Macmillan Bible Atlas

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The Macmillan Bible Atlas is a book on the geography, civilizations and cartography of the Holy Land. It describes the movements of biblical characters, trade routes and battles. It also refers to archaeological excavations; illustrations of artifacts; and a comparative chronology of early civilizations that relate to the Bible.[1]

When it was first published in 1968, the Library Journal called it "one of the year's most outstanding reference books". The third edition was published in 1993, after which a fourth (2002) and fifth (2011) edition appeared under a new title, Carta Bible Atlas.

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  1. ^ Review of the Macmillan Bible Atlas