Vintage Landscapes

Sebaste

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 23.01.2007:


3. Site of the Twelve Stones 5. Paved platform 6. Place of Abraham's sacrifice 7. Site of Adam's Seven Steps. To-day no trace is left of it 8. The Eternal Mountain 10. Justinian's fortified enclosure 11. Justinian's defensive towers 12. Justinian's tower transformed into the to(...)

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Village of Taybeh

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 03.11.2006:


Villagers posing by a watchtower and shelter (qasr) in a vineyard in Taybeh near Ramallah in 1937.

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Design of an Old Palestinian Village Home

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 31.10.2006:


This photo shows one of many designs of an old Palestinian village home. There are two storey houses in the 'throne' village of Ras Karkar near Ramallah, mid 1980s. The big archway leads to a stable (riwaq). Photo: Suad Amiry.

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M’arrash

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 31.10.2006:


A mud-walled bower (m'arrash) roofed with branches, southern Hebron Hills. Shelters are constructed in this region to provide a shaded area outside the house during the hot summer.Photo: Suad Amiry.

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The Nativity Church in Bethlehem

Contributed by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 14.07.2006:


Nativity Church in Bethlehem at the time of the Ottoman Empire

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Bethlehem 1899

Contributed by Anton Weigel on 09.03.2006:


Bethlehem 1899

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Jaffa around 1870

Contributed by Anton Weigel on 09.03.2006:


Jaffa around 1870

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Dan, 1900

Contributed by Anton Weigel on 02.03.2006:


THE JORDAN'S MAIN SOURCE - ONE OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST SPRINGS - AT DAN, PALESTINE, 1900

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Lower Pool of Gihon, 1900

Contributed by Anton Weigel on 02.03.2006:


CATTLE MARKET DAY, IN THE LOWER POOL OF GIHON, VALLEY OF HINNOM, JERUSALEM, PALESTINE. 1900

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Nablous (Ancient Schechem) 1900

Contributed by Anton Weigel on 02.03.2006:


NABLOUS (ANCIENT SHECHEM) AND MT. EBAL, FROM GERIZIM-LOOKING NORTHEAST-PALESTINE (JOSH, xxiv). 1900.

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