This book gave me a visual perspective on the movement, persecution and historical events of Jewish history that I had struggled to gain from pure text sources. It brought names and places to light and enhanced my understanding of events. It is a worthwhile addition to the collection on this subject.
These excellently done maps when taken together provide an excellent overview of Jewish history. They provide a tremendous amount of information and food for thought. Moving from one to another new perspectives open up on Jewish history. Maps of course can be no substitute for the story and the text, but this is truly a wonderful tool for helping one understand Jewish history more deeply.
This fascinating Atlas traces the history of the Jewish people, from the early Jewish migration from Ur to Canaan, in about 2000 BC, up to developments in the modern State of Israel.He traces the migration of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt back to the Promised Land, and the conquest of the Promised Land by the Israelites, the whereabouts of the Twelve Tribes of Ancient Israel, the kingdoms of David and Solomon 1000 to 925 BC, as well as the destruction of Jewish independence by the Assyrians and Babyl..