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Jerusalem 484-508; cf. Athenaeum 12 Febr. 1870, No. 2207). 11. The summit of Hermon (PF. 1870, 210—5; Jerusalem 530—3). 12. The comparative holiness of mounts Zion and Moriah (PF. 1870, 76—88). 13. The plain of Philistia (PF. 1871, 82-96 (cf. 162–4: Approximative latitudes, longitudes and altitudes above mean sea level of points in the plain of Philistia]; Jerusalem 436–47). 14. Site of Pisgah (Athenaeum 8 Mai 1875, No. 2480). 15. Note on the souterrains in the Holy Sanctuary Jerusalem (PF. 1875, 96—7). 16. The Temple of Herod (ibid. 97—101; cf. PF. 1870, 23–6). 17. The Tomb of David (ibid. 102—3). 18. Philistia (ibid. 180—1). 19. Aven Hashscheteyah (ibid. 182—3). 20. Underground Jerusalem; an account of some of the principal difficulties encountered on its exploration and the results obtained with a narrative of an exploration through the Jordan valley and its visit to the Samaritans, London, Bentley, 1876, XX, 560 pp., 8° (russische Fragmente in: Familienabende 1877, No. 2); mit: Jewish Wailing Place (Frontispiece), sketch of Jerusalem in the time of Vespasian, the Temple of Herod, Haram Area, Robinson's arch, shaft, S. E. angle, incised characters, stone C of seconde course of Eastern wall, plan of Jordan valley, pottery trademark, plan of Gerizim, Samaritans at prayer, ford over the Jordan, camp, voussoir of fallen arch, seal of Haggai, rock-cut passage above Virgin's fountain, lamp, Ashkhenazim, Wilson's arch, capital of pilaster, old gate, eastern end of Vault C, base of column, gallery at S. E. angle of Sanctuary, incised caracters, painted caracters, ancient marks on handles of vases, gallery at golden gate, newly discovered passage in the old wall of Haram Area. 21. Eastern Palestine (PF. 1880, 171—2). 22. Limits of error in latitudes and longitudes of places obtained during the reconnaissances made in Palestine (ibid. 243–6). 23. The Temple or the Tomb giving further evidence in favour of the authenticity of the present site of the Holy Sepulchre, London, Bentley, 1880, 227 pp., 8°; mit Plan von Jerusalem 1876, zur Zeit d. Herodes u. Vespasian. 24. The site of the Temples of the Jews (Transactions of the Soc. of biblic. archaeol. 1882, VII, 2). 25. Survey of Western Palestine, Jerusalem, London 1884, mit Conder edirt, 542 pp., 4o. Darin: Cufic inscription round arcade of dome of the rock (38); block plan of Herod's temple (99); plan of the noble Sanctuary (117); shaft through concrete at birket Israil (124); conduit of the birket Israil (125); gallery on east wall of sanctuary (143); characters on the stones of the south east angle (151—2); gallery at south east corner of sanctuary (153); earthenware jar found at south east angle (154); jar-handles found at south-east angle (156); shaft at south-east angle (157); Robinson's arch (177); voussoir of fallen arch (181); base of column (182); lamp (182); Wilson's arch (196); capital in ancient hall (201); postern of ancient city wall (205); chamber above the aqueduct (214); plan of gate and passage in the east wall of the Haram, with elevation and sections (238); bases and capitals at the dome of the rock (246-7); view of the dome of the rock (248); interior of the dome of the rock (249); mason's marks on the platform pavement (250); crosierlike mark on voussoir (255); mason's marks collected in the Muristan (256); aqueduct to the twin pools (264); plan of kulat Jâlûd (265); plan of Tyropoeon valley (286); sections of ditto (286); plan and sections of ancient tombes north east of Jerusalem (2989); plan of rock-cut chambers near Ecce Homo church (304); section showing surface of Via Dolorosa and surface of natural rock (305); capital in the kubbet esSakhra (310); arches at the kubbet es-Sakhra (313); elevation and section of arches (314); plans and sections of Holy Sepulchre (321 -9); the stone of Bethphage (332-7); plan of Bethphage chapel (338); environs of Jerusalem 1882 (344); the Siloam inscription (346); alphabet of the Siloam inscription (348); plan of Siloam aqueduct (354); section of ditto showing probable rock surface (356); central portion, Siloam aqueduct, enlarged (359); rock-cut passage above Virgin's fount (369); plan and section of tomb of Simon the Just (378); plan of the monastery of the Cross (379); view of el-Heidhemiyeh (381); plan of rock, west of last (382); Jerusalem in 1187 a. D. (383); supposed tomb of Eudoxia (385); mason's mark from the Asnerie (386); plan of newly discovered church outside the Damascus gate (387); medieval fresco in same (389); enlarged figure from the fresco (390); plan of Asnerie district (390); inscription at newly discovered church (392); rock scarp of modern Zion (394); armenian inscriptions (401); mason's marke, Virgin's tomb (402); hebrew and greek inscription (403); head of Hadrian, found near the tombs of the kings (406); hebrew inscription, Beni Hazir tomb (414); supposed phoenician letter (416); greek inscriptions in Wâdy Rabâbeh (417—8); square hebrew inscription (422); greek inscriptions (424—6); latin inscription (428); Jeremiah's grotto from the south-east (430); plan of ancient tomb, possible sepulchre of Christ (433); tomb, west of Jeremiah's grotto (437); temple of Hibbariyeh (492); temple of Thelthatha (495); pottery found in the excavations (534-41). 26. Notes on Arabia Petraea and the country lying between Egypt and Palestine (PF. 1887, 38—46).

27. Phoenicia. The land and the People (The Scottish Geogr. Magaz. 2973 1887, Jan.). Cf. Ch. Wilson.

1868. Henry Mills Alden: Cradle Lands. Review of an account of them by Lady Herbert (Harper's Monthly, 1868, XXXVI, 2974 701–18).

1868. Eugène Arnaud: 1. La Palestine ancienne et moderne, ou géographie historique et physique de la Terre Sainte, Strasbourg - Paris, Berger Levrault et Vict. Guérin, 1868, XXIV, 600 pp., 8°; cf. Petermann, Mitth. 1869, 79. Mit Karte von Pa

lästina, Jerusalem u. Umgebung. 2. La Mer Morte ou Lac asphaltite, 2975 Nîmes, Clavel-Ballivet, 1870, 47 pp. 8°.

1868. F. Audry: Le dernier pèlerinage en Terre Sainte 2976 (Correspondant 10 avril 1868). S.

1868. Ch. Ballart: Rapport sur la caravane des vacances 2977 de 1868 (Bullet. de l'oeuvre d. pèlerin. VII, 298–322).

1868. Raphael Bernoville: Dix jours en Palmyrène, Paris, Durand, 1868, 8°; cf. Bullet. de l'oeuvre d. pèlerinages VIII, 2978 53–68.

1868. Neh. Brüll: Notizen zur Geographie Palaestinas (Monatsschrift für Gesch. u. Wissensch. d. Judenthums 1868, XVII, 336-44, 373—9); Ergänzungen u. Berichtigungen zu Zunz, Geogr.

Lit. giebt d. Verfasser auch in seinen Jahrbb. für jüd. Gesch. u. 2979 Literatur, Frankfurt a. M. 1879, IV, 95 ff.

1868. Henry Sweetser Burrage: Ordnance-Survey of 2980 Jerusalem (Baptist Quarterly 1868, II, 156–61).

1868. Nathaniel Clark Burt: 1. The Far East. Letters from Egypt, Palestine and other lands of the Orient. Illustrations and maps, New York, Appleton; Cincinnati 1868, 396 pp. || 1869,

396 pp., 8°. 2. The Land and its Story or the sacred historical 2981 geography of Palestine, New York 1869, 382 pp., 8o.

1868. Franz Delitzsch: 1. Handwerksleben zur Zeit Jesu, Erlangen 1868; englisch von Selah Merrill unter d. Titel: June Day in Jerusalem (Bibl. sacra 1874, XXXI, 528—44). 2. Ein Tag in Capernaum, Leipzig 1871, VIII, 160 pp., 8° || 2 Edit. ibid. 1873, 80 ||

3 Edit. ibid. 1886, 8o. 3. Das Land Uz (Zeitschrift für Keil2982 schriftenforsch. 1885, II, 87-98).

1868. Johann Dolder: Pilgerreise nach dem heil. Lande,

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Luzern, Gebr. Räber, 1868, V, 285 pp., 8°; cf. Theol. Literaturbl. 1869, No. 3.

1868. G. Jackson Eldbridge: Metereological observations. Results of observations taken at the village of Olieh, Mount Lebanon, during the summer of 1868 (PF. 1870, 45).

1868. Charles Elliot: Remarkable characters and places of the Holy Land, New York 1868, 640 pp., 8° || Hartford Conn. 1869, 8°

1868. W. F. Everett: 1. Holy week in Jerusalem (Cathol. World 1868, VII, 77 ff.). 2. Nazareth (ibid. 1870, XI, 653 ff.).

1868. James Finn: 1. Bayways in Palestine, London, Nisbet, 1868, 20. 2. Stirring times or records from Jerusalem, consular chronicles of 1853 to 6. Edited and compiled by his widow with a preface by the viscountess Strangford, London, K. Paul, 1878, 2 voll., I, XXXII, 490; II, XII, 485 pp., 89, darin: colorirte Ansicht d. heil. Grabeskirche, Pläne v. Palästina, Umgebung v. Jerusalem, Ansicht d. englischen Kirche u. d. Consulats bei dem Davidsthurme. Cf. oben Mr. Finn.

1868. A. S. Fischer: Palaestina. Nach seinen natürlichen und geschichtlichen Verhältnissen geschildert für Schule und Haus, Wien, Herzfeld u. Bauer, 1868, XI, 250 pp., 8o.

1868. Jean Xavier Gagarin: Le Saint Sépulcre et la topographie de Jérusalem (Revue d. russisch. hist. Gesellschaft 1868, IV Serie, I, 692—721; cf. Aug. de Backer s. v.).

1868. P. Gottis: Récits d'un pèlerin après son retour de la Terre Sainte en l'année 1868 par l'abbé P. G., Béziers, Bertrand, 2 voll., 8o.

1868. Jean de Ham, Soc. Jesu: 1. Lettres de Syrie (L'ami de religion, Arnheim) 1868. 2. Nachforschungen in der Niederung d. Stammes Juda (D. heil. Land 1869, XIII, 129-42; 1871, XV, 112 -9; 1872, XVI, 73–7, 183–7; 1873, XVII, 104—6, 169—72; 1874, XVIII, 42—6; Fortsetzung der gleichnamigen Artikel Bourquenouds, ibid.). 3. Die Stätte, wo d. Pontificat des Petrus seinen Ursprung nahm (ibid. 1872, XVI, 105–16, 143—7, 169—78; 1873, XVII, 100—4; 1874, XVIII, 9—15, 42—6; 1876, XX, 65—9). 4. Studien über d. alte Sanctuarium Cavesus zu Deir el-Kalah u. seine Beziehung zu Beirut (ibid. 1874, XVIII, 163–8; 1875, XIX, 27—34; cf. 1876, XX, 78–80).

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1868. Bened. Hause: Palaestina. Kurzgefasste Beschreibung Palaestinas (nach der Stammeseintheilung) für Freunde des

heil. Landes und für israel. Schulen, Cassel, Messner in Commission, 2992 1868, VIII, 72 pp., 8°.

1868. Henning: Abriss der Geographie von Palaestina, 2993 Progr. d. Gymn. v. Graudenz 1868, 4o. 1868.

Henry Lynes Hubbell: Palestine Explorations 2994 (Hours at Home 1868, IV, 225—31).

1868. Henry Harris Jessup: 1. The Cedar Groves in Mount Lebanon (Hours at Home 1868, IV, 404—14, 499–506). 2995 2. Syrian Home Life, New York 1874, 8o.

1868. Jeremiah Augustus Johnson: 1. Syrian Rambles: a. The fountains of Syria; b. From Beirut to Sidon; c. The Sources of the Jordan; d. The Lakes and Rivers of Palestine; e. A day on the other side of Jordan; f. Summer Life in the Lebanon; g. Ahmed Agha, the Janizary (Hours at Home 1868, VIII, 30149, 506—14; IX, 5-14, 131-41, 197—205, 293-303, 490_8). 2. The Bedouin Arabs (ibid. X, 228-40). 3. Oriental Weddings (ibid. XI, 26-34). 4. Education in Syria (ibid. 131-4, 244–51, 327-31). 5. On the Orontes (Harper, Monthly XLV, 385-99). 6. To Damascus by Diligence (Scribner, Monthly XIV, 137 ff.). 7. The Colonization of

Palestine (The Century II, 293–6; cf. Scribner, Monthly XXIV, 2996 243 ff.).

1868. Dominik Korioth: Geographie von Palästina, Freiburg i. Breisgau 1868, 68 pp., 80 || 2te, 3te, 4te Edit. ibid. 1874, 2997 1879, 1885, 8o.

1868. A. Lombard: 1. La terre de Baçan et les villes des Rephaims (Le Globe 1868, VII, 27-61, 109-25; 1870, IX, 3–45, 113—51; 1872, XI, 59-87; 1875, XIII, 25–44, 82-7). 2. La presqu'île du Sinai et le désert de Tih (ibid. 1873, XII, 107-13). 3. Identification présumée de l'autel Hed (ibid. 1875, XIV, 75--83).

4. Les pays d'Uz et le couvent de Job (ibid. 1877, XVI, 61 2998 — 141); cf. oben No. 2539, 13.

1868. A. de Macedo: Pèlerinage aux lieux saints suivi d'une excursion dans la Basse Egypte, en Syrie et à Constantinople

Bruxelles Paris, Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & Co., 1867, XV, 2999 495 pp., 8o (cf. Jahrbb. für Deutsche Theol. 1868, XIII, 740).

1868. (Edward Maitland:) The pilgrim and the shrine; or passages from the life and correspondence of Herbert Ainslie, 3000 London 1868, 3 voll., 8° (Halkett & Laing).

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