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Historical Geography of Bible Lands: A Manual for Teachers (Classic Reprint)
Richard Morse Hodge
No preview available - 2017
Historical Geography of the Bible Lands: A Manual for Teachers
Richard Morse Hodge
No preview available - 2015
20 miles ancient Antioch Appoint a fourth Arabia Assyria Atlas of Bible Babylon Babylonia Bible history Bible Lands Bible references Biblical Geography capital central Palestine chapter coast plain Damascus Dead Sea desert Development Map east eastern Edom Egypt Ephraim Esdraelon Euphrates Exodus feet elevation fourth student Galatia Geography and History Greek Hands of Students Hebrews Herod Historical Atlas Israelites Jerusalem Jesus Jews Jordan River journey Judah Kadesh-Barnea kingdoms of Israel Kings Klemm Relief Map Lake Galilee latitude Locate Macedonia Manasseh Manual Map of Bible Map vii Mediterranean Sea Mesopotamia miles further miles north Moab mountains Nile Northern Israel northward Numbers Old Testament Optional Reference Reading Palestine PALESTINE CLASS-ROOM MATERIAL Pass Stereograph 10852 Philistines Phoenicia Plain of Esdraelon port Red Sea Road Roman Rome route Samuel Shechem shore southern stereoscope Syria teacher Tigris Rivers Towns of Palestine tribes viii voyage Wall Map western tableland westward
Page 9 - It is one of the most densely populated countries in the world, with a population of nearly 1,000 per square mile (400 per sq.
Page 16 - Sinai to the head of the Gulf of Akabah, the eastern arm of the Red Sea.
Page 13 - BC they deported about 8,000 picked men of Judah, the prophet Ezekiel among them. These captives amounted, with women and children, to from 30,000 to 40,000 persons, and were planted in the region immediately south of Babylon (II Kings 24: 10-16).
Page vi - The journey is an imaginary experience, with the dramatic interest of a personal tour in foreign lands, punctuated by a series of historical anecdotes of graphic or homely interest at every stopping-place and by the wayside. These stories are narrated by the teacher in the class room, and some of them are read by the student from the Bible at home.
Page 8 - Jews made settlements after the destruction of Jerusalem by the Babylonians in 586 BC, the other places being on the delta and further up the Nile.