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Wilson, Charles William, Sir. Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt, Vol. 1 - Page 479. 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 23, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/exotic/item/2694/show/2689.

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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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  • Sinai Peninsula
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Transcript INDEX. 4/9 Utin community, Jerusalem, 119. LCVuebe^Li^nan), 337, 359, 365, 366, 374. Tacitus on, 300. Iebonah. See Lubban. Leddan, the river, 362,37'. te-un/El. SzzMegidao. Lentisk, or mastic, 195. teontes. te El Litany. Lifta, 208. Lisan, El, 154, 150. LHany, El, 361, 37°—373-, Little Hermon (Jebel Duhy), 264, 265, 276, 278, 279. Longinus, 44°, 442- Lubban, 226, 232. Wady, 228. Luz, 220. Maccabees, the, 181, 194, '97, 201, 218. Mahmoud Bek Abdul Hady, 251. Makom (Mukam), 220, 235. Mangers, Palestine, 125, 129. Manuscripts found at Mar Saba, 149. Maon, 146. Mar Elyas, Convent of, 122, 169. Market-places, Jerusalem, 1, 12, 31—34, 37, 40. Mar Saba, Convent of, 147—153, 158. Martyrion, the Great Basilica, 14. Mason's marks, 47. Masonic hall, 41. Masonry, ancient, 6, 8, 38, 42, 46, 47, 5o, 5i, 72^ 115, II6- Massacre at Mar Saba, 148. Medallion on a Temple at Riikleh, 378. Megiddo, Khan el Lejjiin, 261, 262, 264, 277. Plain of, 265, 270. Waters of, 263, 267. Meiron, shrines at, 330—332. Meiselun, 378. Mejdel (Magdala), 305, 307, 308, 3J4, 3*5, 3l8, 326. Merj ibn Amir. See Plain of Esdraelon. Merj 'Ayun, 364. Merom (Huleh), 156. Merom, Waters of. See Huleh. Meshad, El, 294, 298. Metawileh, 346. Mezar, El, 276, 277. Michmash (Mukmas), 181, 183— 185, 212. Milk Grotto, Bethlehem, 130, 135. Mill-stones, 136. Minerals of Syria, 369. Mispeh. See Neby Samwil. Moab Mountains, 4, 9, 122, 1 }o, 137, 152, 154, 188. . Moat of the Citadel, Jerusalem, 1, 5. Modern architecture, Nablus, 251. Monasteries destroyed by Chos- roes, 170. Monasteries in the Plain of the Jordan, 168—179. Monastic rules at Mar Saba, 151. Mons Offensionis, 94, 107. Montefiore's buildings, SirM., 122. Moreh, 235. Mosaics, Dome of the Rock, 58, 66. Church at Bethlehem, 127. Mosque of Omar, 68. Of the Pillar, 235. Mount of Olives, 3, 8,9,57, 75, 85, 08, 90, 91, 99. Mount of Precipitation, 278, 282. Mountain warfare, 184, 209. Mountains of Judaea, 194—196. Mountains of Samaria, 261, 268 29S. Mozah (BeitMizzeh), 204. Muhammedan cemeteries, 4, 46 „ ^7,69,89,95, I02. Mukams, holy places or shrines, MuklS;^'242'253'452- Mukhnah Plain, 233, 237, 240. Muknah, Plain of, 240 4 Mutesellim, 277. Naaman, 382, 415. NabUK (Shechem), 239, 240, 247, Nablus, Bazaars of, 248. Fountains and Springs, 247, 248, 250, 251. Manufactures and trade, 249. Mosques of. 245, 247, 249. Nain, 264, 271, 278—280, 282. Napoleon I., 298. Nativity, Church of the, 122, 124 — 130. Place of the, 125, 128. Natural Bridge (El Kuweh), 371, 372. Nazareth, 264—266, 270, 274, 275, 286—288, 319. Nebo, 161, 212. Neby Daud, 11, 12. Neby Husha (Joshua), 345. Neby Nuh, 450, 451. Neby Sa'in, Nazareth, 279, 281, 285, 286. Neby Samwil (Mizpeh), 4, 91, 182, 186, 188—190, 208. Neby Shit (Seth), 450. Neby Yahia (John the Baptist), 257, 388. Neby Yunas (Jonah), 294. Nephotah (Lifta), 208. Nicopolis, 198, 200. Nob, 182, 213, 215. Oak-trees, 195, 233, 235, 240. Olive-trees, 121, 223. Olives of Bethshean, 318. Olivet. See Mount of Olives. Omar, 170. Minaret of, 35, Mosque of, 68. Pulpit of, 66. Omri, King of Israel, 257. Ophrah, 184, 222. Oratories, Haram Enclosure, 53, 70. Oreb, 275. Ornaments for camels and horses, 395- Orontes, 360. Palace of Hasbeiya, 371. Palmers, 136. Palm-tree of Saint Saba, 148, 153. Palm-trees, 137, 171. Palmyra, 429—444. Colonnade, 427, 430, 432, 437. Mausoleums, 431, 437, 439. Temple of the Sun, 429. Tower Sepulchres, 425, 436, 439. Triumphal arch, 432, 434. Palmyrene inscriptions, 433, 436, 438. Papyrus, 312, 314, 322, 347. Passes of Benjamin, 182. Paula, Sta., 232, 236. Phasaelus, 5, 7—11. Philip's Fountain, 207, 210. Philistia, 196. Phinehas, Tomb of, 235, 238. Phoenicians, 339, 357. Pilgrimages to the Jordan, 162, 165—167. Holy Sepulchre, 23, 28. Tomb of Moses, 31. Pilgrims in Jerusalem, 14, 22, 31, 32. Plain of Acre, 266, 269. Of Esdraelon, 261, 264, 271, 2S3, 295, 298, 319. Of Sharon, 277. Pool of Moses, 174. Population of Jerusalem, 118—120. Pottery, 318, 363, 364. Praetorium, 28. Protestant community, Jerusalem, 119, 120. Psephinus, Tower of, 6, 80. Quarantania, 141, 171, 173, 176, 178—181. Birds of, 176. Cells and chapels of, 176, 178. Quarries, Jerusalem, 80, 84, 96. Rachel's Tomb, 122, 123, 126. Rainfall, Jerusalem, 101. Rakkath, 288. Ramah of Benjamin (Er Ram), I 182, 189, 196, 214, 218. Ras el Ain, Ba'albek, 456. Rasheiya, 372, 374—376. Rasheiyat el Fukhar, 363—365. Ras Seiban, 277. Ras Sherifeh, 214. Raynold of Chatillon, 302. Reed villages, 346, 347. Reineh, Er, 298. Rephaim, Valley of, 122. Rimmon, the Rock, 189, 222. Roads, ancient, 319, 320, 346, 357, 374- Robinson's Arch, 38, 41, 72, 75, 80. Roman Catholic community, Jerusalem, 119. Rosary and relic makers, 16, 133, 137, 138. Rose of Sharon, 208. Roses, Valley of (Wady el Werd), 208. Rubudiyeh, stream of, 326. Rukhleh, temple at, 377, 378. Rummaneh, 277. Russian buildings, Jerusalem, 6, 214. Ruth, 132, 133. Sacred trees, 343, 361. Safed, 283, 298, 312, 314, 318, 326, 328, 329, 345. Earthquake at, 331. Safieh, 155. Sakhra, the, 60—62. Saladin, 15, 302, 389, 392, 415. Salem (Salim), 237, 240. Samaria, 233. Samaria (Shemeron), city of. See Sebustieh. .Samaria, hill of, 252, 255, 257. Samaritan border towns, 232. Samaritan Passover, 256. Samaritan Pentateuch, 251. Samaritans, 235, 236, 251—257. Kibleh of the, 240. Samaritan Temple, site of, 240, 257. Sarcophagi, 448. At Jezreel, 266. At Kedes, 336, 343, 344. Sarcophagus at Kefr Kenna, 293. Sarina, Spring of, 235. Sawieh, 228, 232, 233. Scene of Christ weeping over Jerusalem, 94. David's flight, 145, 146, 204. Schechem, Abraham's altar at, 240. Jacob's encampment at, 240. See Nablus. Scopus, 4, 63, 67, 215. Sealed fountain, 116, 139. Sebil Kait Bay, 53, 70. Sebustieh (Sebaste), 252, 253, 255, 257—259- Sefurieh (Sepphoris), 286, 290, 299, 301, 306, 316, 319, 331. Semechonitis. See Huleh. Seneh, 184, 217. Sennacherib, 185. Senur, 259. Sepulchre of Christ, 14, 18—20,64, 100. 44 Sermon on the Mount," 302. Sha'afat (Nob), 213, 215, 216. Shalem, 240. Sharon, Plain of, 106. Shechem, 220, 232, 239, 240. Shephelah, 194. Shiloh, 225, 226, 229—232. Shittim, 161. Shoemakers, Jerusalem, 27, 34. Shunem, 264, 266, 268, 269, 276— 278, 282. Siloah, 112. Siloam (Silwan), 83, 85, 94, 104, "5- Pools of, 77, 79, 103, 108. Sinjil (Saint Gilles), 228, 229. Sisera's flight, 261, 268, 270, 334. Site of Capernaum, 313, 319—322, 324. Soba, 196, 198, 201, 203. Sodom and Gomorrah, 157, 160, 161. Solomon, 439, 441. Solomon's Palace, 69. Pools, 48, 113, 138,139, Hi, 145- Stables, 49, 69. Sorek, 204. Source of the Jordan, Banias, 344, 348, 349, 352. The highest, 369. At Tell el Kady, 343, 347- Stoa Basilica, 39, 75. Stone of Destiny, 221. 44 Stone of the Christian," 302. Story of Sheikh Mohammed and his servant Ali, 452. Streets of Jerusalem, 6, 7, 9, 12, 34, 40. Strongholds of Galilee, 312, 338. Subterranean passages, 41, 42,49. Suk Wady Barada, 446. Sulem. See Shunem. Sultan Selim, 381, 401, 403. Summer pulpit of the Haram, 49, Sun-worship, 470, 471. Sychar fAskar), 236, 237. Synagogues of Galilee, 324, 330, 33i, 333, 334- Taanach (Ta'anuk), 261, 263, 267, 270. Tablet of Herod's Temple, 43, 76. Tabor (Jebel el Tur), 264, 266, 268, 271, 282, 287—289, 295 . —297, 312, 319- Taiyibeh, 222, 224. Taleil el Ful, 184, 188, 208, 213, 216, 218. Tarichcea, 309, 310, 324, 326. Tekoa (Tekua), 141. Tell 'Asur, 212. Tell Difneh, 350. Tell Dothan, 259. Tell el Kady (Dan), 343, 347, 350, 35i. Tell es Safy, 204. Tell Hum, 302, 321, 324. Temple at Hebbariyeh, 365, 366, 368. Temple of Gerizim, 234, 238. Herod, 2, 39, 43, 68, 74—80. Temples of Mount Hermon, 37s -378. Templum Domini, 44, 58, 62, 64. Terebinth-trees, 195, 204. Terrace cultivation, 73. Theories respecting the site of the Cities of the Plain, 160, 161. Sepulchre, 14, 20, 64, 100. Temple and Altar, 74, 77, 80. Threshing-floor, 132, 201, 237. Tiberias, Baths of, 291, 303. Castle of, 291, 297. City of, 283, 287, 288, 290, 302, 305, 308, 315, 326, 331. Sea of, 288, 291, 294, 304, 308, 313, 315, 317, 320, 360. Boats of the Sea of, 308—310, 316. Sea of, in the time of Christ, 3*5, 319, 326. Tomb of Abel, 382, 449, 451. Eleazer, 241, 242. Ham, 450, 451- John the Baptist, 253, 257. Noah. See Neby Nuh. Phinehas, 241. Seth. See Neby Shit. Tomb of Caleb, 233. David, 11, 12, 100. Eleazar, 233, 235. Eli and his Sons, 230. James, St., 82, 85, 97. Jerome, 129. Joseph, 231, 233, 236, 240. Joseph of Arimathea, ico. Joshua, 233. Ithamar, 233, 235. Lazarus, 89. Nun, 233. Phinehas, 235. The Virgin, 86, 87. Tombs, description of various kinds of, 95—101, 146. Tombs in the Wady Barada, 441, 445, 448. Tombs of the Judges, 96, 103. Kings, 96, 103. Prophets, 98. Valley of Hinnom, 98, 99, 105, 106, in, 114. Tophet, 115. Tower of David, 5, 7—II. Of Dyers, Magdala, 318. Trees, sacred, 235. Turks, 118. Tyre and Sidon, 338, 339. Tyropcean, 2, 4, 6, 7, 39, 72, 104. 112, 113.