An Historical Geography of the New Testament: in Two Parts

An Historical Geography of the New Testament: in Two Parts

Part I. The Journeyings of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Part II. The Travels and Voyages of St. Paul, &c. Being A Geographical and Historical Account of All the Places Mention'd, or Referr'd To, in the Books of the New Testament; Very Useful for Understanding the History of the Said Books, and Several Particular Texts. To Which End There Is Also Added A Chronological Table. Throughout Is Inferred the Present State of Such Places, as Have Been Lately Visited by Persons of Our Own Nation, and of Unquestionable Fidelity: Whereby the Work Is Rendered Very Useful and Entertaining Illustrated and Adorned With Maps, and Several Copper Plates; Wherein Is Represented the Present State of the Places Now Most Remarkable. By Edward Wells, D.D. Rector of Coteshach in Leicestershire

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Publisher: London : Printed for James Knapton, at the Crown in St. Paul's Church Yard, 1718
Edition: The third edition, with some additions and other improvements
Characteristics: [24],162;[12],173,[3]p.,plates : maps ; 80

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