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Dome of the Rock

Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem, 691–2; restored 1552 and 1956–64; photo credit: Sheila S. Blair and Jonathan M. Bloom

Jerusalem, Dome of the Rock

Jerusalem, Dome of the Rock, 691–2; interior (restored); photo credit: Erich Lessing/Art Resource, NY

Jerusalem, plan: (a) Antonia Fortress; (b) Damascus Gate; (c) Church of the Holy Sepulchre....

Jerusalem, plan: (a) Antonia Fortress; (b) Damascus Gate; (c) Church of the Holy Sepulchre; (d) Tomb of Mary; (e) site of Byzantine church; (f) Dome of the Rock; (g) Aqsa Mosque; (h) Dome of the Chain; (i) Citadel; (j) St Anne; (k) Armenian cathedral of St James; (l) ‘Mosque of ‛Umar’ and remains of the hostel of the Knights Templar; (m) Tomb of David; (n) Pool of Shiloh; (o) Rockefeller Museum; (p) Temple Mount; (q) Solomon’s Stables; (r) Chapel of the Ascension; (s) David’s Tower; (t) Mount of Olives

Jerusalem, Temple Mount during the Second Temple period, before AD 70; reconstruction draw....

Jerusalem, Temple Mount during the Second Temple period, before ad 70; reconstruction drawing

Jerusalem, ground-plan of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, consecrated 1149: (a) Holy Sep....

Jerusalem, ground-plan of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, consecrated 1149: (a) Holy Sepulchre; (b) rotunda; (c) Calvary; (d) Prison of Christ; (e) ambulatory; (f) cloister, with the crypt of St Helena below

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