A Historical Atlas of the Jewish People: From the Time of the Patriarchs to the Present

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Elie Bar-Nāvîʼ, Miriam Eliav-Feldon, Denis Charbit
Schocken Books, 2002 - History - 321 pages
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The history of the Jews spans more than two millenia and encompasses most parts of the globe--an extraordinary saga which is set forth pictorially in this comprehensive, and richly illustrated and designed volume. With hundreds of brilliantly detailed maps, photographs, and drawings, and chronologies and commentaries by leading experts, A Historical Atlas of the Jewish People is both an authoritative reference work and a sumptuous gift volume.

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A historical atlas of the Jewish people: from the time of the patriarchs to the present

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Publishing an atlas purporting to cover the history of the Jewish people from antiquity to the present is a courageous, even audacious act, particularly when all this is to be done in fewer than 300 ... Read full review

Contents

ROMAN PALESTINE
37
16TH18TH CENTURIES
138
12TH17TH CENTURIES
144
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Elie Barnavi is Director of the Department of History at the University of  Tel Aviv and Associate Professor at the Ecole des Haute Etudes et Sciences Sociales in Paris.

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