The Illustrated Atlas of Jewish Civilization

by Josephine Bacon

Other authorsMartin Gilbert
Book, 1990



Call number

700 GIL



London : Quantum Books, 2007, c1990.


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LibraryThing member drinkingtea
Heh, a book about Jews written by someone with the last name of 'Bacon.' Heh. Heehee. Makes me want to have a BLT on a bagel, it does. I must need sleep, because a Bacon-Jewish history book should not be that amusing to me. Sorry, Ms. Bacon for giggling at your name.

The book has pretty maps and has
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a good sense of continuity. The first parts of it might offend those who seem to think that the world is 6,000 years old, but most people would enjoy this book.

Unlike my accounting text, it would not make a good panini press.
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