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Alah alphabet ancient aneroid Anti-Libanus appears Arabic Ba'albak basalt Bashan Bedawin Beraita Buka'a Burckhardt called camels cave Cedar Block Chap characters Coelesyria columns Dakwah Damascus Dayr desert Druzes east eastern feet geographical Gevil Greek ground Hamah Hamah inscriptions Hauran Haush Hebrew Hermon hill Himyaritic Holy Land Jebel Duruz Jerusalem Jerusalem Talmud Karyatayn Kulayb Lebanon Leja letters Libanus Libyan limestone Maimonides maps miles Mishna modern Moslem mountain Naba north-east northern open partitions Orontes Palestine Exploration Fund Palmyra Pasha Phoenician plain Porter proverb Rabbi region remarkable ride river road ruins rule Sannin scribe Shaykh Shephelah slopes southern stone summit surface Syria Syria and Palestine Talmud Tayma Tell tion Trachonitis tract Menachoth travellers Tyrwhitt Drake Umm Niran unlawful valley Verses village volcanic Wady western Wetzstein whilst word written
Page 298 - And it shall be, when he (the king) sitteth upon the throne of his kingdom, that he shall write him a copy of this Law in a book, out of that which is before the priests the Levites; and it shall be
Page 165 - The physical features of the Lejah are very remarkable. It is composed of black basalt, which appears to have issued from pores in the earth in a liquid state, and to have flowed out until the plain was almost covered. Before cooling, its surface was agitated by some powerful agency; and it was afterwards shattered and rent by internal convulsions and vibrations.
Page xiii - nations, from a neglected grave. There is literally no limit that can be laid down to the mother-wit, to the ambition, and to the intellectual capabilities of its sons; they are the most gifted race that I have, as yet, ever seen. And when the Curse shall have left the
Page 339 - Deutsch of the British Museum. ' In framing their alphabet the Phoenicians adopted the same process previously employed in the Egyptian phonetic system, by taking the first letter of the name of the object chosen to represent each sound; as, A for aleph (a bull); B for
Page 335 - polished as if by hard rubbing. The characters are in cameo raised from two to four lines, separated by horizontal framings also in relief: they are sharply and well cut. The first thing which strikes the observer is, that they must date from the metal age, and that they are the work of a
Page 79 - still await the hour when, the home of a free, a striving, and an energetic people, it will again pour forth corn and oil, it will flow with milk and honey, and it will ' bear, with proper culture, almost all the good things that have been given to man.
Page 338 - We should naturally expect to find in this vicinity some trace of the Assyrian and Egyptian conquerors who have ravaged the valley of the Orontes, and of their struggles with the Hittites on this ancient battle-field, and of Solomon,
Page xi - of riding per diem, sketched and fixed the positions of some fifty ruins, which, in presence of the Circassian immigration, now a fait accompli, are fated soon to disappear from the face of earth; he is also sending home twenty to twenty-five Greek inscriptions, of which six or seven have dates; and before joining Captain Stewart,
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Amots Dafni - 2006 - Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine
Amots Dafni - 2007 - Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine
Burton, Richard F. and Charles F. Tyrwhitt Drake, UNEXPLORED SYRIA ...
The Life of Sir Richard Burton / Wright, Thomas, 1859-1936
JSTOR: Hamath Inscriptions.
The Life of Sir Richard Burton, by Thomas Wright (footnotes)
JSTOR: Note on Collection of Flints and Skulls Brought from Palestine.
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