Holy Land (380 Subjects)
Medals of Ace and Sidon.
Bay of Acre and the coast of Syria.
Saint John d'Acre.
Grotto at Nazareth said to have been the House of Joseph and Mary.
Byzantine icon found among the ruins of Sepphoris or Diocaesarea (today Tzippori).
Nazareth, in the approach from Sephoury.
Lake Tiberias and oyster of type Buccinum Galileum.
Lake of Gennesareth, or Sea of Galilee, with the town of Tiberias and the Baths of Emmaus; taken from the western side, looking towards the Country of the Gadarenes.
Mount Thabor, as seen from the Plain of Esdraelon.
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A new plan of Jerusalem in which some attempt is made to reconcile historical documents with existing phaenomena adapted by the author to his own personal observations on the spot.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.
General outline of the author's route.
Pilgrims arriving in Ramla, Israel.
View of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
View of Jerusalem.
Α. Tomb of Zechariah. Β. Tomb of Absalom.
Certificate given to Salomon Schweigger by the abbot of the Franciscan monks in Jerusalem.
King Italus and Roman goddess Carmenta, here referred to as daughter of Evander. Genealogy of Christ: Salmon, Rahab etc.) View of Tiberias. Hera. Genealogy of the kings of Italy: Janus, Cronus, Picus and Faunus.
View of Tiberias.
Kings of Babylon: Mordecai, Nebuchadnezzar. Xerxes. View of Constantinople. Nebuchadnezzar conquers Jerusalem.
Nebuchadnezzar conquers Jerusalem.
Nebuchadnezzar destroys Jerusalem.
View of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem.
Arab inhabitants of Jerusalem.