Survey of Western Palestine, 1882-1888: 2nd Eastern, Volume 1
Archive Editions, Limited, Dec 31, 1999 - History - 3760 pages
Archive Editions in association with the Palestine Exploration Fund present the re-publication of one of the great standard works of reference for Middle East studies the Survey of Western Palestine carried out between 1871 and 1877 by C. R. Condor and H. H. Kitchener, later Lord Kitchener. We have added the one volume of the Survey of Eastern Palestine to comply with the intention of the original surveyors. The dates 18821888 are relevant to the original publication of the volumes rather than the dates of the survey itself.
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Ruined church Kuryet el Enab To face page
MUGHArET BtR EL HASUTAPLAN OF ENTRANCE SHAFT MASONS MARKS
mugharet umm et tueimlnsketches of exterior and interior
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The Survey of Western Palestine 1882-1888: Arabic and english name lists. nam
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