Ancient Near East
Images & Art
Maps & Geography
Mythology & Beliefs
People in History
Timelines & Charts
Helpful Bible Maps
Biblical Maps for Print
Bible Maps - Biblical Maps and Historical Maps for Bible Study
(Printing Instructions: Open the map, right click and print)
Maps are great for studying and illustrating the
geographical terrain of the ancient world. From the Life of Jesus to
the Journeys of Paul and the Apostles these maps are a blessing for
the serious student of the Scriptures. Without a terrain map it is
hard to discover some of the fabulous topography of Biblical places.
For example in Israel the Dead Sea region is the deepest land trench
in the entire world. To travel from Jerusalem to Jericho was quite a
descent into that region. Jerusalem was 2500 ft above sea level and
Jericho was 850 feet below sea level and the distance was about 23
miles. This made it almost a vertical descent.
Luke 10:30 "And Jesus
answering said, A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho,
and fell among thieves, which stripped him of his raiment, and
wounded him, and departed, leaving him half dead."
God is the author of geography and because He knows the end from the beginning He used geography to help form the great kingdoms of the ancient world. He set mountains in strategic locations to halt prideful man from conquering certain places too easily.
Maps From Around The Web - More to come.
new Color Maps from Bible History Online
(More to come)
Bible History A
growing database of images and sketches of the ancient world.
Bible Maps A growing database of maps for study and teaching.
Reconstructions Sketches of ancient cities & monuments from archaeology.
Holman Bible Atlas: A Complete Guide to the Expansive Geography of Biblical History by Brisco. 304 Pages, 2014
The Story of the Bible
© Bible History Online (http://www.bible-history.com)
Table of Contents
The Land of Assyria
The Land of Israel
The Land of Babylon
The Land of Persia
The Land of Egypt
The Land of Rome
The Land of Greece
The Land of Ancient Peoples