Atlases, Guides, Maps, and More
Carta Jerusalem, the long-established cartographic firm that holds the world’s largest collection of biblical study materials, is now partnering with Hendrickson Publishers to extend its distribution. Carta’s prestigious publications include maps, texts, and illustrations depicting history and historical geography of Bible lands and cultures, as well as the turbulent history of Jerusalem and other sacred sites, biblical and later archaeology of the Holy Land, and a variety of related subjects such as the Dead Sea Scrolls and more.
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Jerusalem: Biblical Archaeology
Binding: Two-sided sheet with maps
Jerusalem: Biblical Archaeology is a detailed and colorful map designed especially for tourists that elegantly displays all the archaeological sites one may visit in and around Jerusalem. A must-have resource for tourists, students of archaeology, or anyone interested in the fascinating history of this holy city, this treasure trove of information was was developed in collaboration with the Israel Antiquities Authority and contains the most up-to-date available archaeological data.
More than just a map, it also contains additional information about Jerusalem’s most precious archaeological sites, such as Mount Zion, the Mount of Olives, the Kidron Valley, the Ben Hinnom Valley, the Via Dolorosa, and the vitally important water aqueducts that permitted the ancient city of Jerusalem to flourish.
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Carta’s New Century Handbook and Atlas of the Bible
Carta’s New Century Handbook and Atlas of the Bible presents the reader with a review of the ancient world, from the Fourth Millennium BCE up through the Bar Kochba Revolt of 132-135 CE. This Bible atlas provides a detailed backdrop to the Holy Scriptures and sheds light on all the major empires and salient events which are necessary in order to understand the biblical world. A masterpiece of scholarship, Carta’s New Century Handbook and Atlas of the Bible is a concise version of Carta’s more extensive The Sacred Bridge.