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Crypt of the Holy Sepulchre Jerusalem

Crypt of the Holy Sepulchre Jerusalem

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[Shows the Chapel of St. Helena]
Illus. in: The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt and Nubia / from drawings made on the spot by David Roberts ... ; lithographed by Louis Haghe. London : F.G. Moon, 1842-1845, v. 1, pts. 3-4, p. 5.
Surrogate reference copy available in: The Holy Land / David Roberts. Tel-Aviv, Israel : Terra Sancta Arts, 1982, v. 1, pl. 18, p. 54.
Tooley, no. 19

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01/01/1842
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Contributors

Haghe, Louis, 1806-1885, lithographer
Roberts, David, 1796-1864, artist
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