Barrack of the Haram es-Sherif. Northern corner of the Tower Antonia, according to Pierotti. Houses of the time of Saladin. Entrance to the Haram es-Sherif. Mosque of the Little Sakharah. Bevelled rock.
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Jerusalem. An outline of the history of the city walls. The Entrance to the Citadel.
Jerusalem Explored. The Cave of Jeremiah. Place of Prayer. Cemetery of Dervishes. The Royal Caverns. Ancient Entrance of the Inner Cave.
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View of the arch of the Ecce-Homo, with the smaller arch to the north, discovered by Pierotti.
Ancient Jewish work in the north-east of the Haram Wall, near S. Mary’s Gate. Jerusalem.
The Temple Mount. The Al-Aqsa Mosque. The Wailing-place. Mosaics in the interior. The monolith. The Golden Gate.The Haram es-Sherif (Bab el-Huldah)
Ancient Entrance into the Royal Caverns. Grotto of Jeremiah. Cemetery of Dervishes. Fountain. Ancient Room of the period of S. Helena.
Citadel Gate. Citadel. Upper Road of Sion. Breast-work of a ditch. Tower Mariamne. Tower Phasaelus.
Christian tradition sees Antonia Castle as the place where Jesus Christ is said to have been sentenced to death by Pontius Pilate.
Jerusalem Explored. Plans and sections of the Tomb of the Virgin Mary, and of the Cave of the Agony