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David Roberts - Louis Haghe - Beit Jebrin March 7th 1839

David Roberts - Louis Haghe - Beit Jebrin March 7th 1839

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. 2, pts. 7-8, p. 11. Surrog... More

Beit Jala, Palestine, the Giloh of the Bible (2 Sam. xv, 12)
Beit Jibrin. Columbarium
Beit Jibrin. Columbarium
Ruth series. Beit Sahur & Bethlehem. Harvesting, etc
Ruth series. Beit Sahur & Bethlehem. Harvesting, etc
Ruth series. Beit Sahur & Bethlehem. Harvesting, etc
Ruth series. Beit Sahur & Bethlehem. Harvesting, etc
Famous tombs at Beit Jibrin showing wall paintings
Cave dwelling of gunpowder makers [Beit Jibrin]
Ruth series. Beit Sahur & Bethlehem. Harvesting, etc
Ruth series. Beit Sahur & Bethlehem. Harvesting, etc
Ruth series. Beit Sahur & Bethlehem. Harvesting, etc
Beit Jibrin. Columbarium
Ruth series. Beit Sahur & Bethlehem. Harvesting, etc
Beit Jibrin. Columbarium
Ruth series. Beit Sahur & Bethlehem. Harvesting, etc
Southern Palestine. Details of paintings in tomb [Beit Jibrin].
Making gunpowder at Beit Jibrin. Evaporating the liquid
Southern Palestine. Rolling stone door with cross [Beit Jibrin].
Southern Palestine. Staircase in cave at Beit Jibrin.
Making gunpowder at Beit Jibrin. Obtaining liquid for gunpowder
Making gunpowder at Beit Jibrin. Mixing the gunpowder
Southern Palestine. Roman road to Beit Jibrin.
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. Wady el Boutmy
Southern Palestine. Mosaic of warrior [at Beit Jibrin].
Southern Palestine. Mosaic of Greek inscription [at Beit Jibrin].
Southern Palestine. Tomb of Beit Jibrin after clearing.
Southern Palestine. Mosaic of tethered horse [at Beit Jibrin].
Southern Palestine. Columbarium [Beit Jibrin].
Southern Palestine. Loculi on left of main chamber of tomb [Beit Jibrin].
Making gunpowder at Beit Jibrin. Boiling the liquid
Southern Palestine. Subterranean chamber at Beit Jibrin.
Making gunpowder at Beit Jibrin. Cave dwelling of gunpowder makers
[Mosaic of maiden with fruit, Beit Jibrin]
Southern Palestine. Columbarium at Beit Jibrin.
Southern Palestine. Antechamber of painted tomb [Beit Jibrin].
Southern Palestine. Great mound of debris at Beit Jibrin.
Southern Palestine. Mosaic of Gazelle [at Beit Jibrin].
Southern Palestine. Beit El-Ma (Adullam).
Southern Palestine. Mosaic of a villa [at Beit Jibrin].
Bethlehem and surroundings. Beit Jala (Zelzah), home of Saul
[Mosaic floor at Beit Jibrin]
Southern Palestine. Columbarium [Beit Jibrin].
Southern Palestine. Mosaic of maiden with fruit [at Beit Jibrin].
Southern Palestine. Mosaic floor at Beit Jibrin; [Another view of mosaic floor]
Southern Palestine. Mosaic of female figure [at Beit Jibrin]; [Another view of mosaics].
Making gunpowder at Beit Jibrin. Preparing a blast
Crushing olives with fragment of ancient column, at Beit Jibrin

Crushing olives with fragment of ancient column, at Beit Jibrin

Two women and a man crushing olives, Bet Guvrin, Israel. No. 3967. Forms part of: the G. Eric and Edith Matson Photograph Collection.

Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. A Druse [i.e., Druze] shrine. Tomb of Abdullah al Druse
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. Terraced and wooded valley from Beit Ed-Din
Excavations. Tell Beit Mirsim, (Kirjath Sepher). General view of ruins. After excavation
Y.M.C.A. celebration at Beit Nabala on May 21 '44. Opening of "Y" huts at Beit Nabala by Gen. Allan
Negroid mother and children. Before their tent home among the foot hills near Beit Jibrin
Excavations. Tell Beit Mirsim, (Kirjath Sepher). Excavators measuring an ancient dye vat, 1000 B.C.
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Arabesque ceiling
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). The Palace
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Fountain in a summer parlour [i.e., parlor]
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). The inner court and fountain
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Ras el-Metn. Distant view. Lebanon peaks rising above cloud banks
Excavations. Ain Shems (Beth Shemesh) on the Sharon Plain. Beth Shemesh from hills of Beit Jamal. Telephoto showing Zora to extreme right
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Entrance to the Palace
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. Hairpin bends in Damour valley. Called malaet el-Damour: "the fire-tongs"
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Village
Excavations. Tell Beit Mirsim, (Kirjath Sepher). Ancient dye vat built into the wall of a later period
Olive crushing and pressing. Crushing olives with fragment of ancient column. At Beit Jibrin
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. Mountain rising above an ocean of clouds
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. Abeih, a Druse [i.e., Druze] village
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. The Damour valley. Forest and terraced cultivation
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. Deir el-Kamr. Typical terraced hillsides
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. Intensive terracing in the Damour valley
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. Deir el-Kamr. The old Serai. Scene of Christian massacres in 1860
Various subjects of archaeological interest. Typical seal on a jar handle. Seal impression from Tell Beit Mirsim of the steward of King Jethoiachin. About 597 B.C.; [Another view of seal impression].
Beit ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. Terraced and wooded valley. From Beit ed-Din
Bedouin tent of the gypsy type near Beit Jibrin
Excavations. Tell Beit Mirsim, (Kirjath Sepher). Relic from Beth Zur. Carved bone from about 1600 B.C.
Beit Ed-Din. The Shehab Palace (held as a national monument). Lebanon. Deir el-Kamr. Town square
Tel Beit Mirsim. Middle East photographs, American Colony Jerusalem
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. Canaanite revetment, south wall
Tell Beit Mirsim
Tell Beit Mirsim
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. Excavating house at east gate
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. West gate excavated
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. Remains of houses at east gate
Tell Beit Mirsim
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. City wall fourteen feet thick
Tell Beit Mirsim
Tell Beit Mirsim
Tell Beit Mirsim
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. Looking south from Kirjath-Sepher
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. Excavating fortress at west gate
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. Great high place
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. Dishes with mutton and rice
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. East shrine of high place
Tell Beit Mirsim, dye vat
Tell Beit Mirsim
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. The "Nether Spring"
Tell Beit Mirsim
Tell Beit Mirsim
Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim (Kirjath-Sepher) 1926. The great closing dinner
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