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Wilson, Charles William, Sir. Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt, Vol. 2 - Page 475. 1883. Kenneth Franzheim II Rare Books Room, William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 8, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/exotic/item/543/show/538.

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Title Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt, Vol. 2
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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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Transcript 474 INDEX. Edfu, 426, 429, 440, 443, 444, 455— 457- Edom, 211—229. Eglon. See Ajlan. Egyptian Rule in Palestine, 78, 79. Temples, Construction of, 440— 447- Ehden, or Eden, 22, 23. Ekron. See *Akfr. Elah. See Wady es Sunt. Elath, 227. Elephantine, 4^0, 464, 465. Eleutheropolis, 174. Elijah, 326, 335, 33^, 348. Elijah's Fountain, 101. Garden, 102. Elisha's chapel, 348. Elim, 247, 251, 256, 257, 275, 285. Engedi, 190, 192, 199, 207. 11 Eothen," 247. Erment, 455. Erweis el Ebeirig, 341. Eschol, 183, 195, 211. Esdraelon, 96, 107, 109. Esne\ 455- i tasebius, 127, 309. Eutychius, 326. Exodus, The, 272, 329, 330. Ezion Geber, site of, 227. Fables, Arab, 99, 102, 125, 126. Fakr ed Din, the Druse prince, 35, 43, 77- Fakus (site of Goshen), 368. Feiran (Pharan), 302, 308—310, 32^ 33C 334- Finn, Mr. James, 139, 223, 224. First Cataract, 454, 463,-467. .Flora of the 'Arabah, 226. Carmel, 102, 103. Engedi, 191, 202, 203. Lebanon, 19. Plain of Acre, 92—94. Plain of Sharon, 146. Fountain of Afka (Apheca), 16, 27. of Honey (Neb'ael 'Asal), 28, 30. of Milk (Neb'a el Lebban), 20, 23, 28, 29, 30. Fruit-Gardens of Saida, 43. Jaffa, 142, 143. Ful, El (the Bean), 250. Fustat, 375, 378, 404, 408. Ga'ah, El, 296, 312, 321. Ganneau, M. Ch. Clermont, 143, 144. Gardens at Haifa, 94, 95. Jaffa, 142. Wady Leja, 254, 348. Gate of Ptolemy Euergetes, Karnak, 446, 448. Gates, City, 73—81. Gath, 157—161, 176. Gaza (Ghuzzeh), 169, 170, 172, 175. Gazelles, 273. Gebel es-Silsileh, 459, 460. Gerar, 172. Gezer, 144. Ghudian, El (Ezion Geber), 227. Gill, R. E., Captain, 242. Girgeh, 421, 423. Glass, ancient, 63. invention of, 71, 72. factory, Hebron i note), 195. Goliath of Gath, 157, 158. Goshen, Land of, 359—370. Site of city of, 368. Granary of Egypt, The, 421. Grottoes of the Dog River, 30. and caves of Mount Carmel, 85— 99, 101. Guerin, M., 139. Gulf of Akabah, 251, 253. Suez, 248. Haifa, 70, 75, 78, 92—99. El 'Atikah (ancient), 96. Ilajal el Laghvveh (the Speaking Stone 1, 330—341. Hall of Columns, Karnak, 444, 449 —452. Hamath, 1, 2, 4. Hammam Far'un (Pharaoh's Plot Bath), 250, 258, 265. Hanawiel'.. 57, 65. Hariri, AI, 83. Harothieh, 107. Harvest, 6. Hasrun, 24. Hatasu, sister of Thothmes, 422, 428, 452. Hazeroth, 270. Hazouth, 231. Hebron, 183—187, 194—199. Hejer, 327, 328. Helena, Empress, 310, 325, 326. Fleliopolis, 366, 369, 370. Hermits of Carmel, 99. Herodotus, 368. Herod the Great, 88^ 126, 127. Hesweh, El, 298, 302, 303, 305. Hesy el Khattatin, 298, 302, 305. Hidden treasure, 311. Hiram's Tomb, Tyre, 57, 63, 66. j Hi, the sculptor of Abydos, 424. Hivites, 1. Holy Grail, The, 128. " Horeb," 298, 299, 329, 335. Hot springs, 250, 258, 260, 265, 313. Hyksos (Shepherd Kings), 363— 368. Ibrahim Pasha at Acre, 78, 80. Imam 'Aly, Sanctuary of, 141—143. Inscriptions, Egyptian and Assyrian, 31. at Sarabit el Khadim, 272, 273. in Wady Berrah, 330. Mukatteb, 267, 268, 270, 291, 292,-301, 304. on Hudheibat el Hajjaj, 267. Phoenician, 46. Isma'ilia, 242, 361. Jabneh. See Yabneh. Jackals, 276. Jaffa (Joppa), 128, 129, 131, 132, 133, 139—148. to Ramleh, 143, 144. Jaita, 22. Jebaah, 296. Jebal, El, 213. Jebel Abu Rumail, 343. Atakah, 239—241. 'Aribeh, 299. Bisher, 258. Ed Deir, 346, 358. El Benat, 303, 307, 310. El Fur'eiah, 346. El Hamr, 345. El Jozeh, 307. El Markha, 277, 278. Et Tih, 256, 258, 266, 34:, 357. Fera, 344, 345. Hammam Far'un, 250, 257, 263, 265. Harun, Mount of Aaron, 217, 220—225. Katharina, 252, 267, 312, 341, 343, 344, 346, 357, 358. Latrum, 312. Mar Elyas. See Carmel. Moneijah, 311, 356. Muarras, 302. Mukatteb, 251, 292, 294. Musa, 231, 237, 252, 293, 298, 303, 3io, 312, 323, 326, 329, 33i, 334, 335, 339, 34^, 347, 349, 35i, 356. Serbal, 252, 267, 296, 298, 299, 302, 303, 306, 323, 336, 339, 34i. Shinenir, 320. Sona, 299, 346, 355. Tahuneh, 302, 303, 306, 309, 331. Tarbush, 341. Tiniyeh, 319, 348. Umm Shomer, 293, 312, 341, 350. Zebir, 343, 357. Jerar, i6p. Jethro, 260, 323, 329, 334, 354. Jezebel, 335, 336. Jezirat Far'on (Isle of Pharaoh), 224, 228—230. Jezreel (Zerin), 96, 107. I Jezzar Pasha, of 'Akka, 74, 75, 87, j 174. Jibaliyeh, 243. I Jokneam. See Tell Kaimun. j Josephus, 98, 220—222, 323. ! Juneh, 24, 31. Jurah, El, 166. Justinian, 310, 323, 326. Kadesh Barnea, site of, 209, 211, 222. ! Kadis, 'Ain (the Spring of Kadis'), 209, 211. Kadisha, Valley of the, 58. The Holy River, 14. Kanah, 66. Kantarah, 358. Karnak, 427, 429, 440, 444, 446— 452. Kasimiyeh, 50—53. Kassasin, 361. Katrine, 118, 121, 222. Kefr Lamm, a night at, 114, 117. Saba, 117—136, 138. Kerek, 202. Khan Dustrey, 113. Neby Yunas, 40, 44. Kholzum, 242. Kibroth Hattaavah, 341. Kirjath-jearim, 156. Kishon, the river, 80, 92, 97, 106, 107. Kitchener, Lieutenant, R. E., 135. Kom-Ombo, 459, 461, 463. Kom-es-Sultan, 424. Koran, Passages relating to Moses, 260, 261. Nebi Saleh, 327, 328. Kill 'at el Kurn (Montfort), 70, 71. Ras el 'Ain (Mirabel), 120, 121, 138, 139. Kurnah, 429, 433. Ladder of Tyre, 64, 67, 68, 69. Lake Menzaleh, 241, 358. Timsah, 242, 360, 361. Lakis (Lachish), 170. Latron, 147, 152. Lebanon, Divisions of the, 18, 19. Government, 19, 22. Geological formation, 26. Lebbekh-trees, 461, 462. Legend of Abu Shebib, 310. of Abu Zena's horse, 264, 266. of the u Girls' Mount," 307. of " Pharaoh's Bath," 259. of the "Speaking Stone," 341. of the " Stricken Rock," 298. Leontes, the, 50, 51, 53. Lepsius, 305, 320, 326. Libnah, 171. Libyan Hills, 420, 427, 428. Litany, 50, 52. Liyatheneh Arabs, Petra, 213, 214. Louis IX., 90, 95, 99, 129. Luxor, 428, 429, 433, 440, 442, 443, 445—447, 453- Ancient Christian Church at, 447. Lycopolis, 421. Ma'asarah, El, 413. Madhawa, El (the Lighthouse), 312. Magharah, 286, 305. Maharrad, El, 302, 305, 307, 310, 311 , 315. Mahattah,V467. Mahrakah, El (place of Elijah's sacrifice), 89, 92, 93, 105—107. Mahsamah, 361. Makrizi, El, 91. Mamre (Rametel Khulil), 187,189. Mangaz Hisan Abu Zena, 264—266. Manna, 276—278, 298. Map of North Lebanon, 12. Marah, 250. Marathus. See Amrit. Mareshah, 72. Markha, El, 251, 274, 277, 278, 286, 288, 294. Markheiyeh, 274, 286. Mariette, M., 406, 411, 432, 440, 44i, 455- Maronite convents, 25, 32. Maronites, 22, 23, 24, 30. Maspero, M., 446. Massah, 398. Medinet Habu, 429, 430, 436, 438— 440. Mejdel (MigdoO, 164, 167. Melek ed Daher Bibars, 129, 134, 135, 139, M4- Melek-el-Ashraf Khalil, 91, 114. Melia Azederach, 74. Melon harvest, 130, 131. Memphis, City of, 406—408, 421. Meneptah (Pharaoh of the Exodus), 363. Menes, 407, 421. Menzaleh, Lake, 241. 11 Meribah," 298. Metn, El, 26. Meydum, 272, 412, 414. Midian, Land of, 231. Migdol, 368. Millstones, 82, 83. Minyeh, 413, 418—420. Mirabel, 120, 121. Moab, Mountains of, 199, 201. Mohammed Ali, 78. Monasticism, 313—318. Moses, Traditions respecting, 259— 264. Moses' Rock, 345. Mosque of Jezzar Pasha, 'Akka, 76, 87. the Sacred Fish, Tripoli, 10, 12. 44 Mountain of God," 329, 334, 336. " Mountain of the Law," 310, 318, 324, 329, 334, 35i, 353, 358. " Mount of the Conference," 311. Hor, 217, 220, 225. Seir (Esh Sherah), 211, 213. Sinai, 260, 299, 310, 322, 323. Turon, 91. Mukhaled, 113, 130, 132. Mullawiyeh Convent, 8, 15, 18. Murex purpura, 44, 48, 61. Museilihah Castle, 11, 22. Museum at Bulak, 406, 414. Mutaneh, 455. Nagb Buderah, 286,289,333,338. Hawa (Pass of the Wind), 320, 33i, 34i, 344, 353- Nahr Abu Zabura, 130, 131. Nahr el Aujeh, 121, 139. Nahr el F'alik, 132. Nahr el Kebir, 1. Nahr el Kelb (Dog River), 20, 21, 28, 30. Nahr es Zerka (Crocodile River), 123-126. Nahr Na'man (Belus j, 71, 94. Nahr Sukereir, 172. Napoleon at 'Akka, 75, 76. Carmel, 99. Jaffa, 139. Napoleon's Mount, 91. Natural bridges, 20, 21, 27, 28. Nawamis, 310, 320, 325, 344. Nebi Saleh, 327. Neby Harun, 220, 222. Lut, 188. Saleh, 231. Yunas, 40, 44. Necropolis of Asyut, 418. Memphis, 414—417. Nefert and Rahotep, Statues of, 414. Nile, Rising of the, 400, 404. Towns and villages on the, 417, 421. scenery, 420, 422, 425, 427, 429, 453—455- Nilometer, 400. Nubia, 472. Nusairiyeh Mountains, the, 10. Obelisk of Heliopolis, 366, 369, 37o. at Karnak, 428, 429, 449. at Luxor, 443. Obelisks, 468. Origen, 54, 55, 127. Orontes, the, 51, 52. Osiris, Worship of, 440, 471, 472. Burial-place of, 421, 424, 469. Resurrection of, 424. Palgrave, Mr., 280—284, 285, 33*« Palmer, Prof. E. H., 242, 243, 246, 250, 255, 258, 259, 261, 270, 289, 290, 294, 310, 312, 320. Captain, 334. Palceotyrus, 60, 62, 63. Passage of the Israelites, 241, 242, 258, 259. Paula, Sta., 127. Paul, St., 127, 139. Paul the Hermit, 316—318. Petra, 211—223. The Defile, 215, 217, 218. Peutinger Tables, the, 227. Pharan, 302, 308—310, 323, 331. Pharaoh,' Traditions concerning, 261—264.