The sacred bridge: Carta's atlas of the Biblical world

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Carta, Dec 30, 2006 - Religion - 448 pages
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Anson Rainey is known as perhaps the preeminent historical geographer of the Holy Land of this generation. In this completely new book, he and Steven Notley (who covers the New Testament era) provide a fresh, thorough historial atlas of the Bible.

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User Review  - Jimmy Reagan - Goodreads

It is the most detailed atlas I have–The Sacred Bridge by Rainey and Notley. I'll admit it's a luxury but it is the ultimate one available. The maps are small, but the text is detailed to almost every ... Read full review

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Foreword
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Archaeology
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World Economy and Society
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Copyright

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