Map of Kidron showing the Mount of Olives (Mt. Olivet).
- Abraham's Journey: 2000 B.C.
Map showing the Ancient Near East and the path to Egypt from Mitanni.
- Ancient Near East before the Exodus
Map shows Abraham's journey around 2000 B.C.
- Successive World Kingdoms: Persia, Babylon, Assyria, 640-500 B.C. Eventually spanning from Libya and Macedonia in the West to the end of the Persian Gulf in the East, maps show the outlines of each empire.
- The Divided Kingdoms. 900-722 B.C.
Map of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, showing the outlying areas of Philistia, Ammon, Phoenicia, Edom, the Kingdom of Egypt, and the Arabian Desert.
- The Exodus from Egypt
Map of the Neareast around 1500 B.C.
- Palestine at the Time of Jesus 33 A.D.
Black and white map showing many of the places made famous in the Bible.
- 12 Tribes in Canaan
Map of the locations of the twelve tribes during the period between Joshua and Saul, 1400-1100 B.C.
Philistine and Israelite Tribes 1200-1020 B.C.
Map from Israeli / Palestinian ProCon.org (which means the maps are designed to show modern conflict areas as well as the biblical/historical) showing areas of settlement by Philistines and Teukrians, Israelites, Aramaeans, and Phoenicians, as well as trade routes and passages from texts on the time period.
Hasmoneans 140-63 B.C.
Map from Israeli / Palestinian ProCon.org (which means the maps are designed to show modern conflict areas as well as the biblical/historical) showing the area of the Hasmoneans, Seleuciids, Ptolemies, and the Roman Empire.
Two Kingdoms and Time of Jesus Maps
One map showing Israel and Judea and another map showing Israel (Palestine) at the time of Jesus, with Galilee and Samaria prominent in the latter. For more information, see MidEast Web site.
Also see Neareast Timelines Index