Lands and Peoples of the Bible
A. & C. Black, 1914 - 288 pages
The Bible contains stories about people from many different cultures and civilizations. This book offers an informative and detailed account of the historical lands and cultures that play such a large role in the Old and New Testaments. Different sections tell the story of the people of Palestine, Mesopotamia, Babylonia and Egypt. Each region's geographic features, historical significance, culture and religion is described in detail. Multiple illustrations and maps are also included.
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