Two groups of poets, living in the seclusion of two monasteries were particularly involved in the dispute when at its height.
The Temples of Baalbek in Lebanon. Egypt and Palestine by Francis Frith
Lady Hester Stanhope was an English aristocrat, antiquarian, and one of the most famous travellers of her age.
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Costume cuts and robe shapes from Arabia, Palestine and Syria.
The View is taken from the highway leading from Jerusalem through Jericho, and forming a part of the road, by which Jerusalem was connected with the countries on the Euphrates
The grandeur of the ruins of Baalbek can best be appreciated by the large drawings in this Work of the eastern portico of the temple
The Cedars of Lebanon are now comparatively few, and with them are gone the eagles and wild beasts, to which they afforded shelter
View of the entire grove of “The Cedars.” The tree now represented is, upon the whole, the noblest of the ten or twelve “venerables” now standing.
General view of Beirut with a wide view over the sea, in the background the massifs of the Lebanon Mountains.
The name Arab originally was reserved for the nomad tribes east of Palestine and in the Syro-Arabian desert, but today it is generally used for most of the surviving Semitic peoples who, in addition to living in Arabia, are to be found in Mesopotamia, North Africa, the western shores of the Red Sea, and the eastern shores of the Persian Gulf.