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  • His own memories are written in German, printed 1902: Wie aus einem einfachen Mechaniker im Schwabenland ein königlicher Baurat in Jerusalem geworden ist. The book is not easy to find!
  • Martin Gaß from Bitz has written the book: Drei bedeutende Bitzer im 19. Jahrhundert. Bitz, 1999/2000. Schick is one of these!
  • August Strobel has written a book about Biblische Archäologie und Zeitgeschichte: Deine Mauern stehen vor mir allezeit. Brunnen-Verlag, Gießen 01.12.2001, ISBN 3765598070.
  • August Strobel has also written the book: Conrad Schick. Ein Leben für Jerusalem. Flacius-Verlag 1988 Fürth. ISBN 3924022186
  • Bister, Ulrich/Bertelmann, Uwe: Alt-Jerusalem, Jerusalem und Umgebung im 19. Jahrhundert in Bilder aus der Sammlung von Conrad Schick, BRUNNEN-VERLAG, GIEßEN, ISBN 3765510025
  • Schick, Conrad, Die Stiftshütte, der Tempel in Jerusalem und der Tempelplatz der Jetztzeit, Berlin, Weidmann, 1896. 8,363 S. Mit 47 Textabbildungen und 11 lithographierten Tafeln im Anhang. Halbleder der Zeit. Der Einband geringfügig bestossen, Titel mit einem älteren Stempel, textsauber, guter Zustand. Sprache: Deutsch, Artikel-Nr.: Y0810311
  • Measuring Jerusalem: the Palestine Exploration Fund and British interests in the Holy Land, John James Moscrop, Continuum International Publishing Group, 2000, p. 101.
  • The well known Swedish theologian and prominent church leader of the free church movement P P Waldenström made 1894-95 a long jurney in the Middle East and wrote 1895 the book Till Österland, published only in Swedish. From his visit of  Jerusalem he also mention his meeting with the German architect Conrad Schick (p 396). He also comment on the discusion about where Christ was crusified; Gordons Golgatha or the Holy Sepulcre and then takes Schick’s, and the Catholic’s view, that the Holy Sepulcre is the right place. Schick had previusly found that the HS at that time was outside the city wall.
  • Conrad Schick is on Wikipedia.
  • Conrad Schick is also on Facebook.
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