"Horta dos Frades", which remains one of the oldest national pines planted Costa Cabral times
Adapted from "Length of time for select keystone processes to Affect landscape change "D.J. Marcucci / Landscape and Urban Planning, 2000.
Lisbon Contemporary Season Lead NMAA, inv. In 2729 ETNO
Lisbon Contemporary Age Horn and NMAA tissue, inv. In 2496 ETNO
The Aqueduct Real Tomar Convent overwrites the old system, integrating the various tanks as domestic supplies of support and watering of gardens, orchards and adjacent gardens.
The aqueduct enters the fence walled by ridges, the time of King John III, which remain testimonies of the ancient irrigation schemes along the water line, the vineyards and hillside olive groves and old and leafy woods.
King's Chair - Construction steps involving large tank that receives water
Oven room in Micha Cloister of the Convent of Christ
12th to 17th centuries
Templar Castle and the Convent of Christ
15th and 16th centuries
Templar Castle and Convent of Christ (north overview)
Templar Castle and the Convent of Christ through the Ages
Hostel's Cloister ( view of the north wing ) (16th century)
Washing Cloister (detail of a connection to the courtyard of Botica the Convent of Christ)
(15th century and rebuilt in the 16th century
Cloister Wash the Convent of Christ (fifteenth century and rebuilt in the twentieth century)
Micha Cloister of the Convent of Christ (ala west)
com o pátio da Botica do Convento de Cristo) (século XV) Claustro do Cemitério (pormenor de uma das ligações
Main Cloister (Sierra terrace, sold in the background the Church of the Convent of Christ - Manueline Nave and Charola Templar)
Coelvm philosophorvm... Philippo Vlstadio, Forbidden book (BPNM)
Commendations there in the Order in 1590 - Take Jurisdiction
Resurrection of Lazarus
Corridor of the Infirmary of Convent of Christ (detail of the top west)
der Straet (dito Johannes Stradanus), c. 1600
The longitudinal profile sketch Valley Ribafria and south of the Templar Castle and opposite the Convent of Christ.
13th to 20th century
Delimited and privileged to oriented agricultural production for vineyards, olive groves, sowing land and irrigation of gardens and orchards, also dependent on the Philippine aqueduct.
Portugal, wood, metal and paint NMAA oil, inv. In 2247 ETNO
Portugal, Contemporary Era Silver NMAA, inv. In Aw 591
cobre, J. Laudin, século XVII Farmácia Conventual, pintura em esmalte sobre placa de
Pharmacy in Eighteenth century with a turtle and a crocodile hanging from the ceiling. Germany, 18th century (Pharmacy Museum)
dominant plant formations
Habit of the Order of Christ Knight in Portugal, in Historie cronologiche dell'origine degl'ordini militari ...operates Dell'Abbate, Bernardo Givstinian, Venezia, 1692 (BPNM)
Inventory of the Officinas, 1817
Jacob de Castro Sarmento
Yard Garden, confined by the ruins of ancient palaces and within village.
in Friar Jerónimo Román , History of Ínclitas Cavalries of Christ , Santiago and Avis ( c.1536-1597 )
Tombstone with inscription marking the passage of a hydraulic system in the cloister of Santa Barbara, Convent of Christ (seventeenth century)
Orange groves or orchards Espinho, in which there remain testimonies of ancient Inside Village.
Lavatory of Botica of Christ Convent
Book of Hours of Don Manuel, Antonio de Holanda, c. 1517-1538 (NMAA)
The layout of the aqueduct Real Convent of Tomar seeks to monitor the regional relief down gently along the slopes, except in the cross of the valleys by arches.
L’infirmerie de l’ hospital de la Charité de Paris, Abraham Bosse, c. 1639
Thickets of mountain ridges
Monasticon anglicanum... per Rogerum Dodsworth, per Gulielmum Dugdale, Dondini, (BPNM)
Wall Fence - The integrity of the masonry wall that dates back to the century. XVI depends on the unity of about convent, still recognizable in the landscape of Tomar.
In the Forest of Seven Hills subsist old olive residue, culture marked indelibly the region's landscape to time the friars of Christ.
In the 40s the General Directorate of Forestry and Agricultural Services held a number of interventions in the old fence, planting in the areas of the valley in time occupied by gardens and orchards current formal garden.
Olive grove of hillside vineyard
Patio of Botica Convent of Christ (east view) (seventeenth century)
Patio and Philippine staircase ( detail ) (17th century)
Copper and wood from Brazil, PNM, inv. No 451
Pier Maria Baldi, in Viaje de Cosme de Médicis por España y Portugal, Lorenzo Magalotti, Madrid (1668-1669)
Plant 3 floor of the Convent of Christ, 1890
Portal room Botica Convent of Christ (1679)
Gate of the Chapter House, Émile Thérond engraving from a photograph of Andre Lefevre
Recipe for treating Cobrão (S.D.). Excerpted from a notebook of D. Eulalia treatments.
Receipt of payment of the organ maker
Reference to the payments made to the surgeon, apothecary, apothecary of young and fâmulo the infirmary, in Book ade that serve P.A Revenue and Despeza the Sacrestia this Royal Convent of Thomar, 1800-1830
Religious of the Order of Christ in, Histoire des ordres religieux Monastiques et militaires et des Congregations seculiéres, Pierre Helyot, Maximilian Bullot
Philippine Sacristy in Cloister Cemetery in the Convent of Christ (seventeenth century)
Bela Vista Room
Room Bela Vista (seventeenth century)
Attorney room. Micha Cloister of the Convent of Christ (XVI century)
Copper and wood lignum vitae PNM, inv. No 861
15th - 17th centuries
Top view of the Cloisters Cemetery and adjacent wash the courtyard of Botica of Christ Convent
Ceiling Room of Bela Vista
Typus Hominis Interioris, in Idea vitae Teresianae iconibvs symbolicis expressa... Antuerpiae, apud Jacobum Mesen,
Balcony of Infirmary of the courtyard of the Convent of Christ Botica
Floodplains and water line
Traces of mounted
Virgin with the boy. South Portal Convent of Christ Church
View of Convent of Christ
Through the centuries XV, XVI and XVII, they filled it up and landed-terraces, compacted-yards, if lajearam-yards, extended irrigation and rose essential soil to gardens, orchards and vegetable gardens, said in visitations.
View of the Corridor of the Infirmary of Convent of Christ