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Benevento Cathedral colonnade

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View of ruined basilica from a remaining colonnade of Benevento Cathedral, site of first Christian church in Benevento, dating to the 8th century.

Benabil

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House no. I, doorway of courtyard.

Capua Gate and destroyed bridge

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View of 13th century gate with two flanking towers and remnants of destroyed modern bridge from southeast, taken from across Volturno River.

Kirk Beza

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South wall of insula (Houses I and II).

13th Century pulpit in Fondi

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View of undamaged 13th century pulpit in Saint Peter Apostle in Fondi.

Banakfur

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Public building from southeast.

Maaishurin

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Temple, from northwest.

Tell Akibrin

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Large building of undetermined purpose, from south. Plain of Sermeda in background.

Tell Akibrin

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Large building with coupled windows, from south.

Deraman

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Private house.

Deraman

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Private house facing south, from south.

Deraman

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Private house.

Deraman

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Private house facing south, from south.

Der Tell Adeh

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Ruins of convent, from northeast.

Der Tell Adeh

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Pier of jambstone with Syriac inscription no. 17, found near convent.

Der Tell Adeh

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Fragment.

Burdj is-Seb

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Lintel with Syriac inscription no. 19 (858-59 AD).

Burdj is-Seb

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Tower with Greek inscription no. 1117 (572 AD).

Kfellusin

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Tower, from west.

Kfellusin

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Chapel, from west.

Altarpeice in Fondi

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View of an altarpeice in Saint Peter Apostle, Fondi.

Banakfur

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Vaulted cistern north of town.

Kfellusin

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Chapel, north wall from north.

Kfellusin

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House (473 and 486 AD).

Zerzita

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Church, ruins from southwest.

Zerzita

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Tower and porch, from southwest.

Zerzita

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Porch, from southwest.

Zerzita

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Portico of house (June, 539 AD), from south.

Zerzita

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Portico of house (September, 539 AD), from south.

Zerzita

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Portico of house.

Zerzita

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Portico of house showing two building periods.

Katura

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Face of natural rock ravine with carved funerary sculptures.

General view.

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View to West

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Double exposure of Saint Peter Apostle, Fondi

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Double exposure with interior of Saint Peter Apostle, Fondi and a detail of a pulpit.

Ishruk

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Church, south side with doorways and apse arch.

Katura

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Face of natural rock ravine with carved funerary sculptures, detail.

Katura

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Face of natural rock ravine with carved funerary sculptures, detail.

Katura

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Tomb of Aemilius Reginus with bicolumnar monument, dated 195 AD.

Katura

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Tomb of Titus Flavius Julianus with Greek and Latin inscription, no. 1127.

Katura

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Decorated lintel in south part of town, from east.

Sitt ir-Rum

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Tomb of Eisidotos (October, 152 AD), from north.

Sitt ir-Rum

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Chapel, from southeast.

Refadeh

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Tower, from southwest.

Refadeh

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House No. I, polygonal masonry.

Refadeh

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Portico of a house.

Refadeh

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House No. II, west face from southwest.

Refadeh

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House No. III (516 AD), south face from south.

Refadeh

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House No. IV, portico.

General view.

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View to West

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Confessional in Saint Peter Apostle, Fondi

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View of damaged confessional in Saint Peter Apostle, Fondi.

Nuriyeh

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Front wall of polygonal house.

Fidreh

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Church, ruins from southwest.

Fidreh

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Portico of house.

Fidreh

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Portico of house (531 AD).

Der Siman

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Great Pandocheion (east end of town), from northwest.

Der Siman

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Great Pandocheion (east end of town), from southeast.

Der Siman

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Tombs and tomb chapel, from southwest.

Der Siman

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North Church, from southeast.

Der Siman

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West Monastery, church, west facade from west.

Der Siman

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West Monastery, church, south wall from south.

Der Siman

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West Monastery, church, interior of apse from west.

Interior of Saint Mary, Fondi

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View of interior of Saint Mary's Church in Fondi with scaffolding, looking toward the apse and altar.

Nuriyeh

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Chapel, south portal and windows of north wall.

Der Siman

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West Monastery, campo santo (burial cloister), entrance from north.

Der Siman

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West Monastery, campo santo (burial cloister), interior from south.

Der Siman

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South Monastery, chapel, south wall from south.

Der Siman

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South Monastery, view from west.

Der Siman

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General view of ruins with triumphal arch at center, from northeast.

Der Siman

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Pandocheion (center of town), view with inscribed lintel at center. See #1043.2

Der Siman

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Pandocheion (center of town), lintel with Greek inscription no. 1154 (479 AD).

Der Siman

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Door lintel of a tavern with Greek inscription no. 1155 (479 AD).

Der Siman

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Door lintel of a tavern with Greek inscription no. 1155 (479 AD), detail.

Der Siman

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Door lintel with Greek inscription.

Der Siman

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South Monastery, west inn, Syriac graffiti inscriptions 39 and 40 with squeeze applied.

Der Siman

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Syriac graffiti inscription no. 28.

Surkanya

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Chapel, south wall from south.

Surkanya

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Chapel, interior of east end, from west.

Surkanya

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Ornamented lintel.

Surkanya

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Ornamented lintel.

Surkanya

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Chapel, panel of chancel, detail.

Surkanya

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House with porch bearing Greek inscription no. 1196.

Surkanya

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Ornamented lintel.

Surkanya

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Distant view of chapel, from east.

Surkanya

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Distant view of complete house amidst the ruins.

Bazihir

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Upper story of house with stone shutter and doorway with Greek inscription no. 1200.

Banastur

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General view.

Burdj Hedar

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Chapel, from southwest.

Burdj Hedar

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Chapel, interior of east end from west.

Burdj Hedar

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East Church, interior of east end from west.

Church interior, Fondi

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View of unidentified church interior in Fondi. Perhaps this is Santa Maria in Piazza?

Nuriyeh

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Church, exterior of apse from southeast.

View of walls.

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View to SE

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Burdj Hedar

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West Church, interior arcades from southwest.

Burdj Hedar

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House in northern part of town, south front from southwest.

Burdj Hedar

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Sarcophagus cover on rock-cut tomb.

Burdj Hedar

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Ornamented doorway.

Burdj Hedar

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Section of staircase cut from a single stone.

Burdj Hedar

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Doorway with vestibule, bearing Greek inscription no. 1167 (487 AD).

Kbeshin

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Monogram and picture of a person.

Kefr Nabo

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House with lintel bearing Greek inscription no. 1171 (308 AD). See #1054.3 for detail.

Kefr Nabo

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Inn, west end from southwest.

Kefr Nabo

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House (445 AD), west wall from west.

Kefr Nabo

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Chapel, south portal with ornamented and inscribed lintel. See #1054.2 for detail.

Kefr Nabo

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Chapel, lintel of south portal with ornamental disks and Syriac inscription no. 52.

Kefr Nabo

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Lintel with Greek inscription no. 1171, detail.

Kefr Nabo

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Oil Mill, left half of lintel with Greek inscription no. 1170.

Kefr Nabo

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Oil Mill, end view of lintel which bears Greek inscription no. 1170.

Kefr Nabo

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Oil Mill, cast of Greek inscription no. 1170.

Brad

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Ancient walls of quadrated and polygonal masonry.

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Convent southwest of town, from northeast.

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Monumental Tomb, from southwest.

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Public baths, from east.

Brad

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Cathedral, west facade from west.

Interior of church

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Damaged church interior with organ. This image was included with others of Fondi, but Pennoyer captions it differently in an album and on the back of a print. In the album it is described as: Itri - Campanile of Santa Maria. On the back of the print…

Maramaya

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Church, south side.

Brad

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Cathedral, interior of east end from west.

Brad

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North Church (561 AD), general view from southeast.

Brad

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Southwest Church, south wall from southwest.

Brad

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Group of buildings in polygonal masonry, from south. See #1065-8, detail of arch (r).

Brad

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Building in polygonal masonry (207-8 AD), from south. Inscr. 1175 on right doorway.

Brad

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House? (496 AD), from east. Gateway at left bears Greek inscription no. 1177.

Brad

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Convent southwest of town, tower.

Brad

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Monolithic objects with "hooded seats," possibly parts of a press.

Brad

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Monolithic objects, possibly parts of a press.

Brad

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Building in polygonal masonry (207-8 AD), from south. Inscr. 1175 on right doorway.

Brad

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Door lintel with Greek inscription no. 1175 (207-8 AD).

Brad

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North Church, western door of south side with Greek inscription no. 1180.

Brad

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North Church, lintel on south side of apse with Greek inscription no. 1178 (561 AD).

Brad

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Ornamented arch keystone with Greek inscription no. 1186. See #1063, general view.

Kefr Lab

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Chapel, from south.

Basufan

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Church of St. Phocas, column of apse, pier-cap, and arch of prothesis.

Basufan

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Church of St. Phocas, window in south wall and Syriac inscription no. 50.

Kalat Kalota

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Temple-church, from southwest.

Church interior, Fondi

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Negative shows unidentified church interior in Fondi. However, Pennoyer's own caption on a print of this image gives its location as Itri.

Maramaya

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House with seats in upper portico, from west

Kalat Kalota

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Temple-church, south wall from south.

Kalat Kalota

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Temple-church, interior of apse from southwest. View from atop Arabic wall.

Kalat Kalota

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Stone from a temple with Greek inscription no. 1193, re-built into wall of church.

Kalota

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Distant view of ruins, from hill of Kalat Kalota at west.

Kalota

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East Church (492 AD), west facade from southwest.

Kalota

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East Church, interior of east end from northwest.

Kalota

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East Church, south wall from south.

Kalota

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West Church, south wall from south.

Kalota

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House with unusual piers in upper story.

Kharab Shems

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Church, west facade from west.

Kharab Shems

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Church, from northwest.

Trees at Villa Aldobrandini

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Trees in front of a Villa Aldobrandini in Frascati.

Maramaya

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House with seats in upper portico, from east.

Kharab Shems

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Church, from northwest.

Kharab Shems

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Church, from northwest.

Kharab Shems

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Chapel, north side and apse, from northeast.

Kharab Shems

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Chapel, interior of apse.

Kharab Shems

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Chapel, detail of molding at spring of apse arch, south side.

Kharab Shems

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Ornamented door lintel of house.

Kharab Shems

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Ornamented doorway of house.

Burdjkeh

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Tower.

Burdjkeh

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Chapel, south side from south.

Burdjkeh

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Ornamented doorway of house in polygonal masonry.

Burdjkeh

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House and rock-cut chamber.

Burdjkeh

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House and rock-cut chamber.

Fafirtin

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Church, interior of apse from west.

Kefr Antin

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Front of house.

Batuta

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Church, south arcade of nave seen beyond the ruined exterior wall, from southwest.

Batuta

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Chapel, porch on south side, from southwest.

Batuta

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Colonnades of shops/residences.

Simkhar

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General view of ruins from west.

Simkhar

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Church, south arcade of nave from south.

Trees in font of Villa Aldobrandini

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Trees in front of a Villa Aldobrandini in Frascati.

Turlaha

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Church, interior of apse showing Saracenic arches.

Simkhar

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Church at left, chapel at right, from southwest.

Simkhar

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Chapel, west facade from west.

Shekh Sleman

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General view from south.

Shekh Sleman

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Church of St. Mary, west portico from west.

Shekh Sleman

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Church of St. Mary, west facade from northwest.

Shekh Sleman

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Church of St. Mary, interior of east end from northwest.

Shekh Sleman

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Church dated 602 AD, interior of east end from west.

Wall between rooms.

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View to North

Shekh Sleman

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Church dated 602 AD, south portico with Greek inscription no. 1211.

Mektebeh

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Syriac inscription no. 21, possibly a lintel, re-used in a wall.

Mektebeh

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Lintel with Syriac inscription no. 20, re-used as a door post in modern house.

Royal Archives of the State of Naples

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View of hall at the Royal Archives of the State of Naples located in the cloisters of the Church of Santi Severino e Sossio; a note on a print of this negative indicates that the empty shelves contained archives destroyed by the Nazis.

Kirk Beza

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Front wall of residences of insula. Enclosure for stairs and fragment of portico, right.

Garden at Villa Aldobrandini

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Trees and garden tower at Villa Aldobrandini.

Khirbit Hasan

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Church, south wall with two doorways (one in use), 507 AD.

Mektebeh

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Cast of Syriac inscription no. 19, from a lintel.

Tedif

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Synagog of Ezra, wall in forecourt. Several Hebrew inscriptions were found here.

Tell Nebi Is Weli

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Weli (shrine) on Tell Nebi Is. Kufic inscription frags. were recorded here by Littman.

il-Hifneh

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Stone with Safaitic inscription nos. 12-18.

il-Hifneh

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Stone with Safaitic inscription no. 23.

il-Hifneh

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Stone with Safaitic inscription nos. 24a-c.

il-Hifneh

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Stone with Safaitic inscription no. 37.

il-Hifneh

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Stone with Safaitic inscription nos. 48 and 49.

il-Hifneh

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Stone with Safaitic inscription no. 57.

il-Hifneh

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Stone with Safaitic inscription nos. 58-67.

Kfersun

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Court of a ruined house with olive trees growing beside the colonnade.

Khirbit Faris

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Wall of building, exterior showing carved moldings and niche.

Khirbit Faris

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Wall of building, interior.

Khirbit Faris

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Tomb, showing sarcophagus elevated above tomb chamber.

Slem

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Temple, upper part of northeast angle showing pilaster and entablature.

Kalat Ibn Man

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Castle.

Damaged façade of Villa Lancellotti

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Damaged façade of the Villa Lancellotti in Frascati, also known as Villa Piccolomini.

Khirbit Hasan

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Church, doorway with Syriac inscription.

Kalat Ibn Man

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Castle, detail of walls.

Serata

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Ruins.

Sakhrin

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Window with incised moldings.

Sakhrin

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Engaged column of upper colonnade with debased Ionic capital.

Burdj id-Deruni

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Chapel, from northwest.

il-Fuah

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Medieval Mohammedan weli (shrine).

Kasr Allaruz

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Temple tomb.

Jerusalem

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Orpheus mosaic, located outside the Damascus Gate, before raising.

Jerusalem

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Orpheus mosaic, located outside the Damascus Gate, before raising.

Jordan River

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Lattice bridge.

Damaged façade of Villa Lancellotti with figure

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View of the damaged south façade of the Villa Lancellotti in Frascati with figure by entrance; known as Villa Piccolomini

Khirbit Hasan

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Church, east end.

Howard Crosby Butler

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Portrait of Howard Crosby Butler c. 1900 (front).

Howard Crosby Butler

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Portrait of Howard Crosby Butler c. 1900 (profile).

Kasr il-Mudakhkhin

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Camp, nearing the end of the 1904-05 campaign.

Camp

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Camp, unknown location.

Muhammed and Khalil

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Muhammed and Khalil, grooms.

Expedition members

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Dragoman Khalil Ghandur and groom. William K. Prentice, Robert Garrett, Enno Littman, Howard Crosby Butler in front with cane.

Hasan Abu Sallam

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Hasan Abu Sallam, the Shekh of Tarba, with his mount.

Ahmed il-Hadjiri

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Ahmed il-Hadjiri, religious head of the Druses, with two attendants.

Interior damage at Villa Lancellotti

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Damage of tromp l'oeil wall paintings in the interior of the Villa Lancellotti.

Dehes

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West Church, interior from west.

Ahmed il-Hadjiri

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Ahmed il-Hadjiri, religious head of the Druses, on horse at right.

Khalil and Muhammed

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Khalil and Muhammed, grooms.

Enno Littman

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Enno Littman

Butler and Muhammad

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Butler on horseback and Muhammed, the groom.

Khan Sekhun

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Robert Garrett on horseback.

Prentice on horseback

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William Kelly Prentice on horseback.

Lower walls.

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View to SE

Khan Shekhun

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Robert Garrett on his horse.

Khan Shekhun

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William Kelly Prentice on his horse.

Khan Shekhun

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Enno Littman on his horse.

Bashmishli

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Camp IV, Nov. 4-10 1899.

Detail of excavation.

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View to East

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Ceiling damage at Villa Lancellotti

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Damage of tromp l'oeil wall paintings and ceiling of the living room in the Villa Lancellotti.

Dehes

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West Church, exterior of east end from northeast.

Expedition members

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Members of the expedition on horseback.

Guard

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One of the guards, mounted.

Guard

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One of the guards, standing with mount.

Robert Garrett

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Robert Garrett examining a conch.

Riding competition

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Riding competition.

Riding competition

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Riding competition.

Eastern end of Room 7.

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View to East

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Sallam

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Sallam on his horse.

Fayiz

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Fayiz.

Huxley and Habib

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Henry Minor Huxley and Habib.

Damaged Villa Lancelloti in Frascati

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View of severely damaged Villa Lancelloti in Frascati. Pennoyer description: demolition of stables caused by burning Nazi ammunition.

Dehes

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East Church, south portal.

Muhsammad

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Muhammed.

Beast of burden

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Beast of burden, fully laden and ready for the day's journey.

Unidentified group.

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Unidentified group of men.

Sleman and Ali

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Sleman and Ali.

Abu Yosif

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Abu Yosif.

Nekula

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Nekula.

Caravan

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Caravan, unknown location.

Sleman

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Sleman.

"Outrigger" basket for camel.

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The Bedouin outfitted their camels with a framework of poles forming an "outrigger" basket.

Abu Sallam Khalil Ghandur

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Abu Sallam Khalil Ghandur, the dragoman (interpreter and guide).

Damage at Villa Falconieri

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View of exterior damage at Villa Falconieri, Frascati.

Dehes

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Baptistery of East Church, from west.

Hasan Abu Shekh of Tarba

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Hasan Abu Sallam, Shekh of Tarba. The Expedition visited him again in 1904.

Lunch mule

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"Bahgl lunch" (the lunch mule).

Kalat il-Mudik

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Camp XXVIII.

Hass

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Group of local people near camp.

Hass

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Camp XXIX, from northeast.

il-Barah

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Armed guard in camp.Outside Thomas Cook tent.

Tell Djuzif

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Donkeys.

ir-Rameh

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Two men on horseback, near ir-Rameh, southwest of Riha.

Kiftin

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Group pf Druse women and children.

Kiftin

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Group pf Druse women and children.

Façade of Villa Falconieri

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View of exterior damage at Villa Falconieri.

Dehes

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Baptistery of East Church, from southeast.

Dehes

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Baptistery of East Church, lintel, cast of Syriac inscription No. 8.

Babiska

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Doorway with unusual lintel.

Sermeda

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Roman road between Sermeda and Kefr Kermin.

Sermeda

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Roman road between Sermeda and Kefr Kermin.

Kefr Kermin

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Roman road near Kefr Kermin, looking north.

Bab il-Hawa

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Two women on a mule.

Djebel Is

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Crossing il-Matkh "the Marsh", northeast of Djebel Is.

Djebel Is

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Crossing il-Matkh "the Marsh", northeast of Djebel Is.

Djebel Is

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Crossing il-Matkh "the Marsh", northeast of Djebel Is.