The map indicates the spacial extent of the walls of Jerusalem at various stages in the Old Testament periods. These stages include the period when Jerusalem was a Jebusite city, when Solomon made an expansion (Solomon's Expansion) of the walls, and also the periods of the later monarchic Wall and the post-exilic wall.
This is a satellite map showing the southern sections of Palestine, with names from the period of Old Testament Israel. In the map, the Dead Sea and the very southern sections of the Jordan River valley are clearly visible, and it also indicates the places where the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah might have been located.
This is a collection of maps which show various aspects of Old Testament Palestine's geography.
This map shows some of the main regions of the land of Palestine and surrounding areas.
This map shows the geographical features of ancient Palestine, including the plains of Dor and Sharon.
This map shows Palestine's major geographical features.