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Wilson, Charles William, Sir. Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt, Vol. 2 - Page 476. 1883. Kenneth Franzheim II Rare Books Room, William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. February 25, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/exotic/item/543/show/539.

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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 ^^■■■■■1^1 INDEX. Philae, 426, 466—469. Philistia, 149—172. Ancient cities of, 150, 151. Extent of, 150. Sand dunes of, 150. Phoenician inscriptions, 46. Baal-worship, 7. Phoenicians, the, 57, 58. Pigeon-houses, 407, 417, 421. Islands (Beirut), 38, 40. Pilgrim caravans. Pilgrimage to Holy Places on Jebel Musa, 346—353. Pithom, Excavations at, 442. Pithom-Succoth, 363. Plagues oi 1 gypt, 263.. Plain of Acre, 71, 72, 74, 80, 92 — 94- of Esdraelon, 96, 107, 109. of Sharon, 126, 132, 134, 146. of Thebes, 427, 428. Port Royal, 321. Sa'id, 359, 361. Prayers at sunset, 115, 131. Prince of Wales at Hebron, 19S, 199. Ptolemals, 88—90. Ptolemies at Acre and Sycaminum, tne, 87, 89, 98. Purple dve, the, 61. Shells.' 44, 48, 61. Pyramid of Menkara, Red, 410,411. of Meydum, 412. 414. of Steps, 411, 413, 414. Pyramids, Construction and object of the, 412—414. of Dakshur, 405, 414. of Gizeh, 405, 408—411. of Sakkarah, 405, 411, 413, 414. Pythagoras on Mount Carmel, 99. Raanises, 363. Rahah, Plain of Er, 234, 238, 334, 344, 353, 356. Rain and floods in the Desert. 253, 254- Rameses I., 433. II. (Pharaoh the Oppressor), 240, 261, 272, 303, 304, 363, 422, 424, 433, 436, 446. at Memphis, Fallen statue of, 408, 414. at Thebes, Fallen colossus of, }; v 434. III?, 436, 438, 439, 446. IV., 272, 282, 336. Rameseum, The, 427, 429, 433— 435- Ramet el Khulil, 187, 189. Ramleh, 144—148. Ras Abu Zemineh, 275, 2S6, 309. Atakah, 239. el Abyad (White Cape), 65, 67. el'Ain, castle of, 120, 121, 138, 139. en Nakurah, 68, 69. Kerum (head of the vineyard), 88, 95. Mohammad, 251. Sufsafeh, 293, 299, 326, 334, 338, 339, 344. 352, 353, 355, 35°. Tyre, 60, 63, 67. Raymond of Toulouse, 14, 15. Raynald of Chatillon, 227, 230. Rephidim, 294, 298, 299, 302, 303, 310, 329, 331, 335. Rhodopis, 411. Richard Cceur de Lion, 90, 135, 166. Roads leading to 'Akka, 81—83. Rogers, Mr. E. T., 84, 226. Rorgius, Seigneur of Caiphas (Haifa), 95. Rose of Jericho, 286. Sacrifices on Jebel Harun (Mount of Aaron), 225. Jebel Musa (Mount of Moses), 231. to Moses, 311. Saida (Sidon), 42—48, 51. History of, 42, 43. Population and schools, 43. Sairiyehs, 24^, 365, 395, 471. Sakkarah, 413, 414, 416. Saladin (Salah-cd-Din), 90, 135. Saleh, Nebi, 327. Samson, 151, 153, 154- San. Sanctuary of 'Aly Ibn Aleim, 1-54 135. Imam 'Aly, 141, 143. Sand dunes, Beirut, 39. Philistia, 150. storms in the Desert, 250, 253 Sarabit el Khadim, 258, 266, 270, 271—274, 279, 282. Sarbut el Jemel, 267. Sarepta (Zarephath), 49, 50. View from site of, 51. School of the Prophets (Carmen 85, 89. * Sebil Abu Nabut, Jaffa, 136, 143. Sefuriyeh, 72. Seigneurie de Caiphas (Haifa), 95. Seih Bab'a, 286, 294. Sidreh, 288, 290, 291, 294. Selim I., 91. Seneferu, 272, 414. Sepphoris, 72. Septimus Severus, 436. Serapeum at Sakkarah, The, 416. Serbal, 252, 267, 296, 298, 299, 302, " . 303, 306, 312, 323, 336, 339. Seti L, and his temples, 422, 424, 433- Shadufs, 248, 425. Shagik el 'Ajuz, 341. Shark in Pharaoh's Bath, 259. Shefa 'Amr, 71. I Sheikh Abu Shebib, 310. Shellahs, 467. Shell Mounds, Tyre, 61. Shepherd Kings. See Hyksos. Shittim-trees, 30S, 310, 324. Shocoh (Shuweikeh), 157, 158, 159. Shukif (Castle of Belfort), 52, 70. Shur, 247, 253, 256. Sidon. See Saida. Sidonians, 1, 6. Sieges of Acre, 75, 78, 79, 89. Silence of the Desert, 255. Siloam Tablet (note), 46. Siout. See Asyut. Siyeh, Wady es, 101. Snow (Sinai), 261. Solomon, 4. Sources of the Dog River, 20, 23, 28, 29, 30. Sphinx, 409, 411. Springs, 341, 346. Stanley, Dean, 198, 222. Stephen the Porter, St., 236, 237. Store chambers built by the Israelites, 363, 364. Stricken Rock, The, 298, 302. Sunset, 276. Supper at Kefr Lamm, 115, 116. Sur, Es (Tyre), 53—66. Surafend, 114. Sur'ah (Zorah), 149, 151—155. Sycaminum (Tell es Sernak), site of, 98, 99, no. Tabitha, tomb of, 143, 147. Tablet of Abydos, 424. Tabtic, 329. Tamarisks, 317, 322, 328. Tancred, 95. Tanis. See Zoan. Tanta, 368. Tanturah (Dor), 105, 114, 115, "7 —123. Landing at, 118, 119. Tartus. See Antaradus. Teko (Teku'a), 188—190. Tel Gezer, near Abu Shusheh, 144. Tell el Kassis, 107. Tell-el-Kebir, 361. Tell-el-Maskhutah, 361, 363- Tell es Safy, 158—161, 176. Tell-es-Samut, 368. Tell es Semak (Sycaminum Shik- monah), 98—103. Toll Kaimun (Jokneam), 107, 109. Tell Zif (Ziph), 199- Temple of Abu Simbel, 472. Abydos, 422. Amen-Ra, 449- Edfu, 455—457. Esne, 455- . Q Khons, 440, 441, 440, 44^- Kurnah 424. Mout, 446. 449- Philae, 466—470. Venus, 27. Temples of Thebes, 429. Tempiist colony, Haifa, 96, gb. Thamudites, 327, 329- 1 J!^aid'The, 316,318,320. I 1 heban triad, 440. ; Thebes, 422, 426, 427—454 Thinis or This, City of, 407 I Thothmes III., 302, 364, 436. : 1 nresrnng floor, 362. : Jjbneth (Timnath), 153, i55, I56. ; Tibmn, Castle of, 66. Tireh, no. Tomb of Aaron (Neby Harun), 220, 222, 225. Benjamin (Neby Ben Yamin), 116. on Carmel, with rolling stone, 102, 103. Tomb of " Memnon," 433. i Tomb of Muslim Saint, Minyeh, 413, 416. near Karnak, 427. Tombs at Beny Hasan, 358, 414, 416, 440. in Valley of the Kings, Thebes, 43i, 433- Tor, 243, 251, 296, 312, 313, 318. 1 owarah tribe, 243, 335—339. Traditional tomb of Joshua, 125, 139- Traditions relating to Moses, 259— 264, 298, 322, 326, 327. Travelling in the Desert, 247, 331— 333- Tree-worship, 194. Tripoli (Tarabalus), 5, 8, 9, 10—18. Castle of, 9—15. History of, 12—14. El Mina, the port of, 5, 18. Population of, 14—18. Tura, 413. Turquoise mines, 200, 297, 300. Tyre (Es Sur), $3—66. Alexander's Causeway, 59. Antiquities of, 59. Cathedral of, 54, 56. Gate of, 55. Tombs at, 57, 63—66. Tyrian purple, 48, 54, 58, 61. i 'UjRAT EL MEHD, 3S3. I Umm Shomer, 293. I Umm Themain, 288. ! Vale of Dor, 122,123. I Valley of the Adonis, 17. of Berachah, 184. of Elah (Wady es Sunt), 157, 158, 160, 182. of Jethro, 260, 344, 346. the Kings, Thebes, 427, 428, 431, 436- Sacrificial stone, 270. of Sorek (Wady es Siir'ar), 149, 151—!55, 161. Valleys of Carmel, 101, 103, 109, no. Venetians at Acre, 00. Venetian Crusaders at Tyre, 54. Virgin's tree (Heliopolis), 367, 369. Vocal Memnon, The, 434, 437. Wady Abu Hamad, 312. Abu Seileh, 344, 346. 'Ajeleh, 302, 311, 339. Aleyat, 302, 311, 312, 323, 339. A marah, 256. 'Ashur, 66, 67. Bab'a, 298. Bark, 339- Bereikuh, 184, 189, 100. Berrak, 339, 341. Bugiyeh, 344. Dhaghadeh, 296. ed Deir, 232, 344, 346- el 'Ain, 293. el Akhdhar, 339, 34*- el 'Arabah. See 'Arabah. el Arish, 168. el Arraba, 318. Endeisah, 341, 344- er Rimm, 321. esh Sheikh, 232, 293, 299, 310, 327, 33^ 344, 353- esh Sho'eib (Jethro), 344, 34°. es Salib (Valley of the Cross), 103. esSeb'a (Beersheba), 168 es Sujeh (Valley of the Pilgrim), 475 Wady es Sunt, or es Sur. See / 'alley 0/ Elah. es Sur'ar. See Valley of Sorek. et Tuffah, 192, 193. Feiran, 254, 286, 292—294, 296, 298, 299, 302, 305, 308, 311, 3H, 317, 319, 322, 323, 331, ■ 339, 344- Gharandel, 247, 251, 256—258, 264. Ghuzzeh (Gaza), 168. Hamr, 266, 267. Hebran, 266, 339. Igne, 290. Katarina, or Shagg Musa, 378. Khabar, 339. Lebweh, 341. Leja, 254, 267, 298, 305, 345- 347, 353- Maghdrah, 290, 300. Merakh, 230. Mukatteb, 267, 290—292, 301, 304, 319. Musa (Petra), 211, 214. Nakheleh, 311. Nasb, 270. Nisrin, 293, 294, 298. Rashmia, 109. Sa'al, 131. Saal, 293. Seba'iyeh, 345, 349~35*- Shebeikeh, 266. Shellal, 288, 292, 295, 296. Sheriar, 168. Sh'reich, 337, 338, 344, 346. Sidreh, 287, 293. Sigilliyeh, 296, 331, Solaf, 320, 324/311. Sudud, 345, Taiyebeh, 266—269, 271, 273, 274, 275, 285, 293. Tarfah, 293. T'lah, 340, 344, 346. Tumilat, 361. Watiyeh, 310, 332. Zawatin, 346. Wall chiselling and sculpture .1! Abydos, 424—429. Edfu, 456—459. Sakkarah, 415, 416. paintings in tombs, 358, 405, 415 —417, 429, 430, 432. pictures at Karnak, 452. Walled cities, 74. Washing hands, Oriental mode of, 77, 86. Wells and Sakiyehs, 81, 94, 95, 138, 142. Wheat of the Hauran, 82. White Cape. See Ras el Abyad. Wilderness of Engedi, 207, 208. Judea, 185, 199. Sin, 267, 285, 29;. Tih, 247, 251, 334, 357. Wilson, Colonel Sir Charles, R. E., 74- Yabneh (Jabneh), 150, 161, 163. Yaziir, 144. Zaherany, El (the Flowery River), 49. Zakazik, 361. Zarephath. See Sarepta. Zebulon, 98. Zerin. See Jezreel. Zib f Achzib), 70. I Zib (Tell Zif), 199. Zibb el Baheir Abu Pahariych, 341. Zoan, or Zor, 241, 358, 36*—3°3, 3^6, 367. Zoan (Sanis), 183. Zorah. See Surah. 302. Zebulon'c * haver,' Genesis xiv. xlix, 13. 08. Exodus i, 2. " Store cities," 363. i, 13, i j. " Bondage," 363. v, 7. f'rickmaking, 363. xvii. Horeb, 209. Battle of Rephidim, 298, a$0, 306. Numbers vii, 3. " Waggons xx, 17—21. Edom, 222.