Galilee (35 Subjects)
Remains of Gothic church in Acre.
View of Acre with mention to the church of Saint George. Nazareth - The Annunciation.
The Sea of Galilee, Jordan river and the Dead Sea. Mount Tabor.
Mount Kyriakon. The church of Saint John the Baptist in Sivas. Cana of Galilee.
Cave of the School of the Prophets.
Lake of Tiberias, or Sea of Galilee.
Church built on the site where, according to tradition, the miracle of Cana took place.
The mountain where, according to tradition, the Sermon on the Mount took place.
The remains of Tiberias on the shores of the Sea of Galilee.
Cave used as a church, under the remains of the monastery of Mount Tabor.
Remains of monastery on Mount Tabor.
Arab peasant from Nazareth.
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.
View of Nablus. Thelocation where the river Jordan flows out from the Sea of Galilee. View of Arab village Beitin, probably the site of biblical Bethel.
View of Mount Thabor. The coasts of the Sea of Galilee. Mounts Ebal and Gerizim in Nablus valley. The village of Nain in Galilee, where according to the Bible Jesus resurrected the young man, son of a widow.
View of Nazareth.
Church built on the site where Virgin Mary was frightened upon seeing the inhabitants of Nazareth pursuing Jesus. According to the tradition transmitted by the author, the rock miraculously split in two, so that the Virgin could hide inside. According to the author the church was used by Nubian Christians.
View of Nazareth. In the foreground, the cave where the house of Virgin Mary was, and where the Annunciation to the Virgin took place (today, catholic Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth). According to the tradition related by the author, Virgin Mary became frightened upon seeing Archangel Gabriel before her and hid behind the column depicted in the illustration.
Fountain of archangel Gabriel in Nazareth, today site of the Orthodox hurch of the Annunciation in Nazareth. According to a certain tradition, Virgin Mary had gone to the well for water when archangel Gabriel appeared before her. Upon seeing Gabriel, the Virgin let the pail she was carrying fall and ran frightened back to her house. According to the author, at the time of his pilgrimage the church was used by Indian Christians (Alaphis), it is however possible that he is referring to Nestorian Christians.
Fortress in the city of Kafr-Kanna in Galilee, usually identified with biblical Cana. The building is considered to be the place of the biblical wedding in Cana. In the centre, the well from which Jesus Christ drew water from, to subsequently transform it into wine.
View of settlement, possibly Capernaum in Galilee. Site where Jesus Christ fed the multitude.
View of Tiberias in Galilee, which, according to a certain tradition, Jesus Christ visited often as a child.