WARREN’S WHOOPS. Following his extensive survey of Jerusalem in the 1860s, British officer Charles Warren drew up this plan on which he mistakenly labeled the pool immediately north of the Temple Mount as the Pool of Bethesda. It is properly known as the Pool of Israel (as reflected in the Arabic label on his plan, Birket Israil), whereas the actual Pool of Bethesda (not drawn by Warren, but added here) lies farther north, just northwest of the Church of St. Anne, across the street (labeled Tarik Bab Sitti Maryam; today Derekh Sha’ar HaArayot) that passes through St. Stephen’s Gate (also called the Lions’ Gate) in the Old City Wall to the east.