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Chapel of St. Saba

Wilderness of Engedi, near the Convent of St. Saba

Convent of St. Saba

Convent of Santa Saba

From St. Christopher to Eustatius with Saba Island. (U. S. Hydrographic Chart. No. 369.)

Vue prise audessus de Mar Saba

Entrance to the cave of St. Saba

Balconies to monks' cells, Mar Saba, and a peep into the convent garden

Convent of Mar Saba, from Brook Kedron, five hundred and ninety feet above the bottom of the ravine below

St. Saba's palm-tree

Dead Sea and Mountains of Moab, from Mar Saba

Kefar Saba. A straggling village consisting of houses built chiefly of sun-dried bricks, with extensive orchards to the west and south of it. It is fourteen miles from Jaffa, and is interesting in as much as it preserves the name of the ancient Caphar Saba.

Mar Saba, Valley of the Kedron

Neby ben Yamîn (Tomb of the prophet Benjamin). A Mohammaden shrine about half a mile to the east of Kefr Saba. A well of good water adjoins it. In the foreground a peasant is guiding a primitive plough and a yoke of oxen.

Sea Tiberius; General view of Ramleh; Mar Saba Convent; 440 Capharnaum; General view of Beyrout; 212 Nazareth (Palestine); Mount Tabor; 426 Fontaine de la vierge; Dervicherie convent, Damascus