Bethlehem

Bethlehem, a village 6 m. S. of Jerusalem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ and King David, with a convent containing the Church of the Nativity; near it is the grotto where St. Jerome translated the Bible into Latin.

Population (circa 1900) given as 3,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Bethencourt * Bethlen-Gabor
Bessar`ion, John
Bessel, Friedrich Wilhelm
Bessemer, Sir Henry
Bessemer process
Bessières, Jean Baptiste
Bessus
Bestiary
Bethany
Bethel
Bethencourt
Bethlehem
Bethlen-Gabor
Bethnal Green
Betterton, Thomas
Bettina
Betty, W. Henry
Beule
Beust, Count von
Beuthen
Beverley
Beverley, John

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Antique pictures of Bethlehem

Links here from Chalmers

Adrian, Publius Æliuvs
Bridges, John
Cassian, St. John
Cibber, Colley
Collins, Anthony
Colston, Edward
Constantine
Herod The Great
Huss, John
Jerom
Rawlinson, Richard