Tuesday, December 16, 2008

BiblePlaces features annotated satellite photos of Jerusalem

Todd Bolen of BiblePlaces.com and A.D. Riddle have a collection of helpfully annotated Google Earth views of Jerusalem that you can download in PowerPoint format. Valleys, springs, gates, hills, and such are clearly marked to provide a quick orientation to the city. Be sure to subscribe to the BiblePlaces newsletter.


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  2. Yes, indeed, a nice site, but I think bibleatlas.org is even better. Check my guide for a full list of mapping resources: http://www.scrollandscreen.com/biblicalmapping/index.htm

  3. Thanks for this. You have had some really great posts of late. I added you to my own blogroll.

    @travissmith Biblemap.org was great. Thanks for the find.