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eBook Historical Atlas of the Holy Lands epub

by Karen Farrington

eBook Historical Atlas of the Holy Lands epub
  • ISBN: 1904668143
  • Author: Karen Farrington
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: World
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mercury Books (July 1, 2005)
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • ePUB size: 1660 kb
  • FB2 size 1615 kb
  • Formats doc txt lrf lrf


KAREN FARRINGTON is an ex-Fleet Street journalist who worked for several years at London’s Old Bailey. This has great colored pictures and good maps. The first 3 chapters give a brief general history of the area.

KAREN FARRINGTON is an ex-Fleet Street journalist who worked for several years at London’s Old Bailey. She became a fulltime author in 1987 and has contributed to numerous publications on military history. Her published works include, ‘Witness to World War II’, ‘The History of Religion’ and ‘Natural Disasters’. The rest of the chapters cover specific places with pictures and text that cover the history of that particular site from both Biblical stories and other non-Biblical sources. The author also includes pictures and information about the area today.

Karen Farrington is a former journalist who has contributed to numerous publications on military history.

The exploits of some of these figures, woven into a series of religious texts later known as the Bible, chronicle the history of the religion. Karen Farrington is a former journalist who has contributed to numerous publications on military history. She has also written extensively on assassinations, natural disasters, & religion. Books by Karen Farrington. Mor. rivia About Historical Atlas.

Karen Farrington, Joanna Toye, BBC Books. Oils & Vinegars: A Gourmet's Guide. Everything You Didn't Need to Know About the USA (Everything You Didn't Need to Know Series). Victory in the Pacific: Pearl Harbour to the Fall of Okinawa.

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Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal. No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages.

Karen Farrington is a former Fleet Street journalist who works full-time as an author. She lives in England.

A version of the Atlas. New fossil records of Mariopteris can provide a historical perspective on their evolution and palaeogeographic distributions. Three Mariopteris species, Mariopteris yongchangensis sp. no. M. hexiensis sp. and M. s. from the Cisuralian of Shanxi Formation in Yongchang, Gansu Province, northwestern China are described in detail here on the basis of morphological and anatomical characteristics.

Holman QuickSource Bible Atlas. 399 Pages·2011·150 Atlas Of The Bible : an Illustrated Guide To The Holy Land. 87 MB·1,269 Downloads·New! Atlas of the Bible (Readers Digest). 57 MB·791 Downloads·Spanish·New!

Nowhere in the world has a more tumultuous history than the Holy Land, that troubled bridge of land that links Asia, Africa and Europe. Today we are used to watching TV news reports covering the region’s modern-day conflicts. It is scant consolation to know that equally world-shaping battles were being fought there thousands of years ago. These lands have always been a crossroads of peoples and the stage for a clash of cultures, and the region has bred more than its fair share of heroes, villains, invaders, saints and zealots. Their exploits were woven into a series of religious books chronicling the history of the region that later became known as The Bible. Whatever one’s religious beliefs, the Bible contains a wealth of historical fact and an insight into the contemporary culture of the region. This book investigates the background of the Bible, not only re-telling the classic stories but looking at the latest archeological evidence to provide a thoroughly up-to-date account.
Comments: (3)
sunrise bird
This has great colored pictures and good maps. The first 3 chapters give a brief general history of the area. The rest of the chapters cover specific places with pictures and text that cover the history of that particular site from both Biblical stories and other non-Biblical sources. The author also includes pictures and information about the area today. I think this will be a great help in preparing for an upcoming trip to Israel and remain a great resource when I return and follow the news of these areas in the future.
Dilmal
Beautiful and excellent HolyLand history for the bible lovers.
Very bright explanations and maps, but too few of the archaeological finds and evidences support the stories, that already found,
Scream_I LOVE YOU
Great Item It helps me out in my bible studies
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