By: Carta Jerusalem On back: map of the Old City, list of sites and institutions, general information, and index to street names. Language: English Scale: 1:17,000 24x35½ in. (60x90 cm), folds to 5¼x9¼ in. (13½ x 23½ cm)
Modern, user-friendly and up-to-date, Carta’s Jerusalem Street Atlas is part of Carta’s long established atlas series.
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.
A Carta Field Guide The Bedouin shepherds, who climbed into the Qumran cave with an oil lamp, found ten cylindrical jars, closed with clay lids. Eight jars were empty and one was filled with what seemed to be the remains of fruit. In the tenth jar three scrolls were discovered.
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.