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Daat Mikra BIBLE ATLAS - Large Format
A Comprehensive Guide to Biblical Geography and History 
This Atlas represent the best Bible Scholar research by Israeli Researchers into the ancient Near and Middle East and has uncovered much lost information about the history and annals of the lands of the Bible. The languages of ancient nations -- Akkadian, Egyptian, Hittite, Hurrian, Canaanite, Ugaritic -- have been retrieved, along with their writing systems, making ancient archives accessible once again. These vast treasuries of documents and texts cast a clear light on many persons and events that are relevant to the Bible. To these we can add the finds of recent archaeological excavations, some of which make major contributions to our knowledge of the biblical age – this volume will make clear many aspects of the Bible and illuminate many hard to understand subjects. A Scholarly effort has been made in the Daat Mikra Bible Atlas to describe the sites and historical settings of the events recounted by the Bible. The Atlas presents readers with the events of the Biblical Age, a clear map of the geographical background for each Biblical episode, and a short text explicating the circumstances. The sequence of events, together with the maps and explanatory texts, creates a synopsis of biblical history. This is one of those “Must Have” books for every Bible Library. Large format, Hard Cover, full color Maps, Charts, Photos and Illustrations. Easy to understand and complete with up to date findings. This Bible Atlas makes a wonderful gift.


Coffee Table Size - 336 pages.

Published by Mosad HaRav Kook – Jerusalem Israel.

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About - Daat Mikra BIBLE ATLAS - Large Format

This Atlas represent the best Bible Scholar research by Israeli Researchers into the ancient Near and Middle East and has uncovered much lost information about the history and annals of the lands of the Bible. The languages of ancient nations -- Akkadian, Egyptian, Hittite, Hurrian, Canaanite, Ugaritic -- have been retrieved, along with their writing systems, making ancient archives accessible once again. These vast treasuries of documents and texts cast a clear light on many persons and events that are relevant to the Bible. To these we can add the finds of recent archaeological excavations, some of which make major contributions to our knowledge of the biblical age – this volume will make clear many aspects of the Bible and illuminate many hard to understand subjects. 

A Scholarly effort has been made in the Daat Mikra Bible Atlas to describe the sites and historical settings of the events recounted by the Bible. The Atlas presents readers with the events of the Biblical Age, a clear map of the geographical background for each Biblical episode, and a short text explicating the circumstances. The sequence of events, together with the maps and explanatory texts, creates a synopsis of biblical history. This is one of those “Must Have” books for every Bible Library. Large format, Hard Cover, full color Maps, Charts, Photos and Illustrations. Easy to understand and complete with up to date findings. This Bible Atlas makes a wonderful gift. Coffee Table Size - 336 pages. Published by Mosad HaRav Kook – Jerusalem Israel


Features - Daat Mikra BIBLE ATLAS - Large Format

  • The Biblical Age: Historical Survey
  • Geographical Terminology in the Bible
  • Place Names
  • The Lands of the Bible
  • The Rivers Flowing out of Eden
  • The Boundaries of the Promised Land
  • The Geopolitical Importance of Israel
  • Geographical Regions
  • The Negev
  • The Jordan River and the “Land of the Jordan”
  • The Arnon and its Tributaries
  • The Yabbok and Other Streams of Transjordan
  • Highways and Roads
  • International Highways
  • The Descendants of Noah
  • The Canaanites
  • The Borders of Canaan
  • The Territories of the Canaanites
  • The Descendants of Yoktan
  • Nimrod’s Empire
  • The Age of the Patriarchs
  • From Ur to the Chaldees to the Land of Canaan
  • Abraham in Canaan
  • Egypt
  • The Cities of the Plain
  • The War of the Kings
  • The Proto-Philistines and the Philistia Road
  • The Ishmaelites
  • The Descendants of Keturah
  • Isaac
  • The Hurrians/Horites and Hivvites
  • Seir, Edom, and the Edomites
  • Jacob
  • The “Land of Shechem”
  • The Hyksos
  • Shur, Shihor, and the Land of Goshen
  • The Eighteenth Dynasty in Egypt
  • Midian and the Midianites
  • Sinai
  • The Song of the Sea
  • The Spies
  • The Land of Hormah
  • The Kingdom of Moab and the Kingdom of Sihon
  • The Kingdom of Og and the Conquest of Bashan
  • The Story of Balaam
  • Balaam’s Last Prophecy
  • The Cities Built by the Reubenites and the Gadites
  • The Israelites Marches in the Wilderness
  • The Israelite Camp in the Steppes of Moab
  • The Prologue to Deuteronomy
  • The Regions Mentioned in Deuteronomy
  • Moses on Mount Nebo
  • The Period of the Isralite Conquest: The Amarna Period
  • Joshua’s Strategy
  • The Ai Campaign
  • The Blessing and the Curse
  • The Gibeonite Confederation
  • The Canaanite Kings Defeated by Joshua
  • The Lands Allotted to the Tribes and the “Remaining Land”
  • The Tribal Allotments
  • The Transjordanian Tribes
  • Havvot Ya’ir
  • The Territory of the Judahites
  • The Districts and Cities of Judah
  • The Pre-Israelite Kingdom of Jerusalem
  • The Josephite Territories
  • The Territory of Benjamin
  • The Northern Tribes
  • The Territory of Dan
  • The Cities of the Priests and Levites
  • The Judges
  • The Sanctuary at Shiloh
  • The Concubine in Gibeah
  • Jerusalem
  • The Danite Conquest of Layish
  • Ehud’s War Against Moab
  • The Battle on the Kishon
  • Gideon’s War Against the Midianites
  • Merneptah’s Campaign Against Israel
  • Jephthah’s War Against the Ammonites
  • The Neo-Philistines
  • Samson
  • The Battle at Even Ha’ezer
  • On the Eve of the Monarchy
  • Saul’s Search for his Father’s Asses
  • The Battle of Yavesh Gilead
  • The Battle of Mikhmas
  • Saul’s Wars
  • David’s Flight from Saul
  • The Battle of Jazreel and Mount Gilboa
  • David in Hebron
  • Ish-Boshet’s Kingdom
  • The Battles in the Refa’im Valley
  • Aram, the Descendants of Aram, and Damascus
  • David’s War Against the Ammonites and their Aramean Allies
  • David’s War Against Edom
  • The Revolts of Absalom and Sheva Son of Bikhri
  • David’s Heroes
  • David’s Census
  • The Empire of David and Solomon
  • Jerusalem and the Temple Under the United Monarchy
  • Solomon’s Administrative Districts
  • Tyre at its Zenith
  • Lebanon
  • The Lands with which Solomon Traded
  • Judah and Israel
  • Shishaq’s Invasion
  • Rehoboam’s Fortifications
  • The War Between Abijah of Judah and Jeroboam
  • The Invasion by Zerah the Nubian
  • Ben-Hadad’s Campaign
  • Ahab and the Battle of Karkar
  • Jehoshaphat’s War Against the Moabites, Ammonites, and their Allies
  • Elijah’s Career
  • Mesha of Moab
  • The War of the Three Kings Against Moab
  • Jehu’s March
  • The Samaria Ostraca
  • Elisha’s Career
  • Amaizah’s Wars
  • The Wars of Joash of Israel
  • Jeroboam II
  • The Kingdom of Uzziah/Azariah of Judah
  • At the Mercy of Assyria
  • The Campaigns of Tiglath Pileser III
  • Judah in the Time of Ahaz
  • “Edomites Came to Eilat”
  • The Fall of Samaria and Exile of its People
  • Hezekiah’s Kingdom
  • Sennacherib’s Campaign Against Jerusalem
  • The Israelite and Judahite Diasporas in the Time of Isaiah
  • Josiah’s Kingdom
  • Josiah’s War with Pharaoh Necho
  • Carchemish
  • Judah at the Mercy of Baylonia
  • Nebuchadnezzar’s Campaign in Judah
  • The Exiles in Egypt
  • The Persian Empire at its Zenith
  • The Province of Yehud
  • Nehemiah and the Walls of Jerusalem
  • The Compass of Jewish Settlement after the Return to Zion
  • The Future Borders of Israel according to Ezekiel
  • Eretz Israel in the Talmudic Literature
  • The Middle East Today

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