Jacob’s Well (the Well of the Samaritan Woman) is a well in Samaria at the foot of Mount Garizim near biblical Shechem (now Nablus).
The Tomb of Joseph is the cenotaph of a biblical memorial site, considered to be the burial place of the Jewish patriarch Joseph.
This Sketch, in addition to the view of the City, gives, in the distance, crowning a lofty hill, the City of Safed.
The sea of Tiberias bears also the name of the Sea of Galilee, from the province; of Tiberias, from the City; and of Gennesareth.
The town of Tiberias viewed from the Roman ruins at the hot springs south of the city.
The ancient City of Tiberias, built by Herod Antipas, and named in honor of his patron, the Emperor Tiberius, has long since perished.
In the New Testament, Cana is considered the setting of the wedding at Cana, which is exclusively narrated in John’s Gospel
People visiting the Fountain of Cana. Cana of Galilee, Israel: an ancient water fountain in use.
The Church of the Annunciation in the city of Nazareth, Israel, is one of the main destinations for pilgrims visiting the Holy Land.
Beneath the Church of the Annunciation at Nazareth, is a Shrine, lighted by silver lamps, which are kept continually burning.
Racinet's Costume History is an invaluable reference for students, designers, artists, illustrators, and historians; and a rich source of inspiration for anyone with an interest in clothing and style. Originally published in France between 1876 and 1888, Auguste Racinet’s Le Costume historique was in its day the most wide-ranging and incisive study of clothing ever attempted.
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