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Title: Jerusalem Explored, Volume II--Plates
       Being a description of the ancient and modern city, with
              numerous illustrations consisting of views, ground plans
              and sections

Author: Ermete Pierotti

Translator: Thomas George Bonney

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JERUSALEM EXPLORED

BEING

A Description of the Ancient and Modern City.

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Cambridge:

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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LONDON: BELL AND DALDY, FLEET STREET.
CAMBRIDGE: DEIGHTON, BELL, AND CO.

M.DCCC.LXIV.

[The right of Translation is reserved.]

CONTENTS.
PLATE
I.PANORAMA OF JERUSALEM, SEEN FROM THE MOUNT OF OLIVES.
II.PLAN OF MODERN JERUSALEM.
III.PLAN OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM.
IV. FOUR SECTIONS OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM, SHEWING THE UNDERGROUND CONSTRUCTIONS IN COMPARISON WITH THE PRESENT LEVEL OF THE CITY.
V.ANCIENT CITADEL OF THE JEBUSITES, AFTERWARDS THAT OF DAVID, THEN THAT OF THE PISANS. THE JAFFA GATE.
VI.THE TOWERS PHASLUS AND MARIAMNE. THE TOWER HIPPICUS IS CONCEALED BY PHASLUS.
VII.GATE OF DAMASCUS.
VIII.VIEWS OF THE ROYAL CAVERNS, AND OF THE GROTTO OF JEREMIAH.
IX.PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE ROYAL CAVERNS, AND OF THE GROTTO OF JEREMIAH.
X.DETAILS OF ANCIENT MASONRY—OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF ANCIENT CONDUITS—OF THE POOLS—OF THE WELL OF JOAB, AND OF SOLOMON'S RESERVOIRS AT ETHAM.
XI.THE HARAM ES-SHERIF.
XII.PLAN OF LAND BELONGING TO THE DAUGHTERS OF SION, AND OF THE SUBTERRANEAN PASSAGE COMMUNICATING WITH MORIAH, DISCOVERED BY PIEROTTI—SECTIONS RELATING TO THIS LAND AND TO MOUNT MORIAH.
XIII. VIEW OF THE ARCH OF THE ECCE-HOMO, WITH THE SMALLER ARCH TO THE NORTH, DISCOVERED BY PIEROTTI.
XIV.VIEW OF THE BARRACK OF THE HARAM ES-SHERIF.
XV.REMAINS OF ANCIENT MASONRY, CALLED THE RUINS OF THE TOWER ANTONIA.
XVI.VIEW OF THE POOL OF BETHESDA.
XVII.ANCIENT JEWISH WORK IN THE NORTH-EAST OF THE HARAM WALL, NEAR S. MARY'S GATE.
XVIII.EASTERN VIEW OF THE GOLDEN GATE.
XIX.WESTERN VIEW OF THE GOLDEN GATE.
XX.VIEW OF THE SOUTH GATE OF THE HARAM ES-SHERIF (BAB EL-HULDAH).
XXI.WESTERN VIEW OF EL-AKSA, NEAR THE SOUTH-WESTERN ANGLE.
XXII. WAILING-PLACE OF THE JEWS. A PORTION OF THE ANCIENT WALL OF THE TEMPLE ENCLOSURE.
XXIII.FAADE OF THE MOSQUE EL-AKSA.
XXIV.SECTION OF THE MOSQUE OF EL-AKSA, AND OF ITS SUBSTRUCTIONS.
XXV. UNDERGROUND WORKS OF THE MOSQUE OF EL-AKSA, THE MONOLITH IN THE UNDERGROUND WORKS.
XXVI. NORTH-EASTERN VIEW OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH, AND OF KUBBET ES-SILSILEH.
XXVII. SECTION OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH—VIEW OF THE INTERIOR OF THE GOLDEN GATE.
XXVIII.FOUR MOSAICS IN THE INTERIOR OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH, AND MOSQUE EL-AKSA.
XXIX.DETAILS OF THE CAPITAL OF THE MONOLITH IN THE UNDERGROUND WORKS OF EL-AKSA; OF THE ORNAMENTATION OF THE GOLDEN GATE; AND OF THE SIX CAPITALS WHICH CROWN THE COLUMNS OF THE MOSQUES.
XXX. PLAN AND SECTION OF LAND SURROUNDING THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION AND THE HOSPITAL OF THE KNIGHTS OF S. JOHN.
XXXI.VIEW OF THE POOL AMYGDALON, AND OF THE DOMES OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION.
XXXII.FRONT OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION.
XXXIII.GATE OF THE ENTRANCE-DOOR TO THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION.
XXXIV. PLAN OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION WITH ITS LEVELS, AND SECTION OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE—PLAN AND SECTION OF THE TOMB IN ITS ANCIENT AND IN ITS PRESENT STATE.
XXXV. INTERIOR VIEWS OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION, VIZ. GREAT DOME, CALVARY GREEK CHAPEL, CHAPEL OF S. HELENA.
XXXVI.DETAILS OF SEVEN CAPITALS IN AND NEAR THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION.
XXXVII. ENTRANCE TO THE HOSPITAL OF S. JOHN.
XXXVIII. RUINS OF THE CHURCH OF S. MARY THE GREAT.
XXXIX. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE ARMENIAN CHURCH OF S. JAMES, AND MOSAICS.
XL. VIEW OF THE CHURCH OF S. ANN. PROPERTY OF FRANCE.
XLI. PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE FRENCH CHURCH OF S. ANN.
XLII. INTERIOR OF THE CHURCH OF S. ANN, AND FOUR DETAILS OF ORNAMENTATION.
XLIII. TWO DOORS IN THE TEKHIYEH EL-KHASSEKI-SULTANE, COMMONLY CALLED THE HOSPITAL OF S. HELENA.
XLIV.ANCIENT GATE OF SARACENIC ARCHITECTURE IN THE DESCENT OF SILLA, AND A VIEW OF A FOUNTAIN IN THE TYROPŒON VALLEY.
XLV. VIEW OF THE CŒNACULUM, AND OF THE SO-CALLED TOMB OF DAVID.
XLVI.PLAN AND SECTION OF THE CŒNACULUM; THE SO-CALLED TOMB OF DAVID; AND OF THE UNDERGROUND WORKS OF MOUNT SION.
XLVII.PLAN AND SECTION OF THE TOMBS OF ACELDAMA.
XLVIII.SOUTH-EASTERN EXTREMITY OF THE VALLEY OF SILOAM.
XLIX.VIEW OF THE VALLEY OF JEHOSHAPHAT.
L.FRONT OF THE TOMB OF THE VIRGIN MARY.
LI.PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMB OF THE VIRGIN MARY, AND OF THE CAVE OF THE AGONY.
LII.MOUNT OF OLIVES AND THE GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE.
LIII.PLAN AND SECTION OF MOSQUE SITUATED ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES, AND DETAILS OF FIVE CAPITALS.
LIV.PLAN AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE PROPHETS SITUATED IN THE MOUNT OF OLIVES.—VIEW, PLAN, AND SECTION OF THE TOMB OF LAZARUS AT BETHANY.
LV.VIEW OF THE TOMBS OF THE KINGS.
LVI.PLAN AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE KINGS, AND OF OTHER TOMBS; THAT OF JEHOSHAPHAT, AND ONE LIKE THAT OF OUR LORD.
LVII.ANCIENT JEWISH SYNAGOGUE IN THE VALLEY OF THE KIDRON, TOWARDS THE NORTH.
LVIII.VIEW OF THE TOMBS OF THE JUDGES, AND OF OTHER TOMBS TO THE NORTH OF JERUSALEM.
LIX.PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE JUDGES, AND OF THE OTHER TOMBS.
LX. PLAN AND SECTION OF S. PELAGIA'S TOMB ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES.—DETAILS OF SEPULCHRES IN THE VALLEY OF JEHOSHAPHAT, AND OF SOME OTHERS IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF JERUSALEM.
LXI.DETAILS RELATING TO THE TOMBS.
LXII.POOL OF MAMILLAH, OR SERPENTS' POOL (ACCORDING TO JOSEPHUS), NEAR THE MONUMENT OF HEROD ON THE WEST OF THE CITY.
LXIII.PLAN AND SECTION OF THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY CROSS TO THE WEST OF JERUSALEM, AND DETAILS OF THE MOSAICS.

PLATE I.

PANORAMA OF JERUSALEM, SEEN FROM THE MOUNT OF OLIVES.

REFERENCES

  1.    Hill of Evil Counsel.
  2.    Aqueduct of Solomon.
  3.    Mount of Rephaim.
  4.    Cave of S. Peter's Repentance.
  5.    Mount Sion.
  6.    Tomb of David.
  7.    Scene of the Last Supper.
  8.    Harem es Sherf.
  9.    Court of the Mosque Kubbet es-Sakharrah.
  10.    Mosque el Aksa.
  11.    Kubbet es-Sakharah.
  12.    Jewish Hospital.
  13.    Armenian Convent.
  14.    Church of S. James.
  15.    English Church.
  16.    Castle of David.
  17.    Greek Convent of S. John the Baptist.
  18.    Minaret of Ibrahim's Mosque.
  19.    The Western Mountains.
  20.    Tower of the Church of the Resurrection.
  21.    Church of the Resurrection.
  22.    Hospice of Saladin.
  23.    Greek Convent of S. Basil.
  24.    Latin Convent of S. Saviour.
  25.    Minaret of the Serai.
  26.    Tekhie el-Kasyeki Sultane.
  27.    Residence of the Governor of Jerusalem.
  28.    Barrack of the Haram es-Sherf.
  29.    A building belonging to the Daughters of Sion.
  30.    Minaret. The ancient Palace of Herod.
  31.    Church of S. Ann.
  32.    Mount Gihon.
  33.    Convent of the Dancing Dervishes.
  34.    Herod's Gate.
  35.    Ancient Church of S. Mary Magdalene.
  36.    Bastion of Godfrey of Bouillon.
  37.    Kerm es Sheikh.
  38.    S. Mary's Gate.
  39.    Saracenic Ruin.
  40.    Golden Gate.
  41.    Cemetery.
  42.    Way of the Capture.
  43.    Valley of the Kidron.
  44.    Place where S. Stephen was stoned (?).
  45.    Gethsemane.
  46.    Arab Tower.
  47.    Tomb of Absalom.
  48.    Mount of Offence.
  49.    Tomb of the Virgin Mary.
  50.    Mount of Olives.

I.

Illustration: Panorama of Jerusalem, seen from the Mount of Olives

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE II.

PLAN OF MODERN JERUSALEM.

REFERENCES.

PLAN OF MODERN JERUSALEM
II.

Illustration: Plan of Modern Jerusalem

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

Illustration: Code Key to Plate 2

PLATE III.

PLAN OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM.

REFERENCES.

PLAN OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM.
III.

Illustration: Plan of Ancient Jerusalem

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

Illustration: Code Key to Plate 3

PLATE IV.

FOUR SECTIONS OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM, SHEWING THE UNDERGROUND CONSTRUCTIONS IN COMPARISON WITH THE PRESENT LEVEL OF THE CITY.

REFERENCES.

IV.

Illustration: Four Sections of Ancient Jerusalem

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE V.

ANCIENT CITADEL OF THE JEBUSITES, AFTERWARDS THAT OF DAVID, THEN THAT OF THE PISANS. THE JAFFA GATE.

  1.    Jaffa Gate.
  2.    Present Wall of the City.
  3.    The Custom House.
  4.    Citadel.
  5.    Barrack of Mount Sion.
  6.    Minaret of the Citadel.
  7.    Road from Bethlehem.
  8.    Road from Jaffa.
  9.    Mount Sion.
  10.    Valley of Gihon.

V.

Illustration: The Jaffa Gate

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—E. Walker, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE VI.

THE TOWERS PHASLUS AND MARIAMNE. THE TOWER
HIPPICUS IS CONCEALED BY PHASLUS.

  1.    Citadel Gate.
  2.    Citadel.
  3.    Tower Phaslus.
  4.    Tower Mariamne.
  5.    Breast-work of a ditch.
  6.    Upper Road of Sion.

VI.

Illustration: The Towers Phaslus and Mariamne

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE VII.

GATE OF DAMASCUS.

VII.

Illustration: Gate of Damascus

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE VIII.

VIEWS OF THE ROYAL CAVERNS, AND OF THE GROTTO OF JEREMIAH.

VIII.

Illustration: Views of the Royal Caverns, and Grotto of Jeremiah

E. Pierotti, Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE IX.

PLANS AND SECTION OF THE ROYAL CAVERNS, AND
OF THE GROTTO OF JEREMIAH.

IX.

Illustration: Plans and Section of the Royal Caverns, and of the
  Grotto of Jeremiah

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE X.

DETAILS OF ANCIENT MASONRY—OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF ANCIENT CONDUITS—OF THE POOLS—OF THE WELL OF JOAB, AND OF SOLOMON'S RESERVOIRS AT ETHAM.

X.

Illustration: Details of Ancient Masonry

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XI.

THE HARAM ES-SHERIF.



HARAM ES-SHERIF.
XI.

Illustration: The Haram es-Sherf

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XII.

PLAN OF LAND BELONGING TO THE DAUGHTERS OF SION, AND OF THE SUBTERRANEAN PASSAGE COMMUNICATING WITH MORIAH, DISCOVERED BY PIEROTTI—SECTIONS RELATING TO THIS LAND AND TO MOUNT MORIAH.


See Plate XI.


XII.

Illustration: Plan of Land Belonging to the Daughters of Sion

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XIII.

VIEW OF THE ARCH OF THE ECCE-HOMO, WITH THE SMALLER ARCH TO THE NORTH, DISCOVERED BY PIEROTTI.

XIII.

Illustration: View of the Arch of the Ecce-Homo

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XIV.

VIEW OF THE BARRACK OF THE HARAM ES-SHERIF.

XIV.

Illustration: View of the Barrack of the Harem es-Sherf

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XV.

REMAINS OF ANCIENT MASONRY, CALLED THE RUINS
OF THE TOWER ANTONIA.

XV.

Illustration: Remains of Ancient Masonry

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XVI.

VIEW OF THE POOL OF BETHESDA.

XVI.

Illustration: View of the Pool of Bethesda

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XVII.

ANCIENT JEWISH WORK IN THE NORTH-EAST OF THE
HARAM WALL, NEAR S. MARY'S GATE.

XVII.

Illustration: Ancient Jewish Work in the North-East of the Haram
  Wall

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XVIII.

EASTERN VIEW OF THE GOLDEN GATE.

XVIII.

Illustration: Eastern View of the Golden Gate

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XIX.

WESTERN VIEW OF THE GOLDEN GATE.

XIX.

Illustration: Western View of the Golden Gate

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XX.

VIEW OF THE SOUTH GATE OF THE HARAM ES-SHERIF, (BAB EL-HULDAH.)

XX.

Illustration: View of the South Gate of the Haram es-Sharf

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXI.

WESTERN VIEW OF EL-AKSA, NEAR THE SOUTH-WESTERN ANGLE.

XXI.

Illustration: Western View of El-Aksa

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXII.

WAILING-PLACE OF THE JEWS. A PORTION OF THE
ANCIENT WALL OF THE TEMPLE ENCLOSURE.

This Wall is of the date of Herod the Great, and is the best specimen of the Masonry of that period to be found in Jerusalem. The Jews come to pray and weep before it every Friday.

XXII.

Illustration: Wailing-Place of the Jews

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXIII.

FAADE OF THE MOSQUE EL-AKSA.

XXIII.

Illustration: Faade of the Mosque El-Aksa

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXIV.

SECTION OF THE MOSQUE OF EL-AKSA, AND OF ITS SUBSTRUCTIONS.

XXIV.

Illustration: Section of the Mosque of El-Aksa

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXV.

UNDERGROUND WORKS OF THE MOSQUE OF EL-AKSA.
THE MONOLITH IN THE UNDERGROUND WORKS.

XXV.

Illustration: Underground Works of the Mosque of El-Aksa

E. Pierotti, Delt—E. Walker Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXVI.

NORTH-EASTERN VIEW OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH, AND OF KUBBET ES-SILSILEH.

XXVI.

Illustration: North-east View of Kubbet Es-Sakharah

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXVII.

SECTION OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH—VIEW OF THE INTERIOR OF THE GOLDEN GATE.

XXVII.

Illustration: Section of Kubbet Es-Sakharah

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt—L. Cornelissen, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXVIII.

FOUR MOSAICS IN THE INTERIOR OF KUBBET ES-SAKHARAH,
AND MOSQUE EL-AKSA.

XXVIII.

Illustration: Four Mosaics in the Interior of Kubbet Es-Sakharah

E. Pierotti, Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXIX.

DETAILS OF THE CAPITAL OF THE MONOLITH IN THE UNDERGROUND WORKS OF EL-AKSA; OF THE ORNAMENTATION OF THE GOLDEN GATE; AND OF THE SIX CAPITALS WHICH CROWN THE COLUMNS OF THE MOSQUES.

XXIX.

Illustration: Details of Capitals

E. Pierotti, Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXX.

PLAN AND SECTION OF LAND SURROUNDING THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION AND THE HOSPITAL OF THE KNIGHTS OF S. JOHN.


XXX.

Illustration: Church and Hospital of the Knights of Saint John

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXXI.

VIEW OF THE POOL AMYGDALON, AND OF THE DOMES OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION.

XXXI.

Illustration: View of the Pool Amygdalon

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXXII.

FRONT OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION.

XXXII.

Illustration: Front of the Church of the Resurrection

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXXIII.

GATE OF THE ENTRANCE-DOOR TO THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION.

XXXIII.

Illustration: Gate of the Entrance-Door to the Church of the
  Resurrection

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXXIV.

PLAN OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION WITH ITS LEVELS, AND SECTION OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE—PLAN AND SECTION OF THE TOMB IN ITS ANCIENT AND IN ITS PRESENT STATE.


XXXIV.

Illustration: Plan of the Church of the Resurrection

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXXV.

INTERIOR VIEWS OF THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION, Viz. GREAT DOME, CALVARY, GREEK CHAPEL, CHAPEL OF S. HELENA.

XXXV.

Illustration: Interior Views of the Church of the Resurrection

E. Pierotti, Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXXVI.

DETAILS OF SEVEN CAPITALS IN AND NEAR
THE CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION.

XXXVI.

Illustration: Details of the Church of the Resurrection

E. Pierotti, Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXXVII.

ENTRANCE TO THE HOSPITAL OF S. JOHN.

XXXVII.

Illustration: Entrance to the Hospital of Saint John

E. Pierotti, Photo & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXXVIII.

RUINS OF THE CHURCH OF S. MARY THE GREAT.

XXXVIII.

Illustration: Ruins of the Church of Saint Mary the Great

E. Pierotti, Photo & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XXXIX.

PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE ARMENIAN CHURCH OF S. JAMES, AND MOSAICS.


XXXIX.

Illustration: Plans and Sections of the Armenian Church of Saint
 James, and Mosaics

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XL.

VIEW OF THE CHURCH OF S. ANN.
PROPERTY OF FRANCE.

XL.

Illustration: View of the Church of Saint Ann

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—E. Walker, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XLI.

PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE FRENCH CHURCH OF S. ANN.

XLI.

Illustration: Plans and Sections of the French Church of Saint Ann

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XLII.

INTERIOR OF THE CHURCH OF S. ANN, AND FOUR DETAILS OF ORNAMENTATION.

XLII.

Illustration: Interior of the Church of Saint Ann, and details

E. Pierotti, Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XLIII.

TWO DOORS IN THE TEKHIYEH EL-KHASSEKI-SULTANE, COMMONLY CALLED THE HOSPITAL OF S. HELENA.

XLIII.

Illustration: Two Doors in the Hospital of Saint Helena

E. Pierotti, & Delt—A. Newman, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XLIV.

ANCIENT GATE OF SARACENIC ARCHITECTURE IN THE\ DESCENT OF SILLA, AND A VIEW OF A FOUNTAIN\ IN THE TYROPŒON VALLEY.

XLIV.

Illustration: Ancient Gate of Saracenic Architecture

E. Pierotti, Delt—A. Newman, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XLV.

VIEW OF THE CŒNACULUM, AND OF THE SO-CALLED TOMB OF DAVID.

XLV.

Illustration: View of the Cœnaculum and Tomb of David

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XLVI.

PLAN AND SECTION OF THE CŒNACULUM; OF THE SO-CALLED TOMB OF DAVID; AND OF THE UNDERGROUND WORKS OF MOUNT SION.


XLVI.

Illustration: Plan And Section Of The Cœnaculum

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XLVII.

PLAN AND SECTION OF THE TOMBS OF ACELDAMA.

XLVII.

Illustration: Plan and Section of the Tombs of Aceldama

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XLVIII.

SOUTH-EASTERN EXTREMITY OF THE VALLEY OF SILOAM.

XLVIII.

Illustration: Southeastern Valley of Siloam

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE XLIX.

VIEW OF THE VALLEY OF JEHOSHAPHAT.

XLIX.

Illustration: Valley of Jehoshaphat

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE L.

FRONT OF THE TOMB OF THE VIRGIN MARY.

Principal Entrance of the time of the Crusaders.

L.

Illustration: Front of the Tomb of the Virgin Mary

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LI.

PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMB OF THE VIRGIN MARY, AND OF THE CAVE OF THE AGONY.


LI.

Illustration: Tomb of Virgin Mary and Cave of the Agony

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LII.

MOUNT OF OLIVES AND THE GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE.

LII.

Illustration: Mount of Olives and Garden of Gethsemane

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LIII.

PLAN AND SECTION OF MOSQUE SITUATED ON THE MOUNT
OF OLIVES, AND DETAILS OF FIVE CAPITALS.


LIII.

Illustration: Plan and Section of Mosque

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LIV.

PLAN AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE PROPHETS
SITUATED IN THE MOUNT OF OLIVES.—VIEW, PLAN,
AND SECTION OF THE TOMB OF LAZARUS
AT BETHANY.

LIV.

Illustration: Plan and Sections of the Tombs of the Prophets

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LV.

VIEW OF THE TOMBS OF THE KINGS.

The Description given in the Text.

LV.

Illustration: View of the Tombs of the Kings

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—T. Picken, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LVI.

PLAN AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE KINGS,
AND OF OTHER TOMBS; THAT OF JEHOSHAPHAT,
AND ONE LIKE THAT OF OUR LORD.

LVI.

Illustration: Plans and Sections of the Tombs of the Kings

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LVII.

ANCIENT JEWISH SYNAGOGUE IN THE VALLEY OF
THE KIDRON, TOWARDS THE NORTH.

LVII.

Illustration: Ancient Jewish Synagogue

E. Pierotti, Delt—E. Walker, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LVIII.

VIEW OF THE TOMBS OF THE JUDGES, AND OF OTHER
TOMBS TO THE NORTH OF JERUSALEM.

LVIII.

Illustration: Tombs of the Judges and Other Tombs North of
  Jerusalem

E. Pierotti, Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LIX.

PLANS AND SECTIONS OF THE TOMBS OF THE JUDGES,
AND OF THE OTHER TOMBS.

LIX.

Illustration: Plans and Sections of the Tombs of the Judges

E. Pierotti, Mest & Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LX.

PLAN AND SECTION OF S. PELAGIA'S TOMB ON THE MOUNT
OF OLIVES.—DETAILS OF SEPULCHRES IN THE VALLEY
OF JEHOSHAPHAT, AND OF SOME OTHERS IN THE
NEIGHBOURHOOD OF JERUSALEM.

LX.

Illustration: Saint Pelagia's Tomb and Details of Others

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—R. M. Bryson, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LXI.

DETAILS RELATING TO THE TOMBS.

LXI.

Illustration: Details Relating to the Tombs

E. Pierotti, Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LXII.

POOL OF MAMILLAH, OR SERPENTS' POOL (ACCORDING
TO JOSEPHUS), NEAR THE MONUMENT OF HEROD
ON THE WEST OF THE CITY.

LXII.

Illustration: Pool of Mamillah

E. Pierotti, Photo. & Delt—E. Walker, Lith.
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.

PLATE LXIII.

PLAN AND SECTION OF THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY CROSS
TO THE WEST OF JERUSALEM, AND DETAILS
OF THE MOSAICS.


LXIII.

E. Pierotti, Mest et Delt
Cambridge. Deighton, Bell & Co—London. Bell & Daldy.
Day & Son, Lithrs to the Queen.


Transcriber's Notes:

Missing punctuation was added to lists, index and plate numbers. Missing spaces between words were added, where appropriate.

Attributions to plates were standardized.

Table of Contents was moved before the description of Plate I, and Plate XXX was moved to follow its description, to keep all plates and their descriptions in sequential order.

Figure numbers in Roman numerals were changed to Arabic numbers for consistency. Items in some descriptions of Plates were out of order and were retained as printed.

Item '((j)). Subterranean passages' is mis-identified as a duplicate ((h)) on both Plate IV, and the description of plate IV. Removed carat over 'I' in HARAM ES-SHERIF in the description of Plate XI, for consistency with remaining capitalized text of the word. (Lower case version contains the carat, and was not altered throughout.) Plate XLIV, Figure 1, may be mis-identified in the original.

The remaining changes are noted below:
Plate II, item w: 'Brdge' to 'Bridge'
Plate II, Interior of the City subhead: 'of the West' to 'at the West'
Plate III, item 32: duplicate 'and' removed
Plate IV, Section (A)(B), item V: 'Psephiuns' to 'Psephinus'
Plate IV, Section (G)(H), item 5: 'Mohammedam' to 'Mohammedan'
Plate XII, Fig. 1, item 2: 'Mahommedan' to 'Mohammedan'






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