Index of Photos

Most are:
© 2005 Dr. Barbara Thiering

Photos UU & VV are:
© 2007 Dylan Stephens

Photos are located within the documents and therefore apparent duplicates represent different documents.
Photo C. The peak of rock
Photo C. The peak of rock
Photo D. Path beside the peak. Cave 4Q opposite
Photo E. The gap where caves 7Q and 8Q stood
Photo E. The gap where caves 7Q and 8Q stood,now collapsed
Photo F. The chasm between 8Q and 4Q.
Photo G. At the shore of the Dead Sea, at Ain Feshkha. The ruins lie 50 yards in from the shore
Photo H. Pools north side Ain Feshkha building
Photo H. Pools north side Ain Feshkha building
Photo H. Pools north side Ain Feshkha building
Photo H. Pools north side Ain Feshkha building
Photo J. Cylinder stone for drying, fallen into the pool.
Photo J. Cylinder stone for drying, fallen into the pool
Photo J. Cylinder stone for drying, fallen into the pool
Photo J. Cylinder stone for drying, fallen into the pool
Photo K. Remains of the north wing
Photo K. Remains of the north wing
Photo K. Remains of the north wing
Photo L. Herodian door to west wing.
Photo L. Herodian door to west wing.
Photo L. Herodian door to west wing.
Photo M. North-west corner of west wing
Photo M. North-west corner of west wing
Photo M. North-west corner of west wing
Photo N Mird-Hyrcania.
Photo N Mird-Hyrcania
Photo O The aqueduct on the west of Mird-Hyrcania.
Photo O The aqueduct on the west of Mird-Hyrcania
Photo O The aqueduct on the west of Mird-Hyrcania
Photo P. Remains of the building on top of Mird-Hyrcania
Photo P. Remains of the building on top of Mird-Hyrcania
Photo P. Remains of the building on top of Mird-Hyrcania
Photo Q. Mosaic floor of the north wing
Photo R. Mird-Hyrcania. Entrance to cells.
Photo R. Mird-Hyrcania. Entrance to cells
Photo R. Mird-Hyrcania. Entrance to cells
Photo S. Mird-Hyrcania. Inside the entrance to a cell.
Photo S. Mird-Hyrcania. Inside the entrance to a cell.
Photo S. Mird-Hyrcania. Inside the entrance to a cell.
Photo T. Mird-Hyrcania. Modern frescoes in the cell.
Photo T. Mird-Hyrcania. Modern frescoes in the cell
Photo U. A tunnel in the wady bank, north of Mird-Hyrcania
Photo U. A tunnel in the wady bank, north of Mird-Hyrcania.
Photo U. A tunnel in the wady bank, north of Mird-Hyrcania.
Photo V. Inside the tunnel
Photo V. Inside the tunnel
Photo V. Inside the tunnel
Photo W. The Mar Saba monastery
Photo W. The Mar Saba monastery
Photo X. Corner where the wady Kidron turns
Photo X. Corner where the wady Kidron turns
Photo Y. Hillock at the corner
Photo Y. Hillock at the corner
Photo Z. The upper part of the Mar Saba slope
Photo AA. The lower part of the Mar Saba slope. Sign "No women" inside the door
Photo BB. Mar Saba from the east bank opposite, Kidron valley between obscured
Photo CC. South Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives
Photo DD. Remains of the Essene Gate in Jerusalem
Photo EE. Drain near the Essene Gate, from Herodian period
Photo FF. Valley of Hinnom (Gehenna) from the Essene Gate
Photo GG. The Gethsemane church on the Mount of Olives
Photo HH. Roman remains near the Gethsemane church
Photo JJ. The church of Mary Magdalene on the Mount of Olives
Photo KK Caesarea harbor
Photo LL The podium in the outer hall
Photo LL The podium in the outer hall
Photo LL The podium in the outer hall
Photo LL The podium in the outer hall
Photo MM The "pantry"
Photo MM The "pantry"
Photo MM The "pantry"
Photo MM The "pantry"
Photo MM The "pantry"
Photo NN Remains of temple of Artemis (Diana) in Ephesus
Photo OO The Parthenon in Athens
Photo PP The Areopagus below the Parthenon
Photo QQ Ancient Corinth
Photo RR Remains of the Roman Forum
Photo SS The church of Domine Quo Vadis
Photo TT The Mithraeum below St Clement's church in Rome
Photo UU. Tiber Island
Photo UU. Tiber Island
Photo VV. Francesca Romana Church
Photo WW. The house in Ephesus said to be that of the Virgin Mary
Photo XX. The upper third of Loc 111, the Qumran substitute sanctuary, treated as their "Holy of Holies"
Photo YY. The carved pillar bases giving the cubit measure
Photo YY. The carved pillar bases giving the cubit measure
Photo ZZ. The bench and large stones outside the lower vestry door
Photo ZZ. The bench and large stones outside the lower vestry door
Photo ZZ. The bench and large stones outside the lower vestry door
Photo AAA. The windows overlooking both sides of the substitute Holy of Holies
Photo BBB. Outside the east door of the sanctuary. Quarter circle of stones for the prince to meet pilgrims
Photo CCC. The recess between the steps and the eastern wall of the sanctuary, shown by the Copper Scroll to be the first vault for storing money
Photo CCC. The recess between the steps and the eastern wall of the sanctuary, shown by the Copper Scroll to be the first vault for storing money
Photo CCC. The recess between the steps and the eastern wall of the sanctuary, shown by the Copper Scroll to be the first vault for storing money
Photo DDD. The large round furnace at the north end of the vestry
Photo DDD. The large round furnace at the north end of the vestry
Photo EEE. The large round furnace at the north end of the vestry
Photo EEE. The large round furnace at the north end of the vestry
Photo EEE. The large round furnace at the north end of the vestry
Photo FFF. The south limit of the north vestry, on rows 12 and 13
Photo GGG. Taken from the south vestry, the wall supporting the dais step of the north vestry




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