Photographs

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AlbumB(1905)

Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Syria
Browsing photos B001-B250

B_159 -
[Temple of Baetocecea dedicated to worship of Baetocecian Baal, patron God of the Phonecians of Arwad. Doorway with Eagle motif over lintel]
Date: March 1905
B_160 -
[Temple of Baetocecea dedicated to worship of Baetocecian Baal, patron God of the Phonecians of Arwad. Walls]
Date: March 1905
B_161 -
[Temple of Baetocecea dedicated to worship of Baetocecian Baal, patron God of the Phonecians of Arwad. N gate, detail of carved arched niche]
Date: March 1905
B_162 -
[Temple of Baetocecea dedicated to worship of Baetocecian Baal, patron God of the Phonecians of Arwad. N gate, detail of carved arched niche]
Date: March 1905
B_163 -
[Temple of Baetocecea dedicated to worship of Baetocecian Baal, patron God of the Phonecians of Arwad. N gate with flanking doorways and niches- exterior, men in gateway]
Date: March 1905
B_164 -
[Temple of Baetocecea dedicated to worship of Baetocecian Baal, patron God of the Phonecians of Arwad. N gate, interior, man standing]
Date: March 1905
B_165 -
[Arab man - possibly Zabit Muhammad Ali or Ra'ib Effendi el Helu]
Date: March 1905
B_166 -
[Arab man - possibly Zabit Muhammad Ali or Ra'ib Effendi el Helu]
Date: March 1905
B_167 -
[Arab man - possibly Zabit Muhammad Ali or Ra'ib Effendi el Helu]
Date: March 1905
B_168 - Masyaf
[Assassin castle - has three sets of defences; an outer curtain wall and two inner fortresses, dominated by a large gatehouse - view from distance]
Date: March 1905
B_169 - Masyaf
[Assassin castle - has three sets of defences; an outer curtain wall and two inner fortresses, dominated by a large gatehouse - Gate in rampart. Man and cattle in foreground]
Date: March 1905
B_170 - Masyaf
[Assassin castle - has three sets of defences; an outer curtain wall and two inner fortresses, dominated by a large gatehouse - column and fragment of late Corinthian capital]
Date: March 1905
B_171 -
[Beehive village - general view from exterior, villagers and sheep outside village walls]
Date: March 1905
B_172 - Masyaf
[Assassin castle - has three sets of defences; an outer curtain wall and two inner fortresses, dominated by a large gatehouse - re-used Corinthian capital]
Date: March 1905
B_173 - Hamah
[General view of town, including Orontes, aqueduct and Na'oura (water wheel)]
Date: March 1905
B_174 - Hamah
[General view of town, showing Orontes]
Date: March 1905
B_175 - Hamah
[Na'oura - Water wheel on Orontes]
Date: March 1905
B_176 - Hamah
[Tekyah Killaniyeh - House of Keylani family and Na'oura - water wheel on Orontes]
Date: March 1905
B_177 - Hamah
[Great Mosque - column and re-used Corinthian capital in courtyard with octagonal minaret in background]
Date: March 1905
B_178 - Hamah
[Great Mosque - re-used Byzantine Palmette capital as column base in courtyard]
Date: March 1905

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