by H.F. Vos
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2003 Revised edition, Hendrickson. 8+856 pages in double columns, 8 colour maps, 16 colour plates, over 500 illlustrations/maps/plans of places, sites, artefacts, coins, models etc., with charts. Scripture, General & Map indexes.
The Wycliffe Historical Geography of the Bible follows the biblical records from Abraham in Mesopotamia through the experiences of the Israelites in the Hebrew Scriptures, to the life of Christ and the establishment of Christianity in the Greek Scriptures. It clearly presents the historical and geographical development of the biblical lands.
Separate chapters study the eleven Bible lands of Mespoptamia, Egypt, Palestine, Phoenicia, Syria, Iran, Cyprus, Asia Minor, Greece, Malta and Italy.
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