Chapel of St. Helena, Jerusalem: naval officers and sailors on a tour. Chromolithograph by H. Clerget and J. Gaildrau after François Edmond Pâris, 1862.
- Pâris, Edmond, 1806-1893.
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Chapelle Ste. Hélène ou de l'invention de la Croix ; H. Clerget lith. Fig
[Paris] : Arthus Bertrand,  (57 r[ue] de Seine, Paris : Lemercier)
1 print : chromolithograph ; image 34.9 x 48 cm +
Wellcome Library no. 37988i
Rear-admiral Pâris appears to have been attached to the French fleet in the Mediterranean in about 1860, and to have been among those given an opportunity of visiting Jerusalem (Briony Llewellyn, The Orient observed, London 1989). The Chapel of St. Helena is an Armenian chapel within the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem