History in the Bible Podcast

Map of Ancient Canaan

Podcast Episodes: Season One.

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This map shows most of the place names I refer to in season one. The brown-shaded area is the crucial central highlands area.

For more maps, see my page on The Geopolitics of the Bible.

Reference map of Ancient Canaan

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Reference map of ancient Canaan

Ancient Canaan. Most of the places you need to know about to follow the tricky bits in the first season of the podcast. Click the map to enlarge.

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