The contents of the Bible are so closely related to the lands or cities in which the recorded events took place, and in which the documents themselves were written, that it helps greatly to know something about those lands and cities.
Hebrew and Cognate Inscriptions from the Biblical Period This book was conceived and born in the classroom. It is a collection of Hebrew inscriptions from the First Commonwealth period from the kingdoms around the Jordan River.
2ND REVISED EDITION Jerusalem after the Babylonian captivity was all but destroyed. It was in the time of Nehemiah, governor of the province of Judah or Yehud, that the grand reconstruction of the city took place.
A Syllabus – "...the best collection of biblical and extra-biblical sources..." Teaching History and Historical Geography of Bible Lands outlines a path to understanding the Bible. These lectures are a tour de force in the discipline of historical...
16 color Holy Scripture maps This concise Bible Atlas traces the events and kingdoms from the 1st millennium BCE until Paul’s journey to Rome. The geography and history of the Ancient Near East and the lands of the Scriptures is clearly presented in sixteen easily-understood maps.
A set of full-size sheets of 12 maps and plans covering the whole Bible epoch. Specially designed as a teacher’s aid, it can be used in conjunction with Atlas of the Bible which is free with this package.
Abba Bendavid’s synopticon has served Bible scholars since it was first published. Realizing the importance for Bible scholars worldwide, these parallel passages in the Hebrew Bible are placed side by side and lexical variants between the two versions appear in red.
An Illustrated Guide from Bible Days to the Present The River Jordan, the largest and most important river in the Holy Land, has been of great importance, both historically and religiously, throughout the ages.