Resurrection of Lazarus and supplication of Lazaruss sister (John 11:43).
Prediction of Peters denial Matthew 26:57, Mark 14:53, Luke 22:54, John 18:13).
a blind boy/man (Mark 8:22, Bethsaida, Matthew 9:27, Matthew 20:29 Bartimaeus of Jericho, Mark 10:46 Bartimaeus, Luke 18:53 Bartimaeus, references to the blind leading the blind in Matthew, Mark,
Luke, John, Thomas and other noncanonical gospels).
Moses receiving the Law from Gods right hand (Exodus 31:18).
Shell with portraits of the deceased man and woman.
of Isaac (Genesis 22:1).
Resurrection of the son of the widow of Nain (Luke 7:11, possible reference to Old Testament resurrections, e.g. the Shunammite's son [2Kings 4:36] and Ezekiel with
the dry bones [Ezekiel 37:14]).
Unknown scene (arrest of Jesus or variation of tradition legis?)
Peter strikes a rock with his wand, yielding water to
baptize his jailers (apocryphal, e.g. Acts of Saints Processus and Martinianus).
Arrest of Peter (apocryphal, e.g. Acts of Processus and Martinianus).
Miracle at Cana - water into
wine (John 2:6).
Healing the woman with an issue of blood (Matthew 9:19, Mark 5:25, Luke 8:43).
Daniel in the den of lions (Bel and the Dragon, Chapter 30).
of loaves (The 5000: Mark 6:30, Matthew 14:15, Luke 9:13; the 4000: Mark 8:1, Matthew 15:32, possible reference to Old Testament multiplication-of-loaves stories, e.g. 2Kings 4:42).
the paralytic (Mark 2:1, Matthew 9:1, Luke 5:17).
Vatican Inv. 31532