Medieval Acre

The Crusader fortifications of Acre were some of the most significant in the Latin kingdom.


Sea Promenade Wall of the fortiications of Acre. Photographed in 2019.


Pisan harbor at Acre. Photographed 2019.


Pisan harbor at Acre. Photographed 2019.


Acre Lighthouse. Photographed 2019.


Acre church of St. John built in the 1700s where the Crusader church of St. Andrew originally stood. Photographed 2019.


Jerualem cross on the door of the church of St. Johnnear the lighthouse in Acre. Photographed 2019.


Relief over the doorway to the church of St. John near the lighthouse in Acre. Photographed 2019.


Moat looking owards the sea on the Northeast corner of Crusader Acre. Photographed 2019.


Sign of the Templar's Tunnel at Acre. Photographed 2019.


Interior view of the Templar's Tunnel at Acre. Photographed 2019.


Citadel at Acre. Photographed 2019.


Bailey of the citadel at Acre. Photographed 2019.


Beautiful hall inside of the citadel at Acre. Photographed 2019.


Corbel bearing the cross of the Hospitallers. On display in Israel Museum. Photographed 2019.


Bowl depicting a knight holding a mace. Israel Museum. Photographed 2019.


13th century stone mold for casting a metal figurine of a saint or knight. Israel Museum. Photographed 2019.


13th century glazed bowl sherd with sgrafitto design of a knight. On display in Israel Museum. Photographed 2019.


13th century pottery plate decorated with the design of a woman holding a distaff and drop spindle. On display in Israel Museum. Photographed 2019.


4 medicine jars from the 12th or 13th century AD. On display in Israel Museum. Photographed 2019.


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