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Overview

Keeping up with the Bible’s many characters and events can be difficult, even daunting. But this unique and comprehensive blend of maps, charts, plans, photographs, and text offers help in finding your way through the lands of the Bible from antiquity to the present day. Arranged chronologically and utilizing contour maps and satellite photographs, the New Bible Atlas combines geographical and historical detail in this invaluable book designed for all students and readers of the Bible.

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Key Features

  • Offers hundreds of key biblical references
  • Provides a contour map of the Holy Land
  • Gives examples of earliest-known biblical manuscripts

Product Details

  • Title: New Bible Atlas
  • Editors: John J. Bimson, John P. Kane, John H. Paterson, Donald J. Wiseman, and Derek W. Wood
  • Publisher: IVP
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 128

About the Editors

John J. Bimson is a lecturer in Old Testament and Hebrew at Trinity College in Bristol.

John P. Kane is a lecturer in Hellenistic Greek at the University of Manchester.

John H. Paterson is an emeritus professor of geography at the University of Leicester.

Donald J. Wiseman is an emeritus professor of Assyriology at the University of London in England.

Derek W. Wood is a managing editor at InterVarsity Press in England.