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Understanding the Geography of the Bible

An Introductory Atlas

By (author) Manashe Harel
Translated by Paul H. Wright
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Carta, The Israel Map & Publishing Company, Jerusalem, Israel
Imprint: Carta - The Israel Map and Publishing Co. Ltd.
Published: 27th Oct 2005
Dimensions: w 298mm h 300mm
Weight: 186g
ISBN-10: 9652205885
ISBN-13: 9789652205889
Barcode No: 9789652205889
The majority of the biblical story took place in a very small yet interesting land nestled along the southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. However, fully understanding the context of the biblical narrative requires casting a wider net, one that encompasses all of Israel s neighbors. Richly documented with maps and profusely illustrated, Understanding the Geography of the Bible, the third in the series of Carta s introductory atlases to the biblical world, provides a comprehensive view of the geographical background to life in biblical times. Topography, climate and natural forces shaped the lives of the people of the Ancient Near East and affected their different cultures, economies and modes of life. Their relationship and interaction account for the richness, depth and majesty of the biblical narrative. "

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