Photograph is in a book with a description beneath ; printed description: "(Matt., xi:22.)--It must have grieved the Son
of God beyond the power of expression when his own people and the cities of his own Galilee did not repent and turn away from
their sins while daily witnessing his mighty works. Speaking of Bethsaida and Chorazin, He said: 'It shall be more tolerable
for Tyre and Sidon at the day of judgment than for you.' It is a curious thing that even to-day there are some remains of
Tyre and Sidon, but not a single vestige of Chorazin and Bethsaida. Tyre was the great city of the Phoenicians. It was once
the capital and center of the world's commerce. Tyre was leveled to the ground by Alexander the Great, but was afterward rebuilt.
It is no longer a place of commercial importance. It was here that Jesus wrought a cure, and said to the woman: 'O woman!
Great is thy faith.'" See 5264BAI/LVi182CAJS (Voyager # 360126)
Rooftop view of the port of Tyre with boats in the harbor