A Historical Atlas of Israel
This historical atlas tracks the Holy Land from its earliest history to its position in the volatile politics of the region in the present day. Using both historical and modern maps, primary source images, timelines, extensive resources, and detailed captions, this easy-to-understand book offers detail on the history, culture, and people of this significant country.
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