A Historical Atlas of Lebanon
Historical and modern maps recount the history of Lebanon from its earliest inhabitants to the present day. This book explores the culture of Lebanon using short sidebars that focus on art, religion, and profiles of important individuals in Lebanon s history, past and present and features full-color photographs, timelines, and detailed captions.
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