Reader's digest Atlas of the Bible: an illustrated guide to the Holy Land
The world's most enduring work of faith and wisdom, the Bible also tells the story of great people moving through a land starkly, awesomely beautiful. Abraham travels from "Ur of the Chaldeans" down to the land of Cannan; David flees the wrath of Saul in the Wilderness of Judea; Jesus gathers his "fishers of men" on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. To provide a deeper understanding of the Bible's immortal stories, Reader's Digest has sought to place them in their proper geographical and historical context. The result, "Atlas of the Bible," is a unique reference work and a fascinating reading experience.
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In the beginning
Plants of the Bible
The Holy Land in Maps
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Ahab Alexander Amaziah ancient Antioch Aristobulus army Asia Minor Assigned to Judah Assyrian Babylonians battle Benjamin beth Beth-horon Beth-shemesh Bible biblical border Caesarea called Canaan Canaanite Captured century b.c Christian church coast coastal plain country of Judah Damascus David Dead Sea defeated east Edom Egypt Egyptian empire Ephraim Exile Exodus Ezek Ezion-geber Ezra fled Fortified fortress Gaza Gilead Hazor Hebrews Hebron Herod hill country Holy Land Hyrcanus Israel Israelite Jericho Jerusalem Jesus Jewish Jews Jews returning Jonathan Jordan Joshua Judah Judas Judea king kingdom Lachish Levitical city Lord Lower Galilee Megiddo mentioned Mesopotamia miles missionary journey Moab Moabite Mount Negeb northern Paul Philistines Place prophet revolt River Roman Rome route Samaria Saul Sea of Galilee Seleucid Sennacherib Settled by Jews Shechem Shephelah siege Solomon southern Syria Temple Tiglath-pileser III tion Town Tyre unidentified valley Village walls Wilderness