James Fergusson, The Temples of the Jews and the Other Buildings in the Haram Area at Jerusalem (London: Murray, 1878), pp. 11–12, note 1. Apparently, Wilson did take Fergusson’s side in the controversy. However, by the end of his life he came to see that “Fergusson was entirely mistaken in his views” regarding the Temple Mount [Wilson, Golgotha and the Holy Sepulchre (London: Palestine Exploration Fund, 1906), p. 116]. The discovery of the famous sixth century C.E. mosaic map of the Holy Land at Madaba in Transjordan in 1896, which shows Constantine’s church on the traditional site of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and not on the Temple Mount, provided Wilson with the clinching evidence that Fergusson’s theories were incorrect.