Biblical Geography and History

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STEREOGRAPHS AND STEREOPTICON SLIDES ILLUSTRATING "BIBLICAL HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY"
The following stereographs (or stereopticon slides) have been prepared to illustrate the physical characteristics of the biblical world and the most important events of biblical history. Inquiries in regard to prices, methods of ordering, and other details should be sent directly to Underwood and Underwood, 3 West 19th Street, New York City or to Underwood and Underwood, 104 High Holborn, London, W. C., England. Through them a supplemental booklet (with three locating maps) may also be secured, that gives detailed descriptions of each of the views. Sixty of the most important, that may be used repeatedly to illustrate different subjects and events, have been starred.
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
*1. Relief Map of Palestine (cf. p. 15 in text)
2. Ruins of Ancient Tyre (p. 22)
3. Haifa and the Plain of Acre from Mount Carmel (p. 24)
4. Eastward across the Plain of Sharon (p. 24)
*5. General View of Gaza from the Southeast (p. 26)
6. Shephelah and the Philistine Plain from Tell Sandahannah (p. 26)
7. Highlands of Upper Galilee about Safed (p. 29)
8. Lower Galilee Northeast from Mount Tabor (p. 30)
*9. South from Mount Tabor toward Gilboa (pp. 30, 152)
*10. North from Gilboa over the Plain of Jezreel (pp. 31, 152)
*11. Plain of Esdraelon and Mount Carmel West from Gilboa (pp. 32, 173)
12. Northwest from Bethshean up the Valley of Jezreel (p. 33)
13. South from Gilboa over the Hills of Northern Samaria (p. 35)

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