A Historical Atlas of Jordan
The political implications of Jordan's position in this explosive area of the world are significant. This important book uses historical and modern maps to explore the history, and culture of Jordan. From the earliest inhabitants of the country, to its position in the current situation in the Middle East, this history of Jordan is told with a timeline, and details about its art, religion, and important individuals in its history. Concise and informative, this important atlas details Jordan's development from its earliest history to present day.
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