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66 CE: Cestius, Roman governor of Syria, decides to enter the conflict with the Jews. He sends a detachment to Joppa (Jaffa), where his soldiers burn the city, killing 8,400.

Jérusalem et Jaffa.

Jaffa from "Diary of a Tour in Greece, Turkey, Egypt, and the Holy Land. [With plates.]"

Jaffa, looking south

Jaffa

Jerusalem, près de la porte de Jaffa, chap.

Jaffa ancient Joppa April 16th 1839 / David Roberts, R.A.

Jaffa March 26th 1839 / David Roberts, R.A.

Griechische und andere Inschriften. Gr. 559-591, Dem. 188, Arab. 1, 2 aus Hamamât [Wadi Hammamat], Gebel Dochân [Gebel Dosha], Gebel Fatireh, Byblos [Jubayl], Jaffa, Nahr el Kelb, Sinai-Kloster [Saint Catherine Monastery], Dongola [Dungulah].

Jérusalem, Porte de Jaffa, Inscription

Jérusalem, Porte de Jaffa, Intérieur

Jérusalem, Porte de Jaffa, Vue extérieure

Jérusalem, Porte de Jaffa, Vue générale

Jérusalem, Porte de Jaffa, Inscription de la fausse porte

Porte de Jaffa, intérieur

Jérusalem. Porte de Hebron et de Jaffa. (Bab-el-Khalil)

[Jaffa gate] / P. Bergheim.

Joppa from the sea / P. Bergheim.

Ancient citadel of the Jebusites, afterwards that of David, then that of the Pisans. The Jaffa Gate.

Ancient citadel of the Jebusites, afterwards that of David, then that of the Pisans. The Jaffa Gate.

Views in the environs of the city : a. Valley of Hinnom, looking south from the Jaffa Gate; b. stair case in the English Cemetery cut out of the face of the escarped rock

[Interior of Jaffa Gate from near Hotel Mediterranean] / Bonfils.

Jaffa, Pris de la Mer, Palestine

[Near the Jaffa gate]

Intérieur de la Porte de Jaffa

Joppa. Approach from the east / Bonfils.

Panorama de Jaffa

A roadside fountain and tomb. The Sebîl of Abû Nabût, commonly called the Tomb of Tabitha (Dorcas).

Sanctuary of Imâm 'Aly. Surmounted on one large and eight smaller domes. On the road between Jaffa and Ramleh, near the village of Yazûr.

The Jaffa Gate. The chief entrance to the city of Jerusalem, as it appears from within the city walls. The open space within the gate is used as a market-place.

Shittim tree at Jaffa, in the Mohammadan cemetary north of the town, close to the sea. Represented at the hour of sunset, the time of evening prayer.

Scene in the bazaar at Jaffa. A public café, in a deep arched recess, with a group of smokers. An attendant pounding coffee is steadying a wooden mortar with his naked feet. In the foreground there are fruit-stalls and a Bedouin with his tufted lance; a water-carrier and a peasant boy leading a camel are passing by.

Jaffa, the ancient Joppa.

Scene in a Jaffa garden. Two women engaged in working a sâkiyeh, a clumsy machine for raising water from a well to fill a reservoir. On the branch of the pomegranate there is a chameleon.

Landing at Jaffa. This is always attended with difficulty, as there is no harbor for large vessels at Jaffa. Steamers are obliged to anchor in the roadstead, about half a mile from the shore, and passengers are landed in small Arab boats.

View of the rock-encircled harbour at Jaffa, from the roof of the house of Simon the Tanner. The building in the foreground, with its domes and perforated parapets, is a characteristic example of native domestic architecture in towns and cities of Southern Palestine.

The Birket Mamilla, commonly called the Upper Pool of Gihon, surrounded by Moslem tombs. In the background the Jaffa Gate is shown, with the Citadel on the right and the Anglican Church on the left

The mosque at Jaffa. A modern structure in the north-east quarter of the town. It can easily be distinguished in the general view of Jaffa (see steel plate). where it appears between the masts of the Arab fishing boats.

Kefar Saba. A straggling village consisting of houses built chiefly of sun-dried bricks, with extensive orchards to the west and south of it. It is fourteen miles from Jaffa, and is interesting in as much as it preserves the name of the ancient Caphar Saba.

Public fountain at Jaffa, near to the gate of the town, shaded by an octagonal domed structure, formed of eight pointed arches supported by columns.

Jaffa from "Eine Orientreise vom Jahre 1881 ... illustrirt ... von F. von Pausinger"

Marchant d'Orange á Jaffa / Dumas Ph.

Arabe de Jaffa / Dumas Ph.

[From the garden, Jaffa, Holy Land, (i.e. Israel)]

[The Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem, Holy Land]

[From the sea, Jaffa, Holy Land, (i.e. Israel)]

Jaffa, la passe

Route de Bethlehem prise de la porte de Jaffa, Jérusalem

Bazar de Jaffa. - Bazar at Jaffa.

Porte de Jaffa, Jérusalem

Vue de Jaffa, de la maison de Simon le corroyeur. - View of Jaffa from the house of Simon the tanner.

The bazaar, Joffa[i.e., Jaffa], Palestine

Festivities after Ramadan in Moslem cemetery, Jaffa, Palestine

Jaffa

Jaff. [i.e., Jaffa], older part by the sea

Jaffa. House of Simon the Tanner

Jaffa. Packing & exporting oranges

Jaffa

Jaffa

Unloading Dodge auto at Jaffa

Gezicht op Jaffa, Israël

Jaffa. Rocks of Andromeda

Jaffa

View inside Jaffa Gate / American Colony, Jerusalem

Jaffa (Joppa) and environs. General view of Ramleh (Arimathea) / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Jaffa (Joppa) and environs. Jaffa from the orange groves

[Boat passing rocks at Jaffa]

Jaffa (Joppa) and environs. The harbor

Jaffa (Joppa) and environs. The harbor

Storm at Jaffa

Jaffa (Joppa) and environs. Tower of the Forty Martyrs, Ramleh / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Jaffa Gate / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Jaffa. Rocks of Andromeda

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Jaffa Gate

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Jaffa Gate

Jaffa (Joppa) and environs. Boat going through the rocks

Crane at Jaffa for unloading ships

[Boat going through the rocks at Jaffa]

Street scene inside the Jaffa Gate

Jaffa. Packing & exporting oranges

Jaffa. Packing & exporting oranges

Jaffa. Packing & exporting oranges

Jaffa Gate

Matson family group picnicing on Auja R[iver]. N. of Jaffa

Jaffa (Joppa) and environs. House of Simon the Tanner / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Landing place, Jaffa

Storm at Jaffa

Storm at Jaffa

Jaffa. Rocks of Andromeda

Jaffa. Packing & exporting oranges

Jaffa. Packing & exporting oranges

Jaffa (Joppa) and environs. Lydda (Lod), reputed home of St. George and the dragon / American Colony, Jerusalem.

[Unloading boats at Jaffa]

Jaffa (Joppa) and environs. Lydda (Lod), reputed home of St. George and the dragon

Plain of Rephaim from Jaffa Gate / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Jaffa Port

Turk mili. [i.e., military] WWI. Street scene, Jaffa Gate

Jaffa. Packing & exporting oranges

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Street scene inside the Jaffa Gate / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Jaffa (Joppa) and environs. Sailing vessel among the rocks