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A replica of the Tabernacle in Timna.
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King David was from the south of Israel in Bethlehem. He lived in caves, the wilderness and finally the palace as he became King of a United Israel.
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OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY The map above depicts the events and locations of King David. Click to view a wide variety of Old Testament maps depicting various events, peoples and locations of the Old Testament.

The empires and cities of ancient Mesopotamia were among the earliest in history. The Sumerians are the oldest known advanced people dating back to ca. 3000 BC.
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Ancient Mesopotamia was shaped by many empires, nations, cities and peoples. These maps depict the various empires and kingdoms throughout Mesoptoamia.

After the flood, the sons of Noah spread out and inhabited the earth. Shem, Ham and Japheth each repopulated the world with their descendants. These maps depict their migration and settlement.
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Noah boarded the ark with his family, two of a every kind of animals and no idea when he would step off the boat, or what the world would be like. These biblical maps show where his sons migrated and settled.

Biblical Maps

Bible maps help illuminate one's knowledge and understanding of the biblical world and the old testament. Many of these maps include Jerusalem maps, Old Testament maps of various topics and country maps to help in study. These maps can be used as Bible study maps for small groups, churches and youth groups.

They are helpful and very useful for students of world history and ancient history. These maps depict the modern countries of thle Middle East as they were from ca. 2000 BC, to roughly 400 BC. This is the general time period of the Old Testament.

The time of Jesus' public ministry, the focus of the New Testament, is generally agreed to have occurred ca. 25-32 AD.  The year of His birth remains a debated topic, ranging generally between 6  - 2 BC. It should be noted the books of the New Testament have proven to accurately portray the various political parties and allies at work in first century Jerusalem.

These maps portray the land of Galilee and the various spots Jesus is said to have traveled, preached and resided. They also contain maps depicting the routes He traveled to Jerusalem for the great festivals. Though much of Jesus' life remains unknown, His ministry was preserved in the Gospels, as well as His movements, friends, relatives and daily life.

It was in Jerusalem Jesus was crucified, during the great Passover Festival. From there His message spread through the Roman world.

We hope you enjoy the wide variety of maps available to purchase and download. Thank you for visiting the website, and we hope you continue to come back.

A view of a distant shoreline from the Sea of Galilee.
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Ancient Israel during the time of Jesus.
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