Intertestamental Color Maps

Series of Intertestamental Color Maps for the Study of the Word of God

Map of Alexander the Great - Decisive Battles (336-323 B.C.) - This map reveals the route of Alexander the Great through Greece, Africa, and Asia, and his decisive battles at Granicus, Issus, Gaugamela, and Hydaspes. (Color Map)

Map of the Campaigns of Alexander the Great - Alexander III "the Great" became one of the greatest military commanders in all of history. His major battles are marked on the map by the fiery sun symbol. Alexander conquered the vast Persian Empire which had swallowed up the territories of earlier empires: the Egyptian, Assyrian, and Babylonian. He ruled from Greece to India, and suddenly died in Babylon. (Color Map)

Map of the Donations of Alexandria (34 B.C.) - This map reveals the Roman provinces belonging to Marc Antony, Italy and the Roman provinces belonging to Octavian, the territories belonging to Cleopatra's children, and the boundary between Antony and Octavian. (Color Map)

(More to Come)