Palestine: The Bible History of the Holy Land, Volume 1

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C. Knight, 1841 - History
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Contents

Ephod and Censer from ditto
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Breastplate from ditto
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Shrine in its Sanctuary from ditto
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Shrine with Idol from ditto
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Ark borne by Priests ditto
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Jacob CHAPTER IV
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Shrine with Cherubim ditto
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Basrelief from the Arch of Titus
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Egyptian Lamps from specimens in the British Museum c
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Housetop Ancient Egyptian from Wilkinson
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Housetops Modern Egyptian from LEgypteEtat Moderne
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Bedouins collecting Fruits in Palestine Costume from Cassas c
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Egyptian Vintage compiled from Rosellini LEgypte c
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Rending Clothes modern Syrian Costume
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Departure of the Pilgrim Caravan from Cairo
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Garden Bedstead from Taylors La Syrie
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Palmbranch Bedstead from Wilkinson
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Asses saddled Ancient Egyptian from LEgypte Antiquités
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Asses with modern saddles from LEgypte_Etat Moderne
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Earrings of Men from Rosellini
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Ancient Syrian Chief addressing the people from Syrian Figures in Ancient Egyptian Paintings
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Cairn and Kist Waens
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Druidical Circle
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Stones of Memorial at Trelech in Monmouthshire
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Cromlech at Plas Newydd ſron Painting in British Museum
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THE HEBREWS IN EGYPT AND THE WILDERNESS
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Treading the Conquered under foot from LEgypte Antiquités
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Bethlehem from a drawing by Mr Arundale
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Captives bound from LEgypteAntiquités
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Handcuffs from Rosellini
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Immolation of Captives from Calliaud
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Scribe counting hands cut off from LEgypte Antiquités
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Egyptian Slingers composed from Egyptian Sculp tures
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Slings from Wilkinson
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Daggers from ditto
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Summer Parlour on the Nile from Mayer
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OxGoad from Fellowes Asia Minor
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Harvest from LEgypteAntiquités
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Winnowing Corn on the Threshing Floor from ditto
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Back Veil from LEgypte_Etat Moderne
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Egyptian Pitchers from LEgypteAntiquités
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Gaza from Forbin
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Victor greeted with timbrels and dance costume from figures of Syrians in Ancient Egyptian Paint ings
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Supporting Pillars of Eastern Buildings composed from LEgypt Etat Moderne
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Monumental Pillars from Laborde
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Druidic Stone in Persia from Ouseleys Travels
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Druidic Stone at Darab from ditto
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Runners attending a Chariot composed from Egyp tian Sculptures
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Ethiopian Car drawn by Oxen from Wilkinson
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Indian Car drawn by Oxen from Mandeslo
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Turkish Arabah drawn by Oxeu from Sketches of Turkey
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A Meeting near Mount TaborModern Syrian Cos tume
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A Musical ProcessionModeru Syrian Costume Instruments Ancient Egyptian
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Aucient Egyptian Seats from Wilkinson and speci mens in British Museum
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Kits Cotty House from Kings Munimenta Autiqua Page 237 239 239 240 240 248
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Open Temple in Phoenicia from ditto and Pococke
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The Bondage
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Grindstone from LEgypteEtat Moderne
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Playing on the Harp before a King Modern Syrian Costume
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Throwing a Javelin Modern Syrian Costume
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Escape from a Window ditto
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Ancient Egyptian Archer from Wilkinson
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Bows from Rosellini
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Eastern Forms of Obeisance from LEgypteEtat Moderne c
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Presents to a Bedouin Chief adapted from Laborde c
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Bedouins with Captives and Spoil
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Body of Archers from Rosellini
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Absaloms Sepulchre from a drawing by Mr Arun dale
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Race of Messengers
165
Ferryboat on the Nile from Mayer
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Singing Men Modern Syrian from Russells Aleppo
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Ancient Egyptian Armlets from LEgypteAnti quites and Rosellini
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Indian Armlets from Asiatic Researches
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Persian Armlets from Malcolms Persia Ker Porters Travels and Persian MSS in British Museum
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King the Sultan on his Throne from D Ohsson
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Pharaohs Daughter from Rosellini
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Felling Trees in Lebanon from LEgypteAnti quites
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Modes of bearing Burdens from ditto
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Egyptian Mode of transporting large Stones from Rosellini
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Censers from LEgypteAntiquités and Rosellini
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Spoons from specimens in the British Museum
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Snuffers from a specimen in ditto
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Pincers from Rosellini
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Obelisks in front of a Temple from LEgypte Antiquités
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Doors from LEgypteAntiquités
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Metal Doorpins from specimens in the British Museum
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Wooden Door from Model of an Egyptian House in the British Museum
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Ancient Egyptian Windows from LEgypte
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Fountain of Lions in the Alhambra from Murphys Arabian Antiquities of Spain
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Egyptian Stringed Instruments from Rosellini
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Throne with Steps from ditto
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Egyptian Fauteuils from Rosellini
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Great Mogul on Throne from LHistoire Générale des Voyages
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Tadmor i Palmyra from Laborde
193
Tributebearers composed from ancient Egyptian stources
194
The Law
195
E gyptian on Horseback from Wilkinson
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Modern Oriental Cavalier adapted from Lane Arabian Nights
197
Egyptian Palanquin from Rosellini
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Howdah of the Great Mogul from Mandeslo
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Eunuch of the Turkish Seraglio from DOhsson
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Journey of an Abyssinian Queen composed from
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Page
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Damascus from Laborde
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Seething Pottage from Rosellini
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i
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SerpentWorship from a painting at Pompeii
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Babylon inundated from a drawing by J B Fraser
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Labour in the Brickfield from Rosellini
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The Wandering CHAPTER VI
305
The Conquest
312
From Joshua to Gideon
365
From Gideon to Samson CHAPTER III
393
Eli and Samuel CHAPTER IV
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Saul
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461
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David
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10QuarterShekel Silver Simon
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Solomon
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CHAPTER IV
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CHAPTER V
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Israel from 931 B C to 895 B C
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CHAPTER VII
586
CHAPTER VIII
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The Restoration 638
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