Tissot Painting
James Tissot (French, 1836-1902). Reconstruction of Jerusalem and the Temple of Herod, 1886-1894. Oil on board. Brooklyn Museum.

Fugue-Icons Calendar-Month Movement 05 Fall Feasts Face-off
  The Fall Feasts include New Year's Day (Rosh Hashanah), the Holy Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), and the Feast of Huts. At first, Jesus avoids the crowds and slips into Jerusalem without notice. But when he emerges in the teaching alcoves, arguments break out over Jesus' identity and purpose. Jesus aggravates the debate. Though the religious leaders want to arrest Jesus, the timing isn't right and Jesus leaves the city.
September Tishri
Sun. 24 04 Holiday caravans leaving. Peter mentions Capernaum's rejection, Capernaum. sign-in
Mon. 25 05 Roman garrison trails caravans. Jesus stays put, Capernaum.  
Tue. 26 06 Jesus and disciples walk empy roads behind the crowds, Capernaum to Lower Galilee.  
Wed. 27 07 Jesus and co walk south - alt route through the hill country, Samaria.  
Thu. 28 08 Walking, hill country. Samaritans mostly ignore holiday travelers, Northern hills to Jerusalem.  
Fri. 29 09 Jesus and co walk through the northern crossroads and arrive, Road to Jerusalem.  
Sat. 30 10 Sabbath. Holy Day of Atonement fast, Jerusalem.