Biblical Researches in Palestine and the Adjacent Regions: A Journal of Travels in the Years 1838 & 1852 by Edward Robinson, Eli Smith and Others, Том 2

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Go to Dawâimeh for the night by mistake 54 55 Conclude to visit elBurj
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specifications of Eusebius and Jerome 5759 Hist Notices serving to sustain their
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Eleutheropolis and Betogabra 65 66 Gath 66 67 Maresha Maressa 67 More
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The Haram description 75 76 A mere wall around an interior court 76
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Probably a Jewish structure surrounding the sepulchre of the patriarchs 77 Hist
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Threshingfloors scenes of the book of Ruth 83 May 25th Visit to the Rabbi
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pect towards the south 97 Country of the Jehâlin 98 Encamp over Sunday
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Rajeim Selâmeh and view 102 Upper ezZuweirnh 103 Wide prospect over
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Bathe in the sea 110 Deep cavern in the mountain 110 Alarm at an approaching
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along the base of the transverse line of cliffs 116 Ain elArús 117 Wady Ghŭrůn
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Violent Sirocco 122 Routes up to Wady Mûsa 122 123 Base of the mountains
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Singular ornament 133 Amphitheatre 184 View from it 184 Encamp the
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cliffs only on E and W 138 Nature of the ground N and S of the brook 188
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Noise of guns Arab quarrel Arabs sent to bring us back 145 146 Sheikh turns
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of this region the ancient Edom and Arabia Petræa 156163 Often visited by
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Suddenly vanishes before the Muhammedan conquest 170 Identity of Petra with
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first step or offset of the mountains drained by Wady elFikreh 177 178 A moro
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have been formed by some convulsion of nature destroying the fertile plain 189 Per
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tract etTărâibeb 196 Pass of elMuzeikah third ascent towards Palestine
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Ruins of Kurnub probably Thamara 197 Kubbet elBaul stray camel 198 Wady
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Sheikhs of the Jehâlîn 207 208 Arrangement for paying over the price of the cam
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FROM HIEBRON TO WADY MUSA AND Back
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Dûra Nubian slave village quarrel 214 Subsequent rebellion 215 Ancient Ado
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Sheikh saddles his asy and acoompanies us as a guide 219 Terkûmieh Tricomias
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Bethshemesh also Irshemesh 224 225 Wady Sărâr Râfât 226 Great plain Khulda
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Hospitality upper room washing the feet 229 230 Tower of Ramleh beautiful
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Jimzu Gimzo 249 Two roads up the mountain we cross the fields
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SECTION XIV
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of coin 259 260 Intercourse with our friends 260 Preparations for our departure 1
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Latin convent 334 Maronite church 335 Precipice brow of the hill 335
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Semûnieh Simonias 344 Jebâta Gabatha 344 Seffùrieh Sepphoris
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different ages 352 353 Churches and altars 353 View extensive and beautiful
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Transfiguration 368 359 Age of the crusades churches and convents 359 860
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SECTION XV
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to Khân etTujjâr 368 369 Damascus road Ard elHamma Kefr Sabt 369 Plain
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Hot baths further south new building 383 General character 384 Historical
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Founding of Tiberias Historical Notices 389 390 Inhabited later only by Jews
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Fine plain beyond Mejdel the Gennesareth of Josephus 400 Search for Capernaum
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that plain ruins Dükah 410 411 Character of the Batihah Ghawdrineh
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Gaulonitis or Julias 413 414 Character of the upper Jordan 414 Its valley
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Apparently tho central point of that of 1837 phenomena 424 His
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Gorge of the Litany and Lebanon further south Jebel Safed 438 Wady etTeim
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Volcanic stones and extinct crater 444 445 ElJish Giscala
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Haddata castles of Tibnin Toron and eshShủkif Belfort 450 Hist Notices
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for our tent 461 American consular agents in Syria 461 Go to the house of
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Historical Notices 459 We follow the ancient aqueduct running towards Mashok
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Supply of water 467 Historical Notices 467 468 Middle ages
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River elKâsimiyeh Leontes 472 473 Great Phenician plain 473 Adlan
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ancient Bostrenus 485 486 Mulberry orchards southern heights of Lebanon
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and aspect of the town 491 492 Gardens and verdure around houses of the Franks
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andria 498 499 Constantinople 499 The Danube 499 500 Dangerous illness
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Organization 503 Greek Catholics 504 Clergy are natives
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accomplished
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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF WORKS ON PALESTINE ctc 533555
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ITINERARY 563576
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ARABIC NAMES AND WORDS 577591
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