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  1. Eventually, most members of the tour group are overcome with Jerusalem syndrome, each one proclaiming that he/she is the messiah. In the 2014 ABC series Black Box, the episode "Jerusalem" (Season 1, Episode 5) features a character diagnosed with Jerusalem syndrome after he becomes suddenly and compulsively religious during a trip to Israel.

  2. Carlo Maggi, a Venetian nobleman who visited Jerusalem and was made a knight of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre in the early 1570s, included the Jerusalem cross in his coat of arms. There is a historiographical tradition that Peter the Great flew a flag with a variant of the Jerusalem cross in his campaign in the White Sea in 1693. Modern use

  3. › wiki › Mount_ZionMount Zion - Wikipedia

    Until East Jerusalem was captured by Israel in the Six-Day War, Israelis would climb to the rooftop of David's Tomb to pray. The winding road leading up to Mount Zion is known as Pope's Way (Derekh Ha'apifyor). It was paved in honor of the historic visit to Jerusalem of Pope Paul VI in 1964. Biblical references

  4. Jerusalem–Malha is the current terminus of the Jaffa–Jerusalem railway. The other Jerusalem station on this line is the Biblical Zoo station which is served by limited stops. Jerusalem Malha was opened on April 9, 2005, when the historic Jaffa–Jerusalem railway was restored after being out of service for six years.

  5. Simeon of Jerusalem was a Jewish Christian leader and according to most Christian traditions the second Bishop of Jerusalem (63 or 70–107 or 117), succeeding James, brother of Jesus. Simeon is sometimes identified with Simon, brother of Jesus , and has also been identified with the Apostle Simon the Zealot .

  6. Contents move to sidebar hide Début 1 Enfance et adolescence 2 Sacre 3 Baudouin IV roi de Jérusalem 4 Baudouin et Guy de Lusignan 5 Règne commun avec Baudouin V et mort 6 Ascendance 7 Notes et références 8 Annexes Afficher / masquer la sous-section Annexes 8.1 Bibliographie 8.2 Fortune littéraire, musicale et cinématographique 8.2.1 Livres 8.2.2 Chansons 8.2.3 Film 8.3 Articles connexes ...

  7. The feudal nobility and the kingdom of Jerusalem, 1147 - 1277. Macmillan. Runciman, Steven (1952). A History of the Crusades: The Kingdom of Jerusalem and the Frankish East, 1100-1187. Vol. 2. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0241298768. Runciman, Steven (1954). A History of the Crusades: The Kingdom of Acre and the Later Crusades. Vol. 3.

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