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With Mary Magdalene & 20 Other Immortals in Search of Jesus The little road followed in this pleasing guide is less than 20 miles in all and is more important to our world than any other on earth. It leads back to two thousand years ago, when Jesus preached to the Galileans.
This volume, the first of four in The Carta New Testament Atlas, is about recent advances in history, geography, toponomy, and archaeology, the tools necessary to shed fresh light on the Gospels.
This short book is designed to enable visitors and pilgrims to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem to understand and appreciate what they are seeing.
SECOND REVISED EDITION
Although some of the landmarks of Jerusalem of the first century A.D. remain tantalizingly elusive, we have learned enough of its make-up to allow us to open a door into this historical world.
Carta’s Pilgrim’s Map of the Holy Land is the map every pilgrim needs during his visit to the Holy Land.
This heavily illustrated guide takes us through the history of Nazareth of the Gospels and then a visit to the Basilica of the Annunciation at Nazareth and to the neighboring Galilee shrines which commemorate the Annunciation to Mary by Gabriel as well as events in the early life of Jesus.
This concise guide to the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre describes one of the most puzzling buildings in existence.
The focal point of the Birth of Jesus Christ is Bethlehem with its Church of the Nativity which enshrines the Birthplace of Jesus and the Manger.
Illustrated with over a hundred vistas, town maps and plans, and holy sites in words and pictures, this lavish guide to Jesus in the Holy Land follows the course of the life of Jesus.
Palestine in the Fourth Century A.D. For archaeologists specializing in the Levant, the Onomasticon of Eusebius Pamphili, Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine (c. A.D. 260–339), has long been considered to be one of the most useful works extant from antiquity.
An Illustrated Guide from Bible Days to the Present The River Jordan, the largest and most important river in the Holy Land, has been of great importance, both historically and religiously, throughout the ages.
Introduction by M. J. Dubois, O.P. This luxuriously illustrated volume is intended for pilgrims and visitors to Jerusalem, the Way of the Cross – the Via Dolorosa, and the 14 Stations of the Cross. It is an intelligible account of the origin, meaning and development of this pious practice.
This Atlas represents the first 500 years of Christianity.
The ancient boat from the Sea of Galilee exhibited at the Yigal Allon Museum at Kibbutz Ginosar speaks of pivotal times on the lake two millennia ago, when an itinerant rabbi walked its shores and sailed its waters with his followers, and changed the world forever.