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The Carta Bible Atlas

4.19  ·  Rating Details ·  37 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
This fourth edition of the best-selling The Macmillan Bible Atlas brings the latest findings of biblical, historical, and archaeological research to its sweeping cartographic portrayal of biblical history.
- settlement and mass migrations of populations
- skirmishes, battles, and conquests described in the Bible
- economic developments, trade routes, and natural resources
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Hardcover, 223 pages
Published January 1st 2004 by Carta Jerusalem (first published 1968)
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Erik Graff
Mar 02, 2014 Erik Graff rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone
Recommended to Erik by: no one
Shelves: reference
This is an excellent reference, not only for students of the bible, but also for anyone studying Near Eastern History. One of the nicer things about the obsessive perdurance of Judeo-Christian beliefs is that it has generated so much scholarship and popularity that references like this one are widely available at low cost.
Jimmy Reagan
Mar 07, 2013 Jimmy Reagan rated it it was amazing
The best Bible atlas for the pastor would be what is now called The Carta Bible Atlas which for years was called The MacMillan Bible Atlas. I have the older edition, but the newer one is little changed and expensive. It is far superior in the OT than the NT, but even the NT maps are helpful. It is written by Aharoni and Avi-Yonah, Jewish scholars who lived in the Bible lands. I doubt they were believers, but the OT was the heritage of their people and they put together the best. The graphics are ...more
Herbert Jacques
sorry, l can't open it. What to do?
Thom Dunn
This came up when I called for "The Macmillan Bible Atlas"--same author, Yohanan Aharoni. Highly recommended , shows every route ever taken in the Bible and location of all known sites.
Jan 11, 2008 Dmcconkey rated it really liked it
An excellent reference work that looks at the Bible from Historical Geographic perspective – places the scripture in context of the land.
Brandon Harvey
Dec 17, 2013 Brandon Harvey rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bible-study
Probably the best Bible Atlas on the Market. The only way to make it better would be to web enable it.
Covenant Presbyterian Springfield Ohio
Call Number: 220.9 AHA

We have the 1968 edition.

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