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gus at Khurbet Shemâ with plans... (246—7); Kulat Safed (249);

); plan of arch of vault at el - Kulah or Kulat Safed (249); capital of column and architrave with greek inscription at Mârûn er-Râs (251); synagogue at Meirôn (252); Meirôn, sketch and plan of synagogue, mouldings and diagram of doorway, plan of tomb of Rabbi Hillel, plan of another tomb ... (252—4); Sufsûf (257); plan of church of Yârûn (258—9); Athlith (293), from the south-west (293), from the south-east (294), principal buildings (295); tomb near Athlith, plan and level of the bottom of the shaft (300); reservoir of spring called Ain Umm el-Fârûdj (302); rock-cut tombs at burj Haifa (304–7); plan of Khurbet Dustrey (309); stables at Khurbet Dustrey (310); rock-hewn cistern at Khurbet el-Keniseh (314); plan of irregularshaped tomb, with isolated sarcographus at Khurbet Mithilia (316); plan of the ruins at Khurbet Semmâka (318—20); sketch and plan of curious monument at Kusr ez-Zîr (322—4); sketch and plan of cavern at mugharet al-Jehennum (325—6); skulptured heads at enNâsirah (328); plan of ruin at Rushmia (329-30); Seffûrieh, plan and section of tombs, plan of reservoir, plan and moulding of pedestal, sketches of interior of reservoir, plan of church of S. Anne, plan of castle, sketches of window, sarcophagus, sketch of south door with enlargements of mouldings (330—7); castle of Seffârieh (335); Shefa 'Amr (340—2); Sheik Abreik (345-50); plan and section of rock-cut granaries at Yafa (354); plan of building called el-Mudbaghah and moulding of pilaster cap and arch profile at el-Bʻaîneh (381); Mount Tabor (388); plan of the position of the Khân and fortress, Khân et-Tujjar or Suk el-Khân (395); Irbid, ruins of synagogue (398); Khurbet Irbid (397—9); moulding of door-post and sketches of niches at Khurbet Kerâzeh (400—1); Khurbet umm el'Amed (406—8); sketches of carved block of blue limestone from wall above lower doorway at Kulat Ibn Mʻan (410); plan of Hermitage of el-Mathûmeh above Iksal (411-2); Tell Hûm (415–6). 87. The Survey of Western Palestine edd. Conder and Kitchener with additions by Palmer and Walter Besant, London 1882, Memoir II (Samaria: sheet VII-XVI), 445 pp., 4°. Darin Abbildungen: Ruins .at Mezraa (Frontispiece); Birket ‘Ain Umm el-Fahmeh (7); el-Burj (7); Tantûrah, tomb near (10); Kaisarieh, Roman and mediaeval ruins (15), mediaeval ruins (17), façade of Temple (18), aqueducts (19), shaft in Sea wall (22), the cathedral (27); Khurbet Heiderah (30); Khurbet Ibreiktâs (31); Khurbet Mansur el--Akab (32); tâhûnet Abû Nûr (34); tomb on Tell Bârak (34); Fureidîs, tombs near (52); Ijzim (53); Khurbet Abû Amir (53); Abû Amir (56); Khurbet Beidûs (57); Khurbet el-Farrîyeh, tomb at (59); Khurbet Kîreh (61); Khurbet esh-Shîh (62); el-Lejjûn (65); Mâmâs, Roman theatre at (67); Kell- Keimûn 69, 70); Beisân; plan (105), hippodrome (106), acropolis and ruins (107), theatre (107), the fortress (108), Mughâret et-tell (109), tombs (110), mughâret Abû Yaghi (111–2), jisr el-maktûsa (112), sculptured stab and capital (113); Deir Ghazaleh (115); Kaukab el-Hawa (117); Khân el-Ahmar (120); Khurbet Mâlûf (123); Arsûf (137); Mughâr esh-Sherîf (141); Kuryet Jît, guest house (163); ‘Azzûn (171); Bîr Yâkûb (172, 173, 175, 177); Deir Serûr (180—3), tombs at D. (184); Ebal and Garizim (186); Samaritan place of worship (188); Kulunsaweh (200); el-Mejdel (202); Nâblus, gateway of Mosque (203); Samaritan inscription (204); view of old silver casket containing samaritan pentateuch (206); Sebustieh, plan of (211), colonnade (211), church of S. John (212), mason's marks (213), details of church (214); group of Samaritans (218); burj el-Mâleh (235); Khurbet Jebrîsh (238); Khurbet Kefr Beita (239); Khurbet Umm el-ikba (241); Khurbet Yerzeh (242); Râba (243-4); Teiâsîr (245); el-'Aneiziyeh (264); Kul at Râs el-Ain (266); Ludd, church of S. George, plan of church (267); er-Ramleh (269), details of church (270), mosque (271, 273); el-Azeir (304); el-Azeirah (304); Beitîn, circle of stones near (305); burj Bardawîl (306); burj Beitîn (307); Deir ‘Arâby (311-2); Deir ed-Derb (313-4); Deir Kulah (315—9); Deir Bimân (320); el-Habs (321-2); el-Khudr (325); Khurbet el-Bureij (330); Khurbet elFakhâkhîr (334); Khurbet Kurkush (338—40); Khurbet Midieh, plan (341); Khurbet el-Mukâtir (353); Mokâť a ‘Abûd (361-4); Seilûn, plan, section of stone, jâmi'a el-arbâîn (368—9); Tibneh, plan of (375), tomb, reck-hewn tomb (375–6); Kurn Surtubeh (381, 387); Kurawa el-Mas'ûdi, lettres on tomb at (396); Jezer (429, 439). 88. Reports: Heshbon and its cromlechs (PF. 1882, 7-15). 89. Reports: Bamath Baal and Baal Peor, on some Arab Folk lore tales, Ammon and Arak el-Emir (ibid. 69-112; cf. Annales de la phil. chrétienne 1882, VI, 428-51). 90. Report on the visit of the Princes Albert Victor and George of Wales to the Hebron Haram on 5 April 1882 (PF. 1882, 197—213). 91. Tour of the Princes A. Victor and George of Wales in Palestine (ibid. 214–34). 92. Heth and Moab. Explorations in Syria in 1881 and 1882, London, Bentley, 1883, 8° u. 1888, 8° (cf. PF. 1884, 15—8). 93. The Survey of Western Palestine edd. C. C. and H. H. Kitchener, Memoir III, (Judaea: sheet XVII–XXVII), London 1883, 450 pp., 4°; darin Abbildungen: Bethany (28), Amwâs, plan of ruined church, pavement, capitals with inscription, mason's marks, tomb of a Santon, HebrewSamaritan and greek inscriptions, subterranean vault (63—71); Anâta, plan (82); Beit-Lahm, plan of Constantine's Basilica, graffiti representing crests of knights with mottoes (84—5); Bir Beit Bassa, plans and sections of loculi (87); Bîreh, plan of ruined church, capitals of pillars and mason's mark (88—9); pools of Solomon, lower pool (89); Deir et-Tâhûneh, sketches of lintel stones (92), el-Habs, sketch of latin stone altar (93); el-Jîb, view of the city, plan of tomb, with elevations of walls (95—8); el-Kabû, plan of ruined church (100), Kabûr el-Benî Israîm, sketches and sections of rude stone monuments (101); Khurbet 'Adaseh, plans and sections of tombs and underground aqueduct (105); Khurbet ‘Ain el-Kenîseh, plan of ruined capel (106); Khurbet Beit Skâria, sketches of pillar capitals (108); Khurbet el-Beitûni, plan of cave (109); Khurbet el-Burj, plan of tower (110); Khurbet Ikbâla, plan of ruined convent, mason's marks (115); Khurbet el-Mahmeh, sections of masonry (119); Khurbet Medbes, plan of great cave (120); Khurbet el-Murussus, plan of ruined monastery (122); Khurbet Sammûnieh, plan of hilltop, with cisterns and well (124); Rachel's tomb near Bethlehem (129); elKhureibeh, plan of ruined crusading church, mason's mark (131); Kuľat el-Ghuleh, sketch of block or rock (131); ruined church, Kuryet el-Enab (132); Kuryet el-Enab, plan of ruined church of S. Jeremiah, mason's marks (132—3); Kuryet Saîdeh, sketch of lintel stone with inscription (134); mughåret bîr el-Hasuta, plan of entrance shaft, mason's marks (137); mughâret el-Jai, plan of cave (138); mughåret umm el-Tûeimîn, sketches of exterior and interior and plan (146—8); Neby-Samvîl, plan of church with mason's marks, sketch of the tomb of Samuel, plan of modern village, sketch of Naby Samvîl (145—52); Neby Turfini, sketch of door of limestone, with lion's and bull's heads (153); er-Râm, sketch of lintel stone (155); Tell el-Fül, plan of monument (159); Telîlia, plan of cam inclosure (160); ravine of Wady Kelt (167); ‘Ain Feshkah, Dead Sea (171); Deir el - Kelt, plan of ruined monastery, sketch of door with inscription in arabic and greek (192—6); Jebel Kuruntul, plans of chapels (201); Khân Hathrũrah, plan (208); Kusr Hajlah, plan of Main chapel (214); Kusr el-Yehûd, plan of chapel (217); aqueducts near Jericho (222); aqueducts across Wady en-Nueimeh (225); Wady Kelt, plan of aqueducts (228); Askalân (237); Gaza, interior of church of St. John (240); West door of the church of St. John, Gaza (242); Deir el-Belah, sketches of stones with crosses and inscriptions (248); Ghuzzeh, plan (249); Sheikh Rashed, inscription on tomb (253); Tell el-Ajjûl, sketch of great statue (254); Arâk el-Kheil, plan of caverns and sketches of bas-reliefs (265); Beit-Jibrîn, inscription in great cave, bas-relief on wall of cave, plan of fortifications, north of village, mason's marks (267—71); details of arcade at Beit-Jibrîn (270); el-Kenîseh, plan of church of Sandahannah (276); Keratîya, plans of Kulat el-Fenish (277); esSûk, plans of excavation, sketch of interior (277); Tell Sandahannah, plan of caverns (291); Beit ‘Allwa, plan and section of font (321); Ramet el-Khulîl, Abraham's house near Hebron (322); Beit el-Khulîl, plans of remains (322); Deir el-Arba'în, plan showing tombs of Jesse and Ruth (327); Jebel Fureidîs, plan of hill-top (330); el-Haram (Hebron), plan with section and cornice (334–6); south-east angle and entrance to Haram, Hebron (336); plan of the vicinity of Hebron (352); Khurbet el-Jôf, sketch of cornice (355); Khurbet Khoreisa, plan of ruin and sketch of lintel stone with inscription (356); Wady Khureitun (357); Adullam, showing the caves (361); Khurbet Tekữa, plan of font with sketches of designs on side, plan of rockcut stable (368—9); Khurbet umm el-Amed, plans of ruined convent (370); el-Kurmul, plan of the castle (373); Kusr Islaiyîn, plan of remains (374); mughåret Mʻasa, plan of cave (375); el-Muntâr, plan (377); es-Sîmia, plan of rock-cut tomb with sketch of porch (378); Ain Jidy, Engedi (385); 'Anab, plan (393); edh-Dhaherîyeh, view of the village and plan of the tower (407); Khurbet Zânûta, sketch of wall (410); es-Semûa, plan of building, sketch of pillars and details of pilaster (413); Sûsieh, plan of the ruin, lintels, cornices and mouldings (414-5); Masada, general plan (417); Tyre, plan of esSûr (424); Masada, scale (419); Masada from the north west (420). 94. The Holy Sepulchre (PF. 1883, 69–78; französisch in: Annales de la phil. chrétienne 1883, VII, 243—54). 95. Cades on Orontes (ibid. 100-2). 96. Curious names in Galilee (ibid. 125 - 30). 97. Mason work in Palestine (ibid. 130—3). 98. The north border of Zebulon (ibid. 134—8). 99. Notes (ibid. 138). 100. The fortress of Canaan (ibid. 175–6). 101. Notes on Bethany, Bethsaida, Arabe tribe marks, Aphek, Hazor Diblathaim, Ramoth Lehi, Judah on Jordan, Saul's journey (ibid. 177—84). 102. City of David (ibid. . 194). 103. The Belka Arabs (Blackwood Magaz. 1883, CXXXIV, 171–89). 104. The Survey of Western Palestine. Jerusalem by Charles Warren and C. Conder, London 1884, VII, 542 pp., 4°. 105. Hittite geography (PF. 1884, 18—9). 106. Jerusalem of the kings (ibid. 20—9). 107. Ancient Palestine and modern explorations (Contemp. Review 1884, Dec., XLVI, 856-69; cf. Living Age 1885, 17 jun., CL XLVI, 131 ff.). 108. Sin and Sad (PF. 1885, 18). 109. Districts in Palestine (ibid. 18-9). 110. Lots wife (ibid. 20). 111. En Rogel (ibid. 20). 112. Ain Tabaghah (ibid. 20-1). 113. Kadesh Barnea (ibid. 21–5, 228-9). 114. Golgatha (ibid. 79—81). 115. A primer of Bible Geography, founded on the latest explorations, London, Sunday School Union (c. 1885), 182 pp., 8o. 116. Syrian stone lore or the monumental history of Palestine, London, Bentley, 1886, 480 pp., 8° (PF. 1886, 164–5; Athenaeum 1887, 27 Febr., Edinburgh Review 1887, April). 117. Notes on Palestine (PF. 1886, 15-9, 165-8; cf. 1887, 103-6). 118. Notes of , Across the Jordan“ (ibid. 83–7). 119. Reply to prof. Socin (ibid. 137–42). 120. Lydda and Antichrist (ibid. 1887, 148-9). 121. Notes (PF. 1888, 39-41). 122. The Marash Lion (ibid. 41-2). 123. Pool of Bethesda (ibid. 131–4). 124. Notes on Calvary (ibid. 165). 125. The Crocodiles in the Nahr ez-zerka (ibid. 166). 126. Nebi Dhahy (ibid. 166). 127. Kirjath Jearim (ibid. 259). 128. The Survey of Eastern Palestine, London 1889, XI, 304 pp., 4o, I, darin: ‘Ammân, Pläne u. Ansichten. 129. Palestine, London, Philip & Son, 1889, VIII, 270 pp., 8°, mit vielen Karten von Palästina. 130. Notes: Majarkon, Tarku, Asia minor words, king Orsy's stone, Essebu, Jerash texts, the Tell Amarna tablets, recent notes on the Hittites (PF. 1889, 24-32). 131. Notes on the Hittites (ibid. 82-90). 132. Notes: Palestine Peasant language, Phoenician notes, Hittite monuments, the South wall of Jerusalem, Notes of Nomenclature, the speech of Lycaonie, was there a word Ko? (ibid. 133—49). 133. Norman Palestine (ibid. 195–201). 134. The Norman fives in Palestine (ibid. 201-2). 135. Note on the Holy Sepulchre (ibid. 204–5). 136. Norman Palestine (PF. 1890, 29-37). 137. The old wall outside Jerusalem (ibid. 39). 138. Bezetha (ibid. 122–3).

139. The Esau's head (ibid. 123–4). 140. Pella (ibid. 182). 141. The 3242 roebuck in Palestine (PF. 1890, 193–4).

1873. Alois Abougit: 1. Etudes de la Syrie (Miss. cath. IV, No. 221). 2. Damas (ibid. No. 222--31; 1874, VI, No. 250—4, 262—73). 3. Beyrouth (ibid. 1875, VII, No. 335–8). 4. Notes

sur la Terre Sainte surtout sur Jérusalem (ibid. 1876, VIII, No. 3243 357, 359, 361, 362, 387).

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