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right|thumb|200px|Claude Reignier Conder
Claude Reignier Conder (29 December 1848, Cheltenham – 16 February 1910, Cheltenham) was an English soldier, explorer and antiquarian. He was a great-great-grandson of Louis-François Roubiliac and grandson of editor and author Josiah Conder.Claude Reignier Conder at Mitchell Families Online, access date 15 December 2019

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London : Published for the Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund, by A.P. Watt, 1893
 
by Palestine Exploration Fund
London : Photozincographed and printed for the Committee under the Superintendence of Lt. Coll. Carey, R.E. at the Ordnance Survey Office Southampton, Colonel Cooke, C.B.R.E. Director by permission of the First Commissioner of H.W. Works, 1880
 
by Armstrong, George
London : Engraved, printed & published for the Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund at Stanford's Geographical Establishment, 1890
 
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