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The historical geography of the Holy Land

espcially in relation to the history of Israel and of the early church.
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R.R. Smith , New York
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The Historical Geography of the Holy Land is a classic, not in the sense of a respected book gathering dust on a bookshelf, but as a trusty tool of the trade, stuffed into the pocket of every serious explorer of the Land from his time and since. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes.

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London, Hodder & Stoughton, The Historical Geography of the Holy Land by George Adam Smith and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   This is a book of Historical Geography so it focuses on the administration of the land, the cities and the population more than on the overall history.

THere are very interesting suggestions here about the Greek colonization of places like Beit Shean(Scythiopolis) and the remnants of 4/5(1). Internet Archive BookReader Atlas of the Historical Geography of the Holy Land. Smith, George Adam.

Atlas of the historical geography of the Holy Land. — London: Hodder & Stoughton, — xxvi, 12 p.: 57 col. maps on 60 l. One of the most complete and compact aids to the student is The Holy Land in Geography and History, 2 vols., illustrated by maps and plans, small but admirably clear and vivid, by Townsend MacCoun, A.M.

(New York: Revell Co., N.D.). The students' illustrated historical geography of the Holy Land, Contributor Names Smith, William Walter, Created / Published Philadelphia, The Sunday.

The Holy Land, from the Persian to the Arab conquests, B.C. to A.D. a historical geography Michael Avi-Yonah Baker Book House, - History - pages. Journal of Historical Georgraphy, 14, 4 () George Adam Smith and the historical geography of the Holy Land: contents, and connections contexts Robin Butlin George Adam Smith was a prominent Old Testament scholar and theologian, whose work on the historical geography of the Holy Land has been noted by historical geographers, though its intellectual contexts have never been fully Cited by: 7.

Since The Holy Land: A Historical Geography from the Persian to the Arab Conquest was first published, no other work of similar scope has been attempted. It covers the historical geography of the Exilic, Intertestamental, New Testament and post-New Testament periods.

The publishers have decided to re-issue this title in its present form, fully confident that it will guide scholars and students Brand: Carta Jerusalem. Buy The Historical Geography of the Holy Land, by George Adam Smith (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). 'Travel book through Holy Scripture') of Heinrich Bünting (–), a German Protestant pastor, featured such a map. His book was very popular, and it provided "the most complete available summary of biblical geography and described the geography of the Holy Land by tracing the travels of major figures from the Old and New testaments."Current use: Major pilgrimage destination for the.

The Land of the Bible is an essential textbook that will continue to serve both scholars and students for years to come. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. This is a landmark book about early Jewish history and geography.

A pathfinder. The breakdown of Twelve Tribes and their clans 5/5(1). Book Overview This long-awaited reprint of Avi-Yonah's landmark work covers a period of historical geography in the land of Israel that has seen little additional comparable research.

Spanning the Exilic, Intertestamental, New Testament, and later Roman periods, this volume is invaluable for Old Testament, Early Judaism, New Testament, and. The Historical Geography of the Holy Land.

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Hodder & Stoughton, Fontana Library Reprint, The Land and the Bible is a more in depth commentary compared to the shorter, orientation requires rotating the book 90 degrees clockwise (e.g., Map ). "The Land of Israel: The Textbook on the Physical and Historical Geography of the Holy Land embodying the Results of Recent Research".

Many black & white photos, illustrations, maps. Previous owner's name stamped inside front and back boards, on front endpaper and title page. Biblical Geography is important because God is in history, and history is forever connected to the geography of the land from which the events in history occurred.

All the events in the Bible happened in time, and happened in a certain place, on a mountain or near a. The historical geography of the Holy Land, especially in relation to the history of Israel and of the early church, Contributor Names Smith, George Adam, Created / Published New York, George H.

Doran company []. Subject Headings. Ginger Barth Caessens, Ph.D., who serves as the University of the Holy Land’s director and primary instructor for UHL’s short-term programs, is an expert in the historical geography of the Biblical lands with more than twenty years experience as a field and classroom instructor.

Atlas of the Historical Geography of the Holy Land. by George Adam Smith. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it Author: George Adam Smith. The Holy Land’s geography affected biblical history The Holy Land is a land of contrasts.

In this country that is approximately 50 miles wide and miles long, one encounters snow-capped mountains (Mount Hermon), barren deserts (Judean Desert), a large freshwater lake (Sea of Galilee) and a .The book begins with a broad chronological table of the historical periods and their dates.

Where necessary, some chapters have an additional detailed chronology. The scale map on which fifty two sites are marked and a table of distances help the reader get a sense of the Holy Land and how tiny it really is.

The historical geography of the Holy Land espcially in relation to the history of Israel and of the early church. [4th ed.]. by Sir George Adam Smith.

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