Tabor, Mount

Tabor, Mount, an isolated cone-shaped hill, 1000 ft. in height and clothed with olive-trees, on the NE. borders of Esdraëlon (q.v.), 7 m. E. of Nazareth. A tradition of the 2nd century identifies it as the scene of the Tranfiguration, and ruins of a church, built by the Crusaders to commemorate the event, crown the summit.

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

Taboo * Tabriz
Syzygy
Szechuan
Szegedin
Tabard
Tabernacle
Table Mountain
Tables, The Twelve
Tablets
Table-turning
Taboo
Tabor, Mount
Tabriz
Tacitus, Cornelius
Tacna
Tacoma
Tadmor
Tael
Taganrog
Taglioni, Maria
Tagus
Tahiti

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