Judaea (81 Subjects)
The Adoration of the Magi.
Village of Turks in Palestine. The village and house of Abraham.
The martyrdom of Saint Stephen. The holy tomb of the Virgin in Jerusalem.
The Garden of Gethsemane.
The garden of Gethsemane.
The valley of Josaphat. The tombs of Absalom and Prophet Isaiah. The site of Siloam.
The martyrdom of prophet Isaiah.
Bethany and the Raising of Lazarus. Mount "Sarantarion" on the Judeaen Desert where Jesus fasted for forty days.
The monastery of Saint Euthymius in the desert of Jordan.
The Mount of Olives in Jerusalem: The grave of Saint Pelagia. The site of Christ's Ascension, on which "the trace of his immaculate foot on the spot he stepped on as he was ascended to Heaven can to be seen until today".
The Baptism of Christ. The monastery of Saint John the Baptist on river Jordan.
The monastery of abbot Gerasimos.
The church of Saint George in Lydda (Lod).
The church of Saint George in Ramla. Jaffa.
Emmaus. Cave of Baruch.
View of Jerusalem from the catholic monastery on Mount of Olives.
The road from Jerusalem to Bethlehem.
Monastery of St. George of Koziba In Wadi Kelt, Judean Desert.
Village surrounded by cultivated fileds in eastern Judea.
Wilderness in western Judea.
Holy Sepulchre as it existed prior to its reparation A.D. 1555.
A new plan of Jerusalem in which some attempt is made to reconcile historical documents with existing phaenomena adapted by the author to his own personal observations on the spot.
Entrance to the supposed sepulchre of the Messiah.
Arab exhibiting the feats of a goat.
Bethlehem to the N.E. with the monastery containing the cave of Nativity to the left.
View of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem.
Arab inhabitants of Jerusalem.
Jewish inhabitants of Jerusalem.
Greek Orthodox inhabitants of Jerusalem. An Orthodox priest.
Ethiopian man and priest at Jerusalem.