Biblical Researches in Palestine, and in the Adjacent Regions: A Journal of Travels in the Year 1838, Volumen3

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Crocker and Brewster, 1856 - 662 páginas
 

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Templeruins at Kŭbrîkhah 55 56 Talin Khirbet Silim 56 Remains 56 57
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Meirón ancient 73 Tombs 73 Ancient synagogue 74 Ancient towns near
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and Tell Hâzûr 80 81 Not Hazor of Scripture 81 Yakûk Hukkok 81 Wady
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Historical Notices 9297 Jezzâr Pasha his history and cruelties 97
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Noble crops 102 Tell Kisôn view 103 Amkah not Bethemek
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Kâna Khirbet Kâna Cana of Galilee 108 Kefr Menda 109 Rummâneh Rimmon
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Mukůtta Kishon 116 Tell elMutsellim prospect 116 117 Taannuk Taanach
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Megiddo not Maximianopolis 118 Way over the hills to the plain on the coast
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Turn up the mountain on the Nâbulus road 124 125 Deir elGhůsûn Wady Mússin
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Our road today ancient 136 Many ancient cisterns 136 137 Sarco
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SECTION IV
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Bazars the same with the ancient market 166 Roman portal St Mary de Latina
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ner curved stones 174 Wall very irregular 175 Measurements 175 Southern
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English cemetery 178 179 American cemetery grave of Prof Fiske 179 Traces
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Tombs of Absalom James and Zacharias 188 East wall of Haram irregular
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View through window 193 Visit the mount of Olives 193 Kůlat elJalad
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ning water 197 Cistern in church of the Flagellation 198 Convent of Copts
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Nature of the Tyropæon 208 Place and nature of Akra 208 209 Steps down into
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This was the natural position 213 The north side of Zion was cov
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west corner ancient 220 221 Ancient southern gate 221 The ancient arch
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Herod aš Antonia 231 Described 231 Its acropolis 231233 Extent of
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The Aqueduct 247 Subterranean reservoir 248 Upper Fountain 248 249
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Historical testimony 255259 Archæological argument 259 Crypt
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Probably not here at Bittîr 269 270 Was it at Bethel ? 270 271 Return by
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A traditional St Philips 278 Proceed to erRameh not Ramah of the south
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anoth 280 281 Way to Halhal fine tillage 281 Halhal Halhul 281 282 May
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Unexplored region way to Kefr Malik 290 291 Kefr Malik 291 Wady
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Ain Tâna Thanath 295 Akrabeh Acrabi 296 Lies on a watershed 296 Yânûn
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Villages 301 Northern prolongation of the Mŭkhna 301 Wady
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Ain elBeida 313 Land tilled by the people of Tâbâs 313 Berdela 814 Ain
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Ruins of Fahil Pello 820_322 Notices 322324 Tăbăkah terrace 321
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brooks of water 327 Region volcanic 328 Ruins extensive many columns
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mountain to Jenin 337 Notices of Betylaa 337 388 Arab encampments in
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vided by Kůrn Súrtabeh 334 The northern portion well watered and cultivated
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Other villages in sight 339 Naôrah threshingfloors 339 Line of hills
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weir Khân Minyeh 344 Ain etTin fertile tract clover 344 Ruins near by exten
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Goatvillage Mesady 399 Lake Phiala character stagnant waters
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Wadys Asal Khúshâbeh and Zaârah 405 406 Great fountain not from under
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Great Wady Shiba 416 Village Shiba its many goats 416 Hibbariyeh
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Teim fountains on western declivity 420 Ridge edDahar separating the Hasbâny
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Muhaiditheh 428 Line of hills and side valley from head
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Its lower western ridge and valley above 431 Summit visited by Rev Mr Porter
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Fine fountain elArråd 440 Ridges and valleys 440 View of Damascus and
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south 446 447 Is the ancient Chrysorrhoas 447 Probably also the Amana
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the river its form 454 The streets 454 Houses the interior sometimes splendid
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Churches
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yeh 443 444 Jebel Aswad and Jebel Mània on the south 444 On the east lakes
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SyroGreek dominion 465 466 Under the Romans in the New Testament
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SECTION XI
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Remains of an ancient city necropolis ancient excavated road 479 480 Latin
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hills and side valley connecting with Wady etTeim 492 Mejdel adventure of mule
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villages 500 501 Deir elGhăzâl remains of anc temple 501 Mâsy ruins
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Great portal 509 Hexagon court 510 Great Quadrangle 510 Exedræ etc 510
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The cella its interior described
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Was a Pantheon 521 The martyr Gelasinus 521 522 Constantine destroys
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medan conquest 523 The city first appears as Baalbek and as a fortress 524
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Ancient Libo or Lybo
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desert and covered with loose trap 542 543 Ribleh at the elbow of the Orontes
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now Hamah 551 Arethusa now Restun 551 Emesa now Hums 551553
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Arab cemeteries 659 Extreme northern point of Lebanon 559 560 Fine plain
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it
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mach frequented 571 Proceed down the valley 572 Large intermitting fountain
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Historical Notices 579581 Streams north of Tripoly 582 Leave the road to Tri
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count the trees alike 588 589 Number of old trees constantly diminishing
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Road along the chasm to Bsherreh 594 595 Position fertility female
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and villages 598 Deir Kanobin 598 699 Leave road to Hadith and ascend south
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ascend high ridge on our left 609 Descend and follow down Wady Shebrûh
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Ruins at Fukra 612 Ancient temple singular tract of rocks 612 613 Other
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of Lepsius and Layard 621 Great antiquity 622 Difficulties 622 Noticed only
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ARABIC NAMES AND WORDS
643
ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY ANTIQUITIES
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Página 98 - some were without a nose ; others without an arm, with one ear only, or one eye ; marked men, as he termed them." 5 As late as 1815, it was not uncommon to meet in the streets of 'Akka men who had been deprived by Jezzar of an eye, an ear, or part of the nose.
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