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An Illustrated Survey This unique atlas presents the results of all the latest excavations and research.
From the Second Millennium B.C. to the First Century A.D., this compact and lavishly illustrated Bible Atlas, with its many maps, illuminates the biblical period and provides the reader with a visual background to the beauty of the Holy Scriptures. Now revised, it will serve another generation in gaining a better image of the Holy Writ.
This colorful and instructive classroom aid follows all major regions, kingdoms and events, chronologically, of the ancient world.
With Ramat Gan, Givatayim and Bnei Brak. On back: list of sites and institutions, general information, and index to street names.
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A clear, attractive, and useful map of the Old City of Jerusalem…
A Wall Chart – Carta’s Millennium Maps of the Holyland portray the extent of territorial control of the Holy Land at the turn of four millennia.
Clearly presented colorful map of the Middle East showing major roads, railways and towns. – Alongside the map are vignettes of valuable information on each country in the Middle East. – Inset of world map showing area of the Middle East.
This detailed handbook of the Biblical World presents the reader with a review of the ancient world, from the Fourth Millennium BCE through till the Bar Kochba Revolt of 132-135 CE.
A set of 6 full-size sheet maps of historical Jerusalem. Large and clearly presented maps of Old and New Testament Jerusalem set upon its unique topographical background.
This dictionary is intended for English speakers with a basic knowledge of Hebrew who have a keen desire to read the Bible in its original language. Compilation was done with careful methodology and almost every entry in this dictionary appears at least six times in the Hebrew Bible.
Hebrew and Cognate Inscriptions from the Biblical Period This book was conceived and born in the classroom. It is a collection of Hebrew inscriptions from the First Commonwealth period from the kingdoms around the Jordan River.
A Carta Field Guide The abundance of fresh water always drew people to Ein Gedi, the largest oasis on the western side of the Dead Sea.