Bible Places: Or, the Topography of the Holy Land, a Succinct Account of All the Places, Rivers, and Mountains of the Land of Israel, Mentioned in the Bible, So Far as They Have Been Identified : Together with Their Modern Names and Historical References

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Gorgias Press, 2005 - Travel - 382 pages
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In Bible Places, H. B. Tristram aimed to provide a brief yet very informative description of every Holy Land site mentioned in the Bible. Tristram intended this book for a popular audience, especially "such as have neither time nor opportunity to refer to larger treatises on the geography of Palestine." Relying on the extensive research of the Palestinian Exploration Fund, Tristram's work afforded many a new and vividly descriptive perspective on the Holy Land and a new awareness of the geographical and topographical accuracy of the Bible.

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