Jerusalem. Entrance to Hospital of the Knights of St. John

Hospital, S. John, Jerusalem, Holy Land, Ermete Pierotti,
PLATE XXXVII. Entrance to the Hospital of S. John.

PLATE XXXVII.

ENTRANCE TO THE HOSPITAL OF S. JOHN.

  1. Arch of the time of the Knights of S. John.
  2. Ruins of the Church of S. Mary the Great.
  3. Ancient Window of the Church of S. Mary the Great.

Source: Jerusalem Explored. Being a description of the ancient and modern city, with numerous illustrations consisting of views, ground plans, and sections by Ermete Pierotti; translated by Thomas George Bonney (Fellow of St Johns College, Cambridge). London: Bell and Daldy; Cambridge: Deighton, Bell and Co. 1864.

Hospital, Knights, S. John, Jerusalem, Holy Land, James M. McDonald,
Entrance to Hospital of the Knights of St. John, 1865.

Sgt. James M. McDonald (English, 1822 – 1885)
Entrance to Hospital of the Knights of St. John, 1865, Albumen silver print
15.9 × 21.4 cm (6 1/4 × 8 7/16 in.), 84.XB.1169.3.52
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Continuing

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