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Wilson, Charles William, Sir. Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt, Vol. 2 - Page 474. 1883. Kenneth Franzheim II Rare Books Room, William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 22, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/exotic/item/543/show/537.

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Title Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt, Vol. 2
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  • Wilson, Charles William, Sir
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Date 1883
Description Index: Phoenicia and Lebanon / by the Rev. H. W. Jessup -- The Phoenician plain / by the Rev. Canon Tristram -- Acre, the key of Palestine, Mount Carmel and the river Kishon, Maritime cities and plains of Palestine / by Miss M. E. Rogers -- Lydda and Ramleh, Philistia / By Lt. Col. Warren -- The south country of Judaea / by the Rev. Canon Tristram -- The southern borderland and Dead Sea / by Professor Palmer -- Mount Hor and the cliffs of Edom, The convent of St. Catherine / by Miss M. E. Rogers -- Sinai / by the Rev. C. P. Clarke -- The land of Goshen, Cairo, Memphis, Thebes, Edfu and Philae / by S. Lane-Poole.
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  • Palestine
  • Sinai Peninsula
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Transcript INDEX TO VOLUME TWO. Aaron's Hill, m&- Mount lh>r, 225. Tomb, Mount Hor, 220, 222— --'4 'Abbas Pasha. 319, 546. Abdallah Pasha, 74, 76, 99. 'Abd-el-Latif at Memphis, 408. Abraham's Oak, Hebron, 103, 193. Habtb of Tanturah, 1 Abu-Simb« ! Abydos, site ot Thinis, 421—424, 429. Acclb bio. Achzib /i!> i . See 'Akka. Plain of, 71. 7j, 74, S >, 92—94, Adonis, the \, Nahr Ibrahim , 17. 19. Adullam (Ed el _\ 192, Afka, Fountain of 1 Apheca), 16, h Ahab, 336. Ailah, or Aileh. See Elath. 113. 'Ain el Hist 'Ain Hauwarah, 250, 256. 'Ain Kadis, 2 9, 211. 'Ain Slums \ Bethshemesh 156. Ain es Siyeh, the Pilgrim's Fountain, 101. Ain el Weibeh, 209, 211. Ajlan Eglon). 171. 'Akabah Aih-th , ;, 228. (illIf of. 224. 22'>- 'Akir Ekron), • 5 s 156. Akka (Accho l'tolmais, St. Jean d.V : •*, 8a— Akuia. Cliffs of 11. j: Natural Bl Alexander the Great, 54, 50, Anssh, 294. 'Aly ibn Ahim. S Amalekites, 290—306. A"- Amenoph [IL, 4 />, 447- Am<>n, 420. Ainrit, run ithus), 6—0, Antaradns 1 Tartus). ; Antlu. I, 320. Anti: 139. Antoninus M ApoQoi Aqueduct :. 75. Ca?sarea, 130. of Kas d "Ain, Tyre, 60, 63. lb, Wady cl. ur, sal Animal life in, 226. •1 Of, 226. Arab life in the dese 24'. U9- sailing-boat, 1x8, 119. Moral qualities Of the, 281, 285. Arabs. Towarah. Arak el Menshiyeh, 171. Ard Dabttha, Jaffa. 14 ;. Ark, journey of Ihe, 154, 155. Arka, Tell, 10. Anion, the Arvadn Ascalon ( A-ki.lan). 164, 166, 169, 173, Ashdod (Eshdud), 154, 165. rAshor, Wady, 66, 67. dn rock-cut tablets, 31, 33. Aswan 1 Syene 1, 460-463, 467, 468. Asyut 'Siout-, 415, 418, 420, 421. Athanasius, 315, 316. Athar Nagat en Nebi, 327. Athlit, 79, 95—101, 104, 108, 109, 115. Ayun Musa, 242, 245, 246, 248, -•49, 256. BAAL, Priests of, ic6. Worship, 6, 7. BAdiet et Tih (Desert of the Wanderings), 211. Baldwin I., 35, 90, 128, 129, 227. Barbarossa's grave at Tyre, 55. Barbers, 407, 463. Barcochaba (the false Messiah), 162, 163. Barucha, 189. Basalt, 82, Battle at Rephidim, The, 298, 299, 303, 306, 310, 331. Acre. 83, 91, 92. Bedawin, Dress of, 244, 245. Character and religion of, 244, 280 Stories about the, 278—280. Beersheba (Bir es Seba'), 168, 207, 209. Beidhat Umm Takhah, 320, 326. Beirut, 34. 1 tistant view of, 28, 33. Beit Jebrin, 171—178. Belid er Ruheh (Breezy Land), 100. Bel fort (Shukif), 52, 7°- BeUianen, 421. the (Nahr Na'man), 71, 94. Berroii (Kaukan d Hawa:, 7 >. Belsoni, 11 \. Benisooef, | 1.ih. [84, 189. hemesh (Am Shems), 153. 155, 156. !i. 466. • 1 .mm 1 Pharaoh's Lake), 358. Border-land of Egypt, 361. Brickmaking, indent and modern, Bridges, natural. so, 29. British Heel at "Akka, 79. irdns, 101. » h, Herr, 241. Bulak. Ifnseom at, 406, 41 \. Burckhardt, si, 235. Burning Bush, The, 261, 262, 334, ;., Captain R. F., 23 ~>. Buweib. Id (the Gate of Feiran), 33i, 339- CABUL (Kabul). 71. Caesarea Sebaste, 108, 109, in, 1 u. 1-'1. t3 ■■ Cafe Beirut. 30. Cafe in the Lebanon, 29. Cairns in Wady Nisrin, 293, 294, I'M- Abbasy Khalits, 375- Arabian art. Early, 397- tar of Bulak, 403, 4°& Armourers'. 377, 3«3i 3N- Eo^ranShs' (Suk en Nah- basin), 375,382. Cairo, Shoe Bazaar, 376, 384. Cafe, A suburban, 309. Canal, The city, 394, 395, 399— 404. Cutting the dam of the, 402, 404. Cemetery, The Eastern, 383, 386, 389. Citadel, The, 378, 390, 396. Ezbekiyeh, 378. El Fustat, 375, 378, 404, 40S. Gardens, City, 398, 400. Gates, City, 370, 378, 389. Gate from 'Akka at, 91. "Gate of Conquests," Bab el Futuh, 378. 14 Gate of Victory," Bab en Nasr, 370, 378. Harat ibn Tulun, 397. Isma'iliyeh canal, 378. Jemaliyeh, The, 382. Jowhar, 375, 377. Kara Meydan, 378. EI Kata'i, 375, 378. Khan El Khalily, 373—375, 382. Lanterns, Seller of, 371. Lattice windows (tneshrebiyehs), 379. 397- Marghush, The (Cotton Market), 382. Maristan of Kalaun, 388. Masr el 'Atikah, 400, 401—404. Memluk Sultans, 387—389. Modern structures, 378, 379, 388. Mosque of 'Amr, 404, 405. El Hakim, 378. Hasan, 38I, 389, 396. Mohammad 'Aly, 390—396. En Nasir, 388. Tulun, 378, 397. Mosques, 378, 381, 384—397, 404. Construction of, 390—393. on Mukattam, 393. Mukattam Mount, 378, 391, 393. EI Musky, 378, 379, 382, 389. El Mustansir, 377. Nile, Rising of the, 400—404. Nilometer, 400. Origin and growth of El Kahirah (Cairo), 375—379- Pointed arches, 397. Private houses, 379, 382. Rodah. Island of, 400. Rumeylah, 378, 389. Saladin, 377, 378. Schools, 372, 385, 393. Sebil, or street fountain, 370. Shops, 370, 376, 377, 382. Streets and lanes. 379. Suk en Nahhasin, 375, 382. Suk es Seliah, 383. Sukkariyeh, The, 383. Tomb-mosque of Barkuk, 383, 384, 389- El Ashraf Barsabay, 380, 389, 39°- Kait Bay, 386, 389- 11 Tombs of the Memluks," 390, 392, 396. University mosque, El Azhar, 389. View from Mount Mukattam, 387, 396. _ Wall, The City, 377, 378. Call to prayer, 115, *35- Camel-litter, 391. Camel, The, 82, 83, 246, 247, 252. Canal, the Suez. See Suez. Carmel, Mount, 70, 84, 85, 88, 89, 99—109. Castel Blanc (Burj Safita), 4. Castellum Peregrinorum, no. Castle of 'Akabah, 228. Cadmus, 2. Ras el 'Ain (Mirabel), 120, 138. Castle of Museilihah, 11, 12. Tripoli, 15. Cataract, First, 454, 463—467. Cathedral of Tartus, 6. Tyre, 54, 56. Cave of Machpelah, 183, 1S6, 194, i95. Cedars of Lebanon, 14, 24—26. Chapel of Elijah, 351, 353. Chasm of Neb'a el Lebban, 23. Church on Jebel Tahuneh, 306. at El Maharrad, 310. Cities of the Delta, 367, 369. Cleopatra, daughter of Ptolemy VI., 9S. Portraits of, 426. Coast road, no, 114, 117. Coinage of 'Akka, 89, 91. The Crusaders, 90, 91. Sycaminum, 08. Colocynth, 131, 226. Colossi, The twin, 427, 429, 434, 437- Colossus of Rameses, The fallen, 433, 434- Conder, C. R., Lieutenant (now Captain), R. E., 103, no, 127. Convent at Ajeltun, 25, 29. of St. Catherine, Jebel Musa, 230, 238, 339, 346, 356. Bells, 234. Servitors, 238. of Mount Carmel, 84, 100. Convent Gardens, 254, 341, 346. in Wady Sigilliyeh, 320, 321. of El Arba'in, 342, 345, 346, 353, 354. of SS. Cosmas and Damian, 344. of St. Episteme, 346. of St. John Climax, 344. Convents of St. Anthony and St. Paul, 313, 318. Copper mines, 272. Crocodile cemetery, Manfalut, 416. River. See Nahr es Zt rka. Crocodiles, 123, 126. Crusading fortresses and churches, 52, 70—72,90, 91, ior, 104,105, 118, 123, 129, 135, 147. Dagon, 154—164. Daliet el Kurmul, 103. Ruheh, 103—123. Dancing Dervishes, Convent of the, 8, 18. David and Goliath, 157, 158. Dead Sea (Bahr Lut), 185, 199, 201, 204, 206. Defile of Athlit, no, 113. of Petra, 217, 220. Deir, ed (the convent), Petra, 220, 221, 224. Dendarah, 426, 428, 429, 440, 444, 455- Desert of Sinai, 331. Detroit, 113, 114. Deyr eLBahry, 422, 428, 429, 433, ' 452' Deyset Fur'eiah, 346. Dhaher-el-'Amer, 76, 95. Diana (Ezion), 227. Dog River. See Nakr el Kelb. Dom palm, 454- Donkey boys, 240, 281. Dophkah, 294. Dor. See Tanturah. Druses of Mount Carmel, 100, 103 106. Lebanon, 41. Dura (Dora), 195. Dustrey, 113, 114- Eben-ezek, 154.