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Vue prise dans Ouadi Zackal. (Peninsule du Mont Sinaÿ).

Vue du somet du Sinaï.

Escalier sur le Mont Horeb (Sinaï); Palmier sauvage (Sinaï).

Vue du couvent de Sainte-Catherine, prise du nord (Mont Sinaï).

Couvent de St. Catherine ( Mont Sinaï).

Convent of St. Catherine Mount Sinai

Chapel of Elijah, Mount Sinai

The Convent of St. Catherine Mount Sinai

Ascent of the Lower Range of Sinai

Convent of St. Catherine, with Mount Horeb

Rock of Moses, Wady-El-Leja, Mount Horeb

Summit of Mount Sinai, Shewing the Christian and Mahometan Chapels

Chapel of the Convent of St. Catherine, on Mount Sinai

Convent of Saint Catherine, Mount Sinai

Approach to Mount Sinai

Ascent to the Summit of Sinai

Mount Horeb, Sinai

Summit of Gebel Moosa (the true Sinai)

The Convent of Sinai, at the foot of Mount Horeb

The foot of Mount Horeb and the Plain of the Assemblage of Convent Sinai

The summit of Gebel Moosà

Mount Horeb with the Plain of the Assemblage

The upper chambers of the convent. With the peaks of Jebel Mûsa in the background.

View from the north-eastern galleries. Showing the lofty chamber of the south corner, A monk at a lower window is striking a piece of suspended iron with a hammer, to call the fraternity to prayers in one of the numerous chapels.

Âs Sufsâfeh (Mount Sinai) and the plain of Râhah (Rest). Beyond the convent is seen Jebel Moneijâh. The summit of Jebel Músa is hidden behind the overwelming mass of Râs Sufsâfeh.

Wâdy T'lâh, Mount Sinai. This wâdy runs parallel with the plain Er Râhah. but flows in a contrary direction. It is marvellously beautiful and picturesque.

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