I Kings Israel Under Rehoboam
The stock image shows the division of the Kingdom of Israel into two parts after the reign of King Solomon. The map highlights the northern kingdom of Israel, which was ruled by Jeroboam, and the southern kingdom of Judah, which was ruled by Rehoboam, the son of Solomon. The map includes important cities of the time, such as Jerusalem, Shechem, Bethel, and Tirzah.
The map also displays the borders of the two kingdoms and the regions under their control. The division of the kingdom took place due to political and religious differences, and it ultimately resulted in a long-standing conflict between the two kingdoms.
This map provides a visual representation of the political landscape of ancient Israel during the reign of Rehoboam.