Adams' Chart of History: A Chronology of Ancient, Modern, and Biblical History

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Master Books, 2007 - History - 21 pages
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A vintage reproduction of this famous illustrated time-line of earth history first published in 1871. The fold-out chart features detailed, full-color drawings of various stages of history, from Adam and Eve to the late 19th century, with handwritten commentary throughout.

Perfect for educational settings or Sunday school walls, the 21 full-size panels make it an unique resource and an easy way to learn. Children and adults alike will be fascinated by the gorgeous illustrations that are woven throughout the time-line, creating an intricate and uniquely synchronized visual map of the ages.

Discover ancient cultures like the Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, and more! Delight in the mysterious Seven Wonders of the World and learn where they once stood. Get the big picture of history and how it falls in line with a biblical world view! Have a virtual library conveniently at your fingertips with the incomparable Adam’s Chart of History - get your copy today!


Who were the first navigators?Who was the Emperor of China during the reign of Solomon?What kinds of alphabets were used in the ancient world?What advances in mathematics were being made while Nebuchadnezzar was reigning?How much was a Bible worth in 1440 A.D.?


Time-line includes detailed biblical historyAncient history (including Greek and Roman)Inventions, Discoveries, and EventsEuropean and American early history, and many other details


Based on Archbishop James Ussher’s classic work, The Annals of the World.21 full-colored panels, large format time-line that is easy to read. Nothing on the market in this size.Starts with creation at 4004 B.C. and goes to 1870 and our 19th President, R.B. Hayes.

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User Review  - Lynnette -

Incrediable amount on Biblical and Historical on the 22" long Map. 6000 years in your hands. Mr Adams' put together more information in this great work. I can't convey how wonderful learning tool this is! Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Sebastian Adams, in early as in later life, was a studious and earnest scholar. The son of a prominent family who were patrons of education and science, he would become an educator, statesman, and author during his lifetime of achievements. It was from his mother that he developed his love for reading and the perseverance to create this incomparable timeline of history, developed as a visual classroom resource for his students.

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