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Wilson, Charles William, Sir. Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt, Vol. 1 - Page 477. 1881. Kenneth Franzheim II Rare Books Room, William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 24, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/exotic/item/2694/show/2687.

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Title Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt, Vol. 1
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Date 1881
Description Index: Introduction / by the Very Rev. Dean Stanley -- Jerusalem / by Col. Wilson -- Bethlehem and the north of Judaea / by the Rev. Canon Tristram -- The mountains of Judah and Ephraim / by Lieut. Conder -- Samaria and the Plain of Esdraelon / by Miss E. Rogers -- Esdraelon and Nazareth / by the Rev. Canon Tristram -- Galilee, Northern Galilee, Caesarea Philippi and the highlands of Galilee, Mount Hermon and its temples / by the Rev. Dr. S. Merrill -- Damascus / by the Rev. Dr. P. Schaff -- Palmyra, The Wady Barada, Ba'albek / by the Rev. S. Jessup.
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  • Egypt
  • Palestine
  • Sinai Peninsula
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Transcript INDEX TO VOLUME ONE. Abana, 373, 382. Se* Barada. Abd el Kader, 315. Abel (Abil), 347- . TT , . . mm Abel Meholah ('Am Helweh j, 275, 278. Abila, 374- 4l6- Abilene, 374, 45°- Abishua, Tomb of, 235. Abraham's Altar, Shechem, 235, 240. Absalom's Pillar, 83, 98. Abu Ghosh (Kuryet el Anab), 199, 200, 201. Abu Shusheh, 314, 3l6- Abvssinians, 119, 176. Accho ('Akka), 302, 312, 3*9- Aceldama, 98, no. Achor, 177, 180. Acrabi ('Akrabeh), 232. Acts xxi, 26, 43. 'Adasa, 218. Adiabene, 213. Adullam, Cave of, 142, 143, 145 —147, 204. Ai, 160, 179, 182, 185, 187, 212, 222. 'Ain Fijeh, 440, 443, 446. 'Ain DCik, 171, 176, 181, 184. "Ain Hajla, 162. Ain Jalud (Gideon's Fountain), 265, 267, 271, 272, 276, 277. 'Ain el Haram iyeh (Robbers' Spring), 225, 227. 'Ain et Tabighah, 313, 314, 316, 317, 322, 324. 'Ain et Tin, 313, 322. 'Ain Tubaun, 365. 'Ain Karim, 202—208. Church and Monastery of St. John, 205, 209. 'Ain Sinia (Jeshanah), 223, 224. 'Ain es Sultan, Elisha's Fountain, 160, 170—172, 176. Ajajon (Yalo), 184, 195, 197. Ajlun, 382. Akhbara, 318, 327. Aksa, El, Mosque, 6, 65—72, 75. Facade of, 61. Alexander, 297, 415. Alexander the Great, 214. 'Alnut (Alemeth), 212. 'Amwas, 197, 198. Anastasis, 14, 64, 74. Anathoth ('Anata), 200, 210, 211. Anchorites, 130, 146—153, 176. Ancient arrows, 399, 401. Anne, Church of St., 46. Anti-Lebanon (Jebel esh Shiirky), . 371, 444, 446. Antiochus, 296. Antioch, 303. Antipatris (Ras el 'Ain), 228, 232 Antonia, 38, 39, 42, 43. Anuath('Aina), 232. Aphek (Afka), 372. Aphek (Fuku'a), 276. Apollodorus, 391. Apostles'Cave, 98, 114 Aqueduct from Ain Duk, 176. Of the Unbelievers, 116. Aqueducts from Solomon's Pools 42,48,68, 102, 106, 112—114 122, 138-14!. *> Over Wady Kelt, 169,174. Arbela, 318. Caves of, 306, 307, 127 Archulphus, Bishop7 I4,7'i96. Argob, 303. " *' »*• Armageddon, 265. Armah, 203 Armenian Church of St. James, Art°nn,T^,6,I2,I02,II9. Arrabeh, 259 Artas. See Urtas. Ascension, Church of the, 3, 4, 88, 90. Ashkenazi Jews, 26, 82, 118. 'Asker (Sychar), 2 6. Asneri, 213. 'Awertah (Gibeah Phinehas), 235, 241. Ba'albec, 453—476. Colossal stones, 454, 456, 473. History of, 468, 476. The Six Columns, 459, 462, 468. Temple of the Sun, 455, 457, 460, 464, 469. Temple of Venus, 453, 456, 457. Baal Hazor, 212. Bab el Amud (Damascus Gate), 31, 40, 41, 212. Bab Wady 'Aly, 194, 200. Bahurim, 212. Balata, 235. Balkis, Queen of Sheba, 438, 442. Banias (Caesarea Philippi), 351 — 357, 368. History of, 353. Barada (Abana), 378, 382, 443, 444, 446. Barak, 267—271, 297, 334, 341. Barclay's Gate, 39, 75, 80. Barracks, Turkish, 5, 6, 28—30, 42, 44. Basaltic formations, 302, 303, 320, 347- Bashan, 361. Plain of, 312, 327, 360. Oaks of, 359, 361, 364. Temples of, 377, 378. Basilica of Martyrion, 14. Baths, Tiberias, 291, 303. Batiheh, Plain of, 294, 324. Battle-fields of Palestine, 267—277, 282, 296, 298, 301. Battles of the Passes, 194. Bazaars of Jerusalem, 31—37. Beautiful Gate, 42, 70, 77. Bedawin, 395, 396, 405, 418, 424. Beeroth (El Bireh), 189, 215—219. Beirut (Berytus), 303, 360. Beisan (Bethshean), 264, 265, 318. Beitin. See Bethel. Beit Jala, 126, 196. Beit Nuba, 197. Beit 'Ur el Foka (Upper Bethho- ron), 191, 197. Beit 'Ur et Tahta (Lower Bethho- ron), 193, 197. Benjamin, hill country of, 181, 188, 192. Bessima, 437, 444, 445. Bethany, El 'Aziryeh, 89, 90. From Jerusalem to, 84—^88. To Jerusalem from, 90—94. Beth Arbel, 277. Bethel (Beitin), 160, 187, 196, 212, 217, 219—221. Ruins of Church at, 219. Bethesda (Birket Israil), 4, 45, 46, 52, 66, 109—112. Beth Hogla (Kasr Hajla), 157, 159, 162, 163. Bethhoron, 184, 190—197, 208. Beth Laban, 232. Bethlehem (Beit Lahm), 123—138, 196. Bethphage, 88, 89, 92. Ruins of Church, 89. Bethsaida, 294, 353. See 'Ain Tabighah. Beth Shittah (Shutta), 274, 276, Bethso, 81. Bezetha, 7. Birds of the Sea of Galilee, 322. Bir Eyub (Job's Well), 2, 94, 101, 104, 113, 117, 120. Bir ez Zeit, 223, 224. Birket Israil. See Bethesda. Birket Mamilla, 102, 108, 122, 139. Birket Sitti Miriam, 108, 109. Birket es Sultan, 102, 106, 108, «3- Bishop Alexander, 11, 120. Barclay, 120. Gobat, n, 120. Bitumen Pits of Hasbeiya, 369. | Boaz, field of, 132, 133. \ Borceos (Berkit), 232. j Border towns of Samaria, 232. i Bowers on house-tops, Banias, 351. I Bozez, 184. Bridges, 341, 347, 371, 372, 446, 447, 450. Buka'a, the, 360, 450, 453. Burak, El, 39. Burak, El (Solomon's Pools), 138 — 141. Castle of, 141. Burj Bardawil (Baldwin's Tower), 227. Buttauf, El, 292, 298, 300, 304. Buying and selling, Jerusalem, 32, 37- Caesarea Philippi (Banias), 155, 351—357. Cafe, A Jerusalem, 33, 36. Caiaphas, house of, 12. Caliphs, Fatimite, 15. Callirrhoe, 144, 154, 155. Calvary, 23. Camels, 412, 419. Cana of Galilee, 287, 292, 293, 298, 300. Capernaum, 287, 318, 319—322, 324- Carmel, 261, 264, 266, 277, 282, 286, 288. Castle of Hunin, 337, 346. Castle of Rasheiya, 376. Castle of Subeibeh or Banias, 354, 355, 358, 361. Castle of Tiberias, 291, 297, 312. Cave Adullam. See Adullam. Cave at Banias, 352. Cave of the Cross, 19, 21, 23. Dreamers, 146. Sakhra, 60—62. Cavern at 'Ain Fijeh, 446. Caverns, 323, 327, 352, 367. Caverns of the Kings, 84. Caves in the cliffs of Kedron, 155. Valley of Hinnom, 114. Caves of Arbela, 306, 307, 327. Of the cliffs of Akhbara, 327. In the hill of Tiberias, 290, 291. Cedars of Lebanon, 369, 474, 475. Cells and chapels, Quarantania, 176. Cemeteries, Jewish, 82, 85, 95— 100. Moslem, 4, 46, 67, 69, 89, 95, 102. Cemetery, Protestant, 94, 95. Chapel o'f Helena, Holy Sepulchre, 15, 19, 22, 23. Cherith, Brook. See Wady el Kelt. Chinnereth, 288. Chosroes, 148, 150, 170, 174. Christ at Caesarea Philippi, 356. Christ Church, Jerusalem, 11, 102. Christian Villages, 224, 225, 228. Churches at Nazareth, 285. Church of the Ascension, 3, 4, 88, 90. Holy Sepulchre, 14—28. Nativity, Bethlehem, 124—130. 11 Ciccar," 157, 160, 161. Cisterns, Jerusalem, 72—74, 101, 106—109. Cistern of Kasr el Yehud, 170. Citadel of Jerusalem, 6, 7—11, 105. Entrance to, 3. Cities of Refuge, 342. 11 Cities of the Plain," 157, 160, 161, 176. 44 City of Colour," Magdala, 318. Cloisters of the Temple, 76, 81. Coele-Syria, 360. See Bitka'a. Coenaculum, 12. Convent of St. George, Wady Kelt, 175. Coptic Monastery, 17. Copts, 119, 176. Costume of Women of Bethlehem, 33, I33—I35- Siloam, 32. Cotton-cleaning, 36, 44. Cotton grotto, 84. Crusaders, 15, 42, 58, 62, 68, 128, 135, *7°j 3°2, 327, 357- Crusaders' churches and fortresses, 18, 135, 179, 187, 195, 201, 215, 225, 226. Crusading topography, 206, 235. Damascus, 381—428. Arch of Triumph, 391, 396. Bab Tuma, Gate of Thomas, 416. Bazaars, 406—412. Book bazaar, 390, 408, 409. Cafes, 383, 384, 386, 400, 414. Cemeteries, 386, 404. Citadel, the, 397, 400, 401. Costumes, 406, 412. Death-cry, the (wilwdl), 402. Dervishiyeh, the, 397. Dome of the Treasures, 387, 388. East Gate (Bab Shurky), 389. fountains, 404, 406, 421. Gardens, 382, 386. Gates, 389, 410, 411, 416. Ghutah, the, 384. Glass lamps, ancient, 389. Glazed tiles, 389, 397, 402. Greek inscription over a disused door of the Great Mosque, 408, 423. Head of John the Baptist, 387, 388. Horse Market, 405, 412. Horse-shoes, 413. Hotel, 384. House of Rimmon, 392. Irrigation, 384. Lepers' Hospital, 415. Makbaret Bab es Saghir, 386, 404. Merj, the, 381, 384, 401. Mohammedan worship, 422. Mosques, 38f3—397. Mosque el Amwy, 386—392, 411. Mosque es Sabuniyeh, 392, 395. Mosque es Sinaniyeh, 397. Minarets, 385—390, 397- Mueddins, 385, 390. Myrtle plantation, 386. Naaman, 414. Peasants' bazaar, 395. Peasant quarters, 386, 395. Pigeon fanciers, 414. Pilgrimage to Mecca, 426. Plane-trees, 397, 407. Population, 381. Present condition of, 426, 428. Private houses, 402—406, 420. Remains of Roman temple, 391, 396, 408, 423. Rivers of, 382.