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A man is standing in a large valley with vegetation; mountains in the background and cacti in the right foreground

Title Valley of Esdraelon, Jezreel, or Megiddo with the mountains of Gilboa This plain has been the scene of many important incidents,--the defeat of Sisera. Jud. IV & V.--Gideon's victory Jud VI 33. Saul's death 1 Sam XXVIII--the slaughter of the prophets 1 K XVIII 40--the fall of Josiah 2 K XXIII.-- &c. &c. Armageddon is mentioned Rev XVI.
Co-Author Trotter (London) 1985/02
England) Francis Frith (Reigate
Creation Date 1866-1867
Notes Title printed on the matte
series number (1722) is printed in white on the photograph
Information from verso of card: "(voir cactus)--voir 2069GOO/AAF26 identique sauf [...] et versets differents"
Label for "Frith's Photo-Pictures The Universal Series"
Format 1 item : albumen
20.8 x 15.2 cm ( 8.125 x 6 in)..
Language English
System Number 997000027070405171

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