1 The land of Israel at the end of the Second Temple period 7

2 The war between the sons of Jacob and the Canaanites 17

3 The settlements of the Essenes 30

4 The three circles of holiness 77

5 Jewish territory in the Galilee according to the Baraita of the halakhic borders of the Holy Land 122

6 A concluding map of the regions that were exempted 123

7 The exempted regions: the region of Caesarea 124

8 The halakhic region of Jerusalem, based on the map of the Onomasticon 129

9 The halakhic vicinity of Jerusalem, based on the map of the Onomasticon 133

10 Theoretical map of Kfar Ir abd Krach (polis) 136

11 A rock in low Galilee, near Usha. The inscription denotes [the limit for] Shabbat 137

12 An inscription from the Lower Galilee near modern Tamra. The inscription denotes the limit for Shabbat (תחום שבת) 138

13 The rural road system in Palestine. Schematic map of the road of H. Amudim, Lower Galilee 139

14 The rural road system in Palestine. A rural road near Burgin in the Plain of Judea 139

15 The settlements of 24 priestly families 142

16 The Temple of Iraq el-Amir in Transjordan 143

17 The burials around Jerusalem 218

18 Church organization in Palestine in the fourth Century 255

19 Churches in Palestine from the fourth to the sixth century 256

20 Lower Galilee and Cafarnao 265

21 The Onomasticon of Eusebius 275

22 Christianity in early fourth century Palestine 299

23 The earthquake in Palestine according a letter of Cyrillus of Jerusalem 318

24 Detail of the mosaic map of Madaba 329

25 Holy sites in the early fourth century 376

26 Hebron, The cave of the Patriarchs 383

27 The holy site of Mambre 387

28 Mount Tabor, a Jewish and Christian Holy mountain 401

29 DOMINE IVIMUS. The boat under the Holy Sepulchre 417

30 The Holy Sepulchre founded by the Emperor at the beginning of the fourth century 425


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