Updated and expanded third edition By Dan Bahat and Chaim T. Rubinstein Translated by: Shlomo Ketko 9.5"x13.5" (176 Pages)Publisher: Carta Jerusalem, 2011
The updated and revised third edition of The Illustrated Atlas of Jerusalem, now entitled The Carta Jerusalem Atlas, takes this standard reference to a new level with an expanded size.. Through the lavish use of maps, diagrams, reconstructions and color photographs, the historical and architectural development of the Holy City unfolds before the reader. Each major period in Jerusalem's 4,000-year history is dealt with at length and instructively, with information based on the latest archaeological findings and scientific research. Includes 270 maps and illustrations.