View of the settlement of Nabi Samuel, near Jerusalem, site of the tomb of prophet Samuel according to tradition. The settlement has been identified alternatively as biblical town Ramatha and as Arimathea. View of Abu Gosh village, also known as Qaryat al'Inab during the 19th century and identified by many as the biblical town of Cariatharim.

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AINSWORTH, William Francis

Title

View of the settlement of Nabi Samuel, near Jerusalem, site of the tomb of prophet Samuel according to tradition. The settlement has been identified alternatively as biblical town Ramatha and as Arimathea. View of Abu Gosh village, also known as Qaryat al'Inab during the 19th century and identified by many as the biblical town of Cariatharim.

Alternative Title

Rama (Arimathea). Kirjathjearim.

Date

1870

Bibliographic Citation

AINSWORTH, William Francis. All round the world: an illustrated record of voyages, travels and adventures in all parts of the globe. With two hundred illustrations, vol. Ι, London – Glasgow, W. Collins, 1870.

Identifier

ainsworth_6

Table Of Contents

5

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Israel

Palestine

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Views

Architecture and built environment

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AINSWORTH, William Francis, “View of the settlement of Nabi Samuel, near Jerusalem, site of the tomb of prophet Samuel according to tradition. The settlement has been identified alternatively as biblical town Ramatha and as Arimathea. View of Abu Gosh village, also known as Qaryat al'Inab during the 19th century and identified by many as the biblical town of Cariatharim.,” travelogues, accessed July 20, 2024, https://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/51241.