The Rediscovery of the Holy Land in the Nineteenth Century
Yehoshua Ben-Arieh has written a significant number of books and articles dealing with the Historical Geography of Israel and of Jerusalem in modern times. The Rediscovery of the Holy Land in the 19th Century deals with the main historical sources of the western travelers, explorers and scholars who made their way to the Holy Land in the 19th Century. woodcuts and maps
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Geographical Contribution 21 The Pashas Upholders
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