Macmillan Bible Atlas

Macmillan Bible Atlas

The Macmillan Bible Atlas is a book on the geography, civilizations and cartography of the Holy Land. It describes the movements of biblical characters, trade routes and battles. It also refers to archaeological excavations; illustrations of artifacts; and a comparative chronology of early civilizations that relate to the Bible. [Review of the Macmillan Bible Atlas http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0002-7189(196909)37%3A3%3C297%3ATMBA%3E2.0.CO%3B2-M]

When it was first published in 1968, the Library Journal called it "one of the year's most outstanding reference books".

References

Yohanan Aharoni et al, 1968, "The Macmillan Bible Atlas", Macmillan Publishers ISBN 0025006053


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