Tower Antonia, Jerusalem.

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Title:Tower Antonia, Jerusalem.
Author:Unknown author
Summary:An arch leading through a tower. Line Drawing.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/1911/10204
Date:1907
Original SourceFrom: Margoliouth, David Samuel. "Cairo, Jerusalem, & Damascus: three chief cities of the Egyptian Sultans". With illus. in colour by W.S.S. Tyrwhitt, and additional playes by Reginald Barratt. Chatto and Windus: London, 1907. p 209.
Subject Passageways.
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Tower Antonia, Jerusalem.(1907).
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