Photograph is in a book with a description beneath ; printed description: "(Judges, xviii:12.)--'And they went up and pitched
in Kirjath-jearim in Judea.' Kuryet-el-Anab is supposed by some to be the ancient Kirjath-jearim. This place is now called
Abu Gosh, after a famous old robber who lived here and whose descendants still reside in the village. A tomb has been built
to his memory here by his relatives, and this is one of the most thrifty looking villages between Jaffa and Jerusalem. Kirjath-jearim
is first mentioned as one of the four cities of the Gibeonites. The ark remained here for twenty years and was removed from
this place by David to the house of Obed-edom the Gittite. Eusebius and Jerome speak of this city and describe it as a village
at the ninth mile between Jerusalem and Lydda, and these requirements are exactly fulfilled in Kuryet-el-Anab."
A village on a hillside