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Leonard's Biblical Chronological Chart

Leonard's Biblical Chronological Chart
Item# CUR-leonards_chart
$8.99

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Leonard's Biblical Chronological Chart

9780890515822
Retail Price: $8.99

Originally published in circa-1860 and beautifully bound in hardcover form, Leonard’s Biblical Chronological Chart is one of the most concise and helpful reference tools you will ever own!

This faithful reproduction of the 19th century original is a visual wonder and a treasure trove of historical fact, biblical chronology, and Old Testament genealogy. Even the ornate edging contains fascinating details that will help explain some of the most common concepts, cultural facts, and details of measurements and dates as revealed in the Bible.

• Easily folds out to an intricately-detailed 29" x 34" chart
• Contains several engraved maps: the journeys of St. Paul, the area of Canaan, and journeys of the Children of Israel
• Lineage of the family of Jacob, the Kings of Judah, and the Kings of Israel are shown

Leonard’s Biblical Chronological Chart folds up easily and securely to preserve it for generations to come. Enhance your understanding of biblical history with this one-of-a-kind resource!

Accessories

Adams' Chart of History
The Chronology of the Old Testament
The Complete Works of Flavius Josephus
Newton's Revised History of Ancient Kingdoms
Historic Masterpiece Set
Age of the Earth / Universe
Geochronology is the scientific study of the age of the Earth, and the temporal sequence of events related to the formation of the planet and the history of life on Earth. The word is derived from Geo meaning Earth, and chronology, which is the study of time, or a record of events in the order of their occurrence (timeline). It is from this field of study that fossils and artifacts are dated based on the perceived age of the geological layers in which they are located. Geologists determine the age of rocks, fossils, and sediments using a variety of methods including relative and absolute dating.

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