Holman Bible Atlas: A Complete Guide to the Expansive Geography of Biblical History

by Thomas V. Brisco (Editor)

Hardcover, 1998



Call number

220.91 BRI



Call number

220.91 BRI




Winner of the ECPA Gold Medallion Book Award, the Holman Bible Atlas is the leading Bible atlas in the English language. Through the use of 132 full-color maps, more than 100 color photographs, timelines, chart summaries, and helpful sidebars, it places readers in the geographical, historical, and cultural contexts of the Bible and enables them to experience its perennially relevant message. The book is presented in two broad divisions: physical geography of the Ancient Near East and biblical history periods from the patriarchs to the Christian era until Constantine. The content is arranged in line with specific biblical texts so that teachers, pastors, and students will see the key events of the Bible and Christianity with exceptional clarity. There's also a wealth of written and visual information regarding various people groups (Aramaeans, Moabites, Phoenicians, etc.), great empires (Egypt, Babylonia, Rome, etc.), and the road systems, agricultural year, and economic life of ancient civilizations based on archaeological recoveries.… (more)


Holman Reference (1998), 298 pages


0805497609 / 9780805497601



(25 ratings; 4.2)

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LibraryThing member matthauck
Pretty dry book, though the maps are very good. The text of the book is actually more of a history book than a geography book, which is okay, just unexpected. It got pretty good around Persia, Greece, and Rome (maybe just because that's the part I knew the least about), but all in all, it was a slow dry read.


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