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Two groups of poets, living in the seclusion of two monasteries were particularly involved in the dispute when at its height.
In the Benedictine system early Western monasticism is to be seen at its best. Its rule was generally adopted by the monasteries of Western Europe.
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The Temples of Baalbek in Lebanon. Egypt and Palestine by Francis Frith
Early monastic life. Mar Saba, center of earlier Greek Hymns, Odes and Canons, and of the Quasi-Ecclesiastic Hymn.
In the slope of the eastern Apennines, overlooking the Adriatic gulf, stands what may be called the European Nazareth.
Its location in the Jordan Rift Valley makes it the lowest city in the world, about ten kilometres north of the Dead Sea.
One of the entrances to the temple area within which stands the Mosque of Omar.
Costume cuts and robe shapes from Arabia, Palestine and Syria.
In this View Achmet Aga, the Governor of Jerusalem, with a part of his Arab guard, occupy the foreground.