Kings and Carpenters: One Hundred Bible Land Jobs You Might Have Praised or Panned
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Kings and Carpenters: One Hundred Bible Land Jobs You Might Have Praised or Panned

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"Ever thought of becoming a water hauler?"

"How about a necromancer?"

Life was tough in Old Testament times. People had to cross deserts on foot, grow food on parched land and deal with earthquakes, drought and disease.

Had you lived then, you might not have wanted to be a water hauler. That would have meant walking for miles with a heavy jar full of water on your head. Perfu...more
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Annick Press
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