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  1. Chorazin Synagogue : View 1

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    Description: Ruins of the synagogue at Chorazin (3rd/4th century C.E.).
    Subject: Chorazin, archaeology, and synagogue
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  2. Jerusalem : View 1

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    Description: View of ruins from Jerusalem.
    Subject: Jerusalem and archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  3. Jerusalem Tomb of Kings View 1

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    Description: View of the Tomb of the Kings in the Kidron Valley; it is also know as the Tomb of Queen Helene/Helena of Adiabene. It dates to the Herodian Period (1st cent B.C.E. - 1st cent. C.E.). However, tradition identifies it as the tomb of the last kings of Juda
    Subject: Tomb of the Kings, Jerusalem, tomb, and archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  4. Aijalon

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    Description: View of Tell Aijalon.
    Subject: Aijalon and archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  5. Jerusalem Dome of the Rock : View 3

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    Description: View of the Dome of the Rock (687-691 C.E.) on the temple mount in Jerusalem; looking from the west to the east; the Mount of Olives is in the background; The domed structure marks the traditional site of where Abraham attempted to sacrifice his son Isaac
    Subject: Jerusalem, Dome of the Rock, and archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  6. Petra Siq : View 3

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    Description: View of the interior of the Siq at Petra, looking out.
    Subject: Petra, siq, and archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  7. Petra Siq : View 4

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    Description: View of the Siq at Petra.
    Subject: Petra, siq, and archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  8. Petra Treasury : View 3

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    Description: View of the entrance to the Khazneh (="Treasury"; ca. first century B.C.E.) at Petra; likely the tomb of the royal family of Arethas III.
    Subject: Petra, tressury, and archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  9. Petra Urn Tomb : View 1

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    Description: View of the Urn Tomb at Petra. This tomb which may have housed either King Malchus II or Aretas IV expresses Hellenistic inspiration in its pilasters and semi-committed columns. It was converted into a church by Bishop Jason in 447 C.E.
    Subject: Petra, tomb, and archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  10. Petra Palace Tomb : View 1

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    Description: View of the Palace Tomb at Petra, whose façade has been thought to imitate a Roman three-story palace.
    Subject: Petra, tomb, and archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library