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JERUSALEM EXPLORED
BEING

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A Description of the Ancient and Modern City.

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PRINTED BY C. J. CLAY, M.A. AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

JERUSALEM EXPLORED
BEING

A Description of the Ancient and Modern City,
WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS CONSISTING OF VIEWS, GROUND PLANS, AND SECTIONS,

BY ERMETE PIEROTTI,
DOCTOR OF MATHEMATICS, AND ARCHITECT-ENGINEER, CIVIL AND MILITARY, TO HIS EXCELLENCY SURRAYA PASHA OF JERUSALEM.

TRANSLATED BY

THOMAS GEORGE BONNEY, M.A., F.G.S.
FELLOW OF ST JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.

VOLUME II.—PLATES.

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M.DCCC.LXIV.

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SHEWING THE UNDERGROUND CONSTRUCTIONS IN COMPARISON WITH THE PRESENT LEVEL OF THE CITY. VIEW OF THE ARCH OF THE ECCE-HOMO. 4 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . VIII. VII. THE TOWER HIPPICUS IS CONCEALED BY PHASÆLUS. XVI. WITH THE SMALLER ARCH TO THE NORTH. SEEN FROM THE MOUNT OF OLIVES. ANCIENT CITADEL OF THE JEBUSITES. DISCOVERED BY PIEROTTI—SECTIONS RELATING TO THIS LAND AND TO MOUNT MORIAH. IX. THEN THAT OF THE PISANS. PLAN OF MODERN JERUSALEM. X. PLATE I. XI. FOUR SECTIONS OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM.htm CONTENTS. PLAN OF LAND BELONGING TO THE DAUGHTERS OF SION. XIII. by Ermete Pierotti. AND OF SOLOMON'S RESERVOIRS AT ETHAM. XVIII. DETAILS OF ANCIENT MASONRY—OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF ANCIENT CONDUITS—OF THE POOLS—OF THE WELL OF JOAB. XV. THE TOWERS PHASÆLUS AND MARIAMNE. ANCIENT JEWISH WORK IN THE NORTH-EAST OF THE HARAM WALL. VIEW OF THE POOL OF BETHESDA. XVII. REMAINS OF ANCIENT MASONRY. EASTERN VIEW OF THE GOLDEN GATE. CALLED THE RUINS OF THE TOWER ANTONIA. THE JAFFA GATE.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. AND OF THE SUBTERRANEAN PASSAGE COMMUNICATING WITH MORIAH. MARY'S GATE. XIV. AND OF THE GROTTO OF JEREMIAH. AND OF THE GROTTO OF JEREMIAH. AFTERWARDS THAT OF DAVID. V. http://www. VIEW OF THE BARRACK OF THE HARAM ES-SHERIF. PLAN OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM. NEAR S. IV. THE HARAM ES-SHERIF. DISCOVERED BY PIEROTTI. II. PANORAMA OF JERUSALEM.gutenberg.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. XII. VI. GATE OF DAMASCUS. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE ROYAL CAVERNS. VIEWS OF THE ROYAL CAVERNS. III.

The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. XXXII. NEAR THE SOUTHWESTERN ANGLE. XXXI. UNDERGROUND WORKS OF THE MOSQUE OF EL-AKSA. XXVII.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. XXXV. XXVIII. AND OF THE SIX CAPITALS WHICH CROWN THE COLUMNS OF THE MOSQUES. CHAPEL OF S. OF THE ORNAMENTATION OF THE GOLDEN GATE. 5 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . AND OF THE DOMES OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION. FAÇADE OF THE MOSQUE EL-AKSA. XXIV. NORTH-EASTERN VIEW OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH. SECTION OF THE MOSQUE OF EL-AKSA. SECTION OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH—VIEW OF THE INTERIOR OF THE GOLDEN GATE. WAILING-PLACE OF THE JEWS. VIEW OF THE POOL AMYGDALON. XXX. AND OF KUBBET ES-SILSILEH. WESTERN VIEW OF THE GOLDEN GATE. GREAT DOME. XXI. VIEW OF THE SOUTH GATE OF THE HARAM ES-SHERIF (BAB EL-HULDAH). DETAILS OF THE CAPITAL OF THE MONOLITH IN THE UNDERGROUND WORKS OF EL-AKSA. XXXIV. HELENA.htm XIX. AND OF ITS SUBSTRUCTIONS. FOUR MOSAICS IN THE INTERIOR OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH. XXII. A PORTION OF THE ANCIENT WALL OF THE TEMPLE ENCLOSURE. CALVARY GREEK CHAPEL. INTERIOR VIEWS OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION. by Ermete Pierotti. AND SECTION OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE—PLAN AND SECTION OF THE TOMB IN ITS ANCIENT AND IN ITS PRESENT STATE. XX. VIZ.gutenberg. WESTERN VIEW OF EL-AKSA. THE MONOLITH IN THE UNDERGROUND WORKS. XXVI. http://www. PLAN OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION WITH ITS LEVELS. XXIX. GATE OF THE ENTRANCE-DOOR TO THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION. XXIII. JOHN. XXV. FRONT OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION. AND MOSQUE EL-AKSA. PLAN AND SECTION OF LAND SURROUNDING THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION AND THE HOSPITAL OF THE KNIGHTS OF S. XXXIII.

INTERIOR OF THE CHURCH OF S. VIEW OF THE CŒNACULUM. PLAN AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE KINGS. L. PLAN AND SECTION OF MOSQUE SITUATED ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES. XLI. XLIX. AND MOSAICS. MOUNT OF OLIVES AND THE GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE. AND DETAILS OF FIVE CAPITALS. LV. SOUTH-EASTERN EXTREMITY OF THE VALLEY OF SILOAM. LII. COMMONLY CALLED THE HOSPITAL OF S. ENTRANCE TO THE HOSPITAL OF S. MARY THE GREAT. XLIV. PROPERTY OF FRANCE. AND OF THE UNDERGROUND WORKS OF MOUNT SION.htm XXXVI.—VIEW. PLAN AND SECTION OF THE CŒNACULUM. XLVIII. LIV. JOHN. ANN. LVI. DETAILS OF SEVEN CAPITALS IN AND NEAR THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION. AND FOUR DETAILS OF ORNAMENTATION. TWO DOORS IN THE TEKHIYEH EL-KHASSEKI-SULTANE. JAMES. PLAN. ANN. AND XLV. PLAN AND SECTION OF THE TOMBS OF ACELDAMA. XLVI. THE SO-CALLED TOMB OF DAVID.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. XXXIX. AND A VIEW OF A FOUNTAIN IN THE TYROPŒON VALLEY. AND OF THE SO-CALLED TOMB OF DAVID.gutenberg. 6 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . VIEW OF THE CHURCH OF S. FRONT OF THE TOMB OF THE VIRGIN MARY. VIEW OF THE TOMBS OF THE KINGS. XLIII. ANCIENT GATE OF SARACENIC ARCHITECTURE IN THE DESCENT OF SILLA. THAT OF JEHOSHAPHAT. ANN. AND SECTION OF THE TOMB OF LAZARUS AT BETHANY. AND OF OTHER TOMBS. XLVII. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMB OF THE VIRGIN MARY. XL. XLII. AND OF THE CAVE OF THE AGONY. VIEW OF THE VALLEY OF JEHOSHAPHAT. XXXVIII. LI. XXXVII. RUINS OF THE CHURCH OF S. PLAN AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE PROPHETS SITUATED IN THE MOUNT OF OLIVES. http://www. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE FRENCH CHURCH OF S. HELENA. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE ARMENIAN CHURCH OF S. by Ermete Pierotti.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. LIII.

org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. PELAGIA'S TOMB ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES. NEAR THE MONUMENT OF HEROD ON THE WEST OF THE CITY. by Ermete Pierotti. LXII. http://www.gutenberg. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE JUDGES. LXIII. ANCIENT JEWISH SYNAGOGUE IN THE VALLEY OF THE KIDRON. VIEW OF THE TOMBS OF THE JUDGES.—DETAILS OF SEPULCHRES IN THE VALLEY OF JEHOSHAPHAT. AND OF SOME OTHERS IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF JERUSALEM. LX. AND DETAILS OF THE MOSAICS.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. PLAN AND SECTION OF S. DETAILS RELATING TO THE TOMBS. AND OF OTHER TOMBS TO THE NORTH OF JERUSALEM. LVIII. LVII. OR SERPENTS' POOL (ACCORDING TO JOSEPHUS). LXI. 7 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .htm ONE LIKE THAT OF OUR LORD. TOWARDS THE NORTH. POOL OF MAMILLAH. LIX. PLAN AND SECTION OF THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY CROSS TO THE WEST OF JERUSALEM. AND OF THE OTHER TOMBS.

26. Convent of the Dancing Dervishes. Valley of the Kidron. 13. 23. Greek Convent of S. Hospice of Saladin. James. Mary's Gate. Ann. 21. Mosque el Aksa. Basil. SEEN FROM THE MOUNT OF OLIVES. 17. 7. 37. 15. 12. Mount Gihon. Tekhie el-Kasyeki Sultane. 3. 8. Aqueduct of Solomon. 43. 31. 35.gutenberg. Mount Sion. Jewish Hospital. Minaret of Ibrahim's Mosque. 10. 8 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 38. 32. 34. English Church. Harem es Sherîf. 41. 40. 39. 6. 36. Court of the Mosque Kubbet es-Sakharrah. Saracenic Ruin. Tower of the Church of the Resurrection. Minaret of the Serai. 2. 30. Saviour.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Armenian Convent. 27. Peter's Repentance. 20. Church of the Resurrection. Greek Convent of S. Cemetery. 14. Scene of the Last Supper. Castle of David. The Western Mountains. Residence of the Governor of Jerusalem. Hill of Evil Counsel. Golden Gate. Church of S. REFERENCES 1. Mary Magdalene. 9. Kubbet es-Sakharah. Cave of S. 5. Tomb of David. 4. by Ermete Pierotti. 22.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h.htm PLATE I. Church of S. 29. 18. John the Baptist. Way of the Capture. Minaret. 33. 11. Kerm es Sheikh. Herod's Gate. 25. PANORAMA OF JERUSALEM. 28. Latin Convent of S. 16. 42. Ancient Church of S. A building belonging to the Daughters of Sion. The ancient Palace of Herod. Barrack of the Haram es-Sherîf. http://www. 19. Mount of Rephaim. 24. Bastion of Godfrey of Bouillon. S.

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(N. (H. C. (Beginning with the North. Onuphrius. Ancient Jewish Pool filled up.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Tomb of Simon the Just. (O. George. Pool of Bîr-Eyûb. Peter's Penitence. X. E. (I. Site of an ancient Church of Eudoxia. L. K. Tomb of David (Neby Daûd). Ruins of the Church of S.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. (B. Cistern. S. Ancient Jewish Tombs. Pool of Siloam. Protestant School for Boys. Christian Cemetery.htm PLATE II. N. (L. Q. New Greek Plantations. PLAN OF MODERN JERUSALEM. (J. http://www. THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF MODERN JERUSALEM. Porter's Lodge. Remarkable Tomb of Aceldama. Z. Ruins of an Ancient Tomb. Hospital. (F. (A. B. Blockhouse of the Guard.) A. by Ermete Pierotti. (K. House of Caiaphas. J. Sheikh Jerrak. Tomb of the Prophet Isaiah. Castle of the Sparrow (Kasr el-Asfur). Tomb of S.gutenberg. Cave of S. Greek Convent of S. REFERENCES. 11 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Babylas. Y. New Protestant Church. Protestant Cemetery. P. Hospice for Male and Female Pilgrims. M. Mohammedan Cemetery. Church. Cavern of Mount Sion. Coach-houses. D. O. Cisterns. (E. F. R. American Cemetery. Ruins. U. (M. Mill. G. (C. Cave. Staircase cut in the Rock. T. W. V. (G. I. Russian Garden. Scene of the Last Supper. Remarkable Rock. House of the Ecclesiastical Mission. Place where the Virgin died. (D. H.

e. o. y.htm (P.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. or Bridge of Paradise. Dung Gate (Bab el-Mugharibeh). by Ermete Pierotti. Remarkable Tomb. Jaffa Gate (Bab el-Khalil). j. (Z. Site of the Ascension. 12 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . a. Pelagia. c. Gate of Jehoshaphat (according to Pierotti). The Custom-house. The Office of the Quarantine.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Site of the Ancient Church dedicated to the Creed. (U. Cemetery (Turbet ez-Zahara). Site of the Ancient Church dedicated to the Pater Noster. Gate of Herod (Bab ez-Zahari). p. (e. t. Pool called Hammam Sitti-Miryam. q. (b. Damascus Gate (Bab el-`Amûd). (S. Mary's Gate (Bab Sitti-Miryam). Ditch cut in the Rock. (g. Arab Tower. (T. (W. Scarped Rock. Cave of the Agony. u. Tomb of the Virgin. closed. (Beginning at the North). w. z. http://www. Place where the Apostles fell asleep. k. Water-Conduit. Stephen was stoned. South Gate (Bab el-Huldah). Saracenic Ruin. (c. Golden Gate (Bab ed-Dahariyeh). (a. Sirah Bridge. (f. Place where Jesus wept over Jerusalem. Tomb of S. Place where Judas betrayed Jesus. Tomb of S. Monolith of Siloam. INTERIOR OF THE CITY. Tomb of Absalom. Pool of the Pilgrim. n. James (Diwan Faroon). Sion Gate (Bab en-Neby Daûd). (Y. Greek Shops. Fountain of the Virgin. Gate of Jehoshaphat (according to De Saulcy). x.gutenberg. Remains of an Ancient Conduit. (V. Cisterns. s. Way of the Capture. (X. i. (Q. b. S. Tomb of Jehoshaphat. (h. (d.? g. Bridge of the Capture. Tomb of Zachariah. d. Ancient Olive. v. m. Cotton Grotto (Megharet el-Kotton). Place where S. r. closed. f. h. closed. l. CIRCUMFERENCE OF THE MODERN CITY. (R. Triple gate.

22. 41. Latin Convent of S. Greek Convent of S. 10. 18. Basil. Casa Nuova (Deir Jedidi). Hospice of Saladin (el-Kanki). Convent and Court of the Abyssinians. 13. 13 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Michael. 40. 2. 25. Latin Hospital of S. Ancient Mosque. 12. 35. 26. Latin School for Boys. Cistern of S. Ancient Bazaar. Nicholas. 24. Mary the Great. Greek Convent of S. Constantine. House of the Anglican Bishop. Greek Catholic Convent. Greek Convent dependent on the Church of Gethsemane. Pool of Hezekiah. Greek School for Boys. Greek Convent of S. 23. Helena belonging to the Copts. Greek Convent of S. Coptic Convent. Abraham. Mohammedan Tomb. 28. Castle of David. 21. Greek Convent of S. 17. 34. 43. Present residence of the Latin Patriarch. Euthymius. 42.gutenberg. John. Residence of the Greek Patriarch. Greek Convent of the Virgin Woman. Ancient Ruins. 16. Greek Convent of S. 46. John Baptist. Louis. Land formerly belonging to the Church of S. 27. Greek Convent of S. Mary the Great. Latin Sisters of S. Joseph. 32. http://www. 8.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. George of the Hospital. Ground anciently belonging to the Knights of S. Greek Convent of S.) 1. Demetrius. Pool filled up. Hospice of the Copts. 6. Catharine. Lesser Mosque of Omar. 37. 29. Mary Latin. Greek Convent of S. 38. Church of the Resurrection. 31. 11. by Ermete Pierotti. Land for the Russian Consulate on the site of the ancient Church of S. Greek Convent of the Virgin Child. 19. Saviour. 39. 14. Vestibule of the Church of the Resurrection. Ruins of the Church of S. Greek Convent of S. 9. Greek Convent of S.htm (Beginning at the West. New residence of the Latin Patriarch. 3. 36. 15. 4. Greek School for Girls.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 5. 44. 7. 20. 45. 30. Theodore. Temporary residence of the Russian Bishop. 33.

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according to De Barrère and Pierotti. A. Q. Cistern. now existing. Street of David. h. L.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. P. K. (K). Sewers of the Tyropœon Valley. Present level of the Brook Kidron. 20 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Way. Tower Psephinus of Schultz. U. Subterranean passage. D. B. (O). W. Ancient Jewish Tomb. Latin Convent of S. English Church. Dung-Gate. SHEWING THE UNDERGROUND CONSTRUCTIONS IN COMPARISON WITH THE PRESENT LEVEL OF THE CITY. Z. Cistern. i. f. Saviour. The North-west Mountains. Ancient level of the Lower City. SECTION (A) (B). E. by Ermete Pierotti. O. according to Josephus. C. Supposed Water-Conduit of Hezekiah. S. Monument of Helena. N. X. Height of Bezetha. c. Pool of the Kidron. North Gate. F. d.htm PLATE IV. Residence of the Latin Patriarch. V. James. Y. Bridge uniting Moriah and Sion. g. http://www. l. a. Ancient level of the Upper City. T. Tower Hippicus. I. Ancient Tomb. Jaffa Gate. m. Tower Psephinus of Barclay.gutenberg. Damascus Gate. Church of the Resurrection. Aqueduct of Solomon. Russian property. G. Ancient level of the Brook Kidron. H. FOUR SECTIONS OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM. b. M.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. REFERENCES. Present level of the City. Fountain. e. R. Zion Street. Church of S. n. according to Williams. Level of the Haram es-Sherîf. Tower Psephinus of Pierotti. Place covered with ruins and earth. Mount Scopus.

8. Ancient level of the Brook Kidron. cut in the rock. 11. (T). Kerm es-Sheikh. 18. Court of the Mosque Kubbet es-Sakharah. The north-west Mountains. Jaffa Gate. Ancient Mohammedan Cemetery. 9. 4. Present level of the Brook Kidron. (M). Water Conduit. Cisterns for Blood. H. Scene of the Last Supper. Lower Pool of Siloam. Mosque el-Aksa. Subterranean Passage made by Herod. W. Cistern of Araunah. Height of Bezetha. by Ermete Pierotti. Kubbet es-Sakharah. Present Wall of the City. (Z). Conduit for Blood. 14. 7. X. 20. I. D. SECTION (G) (H). Height of Bezetha. Ophel. 3.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. u. Valley of Hinnom. (A). Tower Psephinus of Pierotti. Conduit for blood. (2) Fountain of the Virgin. En-Rogel = Bîr-Eyûb. 3. Present wall of the City. Tophet. T. Upper Pool of Siloam. Church of the Resurrection. Brook Kidron. 19. Aceldama. Haram es-Sherîf. Place covered with ruins and earth. Fountain of the Virgin. 2. e. x. N.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 5. (Q). 16. 21. y. 13. Pool of Bethesda. 15. Brook Kidron. Hill of Evil Counsel.gutenberg. 17. 12. t. http://www. u. Valley of Rephaim. a. p. 10. Village of Siloam. 6. Ancient level of the Northern valley. James. Valley of Hinnom. Underground works of el-Aksa. 21 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . (1). v. Mount Scopus. Mount Sion. 22. l.htm p. Church of S. Ditch of the City. Water Conduit.

Hill of Evil Counsel. (K). 14. Court of the Mosque Kubbet es-Sakharah. 26. Valley of Hinnom. 23. Kubbet es-Sakharah. 34. 38. Dome of the Chain. 4. Pool of Amygdalon. 32. http://www. Monument of Helena. W. ((a)). Monument of Herod. Church of the Resurrection. Mount Gareb. Hezekiah's Canal. Mount of Olives. 33. Upper Pool = Birket Mamillah. Present level of the Brook Kidron. Tyropœon Valley. Height of Bezetha. Church of the Resurrection. Hill of Evil Counsel. (1). Place covered with ruins and earth. p. v. Present Wall of the City. Ancient level of the City. by Ermete Pierotti. W. T. Tyropœon Valley. Rock. Conduit for Blood. Mount Sion. John. Present Wall of the City. 31. Valley of Rephaim. Place covered with ruins and earth. 40. 41. N. Conventional Signs. 8. SECTION (D) (C).The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Mount Moriah. 24. 28. SECTION (E) (F). Cistern of Blood. 24.gutenberg. 25. 27. 23. u. En-Rogel = Bîr-Eyûb. 36. 42. Place where Jesus wept over Jerusalem. 37.htm x. 22 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . N. Ground anciently belonging to the Knights of S. I. Height of the Mount Scopus.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Cistern of Araunah. M. 8. 12. 39. 35. Bazaar of the Haram. Valley of Gihon. Jewish Cemetery. ((S)). Acra. H. Height of the Mount of Offence. L. Mosque of Omar. Ancient level of the Brook Kidron. 29. Height of Bezetha. 13. Mount of Offence. 30.

((g)). Conduit for Blood. Mountains. Subterranean passages. Supposed Water-Conduits. ((k)). Place covered with ruins and earth.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.gutenberg. 23 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . by Ermete Pierotti. ((h)). ((d)). Ancient or Remarkable Edifices. Ancient level of the City. Sewers. ((c)). ((e)). Buildings of the City. Water-Conduits.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. ((h)). ((f)).htm ((b)). http://www. ((i)).

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Present Wall of the City. THEN THAT OF THE PISANS. Valley of Gihon. The Custom House. 7. 9. 5.htm PLATE V. 4. Citadel.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 2. Road from Jaffa. Barrack of Mount Sion. AFTERWARDS THAT OF DAVID.gutenberg. 25 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . by Ermete Pierotti. 3. 10. Jaffa Gate. THE JAFFA GATE. Mount Sion. Minaret of the Citadel. Road from Bethlehem.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. http://www. 8. ANCIENT CITADEL OF THE JEBUSITES. 1. 6.

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5. 2.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Tower Mariamne. Upper Road of Sion.htm PLATE VI. THE TOWER HIPPICUS IS CONCEALED BY PHASÆLUS. THE TOWERS PHASÆLUS AND MARIAMNE. 3. http://www. 6. 1.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.gutenberg. 27 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 4. Tower Phasælus. Citadel Gate. Breast-work of a ditch. by Ermete Pierotti. Citadel.

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by Ermete Pierotti. Rock. Fig. Cave of Jeremiah. 1. AND OF THE GROTTO OF JEREMIAH. VIEWS OF THE ROYAL CAVERNS. 1. 2. Ancient Entrance of the Inner Cave. 4. http://www. 1. 3. 2. Present lower level of the ground. Outer Cave.htm PLATE VIII. 3. Place of Prayer. Fig. 5. 31 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Inner Cave.gutenberg. Rock = Cave.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Royal Caverns. Cemetery of Dervishes. 4.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Present City Walls. 2.

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1. The place from which the Jews quarried stones. Royal Caverns. AND OF THE GROTTO OF JEREMIAH. Chiselled rock.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. B. Mohammedan Tomb of a Dervish. 1. Dervishes' Cooking-place. PLANS AND SECTION OF THE ROYAL CAVERNS. 6. 18. Fountain. Place of Prayer. Entrance. 11. Present Wall of the City. Grotto of Jeremiah. 2. 16. 2. &c. 33 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Present Entrance. with the places from which blocks have been extracted. 12. from which the Monolith of the Mosque el-Aksa was taken. 14. Large and deep Excavations. with the places from which blocks have been extracted. Positions corresponding with the different Levels of the Section. Helena.htm PLATE IX.gutenberg. 4. Modern Wall. Fig. 5. Ancient Room of the period of S. 8. Ancient Entrance into the Caves. http://www. Pilaster. 10. Fig.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. by Ermete Pierotti. 15. Mill. Chiselled rock. 7. 9. C. 3. A. Premises for food. 17. Cemetery of Dervishes. Overhanging rocks. 13. D.

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Section of an arched Conduit. Direction for finding the Sealed Fountain at Etham. II. Fig. Road to the Convent of St George. 4. 3. Wall restored by Solyman. Fig. Fig. Fig. 10. 3. III. 5. I. Fig. c. Joinings of the Stones covered with mosaic work. d. 6. Castle. First or Western Pool. Fountain. DETAILS OF ANCIENT MASONRY—OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF ANCIENT CONDUITS—OF THE POOLS—OF THE WELL OF JOAB. e. 1. 2. 7. 6. Fig. Wall with the whole of its surface rendered level. 8.gutenberg. Details of the Conformation of the Wall. Wall of the City of the time of Solomon. a—b. Third or Eastern Pool. PLAN AND SECTION OF THE POOLS OF SOLOMON. 2. Conduits for Water. Basin into which the Waters of the Sealed Fountain flow.—g. f. 7. by Ermete Pierotti. http://www. Aqueduct leading to Jerusalem. Fig. Roads from Bethlehem to Hebron. Fig. 9. AND OF SOLOMON'S RESERVOIRS AT ETHAM. Place from which the Waters are directed to Jerusalem. Roman Wall. Surface of the Wall. Section of a Conduit roofed with slabs of Stone. Restoration of the Wall in the time of Nehemiah. Fig. Section of Conduits with Pipes. General Conformation of the Stones composing the Wall of the Pool. Section of the Wall of the Well Bir-Eyub. 4.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 11.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 1.htm PLATE X. 5. 35 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Wall of the time of Herod. Section of the Wall without mosaic. Fig. b. a. Wall of the Pool of Bethesda. Central Pool. 8. Fig.

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Northern side of the ancient Tower Antonia. Conduit for the Blood. E. Mary's Gate. Plan of the ancient Basilica of Justinian. o. Wailing Place of the Jews. Y. W. J. j. Subterranean Passage. d. D. Beginning at the South-West corner of the Haram. Cistern for the Blood. Q. by Ermete Pierotti. Site of the Holy of Holies. Great vaulted Chamber (anciently below the Stoa Basilica). T. F. Golden Gate. B. Court of the Gentiles.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Remains of the wall of the Prætorium. R. N. i. g. Altar of Burnt-offerings. Ancient Pier. Court of the Levites. c. h. Wall of the date of Solomon in the foundations of the enclosure. e. G. Armoury of the Crusaders. p. P. S. I.gutenberg. Monolith in the Vaults. THE HARAM ES-SHERIF. L. Z. A. Platform of the Kubbet es-Sakharah. Church of the Nativity of the Virgin. Triple Gate of the time of Justinian. a. Arch of the Ecce Homo. X. Site of the ancient Temple. M. Cistern which received the Blood of the Victims (the Cistern of the Threshing-floor of Araunah the Jebusite). as first discovered by Williams. Pointed Arch of the date of the Crusades (Gate of Jehoshaphat). b. f. Site of the Holy Place. H. Pool of Bethesda.htm PLATE XI. Foundations of an ancient Tower (Asmonean period). Court of the Israelites.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Wall of the time of Herod. C. U. Position of the Citadel of Antiochus Epiphanes. V. Vaults below the Aksa. http://www. Vaulted Gallery (Strato's Tower of Josephus). The place of the Ashes. Gate of Huldah. Site of Justinian's Hospice. Court of the Women. K. supposed by Dr Robinson to be part of a Bridge. 37 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . O. Levelled Rock. m. S. Position of the Courts of the ancient Temple.

9. Minaret of the Mogarabins. 31. and of Selim. 8. 29. 6. Impression of the Foot of Jesus Christ. 37. 23. Barrack of the Haram es-Sherîf. 32. Small Mosque dedicated to Fatima (daughter of Mohammed). 12. Small Mosque dedicated to the Angel Gabriel. 20. Gate of the Inspector (Bâb el-Nadhir). Ancient Wooden Pulpit. by Ermete Pierotti. 24. Chapel of S. 38. 30. 21. 34. Place reserved for the Women. 27. 39. Ruined Bath. Bâb el-Hotta. Mohammedan Place of Prayer. of Solyman. Bâb el-Daûd (Gate of David). Gate of the Flocks (Bâb el-Ghavârineh). Vault and Conduit discovered by Pierotti. 7. 42. Gate of the Chain (Bâb es-Silsileh). 25. commonly called the Mosque of Omar. Scala Sancta. 19. 2. Kubbet es-Sakharah. Cradle of Jesus. Via Dolorosa. Gate of the Cotton Merchants (Bâb el-Katannin). Storehouse belonging to the Kubbet es-Sakharah. Council-chamber of the Effendis. Bir er-Arruah (Well of the Souls). 33. Bâb el-Kibli (Gate of Prayer). 1. 11. 4. 10. Kubbet es-Silsileh (Dome of the Chain). Place where Saladin reposed after entering Jerusalem. Wezn (the Invisible Balance). Houses of the dates of the Crusades. First Fall of Christ. Columns of Proof. 45. http://www.gutenberg. 41. Stairs leading to the Barrack of the Haram. Chamber of the Dervishes who guard the Haram. Bâb el-Garb (Western Gate). 13. 46.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 16. Gate of Iron (Bâb el-Kadid). 14. 28. 38 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Bâb el-Jenni (Gate of Paradise). 43. Great Storehouse of the Aksa. John and Zacharias. 40.htm Beginning at the Western side. 35. 36. Gate of the Mogarabins (Bâb el-Mogharba). 26. 5. Tombs of the Sons of Aaron (Mohammedan tradition). 3. Stairs of valuable Marbles. near the Southern end. Bâb es-Sabbat. 17. Minaret of the Serai. Bâb el-Davater. Sacred Rock of Solomon (Mohammedan tradition). 44. Gate of the Serai (Bâb es-Serai). 22. Bâb el-Khadar.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 15. 18. Spring discovered by Pierotti.

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Northern Valley. 7. &c. Court of the Mosque of Kubbet es-Sakharah. Longitudinal Section of the Haram es-Sherîf. 20. of Solyman. Hammam es-Shefa. 13. Bath. of Solyman. Mosque el-Aksa. See PLATE XI. Ophel. Descent to Silla. South Gate of the time of Justinian. Barrack of the time of Ibrahim Pasha.gutenberg. 23.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 29. 11. 1. 9. Cisterns for blood. Dome of Moses. Roman Walls. Cistern for blood. 16. Barrack of the Haram es-Sherîf. 17. formerly the cistern of the threshing-floor of Araunah the Jebusite. Ruined Houses. 14. Cistern. 31. 25. Fig. Little Sakharah. Acra. b. Birket es-Sultan. e. 18. 19. 2. Kubbet es-Sakharah. 1. Fig. Kiblet of Saladin. (i'). Fountain. c. Hammam es-Shefa. 26. Site of Mohammed's Ascension. Kiblet of Zachariah. Houses of the time of Saladin. 4. by Ermete Pierotti. 5. Mount Sion. Staircase leading to the vaults of the Mosque el-Aksa. 3. 8. (C) (D).org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 12. Kiblet dedicated to the Angel Gabriel. Transverse Section of the Haram es-Sherîf. Houses of the times of the Crusaders. 15. Kubbet es-Sakharah. Rock. Cistern for blood. Water-channels. Spring.htm (g'). Houses of the times of the Crusaders. (h'). f. Mount Bezetha. 21. Invisible scales. 2. 11. 10. 6. 27. &c. d. a. 42 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Channels. 22. Jewish Walls. 24. Kiblet dedicated to the Fatma. Walls of the Haram es-Sherîf. Staircase leading into the Cistern. Tyropœon Valley. Walls of the City. 15. http://www. 28. (B) (A). Gallery of Herod discovered by Pierotti. 10.

37. (f). Fig. 40. Fig. Court of the Levites. l. Mohammedan Cemetery. m.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Mount Bezetha. by Pierotti. Azarath Cohanîm. p. 36. Water-conduits. Valley of Gihon.htm 30. and position of the same. by Ermete Pierotti. Conduit for blood. http://www. 9. 35. (c). Mount Acra. g. Mount Gihon. 32. Tower Antonia. Section of Mount Moriah. n. 4. Fig. Large Valley. (g). Heaps of Ruins. Section of the City. n. Dome of the Chain—Kubbet es-Silsileh. r. (S).gutenberg. Golden Gate. 38. 41. Ophel. 34. (b). o. Court of the Israelites. Mount Sion. 33. 39. Ancient Section. Walls of the early Arab period. Mount Moriah. 43 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Wall of Haram es-Sherîf. 5. properly so called. Mount Moriah. (a). 3. q. (d). Ancient Walls. High Rock. s. Conventional Signs. Azarath Yisrael. Moriah. Valley of the Kidron. Tyropœon Valley. Distant Houses. Northern Valley. (e). k. Court of the Mosque of Kubbet es-Sakharah. Remains of the Wall of the Prætorium. Rock. (F) (G). i. Temple. Cisterns for receiving the blood and ashes. Mount of Olives. h. 3.

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45 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .gutenberg. or place of prayers for the Mohammedans. by Ermete Pierotti. Cistern. DISCOVERED BY PIEROTTI. Convent of the Daughters of Sion. 3. Arch of Ecce-Homo (?) Roman arch posterior to the death of Christ. 4. Arch discovered by Pierotti. Niche of the period of the Crusades. 6. 2. VIEW OF THE ARCH OF THE ECCE-HOMO.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h.htm PLATE XIII. 1. Mohammedan room. http://www. WITH THE SMALLER ARCH TO THE NORTH. 5.

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PLATE XIV.
VIEW OF THE BARRACK OF THE HARAM ES-SHERIF. 1. Barrack of the Haram es-Sherîf. 2. Northern corner of the Tower Antonia, according to Pierotti. 3. Houses of the time of Saladin. 4. Entrance to the Haram es-Sherîf. 5. Mosque of the Little Sakharah. 6. Levelled rock.

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REMAINS OF ANCIENT MASONRY, CALLED THE RUINS OF THE TOWER ANTONIA. 1. Via Dolorosa. 2. Masonry of the Jewish period. 3. House of the period of the Crusades. 4. Saracenic Window. 5. Tower of the Ancient Arab period. 6. Common Arab wall.

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1. 3. Stones of the period of Solomon. by Ermete Pierotti.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Recent Restoration of the Wall by the natives. NEAR S. 4. Ancient Saracenic Monument. 2. 7. ANCIENT JEWISH WORK IN THE NORTH-EAST OF THE HARAM WALL.htm PLATE XVII. Arab Wall of the time of Solomon.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Eastern Slope of the Mount Moriah. MARY'S GATE. Modern Mohammedan Tombs. 9. 5. The largest stones of the Herodian period. 53 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . http://www. 6. Restoration of the Wall.gutenberg. Ancient Jewish Stone in the North-east corner of Haram es-Sherîf. 8.

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closed with a native Wall. http://www. Wall of the time of Justinian. 6. EASTERN VIEW OF THE GOLDEN GATE. 1. by Ermete Pierotti. 3. 4. Golden Gate.gutenberg. 2. 55 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 5. Modern Mohammedan Tombs.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h.htm PLATE XVIII. Wall of the time of Sulyman. Inclination of Mount Moriah. Stones of the time of Solomon.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.

Pierotti. M. Lith. Lithrs to the Queen. Cambridge. Bell & Daldy. Bell & Co—London. by Ermete Pierotti. Photo. Bryson. E. 56 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .gutenberg. & Delt—R. Deighton.htm XVIII. http://www.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Day & Son.

Wall of the time of Justinian. by Ermete Pierotti.gutenberg. Native House. Haram es-Sherîf. Modern native Construction.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. http://www. 2.htm PLATE XIX. 4. Ornaments of Justinian. 5. 57 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . WESTERN VIEW OF THE GOLDEN GATE.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 1. 3.

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closed. Ophel.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 59 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Huldah Gate. VIEW OF THE SOUTH GATE OF THE HARAM ES-SHERIF. (BAB EL-HULDAH. Wall of the time of Justinian. 2. 7.htm PLATE XX. 4. 3. 5.gutenberg. by Ermete Pierotti.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.) 1. closed. 6. Gate of the time of the Crusaders. Ornaments of the time of Justinian. http://www. Window through which the Underground Gallery can be seen. Inverted Inscription of Antoninus Pius.

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4. 6. according to Dr. 7. Place where Jesus wept over Jerusalem. Arab Ruins. Mount of Offence. 9. 12. Robinson.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. by Ermete Pierotti.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Minaret of the Mogarabins. Tyropœon Valley.htm PLATE XXI. 61 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 10. NEAR THE SOUTH-WESTERN ANGLE. Mount Viri-Galilæi. Arab Tower. 2. http://www. WESTERN VIEW OF EL-AKSA. 1. Mosque of Abu-Bekr: Wall of the period of the Crusades.gutenberg. Mosque el-Aksa. The Bridge. 8. 11. 3. Mount of Olives. 5. Mosque of the Ascension of Jesus Christ.

Pierotti. Bryson. Lith. by Ermete Pierotti. Bell & Daldy.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. & Delt—R. Cambridge.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Deighton. 62 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .gutenberg. M. Lithrs to the Queen. Photo. Day & Son. Bell & Co—London. E. http://www.htm XXI.

gutenberg. A PORTION OF THE ANCIENT WALL OF THE TEMPLE ENCLOSURE. WAILING-PLACE OF THE JEWS.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. This Wall is of the date of Herod the Great. 63 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . and is the best specimen of the Masonry of that period to be found in Jerusalem. by Ermete Pierotti. http://www. The Jews come to pray and weep before it every Friday.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.htm PLATE XXII.

Lithrs to the Queen.gutenberg. & Delt—T. http://www. by Ermete Pierotti. E. Bell & Daldy.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Photo. Cambridge.htm XXII. Day & Son.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Pierotti. 64 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Lith. Bell & Co—London. Picken. Deighton.

http://www. 2.gutenberg. Steps leading to a Storehouse. FAÇADE OF THE MOSQUE EL-AKSA. Piers of a much later date.htm PLATE XXIII.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Haram es-Sherîf. 4. 3. 65 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 5. by Ermete Pierotti. Opening into the Cistern Birket es-Sultan. Ancient Piers.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 1.

Bryson. Lith.gutenberg. E.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. by Ermete Pierotti. Day & Son. Pierotti. Cambridge. Bell & Daldy. http://www.htm XXIII. Deighton. 66 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . & Delt—R. M. Lithrs to the Queen. Bell & Co—London.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Photo.

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PLATE XXIV.
SECTION OF THE MOSQUE OF EL-AKSA, AND OF ITS SUBSTRUCTIONS. 1. Position of the Ancient Choir, thrown down by an earthquake. 2. Ancient Jewish Wall. A., B., and C. Capitals found by Pierotti. D. Wooden Roof of the Mosque el-Aksa. E. Wall of the time of Justinian. F. Aperture in the Wall leading to Subterranean Passage on the West. G. Walled-up Door. H. Monolith. L. Side-doors of the Mosque. M. Tombs of Aaron's Sons, according to Mohammedan traditions.

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UNDERGROUND WORKS OF THE MOSQUE OF EL-AKSA. THE MONOLITH IN THE UNDERGROUND WORKS. Fig. 1. Underground Works. a. Vaulted underground Works, originally Jewish building. Restoration by Justinian (as shewn by Rev. G. Williams). b. Pillars of the time of Justinian. c. Wall erected by Justinian. f. Monolith. Fig. 2. Monolith. d. Dome vaulting of the time of Justinian. e. Staircase resting on the Rock. f. Monolith. g. Smaller Monolith. h. Rusticated Stones of the time of Herod.

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org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Lithrs to the Queen. Day & Son.gutenberg. Delt—E. Walker Lith. Deighton.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. http://www. by Ermete Pierotti. E.htm XXV. Pierotti. Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy. 70 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Cambridge.

Bâb el-Daûd. 4. 2. 8. Kubbet es-Silsileh. Mount Moriah (anciently the Threshing-floor of Araunah). Gate of Paradise. 71 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Cistern (the Place of the Ashes). by Ermete Pierotti. Dome of the Chain. 1. David's Gate.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 3. 5. NORTH-EASTERN VIEW OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH. Mosque Kubbet es-Sakharah.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. AND OF KUBBET ES-SILSILEH. 6. Bâb el-Jenni. 7. Ladder used by Pierotti for his observations. http://www. Minaret of Kadhi.gutenberg.htm PLATE XXVI.

gutenberg. Bell & Daldy. Pierotti. M. Deighton. Lith. & Delt—R. E. Day & Son. Bell & Co—London. Lithrs to the Queen. Cambridge.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. by Ermete Pierotti. 72 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Photo.htm XXVI. Bryson. http://www.

Gate of Paradise. Marble Pillar. D. Upper Chamber of the Cistern of the Threshing-floor of Araunah the Jebusite.htm PLATE XXVII. Water-Conduit. Golden Gate. F. I. Marble Pillar.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. http://www. Fig. Kubbet es-Sakharah. 1. B. C. Lower Chamber of the Cistern of the Threshing-floor of Araunah the Jebusite. by Ermete Pierotti.gutenberg. SECTION OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH—VIEW OF THE INTERIOR OF THE GOLDEN GATE. Fig. Modern Arabic Construction. Gate of Prayer.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Bâb el-Kibli. Monolith. Bâb el-Jenni. 2. L. H. H. Hole now covered with a stone. Monolith. Threshing-floor of Araunah the Jebusite. A. Conduit for Blood. G. E. 73 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .

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Interior of Kubbet es-Sakharah. 2. Fig.gutenberg.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. FOUR MOSAICS IN THE INTERIOR OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH. Interior of Mosque el-Aksa. d. Red. Interior of Kubbet es-Sakharah.htm PLATE XXVIII. 75 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 1. http://www. c. 4. Interior of Mosque el-Aksa. b.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. AND MOSQUE EL-AKSA. a. Black. Fig. Fig. White. by Ermete Pierotti. 3. Fig. Yellow.

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Fig.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Capital in the Kubbet es-Sakharah. 8. Fig. Fig. by Ermete Pierotti. Capital of the Monolith. Ornamentation in the Kubbet es-Sakharah. Fig. Fig. 5. Capital in the Gate of Huldah. DETAILS OF THE CAPITAL OF THE MONOLITH IN THE UNDERGROUND WORKS OF EL-AKSA. 6. Capital found among rubbish in the vaults in the South-eastern corner of the Haram es-Sherîf. Fig. http://www.gutenberg. (a). 2.htm PLATE XXIX. Capital found among rubbish in the vaults in the South-eastern corner of the Haram es-Sherîf. Fig. Capital in the Mosque el-Aksa.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Fig. AND OF THE SIX CAPITALS WHICH CROWN THE COLUMNS OF THE MOSQUES. 7. OF THE ORNAMENTATION OF THE GOLDEN GATE. Ornamentation of the Golden Gate. 4. 3. 77 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Capital in the Kubbet es-Sakharah. 1.

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Constantine. L. Dome of the Church of the Resurrection. Mary Latin. 79 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . f. q. Abraham. Coptic Convent. Greek Houses.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Greek Dome of the Church of the Resurrection. O. R. Greek Convent of S. Charalampes. S. Terrace-roof of the Greek Convent of S. Lesser Mosque of Omar. John. Ground anciently belonging to the Knights of S. o. A.gutenberg. Mohammedan House. E. Q. B. by Ermete Pierotti. John. D. q. Minaret of Omar. U. Cistern of S.htm PLATE XXX. d. PLAN AND SECTION OF LAND SURROUNDING THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION AND THE HOSPITAL OF THE KNIGHTS OF S. John Baptist. Greek Convent dependent on the Church of Gethsemane. Latin House called that of the Prince. X. Convent of the Abyssinians. Y. Greek Convent of S. Latin House. Greek Convent of S. N. Armenian Chapel of S. Mary the Great. Constantine. r. Constantine. Z. K. Ancient Bazaar of the Street of David. P. g. G. Land formerly belonging to the Convent of S. Mary the Great. JOHN. Dome of the Golgotha. C. W.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Helena belonging to the Copts. Corn Market. Private Greek House. H. M. Ruins of the Church of S. Ancient Hospice of Saladin (el-Kanki). s. I. Land formerly belonging to the Convent of S. Greek House of the Convent of S. Charalampes. V. Ancient Bazaar. Vestibule of the Church of the Resurrection. c. Ancient House of the Canons of the Holy Sepulchre. Latin Convent of the Church of the Resurrection. l. John. Land belonging to the Russian Consulate on the Site of the Church of S. p. Greek Chapels. Ancient Jewish Walls. http://www. Greek House of the Convent of S. Helena. T. b. a. Prussian House. Ordinary Native Houses. Land of the Abyssinians. e. Greek Convent of S. F. Dome of the Chapel of S. Mary the Great. n. Tower of the Church of the Resurrection. Greek Convent of S. Ancient House of the Canons of the Holy Sepulchre. h. m. p.

17. Coptic Chapel. Street to Jaffa Gate. 6. Street of Mount Sion. with an ancient pillar: second Fall of Jesus. Walls of the time of Amalfi Merchants. v. Street to Residence of the Spanish Consul.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Greek Chapel. Street to Church of the Resurrection. Covered Bazaar. (g). Conventional Signs. Gate of Judgement. Street to the North. Greek Convent of Charalampes. 21. Christian Bazaar. Street of Greek Convent of S. (b). 24. 12. Street of Tyropœon Valley. Helena. (e). 80 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Arches. 5. 8.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Constantine. and 15. (h). Street from Damascus Gate to Bazaar. Place covered by Ruins and Earth. Street to Hospital of S. 10. Street of Coptic Hospice. (i). (d). Sewer of Amygdalon. Second Wall of the time of Solomon according to Pierotti. u. Street to Sion Gate. Street of David. Street of Latin Convent of S. Sewer of English Church (S). 22. Saviour. http://www. Street to Damascus Gate. (f). Greek Chapel of Melchizedek. 13. and of Saladin. Modern Arab Walls. where Jesus met the Daughters of Jerusalem. 4. 9. of the Crusaders. Helena. 1. Via Dolorosa. 23. 7. 16. Walls of the time of S. 20. 19.htm t. (a).gutenberg. by Ermete Pierotti. 14. (c). and 18. 11. Sewers. 3. Ancient Jewish Walls. 2. Rock. Hezekiah's Wall according to Pierotti.

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org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 6. by whose members the Church of Gethsemane is served. VIEW OF THE POOL AMYGDALON. Tower of the Church of the Resurrection. AND OF THE DOMES OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION.gutenberg.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.htm PLATE XXXI. 8. Minaret of the Hospice of Saladin. 7. Greek Convent. Hospice of the Copts. Constantine. Minaret of Omar. 4. 3. 1. 2. 11. by Ermete Pierotti. 9. 10. Places from which the lead has been stripped. Hospice of Saladin. Dome of the Church of the Resurrection. 82 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Dome of the Greek Chapel. Terrace-roof of the Greek Convent of S. Pool Amygdalon. on the side of the Greek property. 5. http://www.

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Entrance to the Chapel of S. 84 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 3. Doors of the Church of the Resurrection. 10. Greek Terrace-roof.htm PLATE XXXII. Dome of the Calvary. Chapel of the Agony. by Ermete Pierotti. Greek Convent of S. 5. 7. 1. Mary of Egypt.gutenberg. 6. Dome of the Greek Chapel. Greek Convent of S. 8.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Abraham. Constantine. Staircase of the Chapel of the Agony. Greek Chapel of the Forty Martyrs. 2.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. FRONT OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION. http://www. 9. 4.

htm XXXII. Deighton. Bell & Daldy. 85 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Cambridge.gutenberg. Bell & Co—London. E. & Delt—R. Day & Son. Lithrs to the Queen. M. Bryson. Lith. Photo. http://www.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Pierotti. by Ermete Pierotti.

Entrance of the Church. 86 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .htm PLATE XXXIII. 1.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Byzantine ornamentation incorporated in the Door at the time of the Crusades.gutenberg. Closed Door of the Church. 3. http://www. Vestibule of the Church of the Resurrection. GATE OF THE ENTRANCE-DOOR TO THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION. 2. 4. by Ermete Pierotti.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. and 5.

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Road traversed by Our Lord on His way to Calvary. E. 27. James's Chapel. Syrian Chapel. 22. Altar with a fragment of the Column of the Flagellation. Mary Magdalene. 20. Abyssinian Chapel. http://www. 3. Hospice of Saladin (el-Kanki).gutenberg. Holy Sepulchre. D. 26. 7. Convent and Court of the Abyssinians. A. F. B. 8. H. Tombs of Joseph of Arimathæa and Nicodemus. Chapel of the Angel. G. Where the three Marys stood at the Crucifixion. S. 25. 19. Chapel of the Crowning with Thorns. Latin Organ. 23. 9. Constantine. Common Court. Chapel of the Division of the Garments. Divan of the Turks. Chapel of the Agony. 29. 88 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Entrance to the Chapel of S. Chambers belonging to different Communions. Where Christ appeared to S. Abraham. Latin Convent. Fig. 10. 17. Latin Chapel. I. AND SECTION OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE—PLAN AND SECTION OF THE TOMB IN ITS ANCIENT AND IN ITS PRESENT STATE. Greek Convent of S. Entrance of the Church. Mary Egypt. 1. 15.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 16. Chapel of the Resurrection. Plan of the Church of the Resurrection. Coptic Convent. Vestibule of the Church. 44. 6.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Longinus' Chapel. Chapel of the Invention of the Cross. Openings where the Fire is given out on Easter Eve. Land of the Russian Consulate. 5. Greek Passage. 30. A Staircase leading to the Armenian Chapel. 21. 12. 14. Staircase of the Greeks. Christ's Prison. 18. Closed Door of the Church. Chapel of the Forty Martyrs. C. 11. 1. 13. by Ermete Pierotti. S. Helena's Chapel. 24. The Stone of Unction. 28. Monument of the Holy Sepulchre.htm PLATE XXXIV. 2. 31. Greek Convent of S. PLAN OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION WITH ITS LEVELS. 4.

c. X. Armenian Picture. e. 43. Fissure made at the Death of Christ. 42. 36. Upper Level of the Southern Road of the Church. The Centre of the Church of the Resurrection. 37. http://www.htm 32. 89 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Levels in the Interior of the Church of the Resurrection. 33. Entrance of Adam's Chapel. k. Greek Chapel. Greek Chapel.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 47. h. Interior of Christ's Tomb. g. Staircase of the Latins. III. 35. Level of the Church within the large Dome. VII. Chapel of the Invention of the Cross. s. The Place where Christ was Crucified. The Place where the Hole of the Cross is said to be. p. Section of Christ's Tomb. Latin Chapel. VI. Chapel of the Agony. Upper Levels of the Vestibule of the Church. 2. Fig. ⎬ Stations of the Evening Procession of the Latins. 46. I. Christ's Prison. 48. 38.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Lower Level of the Tomb of Joseph of Arimathæa and Nicodemus. The Place where Christ was Crucified. 45. Staircase leading to the roof of the Monument of the Holy Sepulchre. Tombs of Joseph of Arimathæa and Nicodemus o. Sanctum Sanctorum of the Greeks. 44. by Ermete Pierotti. d. Throne of the Greek Patriarch of Jerusalem. 39. V. b. a. m. Longinus' Chapel. r. 34. III. II. Fig. IV. IX. Door of the Holy Sepulchre. i. Openings where the Fire is given out on the Easter Eve. Where the Angel stood at the Resurrection. 40. XI.gutenberg. 41. Throne of the Greek Bishop. Where the Hole of the Cross is said to be. 3. Where Mary withdrew after her Son's death. XII. Altar of the dolorous Mary. p.

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by Ermete Pierotti. Bryson. E. http://www. Deighton. Delt—R. 93 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .gutenberg. Bell & Daldy. Day & Son.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Bell & Co—London. Lithrs to the Queen.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. M.htm XXXV. Pierotti. Lith. Cambridge.

Fig. Fig. On the North of the Greek Chapel.gutenberg.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.htm PLATE XXXVI. On the North of the Greek Chapel. 94 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . by Ermete Pierotti. http://www. 5. 4. Fig. 7. Fig. Fig. on the West of the Church of the Resurrection. DETAILS OF SEVEN CAPITALS IN AND NEAR THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION. Helena's Chapel. 1. At the North end of the Christian Bazaar. In S. 3. and Fig. 2. In the Tower. 6. Fig.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. On the South of the Greek Chapel.

Lithrs to the Queen.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. http://www. Day & Son. Bell & Co—London.htm XXXVI. E. 95 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Pierotti. Deighton. Delt Cambridge.gutenberg. Bell & Daldy.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. by Ermete Pierotti.

1. Mary the Great. Ruins of the Church of S. 96 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Ancient Window of the Church of S. JOHN. 2.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. ENTRANCE TO THE HOSPITAL OF S.htm PLATE XXXVII. John. Arch of the time of the Knights of S. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Mary the Great. 3. by Ermete Pierotti.

org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Deighton. Lith.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Lithrs to the Queen. Pierotti. Bell & Daldy. 97 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .gutenberg. Picken.htm XXXVII. Photo & Delt—T. Cambridge. http://www. Day & Son. E. by Ermete Pierotti. Bell & Co—London.

org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 6.htm PLATE XXXVIII. RUINS OF THE CHURCH OF S. Staircase leading to the Convent. 1. 98 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . by Ermete Pierotti. http://www. 3. Convent of S. 5. 2. 4. Mary the Great.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Ancient Site of the Church of S. Mary the Great. Mary. Door of the Ancient Vestry. MARY THE GREAT.gutenberg. Entrances to the Interior Court. One of the Choirs of the Church of S.

by Ermete Pierotti.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Deighton.gutenberg. E. Bell & Daldy. Pierotti. 99 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .htm XXXVIII. Lith. Lithrs to the Queen. Photo & Delt—T. http://www. Cambridge. Bell & Co—London.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Day & Son. Picken.

Altars. Ancient Wall. 13. Modern Wall. Treasury. 100 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . a. 16. Passage of the Gallery. C.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. f. 4. Miazim. 9. Iron Barrier. Stephen. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE ARMENIAN CHURCH OF S. AND MOSAICS. Church of S. 12. b. Tomb of the Armenian Patriarch Magar. Throne for the Armenian Patriarch Magar. Chapel of S. Altar. http://www. Altar of the Latins for the Commemoration of the Feast of S. Throne for the Armenian Patriarch of Jerusalem.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Less modern Wall. Modern Mosaics. (S.) Conventional Signs. Portico. JAMES.gutenberg.htm PLATE XXXIX. d. 20. Entrance to the Chapel of S. 7. by Ermete Pierotti. 8. Door of the Treasury. Ancient Stones. 14. Passages to the Armenian Convent. The Red colour. c. 18. C. 6. 1. Miazim. Site of the Martyrdom of S. g. 19. 11. 2. Ancient Mosaics. Chapel of S. Door of the Chapel of S. 10. 3. e. D. 15. The Black colour in the Mosaics. Stephen. 5. Staircase of the Gallery. 17. Less ancient Wall. The Yellow colour. James. James. James.

org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Day & Son. Lithrs to the Queen. Bell & Daldy. Deighton. Bell & Co—London.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Mest & Delt Cambridge. by Ermete Pierotti. Pierotti. 101 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .htm XXXIX.gutenberg. E. http://www.

Dome of the Church. 3. http://www. Principal Entrance to the Church.htm PLATE XL. 102 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Closed Door. 5. Continuation of Land the property of the Church.gutenberg. PROPERTY OF FRANCE. VIEW OF THE CHURCH OF S. 10. 8. 4. Remains of Minaret. Land. 7. Benedict. by Ermete Pierotti. 9. the property of the Church. Closed Door.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Ruins of the Convent of the Sisters of S.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 1. Ancient Window. ANN. 2. 6. Lateral Entrance.

Cambridge.htm XL. by Ermete Pierotti.gutenberg. Pierotti. E. Lith. http://www. Bell & Daldy. Bell & Co—London. Day & Son. & Delt—E. Deighton. Photo.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 103 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Walker.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Lithrs to the Queen.

htm PLATE XLI.gutenberg. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE FRENCH CHURCH OF S. 104 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Staircase to the Subterranean Church. Small Opening. http://www. 2. ANN. by Ermete Pierotti. e. Stone Staircase. Opening commanding a view of the Subterranean Church. d. Places of Prayer for the Mohammedans. a. Traditional site of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. Principal Entrance to the Church. 4.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Ancient Cistern. b.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 1. c. Staircase to the Minaret. 3.

gutenberg. Day & Son.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Bell & Co—London. Mest & Delt Cambridge.htm XLI. Deighton. by Ermete Pierotti. http://www. Lithrs to the Queen.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 105 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Bell & Daldy. Pierotti. E.

5. 2. Modern Wall. 3. Ornamentation of the Principal Entrance. Ornamentation of Window in the Principal Front.htm PLATE XLII.gutenberg. Capital in the Interior of the Church.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. by Ermete Pierotti. AND FOUR DETAILS OF ORNAMENTATION. Interior of the Church of S. Ann. INTERIOR OF THE CHURCH OF S. 6. 106 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 4. ANN. Ornamentation of the Principal Front of the Church. http://www. 1.

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Western Door. The Mosaics are of different colours. Fig. Two Doors situated in the Northern Front. 2. 108 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .htm PLATE XLIII.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Fig. TWO DOORS IN THE TEKHIYEH EL-KHASSEKI-SULTANE. Eastern Door. 1. by Ermete Pierotti. COMMONLY CALLED THE HOSPITAL OF S. HELENA.gutenberg. http://www.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.

Lith. & Delt—A.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Bell & Co—London. Day & Son. Newman. 109 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Cambridge. Pierotti.gutenberg.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. E. Deighton. Lithrs to the Queen. Bell & Daldy. by Ermete Pierotti.htm XLIII. http://www.

ANCIENT GATE OF SARACENIC ARCHITECTURE IN THE\ DESCENT OF SILLA. Fig. Saracenic Gate. http://www. by Ermete Pierotti. 110 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .gutenberg. 1. Fountain in the Tyropœon Valley.htm PLATE XLIV.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Fig. AND A VIEW OF A FOUNTAIN\ IN THE TYROPŒON VALLEY. 2.

Deighton. Newman.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.htm XLIV. Delt—A. by Ermete Pierotti. Pierotti. Lith. Cambridge. 111 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Bell & Daldy. Lithrs to the Queen.gutenberg. http://www. Bell & Co—London. Day & Son. E.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h.

Mohammedan Houses. 3. Cœnaculum. Principal Entrance. AND OF THE SO-CALLED TOMB OF DAVID. 5.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.gutenberg. 6. http://www. Modern Mohammedan Houses. 2. Christian Cemetery.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. by Ermete Pierotti. VIEW OF THE CŒNACULUM. Dome of the Tomb of David. 4. 1.htm PLATE XLV. 112 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .

http://www. 113 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Pierotti. & Delt—T.gutenberg. Cambridge.htm XLV. Lith. by Ermete Pierotti. Picken. Bell & Daldy. Bell & Co—London.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Lithrs to the Queen. Deighton. Day & Son. E. Photo.

f. 1. OF THE SO-CALLED TOMB OF DAVID. 15. Helena. 2. 12. S. 11. Subterranean Passage covered with stone and earth. Representation of the Sarcophagus of David. b. Staircase leading to the Tomb of David. Staircase leading to underground Works. PLAN AND SECTION OF THE CŒNACULUM.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. or of the Crusaders. Christian Tombs. AND OF THE UNDERGROUND WORKS OF MOUNT SION. Underground Works of Mount Sion. Rock. Upper Court. Place of the Mohammedan Priest. Ancient Wall. 6. Underground Works. Lower Court. 14. 8. 9. 4. by Ermete Pierotti. Place covered with earth. Wall of the time of S. Staircase leading to upper Chambers. http://www. Modern Arab Wall. d. 13. Chambers. 10. a.gutenberg. 7. Mohammedan Chambers.htm PLATE XLVI.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. in front of the Tomb of David. Mohammedan Chapel. e. 5. Conventional Signs. Passage to the Tomb of David. Cœnaculum. c. 3. 114 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . dedicated to the Tomb of David. g. Staircase leading to the Upper Court.

115 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Bell & Co—London. Day & Son. by Ermete Pierotti. E.gutenberg. Pierotti. Bell & Daldy. Mest & Delt Cambridge. Deighton.htm XLVI. http://www. Lithrs to the Queen.

Tombs.gutenberg. 3.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. PLAN AND SECTION OF THE TOMBS OF ACELDAMA. 5. 2. Fig. Tomb of S. Tombs. Ancient Tombs.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Onuphrius. 116 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . http://www. 2.htm PLATE XLVII. Cultivated land. 1. 1. Ancient Walls. by Ermete Pierotti. Fig.

org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Day & Son. Mest & Delt Cambridge. E. Bell & Daldy. 117 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .gutenberg.htm XLVII. Deighton. Lithrs to the Queen.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Bell & Co—London. Pierotti. http://www. by Ermete Pierotti.

8. 9. 11. 1. Cave. 10. Ancient Arab Building. 5. Kidron.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. En-Rogel. Valley of Hinnom. Walls and Ruins. Ophel.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Mount Sion. 4. Mosque el-Aksa. http://www. 6. 3. Mount of Offence.gutenberg. SOUTH-EASTERN EXTREMITY OF THE VALLEY OF SILOAM. Valley of the Kidron. 12.htm PLATE XLVIII. by Ermete Pierotti. 7. 118 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 2. Bir-Eyub. City of Mount Sion.

by Ermete Pierotti. Day & Son.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Photo. Bell & Daldy. Lithrs to the Queen. E. Lith. Picken. http://www. Bell & Co—London. Cambridge.htm XLVIII. Deighton.gutenberg. Pierotti. & Delt—T. 119 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.

5. Mount Scopus. 10. 3. 2. 8. Road to Siloam. Tomb of Zacharias. Tomb of S.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Mount Moriah. 11. James.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Road to the Kidron. 120 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .gutenberg. 13. Jewish Cemetery.htm PLATE XLIX. Arab House. 7. Ruined Tomb. Mount of Olives. by Ermete Pierotti. VIEW OF THE VALLEY OF JEHOSHAPHAT. Valley of Jehoshaphat. Mount of Offence. Tomb of Absalom. 9. 1. 14. Ancient Tomb. Cave. 12. http://www. 6. 4.

org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Photo. Pierotti. Bell & Daldy. Day & Son. Deighton. & Delt—T. 121 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . E.htm XLIX. Lith. http://www. Cambridge. by Ermete Pierotti.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.gutenberg. Lithrs to the Queen. Picken. Bell & Co—London.

org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. by Ermete Pierotti.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 122 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .gutenberg. FRONT OF THE TOMB OF THE VIRGIN MARY.htm PLATE L. http://www. Principal Entrance of the time of the Crusaders.

M.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Bell & Daldy. & Delt—R. Bell & Co—London. Deighton. Day & Son. Lithrs to the Queen. Photo. Lith. Bryson. http://www. Cambridge.gutenberg. by Ermete Pierotti. Pierotti. E.htm L. 123 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .

d. 4. S. Greek Altar. 10. Longitudinal Section. Section of the Cave of the Agony. S. Fig. e. b. 9.) 11.? (Greek. 18. 5.gutenberg. and 17. and 24. Oblique Section. Greek Altar dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Closed Doors. S. Fig.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMB OF THE VIRGIN MARY. Latin Altar. Greek Vestry. Rock.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Armenian Altar. 23. a. 1. and of the Cave of the Agony. Place covered with Ruins and Earth. Cultivated Land. Nicholas. Greek Altar of S. Altar of the Copts. (S).) 8. 21.) 6. Plan of the Tomb of the Virgin Mary. Armenian Vestry. Stephen. 14. AND OF THE CAVE OF THE AGONY. c. 12. 15. 19. Site of the Agony. Cistern.? 16. Latin Altars. Joseph's tomb. 3. Opening in the Rock above. Syrian Altar. 2. Places of Prayer for the Mohammedans.? (Greek. Joachim's Tomb. Fig. Ancient Walls. by Ermete Pierotti. Greek. 13.htm PLATE LI. Conventional Signs. 124 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . http://www. Cave of the Agony. 4. Vestibule of the Church. 2. Tomb of the Virgin Mary. Ann's Tomb. Modern Walls. Greek Altar of S.? (Armenian. 25. (Armenian.) 7. 3. Bridge over the Kidron. Fig. 20. 1. 22.

Day & Son. Bell & Daldy. E. Mest & Delt Cambridge. Bell & Co—London. Pierotti.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. by Ermete Pierotti.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Deighton.htm LI. http://www.gutenberg. Lithrs to the Queen. 125 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .

http://www.gutenberg.htm PLATE LII. 3. Site of the Ascension of Jesus. 2. Arab Tower. 9. Gethsemane. 1. Mount Viri-Galilæi. 7. by Ermete Pierotti. 6. 8. 126 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 10. Minaret. MOUNT OF OLIVES AND THE GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE. Place where Judas betrayed Jesus. 4. Valley of the Kidron.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 5.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Tomb of the Virgin Mary. Arab Tower. Mount of Olives.

Bell & Co—London. Deighton. Photo. Lithrs to the Queen. E. http://www.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Bell & Daldy. Day & Son.gutenberg. Picken.htm LII. & Delt—T. Cambridge. Pierotti. 127 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Lith. by Ermete Pierotti.

Little Pool and Cistern. 8. Coptic Altar. 7. 12. c. by Ermete Pierotti. 9.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.gutenberg.htm PLATE LIII. Plan of Mosque. 128 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 2. Syrian Altar.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Section of Mosque. d. 11. Place of Prayer. 4. Stone. b. Cistern. Site of the Ascension of Jesus. 13. Ruins. 14. Ancient perimeter of the Basilica. AND DETAILS OF FIVE CAPITALS. Mosque. Armenian Altar. a. Columns in the exterior of the Mosque. Ancient Walls. Fig. Chapel of the Ascension. Capitals. http://www. 5. Greek Altar. 10. 1. c. Place covered with earth. Cistern. Conventional Signs. Pavement. Fig. PLAN AND SECTION OF MOSQUE SITUATED ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES. 6. 1. 2. 3. Remains of an ancient Column.

http://www.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. E. Mest & Delt Cambridge. Bell & Daldy.gutenberg.htm LIII. Pierotti. Bell & Co—London. Lithrs to the Queen. by Ermete Pierotti. Day & Son. Deighton.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 129 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .

Places covered with earth. Incomplete excavations in the Rock. PLAN AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE PROPHETS SITUATED IN THE MOUNT OF OLIVES. Place covered with ruins and earth. Rock. 2. AND SECTION OF THE TOMB OF LAZARUS AT BETHANY. 5. Ancient Chapel of the times of the Crusaders. 4. Arab Houses.htm PLATE LIV. 130 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 5. 4.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. View of the Tomb of Lazarus. Tombs. PLAN. 3. by Ermete Pierotti. Fig. Tomb of Lazarus. ? 1. 1. Fig. Fig. 7. 6. Entrance.gutenberg. Ancient Walls. 6. 2. 7.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Entrance. Opening in the Rock above. Plan and Section of the Tomb of Lazarus. Mosque of Bethany. 3. 2. Tombs of the Prophets. Rock. 1. 3.—VIEW. http://www. Road to Jericho. 8.

E. http://www. Bell & Daldy. Deighton.gutenberg.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.htm LIV. 131 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Mest & Delt Cambridge.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Day & Son. Pierotti. Bell & Co—London. by Ermete Pierotti. Lithrs to the Queen.

org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. http://www. The Description given in the Text. VIEW OF THE TOMBS OF THE KINGS. 132 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .htm PLATE LV.gutenberg. by Ermete Pierotti.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored.

E.htm LV. Lith. Deighton.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Photo. Pierotti. Lithrs to the Queen. & Delt—T.gutenberg. Day & Son.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Cambridge. Picken. 133 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Bell & Daldy. by Ermete Pierotti. http://www. Bell & Co—London.

x. PLAN AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE KINGS. Plan of the Tombs of the Kings. AND OF OTHER TOMBS. Groove in which the chain worked to move the stone closing the entrance. Fig.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. THAT OF JEHOSHAPHAT. with the grooves in which it and the chain worked. situated on the South of Jerusalem. like that of our Lord. u. 4. 5. 2. by Ermete Pierotti.htm PLATE LVI.gutenberg. y. 134 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Position of the stone when the entrance was closed. Fig. u. y. 3. The stone used in closing the entrance of the Tomb. AND ONE LIKE THAT OF OUR LORD.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Fig. x. a. Place where the end of the chain was drawn out in order to raise the stone. Inner stone door. 1. b. n. c. y. Position of the stone when the entrance was closed. Fig. Sketch of the Plan of the Tomb of Jehoshaphat. http://www. Entrance. Fig. Entrance of Vestibule. Tomb. Stone support of the door.

Deighton. Pierotti. Mest & Delt Cambridge. Bell & Daldy.htm LVI.gutenberg.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Day & Son.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Lithrs to the Queen. Bell & Co—London. 135 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . E. http://www. by Ermete Pierotti.

Prominent parts of each side of the Synagogue. Mass of rock on which the Rabbins used to read Prayers. by Ermete Pierotti.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. http://www. Ruins. ANCIENT JEWISH SYNAGOGUE IN THE VALLEY OF THE KIDRON. 3. TOWARDS THE NORTH. 1.gutenberg.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h.htm PLATE LVII. 2. 136 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .

Lith. by Ermete Pierotti.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Deighton. Bell & Daldy.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Day & Son. E. Delt—E. Lithrs to the Queen. Walker. Cambridge. Pierotti.htm LVII. http://www. Bell & Co—London.gutenberg. 137 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .

VIEW OF THE TOMBS OF THE JUDGES. 5. AND OF OTHER TOMBS TO THE NORTH OF JERUSALEM. 3.htm PLATE LVIII. c. 2. Ornaments on the two sides. Cover of a Sarcophagus. b. from the Tombs of the Kings. a. View of a Tomb situated near Jerusalem on the North-West. Single Ornaments of the Cover of the Sarcophagus. Fig. near the Tombs of the Kings. 2 and Fig. a. 6. Fig. Corresponding parts of Fig. Tombs of the Judges. 2 and Fig. 138 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Fig. 4.gutenberg. 4. e. 3. http://www. 7.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Fig. f. Fig. Entrance. General idea of the Tombs of Samuel at Ramah and of Rachel at Ephrata. 1. Plan and Section of a Tomb situated on the North of Jerusalem. Fig. by Ermete Pierotti. Fig. Corresponding parts of Fig.

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a. http://www. Tomb situated on the North-West of Jerusalem near the Tombs of the Judges. N. 6. Plan of the Tomb situated on the North-West of Jerusalem (for the Façade of which see Plate LVIII. Fig. First entrance Chamber. Fig. 3.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. in the opening of the Valley of Kidron. Water-conduit hewn in the Rocks. AND OF THE OTHER TOMBS. Fig. 5. Passage leading into the other Sepulchral Chambers.htm PLATE LIX. 3.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. 2. 1. Fig. by Ermete Pierotti. Fig. Subterranean Chamber. b. Tomb situated on the North of Jerusalem. in which may be seen Sepulchres in an unfinished state. 5). Fig.gutenberg. Longitudinal Section of the Tombs. Vestibule. 2. 140 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Transverse Section. Staircase leading into the Subterranean Chamber. a. M. Plan of the Tombs. 4. Entrance. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE JUDGES. Fig. 1.

E. Pierotti. by Ermete Pierotti. Deighton. Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy. Day & Son.gutenberg.htm LIX.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. Lithrs to the Queen. 141 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM .org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. Mest & Delt Cambridge. http://www.

Pelagia's Tomb. Fig. PELAGIA'S TOMB ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES.). 5. Cultivated land. Pelagia. Ancient Jewish Tomb. (a). Fig. http://www. Rock. 6. 6. 7. An entrance door into the Tomb of Aceldama (for the Plan of which see Plate XLVII. the retreat of S. Ornaments of the Tomb of S. Plan of S. 8. Fig. 4. n. Fig. 2.gutenberg. Opening corresponding with a Sepulchral Chamber. 8. Opening into which both the Jews and the Arabs used to throw stones. Tomb of Zacharias. in order to indicate their hatred of the wicked son Absalom. Fig.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 1. Another entrance into the Tomb of Aceldama. 7. Section of S. Room built at the time of the Crusades. Tomb of Absalom. Tomb of Jehoshaphat. 4. James. 9. 1. PLAN AND SECTION OF S. Tomb of S. Pelagia's Tomb. Fig. 3.—DETAILS OF SEPULCHRES IN THE VALLEY OF JEHOSHAPHAT. Heaps of earth. AND OF SOME OTHERS IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF JERUSALEM. Fig. by Ermete Pierotti. 3. Broken ornaments. 5. Pelagia.htm PLATE LX. 2. Jewish Tomb. Tomb of S.). 142 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . Onuphrius (for the Plan of which see Plate XLVII. Fig.

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1. A Capital of the Tomb of Absalom. Monolithic portion of the Monument. by Ermete Pierotti. http://www. Ornaments of the Tombs of the Kings.The Project Gutenberg ebook of Jerusalem Explored. 2.org/files/44241/44241-h/44241-h. DETAILS RELATING TO THE TOMBS. 5. 144 of 156 11/21/2013 2:43 PM . 6. Fig. b. A Capital of the Tomb of Zacharias. a. Details of the Tomb of Absalom. Portion formed of Masonry. Fig. c. 3. Fig.htm PLATE LXI. Fig. d.gutenberg. Fig. A Capital of the corner-pillar of the Tomb of Zacharias. Fig. Monolith of Siloam. 4.

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