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Author: Adrichem, Christiaan van, 1533-1585.
Title: A description and explanation of 268. places in Jerusalem and in the suburbs thereof, as it flourished in the time of Jesus Christ Answerable to each of the 268. figures that are in its large, and most exact description in the map; shewing the several places of the acts and sufferings of Jesus Christ, and his holy Apostles. As also of the Kings, prophets, &c. Very useful for the more clear and fuller opening of very many places in the prophets (as also in Josephus, and other histories) especially in the Gospels, and the Acts of the Apostles. Translated by T.T. Reviewed, and in many places rectified according to the Holy Scriptures, and some things further cleared: with additions of many scripture proofs: by H. Jessey. Imprimatur Joseph Caryl.
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Print source: A description and explanation of 268. places in Jerusalem and in the suburbs thereof, as it flourished in the time of Jesus Christ Answerable to each of the 268. figures that are in its large, and most exact description in the map; shewing the several places of the acts and sufferings of Jesus Christ, and his holy Apostles. As also of the Kings, prophets, &c. Very useful for the more clear and fuller opening of very many places in the prophets (as also in Josephus, and other histories) especially in the Gospels, and the Acts of the Apostles. Translated by T.T. Reviewed, and in many places rectified according to the Holy Scriptures, and some things further cleared: with additions of many scripture proofs: by H. Jessey. Imprimatur Joseph Caryl.
Adrichem, Christiaan van, 1533-1585., Jessey, Henry, 1603-1663., T. T.

London: printed for R.I. and P.S. and are to be sold by Tho. Brewster at the Three Bibles in Pauls Church-yard, near the west-end, 1653.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75905.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the sincere lover of the peace of JERUSALEM, The Translator hereof wisheth increase of knowledge, and an improvement of that Talent here, to Gods glory, and perpetual felicity in the world to come.
THE PREFACE.
SEVEN GENERAL RULES For Expounding Scriptures that speak of Christs coming, and King∣dom, and Judging, and of destroy∣ing Babylon; and of the calling of the Jews, and Israel.
A Preparation to a more full Explanation of the Embleme of the Lyon Couchant, over the Earths Globe, under Two Crowns, become one, &c. By Seven Propositions.
The Explanation it self, according to the Letters A B C D E F G H I that are in the Embleme at the top of the Map of Jerusalem.
An Explanation of the Authors names that are abbre∣viated in the Margent of this Book; for help to the weak.
The Reasons why some Traditions of Reliques are forborn in the Translation; and why some are published.
T. N. To the Christian loving Reader, of the Use and Benefit of this Pithy Treatise.
A brief Description and Explanation of Two hundred sixty and eight places of Jerusalem, and the Suburbs thereof, as it flourished in the time of CHRIST.
The places within the City.
The places of Mount Sion.
The Second part of the City.
The places of the Daughter of Sion.
The first Part of the Temple.
The Parts of the most holy Place.
The second part of the Temple.
The third Part of the Temple.
The parts of the Jews Ile.
The fourth part of the Temple.
The parts of the Court of the Gentiles.
The Places of the Daughter of Sion.
The third Part of the City.
The places of the second City.
The fourth part of the City.
The places of the new City.
The Gates and Towers about the City.
The places without the City.
The places on the South part of the City.
The places of the West side of the City.
The places on the North side of the City.
The names of the Authors out of whose Works and Travels this De∣scription of Jerusalem is taken and made.
A Table Alphabetical, whereby the Reader may finde the principal matters contained in this Book.
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