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Sphinx at Gizeh

Terra Sancta.

Canaan, Palestine or The Holy Land &c. Divided into the twelve Tribes of Israel.

Floor plan of sepulcher

Solomon's cisterns

The temple at Balbeck

Mount Carmel 1. The great monastery of the Carmelites 2. Where Elias sacrificed 3. The river Kishon 4. The haven of St. John d'Acre 5. The town of St. Jon d'Acre 6. The river Belus

Groundplot of the temple at Balbeck

The prospect of Balbeck

Mount Tabor 1. Naim 2. Endor 3. Mount Hermon 4. The mountains of Gilboa 5. The mountains of Samaria 6. The river Kishon 7. The plain of Esdraelon 8. valley of Iezrael

View of sepulchral monuments and detail of funerary towers

Carte des provinces ecclesiastiques de la Palestine.

Carte de la Palestine selon le partage des douze tribus.

Carte de la terre de Chanaan, avant le conquêtes de Josué.

Carte de la Palestine depuis la captivité de Babylone.

Sepulchres of the kings of Judah

Reservoir of the Sealed Fountain near Bethlehem

Tomb of the Virgin Mary

The Principal street in Bethlehem

Jerusalem with the Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Entrance of the Chapel of the Holy Sepulchre

A Greek Caloyer

Sepulchre of Rachel

A Maronite Monk and Pilgrims

Views in Palestine [Title page]

Tomb in the Valley of Jehoshaphat

Remains of a tower on Mount Zion

Pool of Bethesda Jerusalem

Fountain of Siloam Near Jerusalem

Tomb of Joseph of Arimathea

Bridge over The Brook Kedron

Village of Bethany and the Dead Sea

Entrance to the Sepulchres of the kings of Judah

Subterranean Church at Bathlehem

Sepulchres of the judges of Israel

Views of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives

The Sepulchre of Absalom

Ruins between Ramah and Jerusalem

Pillar to which was affixed the sentence passed on our Saviour

Sepulchral Chambers near Bethany

The Grotto of the Nativity

City of Bethlehem, in Palestine

RECEPTION TO SIR EDWARD A. KRAUSSMAN, GRAND STANDARD BEARER OF THE GRAND COMMANDERY KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, STATE OF NEW YORK [held by] PALESTINE COMMANDERY NO.18 [at] "MASONIC TEMPLE, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (PRIVATE);)

RECEPTION TO SIR EDWARD A. KRAUSSMAN, GRAND STANDARD BEARER OF THE GRAND COMMANDERY KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, STATE OF NEW YORK [held by] PALESTINE COMMANDERY NO.18 [at] "MASONIC TEMPLE, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (PRIVATE);)

Nubie. Rive septentrionale du Nil.

Nubie. Temple et village de Débôd.

Palestine. Jérusalem, quartier occidental.

Thèbes. Médinet-Habou, ruines de la ville de Papa.

Thèbes. Gournah, colosse monolithe d'Aménopht III.

Le Kaire. Mosquée de Sultan-Haçan.

Haute Égypte. Nécropole de Lycopolis.

Thèbes. Médinet-Habou, vue générale des ruines.

Nubie. Village et Temple de l"Ile de Béghé.

Haute Égypte. Temple d'Hermontis.

Thèbes. Palais de Karnak, promenoir de Tôthmès III.

Syrie, Baalbeck, hémicycle de l'enceinte des Temples du Soleil et de Jupiter.

Thèbes. Médinet Habou, façade septentrionale du gynécée de Ramsès Méiamoun

Nubie. Philœ, vue générale prise a l'angle s.-o.

Thèbes. Médinet Habou, façade orientale du gynécée de Ramsès Méiamoun.

Nubie. Ibsamboul, colosse oriental du spéos de phrè.

Nubie. Temple de Maharakkah.

Syrie. Temple de Jupiter, a Baalbeck, façade orientale.

Thèbes. Palais de Karnak, cour des Bubastites et entrée principale de la salle hypostyle.

Haute Égypte. Mosquée d'Ali Bey.

Thèbes. Palais de Karnak, propylées du sud.

Nubie. Temple de Tafah.

Haute Égypte. Palmiers doums.

Nubie. Philœ, Temple Hypètre.

Thèbes. Palais de Karnak, piliers devant le sanctuaire de granit.

Thèbes. Karnak, portique du Temple de Khons.

Nubie. Grand Temple d'Isis, a Philœ, galerie orientale.

Nubie. Grand Temple d'Isis, à Philœ, inscription démotique.

Haute Égypte. Grand Temple de Denderah, sculptures de la façade postérieure

Nubie. Grand Temple d'Isis, à Philœ, inscription démotique.

Nubie. Grand Temple d'Isis, à Philœ, dromos et pylones.

Haute Égypte. Grand Temple de Denderah, façade postérieure.

Le Kaire. Vue générale

Haute Égypte. Vue générale d'Esneh.

Thèbes. Médinet Habou, peristyle du palais de Ramsès Méiamoun.

Thèbes. Palais de Karnak, vue générale des ruines, prise au nord

Nubie. Ibsamboul, les deux spéos.

Égypte Moyenne. Pyramide de Chéphren.

Thèbes. Palais de Karnak, entrée méridionale de la salle hypostyle.

Thèbes. Palais de Karnak, salle hypostyle prise au nord

Nubie. Hémi-Spéos de Séboua, dromos.

Thèbes. Palais de Karnak, les obélisques.

Nubie. Kalabscheh, Porte du Pronaos.

Nubie. Hémi-Spéos de Séboua, pylones.

Nubie. Temple de Dakkeh, vue générale.

Syrie. Temple de Jupiter, a Baalbeck, façade occidentale.

Égypte Moyenne. Pyramide de Chéops.

Nubie. Ibsamboul, vue générale du spéos de phrè.

Thèbes. Palais de Karnak, sculptures extérieures du sanctuaire de granit.

Nubie. Ibsamboul, colosse médial du spéos de phrè.

Haute Égypte. Grand Temple de Denderah, sculptures de la façade postérieure

Nubie. Grand Temple d'Isis, à Philœ, Tôth Ibiocéphale.

Haute Égypte. Grand Temple de Denderah, hypètre construit sur la terrasse.

Thèbes. Medinet-Habou, plan général des ruines.

Nubie. Ibsamboul, partie septentrionale du spéos de d'Hathor.

Nubie. Kalabscheh, Isis et Horus-Arsiési.

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