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Bible Lands - Old Testament (Atlas) (2 Vols)

by The Princeton Braillists


Format: Tactile (Braille)

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**Note that these tactiles and descriptions are in English Braille: American Edition (EBAE), not in UEB.

2 volumes, 25 maps, 98 pages
For serious students of the Bible or ancient history. No text; detailed maps with extensive keys. Covers Ancient World, Abraham, Exodus, Kingdoms of Saul, David, Solomon, Israel and Judah, Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Alexander, Seleucids, and Maccabees. Two volumes.

NOTE: The cover Says Atlas of Bible Lands, but the title page says MAPS OF THE BIBLE LANDS — OLD TESTAMENT

Atlas of Bible Lands, volume I

The Ancient World: Geography
The Ancient World: Centers of Power
The Ancient World: Cities
Abraham's Journey — Traditional Route
Places Associated with the Patriarchal Narrative
Egypt and the Sinai: Geography
Traditional Route of the Exodus
Natural Regions of Canaan and Surrounding Territory
Physical Features of Canaan and Surrounding Territory
Entry of Israelites into Canaan
Extent of Israelite Control, 12th-11th Century B.C.
The Kingdom of Saul
Cities of Central Judah and Philistia
United Monarchy — Kingdoms of David and Solomon
Solomon's Empire and the Trade Routes
Israel and Judah — Divided Kingdoms

Atlas of Bible Lands, Volume II

Cities of the Prophets: 9th-7th Century B.C.
Assyrian Empire: 9th-7th Century B.C.
Judah After the Fall of Israel in 722 B.C.
Babylonian Empire
Persian Empire
Judah and Surrounding Provinces Under Persian Rule
The Province of Judah-Yehud, ca. 440 B.C.
The Empire of Alexander the Great
The Seleucid Kingdom and Rival Powers
Expansion Under the Maccabees
Pronunciations and Braille Contractions