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This upgrade is offered to users who previously purchased the Illustrated Atlas of Jerusalem: 1996 Festive Edition (C-Jer Illus Atlas). Users who purchase this upgrade will receive The Carta Jerusalem Atlas (Third Revised & Updated Edition) (C-Jerusalem Atlas) (formerly named Illustrated Atlas of Jerusalem). Add this upgrade product to the shopping card like any other product.
The Carta Jerusalem Atlas is a luxurious atlas which clearly portrays the history of Jerusalem through the ages. Extensive research into the history of Jerusalem has flourished over the past two decades. The ongoing archaeological excavations carried out in the city and its environs have often resulted in new and amazing discoveries, giving us an even better and deeper understanding of the city’s past.
This comprehensive picture of the long history of one of the most contested cities in the world will prove of value to scholars, students and laymen alike, and especially for those whom the Holy City has special meaning.
The purpose of an atlas is to present as credibly as possible the main events and situations in graphic and cartographic form. This atlas does just that. The history of Jerusalem according to its various periods is portrayed in as concise and popular a manner as possible while ensuring that it is scientifically exact.
Required reading in universities and colleges worldwide, The Carta Jerusalem Atlas remains the premier atlas for the study of history, geography and archaeology of the Holy City. The Carta Jerusalem Atlas has been thoroughly revised and updated to record the latest findings, and expanded to provide the best possible overview of one of the most fascinating and contested cities in the history of mankind. Includes 20 full-page maps, nearly 250 plans, reconstructions, drawings, and photographs, and a detailed map of the Old City of Jerusalem today.
The Carta Jerusalem Atlas (Third Revised & Updated Edition)
Formerly Illustrated Atlas of Jerusalem
• Authors: Dan Bahat, Chaim T. Rubinstein
• Publisher: Carta, The Israel Map and Publishing Company