By: Haim Beinart The development of Jewish history, its religious movements, Jewish culture and languages and antisemitism are lucidly presented in this atlas with over 200 maps, illustrations, charts and lists. This atlas has in-depth coverage of major themes in medieval Jewish history and makes available for the first time in compact form data on Jewish communities in the Middle Ages. Geographical names, persons and subjects are fully indexed and all the texts are boldly illustrated by maps, charts and vignette illustrations. Language: English Hard Cover, 144 pages, 9 x12 in. (23 x29.5 cm) Featuring: Maps Illustrations Fully Indexed: Persons, Subjects, Geographical Names Bibliography 2 colors ISBN: 965-220-188-X Weight: 816g (27.6 oz)
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.
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.
The contents of the Bible are so closely related to the lands or cities in which the recorded events took place, and in which the documents themselves were written, that it helps greatly to know something about those lands and cities.