Note 111
From Chapter 58 of the Decline & Fall

The old tower Psephina, in the middle ages Neblosa, was named Castellum Pisanum, from the patriarch Daimbert. It is still the citadel, the residence of the Turkish aga, and commands a prospect of the Dead Sea, Judea, and Arabia, (D'Anville, p. 19 - 23.) It was likewise called the Tower of David, Ancient Greek

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