The Carta Bible Atlas (previously titled The Macmillan Bible Atlas) has been the premier Bible atlas of choice for students, scholars, and clergy for decades. Carta, Jerusalem, is pleased to present a new, corrected, fourth edition of this atlas that includes detailed maps, analytical notes relating biblical events to geographical locations, military campaigns, travel routes, archaeological highlights, a place index, and a new name index.
271 two-color maps and text depicting religious, political, military, and economic events of the Biblical Era, the Second Temple, and the beginning of the Common Era (3000 BCE to 200 CE). Illuminating maps and text are illustrations of statues and likenesses, tools and weapons, coins and artifacts. In addition, there are valuable appendices, a detailed comparative chronology of early civilizations, a key to the maps according to persons, making this work the most comprehensive Bible atlas available.