Holy Land (380 Subjects)
Fortress in the location identified as Betulia by the author. Monastery of Saint John the Baptist, possibly at Qasr el Yahud.
The place where Prophet Eijah was born, The mountain where Jesus ate after ending his fast and where Satan tried to tempt him.
Church on the route from Damascus to Beirut, site of Noah's tomb according to tradition.
The tomb of Absalom at Cidro valley, Jerusalem. Muslims throw stones at the monument.
Prisoners condemned to hard labour, at the castle of Acre. Among them, the governor of a local village, who has been found guilty of embezzlement.
Maronite costumes from the Holy Land.
Plan of the Aedicule in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem. The first room of the Aedicule (chapel of the Angel's Stone), seen from the entrance to the Aedicule.
External view of the chapel of the Aedicule (Holy Sepulchre and chapel of the Angel's Stone). Section of the two champers of the Aedicule (Holy Sepulchre and chapel of the Angel's Stone).
Inscription from Acre. Crusader coats of arms.
Animals seen by the author during his journey to the Holy Land.
Panoramic view of Jerusalem.
Frontispiece: Map showing the author's itinerary. Scene from the author's journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem.
The Pools of Solomon at Bethlehem.
Mount Carmel with the Mount of the Prophets and Carmel monastery on its summit. On the left, the medieval city of St. John of Acre.
View of Mount Tabor. Mount Ebal and Mount Gerizim on the plain of Nablus. The village of Nain in Galilee, where, according to the Bible, Jesus Christ raised the widow's son from the dead.
Map of the Holy Land.
View of Jerusalem with the main sights and monuments of the city.
View of the mountains of Judaea, with the monastery of Saint John the Baptist, at the site where the Saint was born in Ein Karem village (A). The House of Elizabeth and Zechariah in Ein Karem village (C).