A diagram of the city of Jerusalem, rebuilt under Ezra and Nehemiah in the 6th and 5th centuries B.C., after the return of the Babylonian exiles. Please note that this layout is indicative only, as many of the locations mentioned in Nehemiah are difficult to pinpoint precisely. PDF version (212 KB)
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Thanks for your excellent work. We’re currently teaching through the chronology of the return from exile and this will be very helpful!
My pleasure, William. I’m glad it’s helpful.
Thank you for this beautiful map! I found it while searching for a map to illustrate the rebuilding of the wall for a new blog I’m launching soon! May I link to this post? (current blog is daughtersheart dot wordpress)
My pleasure, Aymie. Yes, by all means link to this post to your blog.
Thank you! I’m actually going to put a link to your entire blog on the Resources page of my new blog as well. Your site is fantastic! Thank you for all the hard work I know goes into making all of these!
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