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The Holman Bible Atlas illuminates the Bible for a whole new generation of students and teachers by introducing them to teh physical, cultural, and historical settings of the biblical narrative. Integrating insights from physical and historical geography, archeology, ancient historical sources, and the Bible itself, the Atlas presents 132 newly designed full-color maps complete with specific biblical texts to assist teachers and students alike in understanding.
Beginning with the physical geography of the ancient Near East and the Levant, the Atlas illuminates various periods of biblical history by outlining eras from the Patriarchs through the Christian era and Constantine.
By utilizing chart summaries, time lines, and more than 100 additional color photographs, the Atlas helps the reader visualize the setting of biblical events.
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Holman Reference
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 X 0.75 (inches)|
The book is presented in two broad divisions: physical geography of the Ancient Near East and biblical history periods from the patriarchs to the Christian era until Constantine. The content is arranged in line with specific biblical texts so that teachers, pastors, and students will see the key events of the Bible and Christianity with exceptional clarity.
Theres also a wealth of written and visual information regarding various people groups (Aramaeans, Moabites, Phoenicians, etc.), great empires (Egypt, Babylonia, Rome, etc.), and the road systems, agricultural year, and economic life of ancient civilizations based on archaeological recoveries.
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Q: Are there clear overlays of current geography with cities as well as political boundaries? Is there and index that you can query for "this is the archeological site I am seeing, what happened here?"
This book only contains maps keyed to Biblical times. There are no overlays or maps containing current day political boundaries. There is an index of people and places, and a separate map index, but they are based on the ancient historical names for the geographic locations. You can find out the history of a particular geographic location, you just have to know the ancient names for the area.
Q: No Page Numbers?? The one review of this atlas stated that the book had no page numbers. When I look inside the atlas at the Christianbook.com website I can definitely see page numbers. So, were the page numbers added after the reviewer posted the review? Was there an initial version that did not have page numbers?
This item does have page numbers on the top, middle of each page.