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The Desert of the Exodus: Journeys on Foot in the Wilderness of the Forty Years' Wanderings; Undertaken in Connection with the Ordnance Survey of Sinai and the Palestine Exploration Fund

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ILLUSTRATIONS.
MAPS.
The Peninsula of Sinai. (Ordnance survey).To face page28
Special Survey of Mount Sinai. (Ordnance Survey). "91
Special Survey of Jebel Serbál. (Ordnance Survey). "139
Route map of the Negeb of South Country "206
Map of Moab. "392
FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS.
"Lot's wife." (C. F. Tyrwhitt-Drake)Frontispiece.
Sections of Jebel Músa and Jebel Serbál. (Saini Survey)144
Egyptian Tablet at Maghárah. (E. H. Palmer)170
Jebel Umm Shomer from Abu Shejer. (C. F. tyrwhitt-Drake)204
Ain Hudhearah. Hazeroth "215
Wády Máyín, with distant view of the Tíh. (C. F. Tyrwhitt-Drake)278
Wilderness of Kadesh "283
Cairns at Muwéileh (Photograph)289
El `Aujeh "298
Cave at El`Aujeh "301
Church at El`Aujeh "306
Ancient fort at El Meshrifeh. "310
Town of Sebaita. Zephath "314
Ruined Houses at Sebaita "317
Gateway of Tower at Sebaita "321
Gateway at El`Abdeh. Eboda "346
WOOD-CUTS.
Rás Sursáfeh from the Plain (Photograph)55
Gate of the Convent of St. Katharine "59
Group of Sainai Bedawín "75
View from the summit of Sinai. "96
View from the cleft on Rás Sufsáfeh "97
The Convent Valley from Jebel Moneijah "117
Summit of Sinai from Jebel ed Deir "119
Wády Feirán "130
View from Jebel Táháneh "137
Jebel Serbál "142
Wády `Ajeleh from the Water-shed "149
Wády Mukatteb "160
Wády Wutáh (C.F. Tyrwhitt-Drake)249
Jebel `Arádeh "254
Primeval dwellings in Wády el Biyár "256
El Biyár "258
Kharabát Lussán "280
Beersheba "328
Temple at El Bárid "379
Tower at Umm Rasás "412

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