the curiosity of Rome was satisfied, he resumed
his work, and with the most persevering assiduity con-
tinued till it was finished. The ceiling, which is coved,
he ornamented with architectural decorations painted in
chiar’-oscuro, and separated into numerous divisions.
The flat space at the top he divided into nine compart-
ments, each containing a subject from the Old Testament,
in the following order:—

The Deity dividing the light from the darkness, may
be considered as the first in the local arrangement; the
second picture represents a personification of the Deity,
with extended arms, creating the sun and moon, and in
the same compartment creating and fructifying the earth;
in the third space the Deity is supposed to be looking
down upon the waters, commanding them to be a habit-
able deep; the fourth is the creation of Adam, in which
the omnipotent Power is surrounded by angels, extending
his right arm as if imparting the vital principle to the
created form; the fifth is the creation of Eve; the sixth,
the loss of Paradise; the seventh, the sacrifice by Cain
and Abel; the eighth, the Deluge; and the ninth repre-
sents the inebriation and exposure of Noah. Beneath
the chiar’-oscuro entablature, which divides the coved
from the flat part of the ceiling, are arranged forty-eight
infantine figures, standing two and two on pedestals, in
diversified attitudes, supporting the cornice as caryatides;
and between them are seated twelve colossal figures of
prophets and sybils, alternately arranged. Over the win-
dows, in compartments called lunettes, are fourteen com-
positions, and an equal number of tablets, inscribed with
names expressing the genealogy of Christ; and in trian-
gular spaces, produced by the thickness of the wal] im-
mediately over the lunettes, are introduced eight compo-
sitions of domestic subjects. In the angles at the four
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extreme corners of the ceiling are represented the miracle
of the brazen serpent, the execution of Haman, the death
of Goliah, and the treachery of Judith. Besides these
various compositions, are ten medallions with historical
subjects, and more than fifty single figures disposed as
ornamental accompaniments to the general design.”

The introduction of the sibyls, who were the virgin
prophetesses of heathen antiquity, is the result of the
singular prophecies ascribed to them by some of the
early fathers in reference to the coming of Christ. “That
a mighty prophet should be born of a virgin, and be the
salvation of the Gentiles,” was affirmed by Augustine and
oth