Bridgend, United Kingdom
1839 Monin Map Of The Hebrew Peoples Dispersal After The Flood
This is an 1839 C.V. Monin map of the Dispersal of the Hebrew Peoples After the Flood. This beautifully drawn map covers the lands occupied by the modern day countries of Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Israel and Iraq. The travels the sons of Noah are indicated by color: the descendants of Sem (Shem) in red, the descendants of Ham in blue, and Japhet (Japheth) in green. Minor topographical detail shown, such as mountain ranges, and major cities labeled. Two scales shown in the lower left quadrant.
October 23rd, 2013
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