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CHAP. I.
Cyprus, looming at Sun-set, as it was described by the

Author in the Voyage from Egypt :
Signet of one of the P.tožemięs, as found in Cyprus
Very ancient ScarabæarSignets, as found in Cyprus

CHAP. II.
Ancient PhæniệiaaSilver Meda!, found among the

Ruins of Citium

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CHAP. III. Medals of Acre and Sidon

80

CHAP. IV. Interior of the Cavern at Nazareth, shewn as the Dwell. ing-place of Joseph and Mary

. 120 CHAP. V. Buccinum Galilæum, a new species of Shell discovered by the Author in the Sea of Galilee

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VOL. IV.

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CHAP. VI.

Page Mount Thabôr, as seen in crossing the Plain of Esdraelon

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CHAP. VII.
Chapel of the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem, from
Doubdan

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CHAP. VIII.
Interior of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, from

Le Bruyn

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CHAP. IX. Arab of the Holy Land exhibiting Feats of Dexterity performed by a Goat

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FROM ROSETTA IN EGYPT, TO LARNECA IN CYPRUS.
Return to the Fleet-Nelson's Island-Antiquities - Rosetta

- Trilinguar Inscription - Scarabæus Pilularius - Cu-
rious Edifice in Rosetta, of the Gothic form-Voyage to
Cyprus- Appearance of the Island-Salines Hot Winds
-Larneca-Insalubrity of the Island--Produce of the
Land— Wine of Cyprus - Wretched Condition of the Coun-
try--Phænician Idols-Nature of the Cyprian Venus-
Ancient Gems--Signet Rings ---Origin of the Camachuia
Theban Stone-Paintings commemorated upon Gemsm
Notice of a Picture by Zeuxis from an ancient Greek
Manuscript-Substances used for the Signets of Cyprus
Their most ancient form.

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