Geographical Maps

Geographical and Physical Maps for the Study of the Word of God

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Maps From Around The Web - Interesting maps of Israel and the Bible world.

Map of the Physical Features of Ancient Israel - This map includes some of the geographical features of the land of Israel including: the Valley of Jezreel, Plain of Sharon, Coastal Plain, Central Hills, Jordan Valley, Plain of Philistia, Shephelah, The Negev, Wilderness of Judah, and Transjordanian Highlands. These physical features make up the country of of Israel. (Black and White Map)

Map of Ancient Israel's Bodies of Water - Map of the Rivers, Lakes and Seas in Ancient Israel. The rivers and streams from north to south are: Leontes, Qishon, Yarmuk, Jordan, Far'a, Jabbok, Kanah, Aijalon, Qilt, Sorek, es-Sant, Zephathah, Arnon, Sayyal, and Ghazzeh. The Lakes and Seas are: Mediterranean, Lake Hula, Sea of Galilee, and the Dead Sea. (Color Map)

Map of Ancient Israel's Natural Divisions - The land of Israel can be divided into four main geographical regions: The Coastal Plain, the Hill Country, The Great Rift of the Jordan Valley, The Transjordan Highlands. First is the Coastal Plain is filled with sand dunes and fertile alluvial soil. Second is the Hill Country is like a staircase of high hills in the north and smaller hills in the south Third is the Great Rift of the Jordan Valley which is a deep land trench 1500 feet below sea level. Fourth is the Transjordan Highlands which is a high plateau range about 4,000 feet above sea level which descends east into the Syrian-Arabian Desert. (Color Map)

Mount Ararat Comparison - Topographical illustration of Mount Ararat compared to other mountains. Mount Ararat is where Noah's Ark came to rest (Gen 8:4). This illustration reveals Mount Ararat (16,873 feet above sea level) in comparison to other mountains mentioned in the Bible. (Color Map)

1949 Map of Israel with Boundaries - When the new state of Israel flag was raised the Arabs rallied an attack outnumbering the Jews 100-1 in people, 40-1 in troops, 1,000-1 in military equipment, and 5,000-1 in land. When Britain left Israel the Jews were on their own with 1 rifle to every 5 soldiers and no artillery. Palestinian guerillas were nearby when they heard the news, they organized along with Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia. Their ultimate goal was the extermination of every Jew in the world. The Arab general proclaimed, "This will be a war of extermination and a momentous massacre which will be spoken of like the Mongolian massacres and the Crusades." The world was watching and were astonished to see the Jews winning on every front and the Arabs retreating. (Color Map)

Map of the Profile of the Jordan - Map of the Jordan River with Hills and Cross Section (side view). This profile of the Jordan River between the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea compares various mountains, hills, and valleys in the land of Israel with the sea level. (Color Map)

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