Who's who in the Bible

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Bonanza Books, 1980 - Religion - 896 pages
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This unique and beautifully illustrated reference combines two volumes in one. This is an indispensable tool for anyone who wants to get to know the Bible better.

• Brings to life all the characters of the Old and New Testaments, as well as the Apocrypha—patrirchs, kings, warriors, prophets, sages, and all those who knew Jesus.

•Thousands of entries are conveniently arranged alphabetically, making this one of the most complete Bible references available.

• More than 900 black-and-white illustrations and maps supplement the text, depicting the places and people of the the Bible.

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User Review  - slaveofOne - LibraryThing

It does what is says it does. An easy reference for any name in the scriptures--including "Apocrypha"--with cool pictures. Read full review

Contents

List of maps
7
Whos Who in the Old Testament
21
The growth of the Assyrian Empire
159
Copyright

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About the author (1980)

About the Author:
Joan Comay is also the author of Introducing Israel and The U.N. in Action.

About the Author:
Ronald Brownrigg is the author of many books about Jerusalem and the Holy Land, including Holy Places.

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