A must-have for Bible scholars, this informative map holds an abundance of details about the history of Turkey, Cyprus, Syria, Iraq, Transjordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Kuwait, western Iran, and northeastern Egypt. Appearing in National Geographic in December 1946, this work captures both the cradle of western civilization in Biblical times and the Holy Land of the late 1940s. Historical insets show the traditional route of the Exodus, St. Paul's travels, and the Crusades; capitals, cities, towns, principal archaeological sites, ruins, and battle sites; roads, principal railways, and canals; natural features; oil fields, pipelines, pumping stations, and refineries.
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