Biblical Researches in Palestine and the Adjacent Regions: A Journal of Travels in the Years 1838 & 1852 by Edward Robinson, Eli Smith and Others, Volume 3

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J. Murray, 1856 - Bible
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in the priests home described 69 The village tho night 69 Remains of
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Way to Beit Jenn across the mountain 75 Village of Jermiik 75 Descent
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The priest Flaminius 21 Wady Shahrur its fertility 21 22 Traces of the ancient
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main 86 87 Return and follow down Wady Shaab 87 Arab picnic 87 Kabul
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Noble crops 102 Tell Ks6n view 103 Amkah not Bethemei
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theatre of hills 880 Views of the town 880 881 Vineyards Ditt prooaai
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Kana Khirbet Kana Cam of Galilee 108 Kcfr Monda 109 Rummaneh Rimmon
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Mnkiitta Kiihon 116 Tell clMutscllim prospect 116 117 Taannnk Taanach
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Megiddo not Maxiraianopolis 118 Way over the bills to the plain on the coast
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Turn up the mountain on the Nubulus road 124 125 Doir elGlmsun Wady Mussiu
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Fbom Baolbek by Ribleh to elIIusn
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former route 128 Deir Sheraf Tell Rafidieh 128 Lodgings in Nubulus 128
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turn up to Yatir towards Tyre 61 Antiquities 61 62 Return and follow
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try j Kuriet Jit Gitta 134 Ferata Piralhon 134 Funduk Kofr Abbusb Wady
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Wady Atallali 143 elKubab on first hills 143 Annabob Vetkannaba 144 Yulo
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Emmaus of the New Testament? 147150 elLatron a ruined fortress CaiUUum
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Several roads to Jerusalem we decide to go by Kesla and Soba 154 Descend
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Jerusalem Incidents and Observations
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Baiars the same with the ancient market 166 Roman portal St Mary de Latins
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Fragment of a pier etc 167 Covered street further north 167 Granite columns
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excavation through rubbish 183 The Serai or barracks view from the roof 183
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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 tho mount of Olives 193 Kfilat elJolud
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May 6th Waters at Damascus gate common cisterns 196 197 Rumour of run
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Fbom IIasbeiya to Baniab and back
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Tub Tvuopojon and Akra 207 Language of Josephus 207 Inferences
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This was the natural position 213 The north side of Ziou was cov
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west corner ancient 220 221 Ancient southern gate 221 The ancient arch
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Herod as Antonia 231 Described 231 Its acropolis 231233 Extent of
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Canah or Seven 249251
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Historical testimony 255259 Archaeological argument 269 Crypt
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Probably not hero at Bittir 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 touth
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anoth 280 281 Way to Ilalhul fine tillage 281 Halhul Tlalhul 281 282 3
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Unexplored region my to Kefr Milik 290 291 Kofr Malik 291 Wad
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Ain Tina Thanath 296 Akrabeh Acrabi 296 Lies on a watershed 296 Yanun
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Public worship 377 378 Missionary station 878 Visit the great fountain beauty
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birds nests 894 elMansury 894 Many canals from the Leddan mills many bees
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Goatvillage Mesady 399 Lake Phiala character stagnant waters
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Wadys Asal Khushabeh and Zaarah 405 406 Great fountain not from under
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Kulat Bastra temples a riddle 414 Wady andAin Seraiyib 415 Wady Khu
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Teim fountains on western declivity 420 Ridge edDahar separating the Hosbany
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June st Way from Neby Sofa towards Dahar elAhmar fountain 427 428
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Its lower western ridge and valley above 431 Summit visited by Rev Mr Porter
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Fine fountain elArrad 440 Ridges and valleys 440 View of Damascus and
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south 44G 447 Is the ancient Chryiorrhoat 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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SyroGreek dominion 465 466 Under the Romans in the New Testament
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SECTION XI
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Fom Bbiban to Hasbutbii
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Remains of an ancient city necropolis ancient excavated road 479 480 Latin
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of the plain 486 Loftiest peak of AntiLebanon proper near Bludan 486 Plain
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Ancient Chains under Lebanon 497 Great fountain Neba Anjar 498 Intermitting?
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We pass down by Ain Burday 404 Another road from Masy northwards lies in
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Sculptured ceiling of colonnade 515 Great portal its exceeding beauty 615
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Was a Pantheon 621 The martyr Gelasinus 521 522 Constantino destroys
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Immense slope extending down west from AntiLebanon 628 629
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Probably ancient Coma 636587 Way to the fountains of the Orontes desert tract
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it
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the left 678 Arka and its Tell 678 579 Ancient Area seat of the Arldtet 679
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The spot held sacred altars chapel 589 590 The cedars stand in a vast amphithe
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and villages 698 Deir Kanobln 598 699 Leave rood to Hadith and ascend south
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ascend high ridge on our left 609 Descend and follow down Wady Shebruh
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Ruins at Fukra 612 Ancient temple singular tract of rocks 612 613 Other
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Trieste join my family at Saliburg 626 Voyage to New York
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NOTES
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Itinerary 035642
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desert and covered with loose trap 542 543 Ribleh at the elbow of the Orontes
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clivity summits and elevation 456 547 AntiLebanon its character elevation
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Marshy ground we make a circuit towards the north 561 Ruined villages cattle
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Page 591 - And he spake of trees, from the cedar tree that is in Lebanon even unto the hyssop that springeth out of the wall: he spake also of beasts, and of fowl, and of creeping things, and of fishes.
Page 545 - And they slew the sons of Zedekiah before his eyes, and put out the eyes of Zedekiah and bound him with fetters of brass, and carried him to Babylon.
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Page 365 - In the days of Pekah king of Israel came Tiglath-pileser king of Assyria, and took Ijon, and Abelbeth-maachah, and Janoah, and Kedesh, and Hazor, and Gilead, and Galilee, all the land of Naphtali, and carried them captive to Assyria.
Page 396 - God hath given it into your hands ; a place where there is no want of anything that is in the earth.
Page 353 - And Jesus, when he came out, saw much people, and was moved with compassion toward them, because they were as sheep not having a shepherd : and he began to teach them many things.
Page 345 - We here took our lunch. Before leaving, I rode out upon the site of ruins lying south of the Khan, and extending down to the little bay along the shore. They were now covered with a field of wheat nearly ripe. The remains are strewed around in shapeless heaps ; but are much more extensive and considerable than my former impression had led me to anticipate. Indeed, there are here remains enough not only to warrant, but to require the hypothesis of a large ancient place...
Page 355 - Minyeh. Arculfus did not himself visit Capernaum ; but he describes the place as he saw it from a neighbouring hill : " It had no wall ; and being confined to a narrow space between the mountain and lake, it extended a long way upon the shore from west to east, having the mountain on the north and the lake on the south.
Page 137 - The thickness of the rock left on the north was " one foot ; and two feet lower down on that side another smaller vat was " excavated, four feet square by three feet deep. The grapes were trodden in " the shallow upper vat, and the juice drawn off by a hole at the bottom (still " remaining) into the lower vat.

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