View of Ramla, Israel, with some of the main sights of the city. G. Ruins of aqueduct, probably of the Roman period. A. Monastery of Saint George. B. The White Mosque, built in the Ummayad era; in the 16th and 17th centuries it was believed that this was initially a church dedicated to the Forty Martyrs of Nablus. D. The house of the province governor.
Ramma in Arabia.
[PEETERS, Jacob. Korte Beschryvinghe, Ende Aen-Wysinghe der Plaetsen in desfn Boeck, met hunnen teghenwoordigen Standt, pertinentelijck uytghebeldt, in Oostenryck, Antwerp, 1686.]
Architecture and built environment
The Gennadius Library - The American School of Classical Studies at Athens