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Phillip Medhurst's Bible in pictures 134 Christ driving the money changers from the temple

By William Brassey Hole (1846-1917) from “The Life of Jesus of Nazareth” (Eyre and Spottiswoode c 1905). Location of original painting unknown.


Syria Before The Conflict Part Four, Roman Ruins

After a couple of nights in Hama we were half-way through our Syrian adventure. We had decided to take another train part of the way for the hell of it – for less than an hour between Hama & Homs. 638 more words

Middle East


The Triumphal arch was built in 1840 by the architect I. Zauschevic  to commemorate the victory of the Russian Empire  over the Ottoman Empire during the Russo-Turkish War (1828-1829.) It stands in front of the Nativity Cathedral in central Chisinau. 25 more words


What did the Romans ever do ...?

Well for the Gauls in and around Orange (which of course wasn’t called Orange at the time, it’s ancient name was Arusio) in the first century CE, the Romans built a triumphal arch to celebrate their own brave soldiers who conquered the Gauls. 123 more words


25/27 India Gate-Triumphal Arch

Before I move on to my obsevations of India Gate for my project, I would want to share some more information of the same with you guys. 358 more words

India Gate