II Kings Events Sites
The map shows various events and sites mentioned in the biblical book of II Kings. The book covers the history of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, including the reigns of several kings and important events such as wars and invasions.
The map displays locations such as Samaria, the capital of Israel, and Jerusalem, the capital of Judah. Other significant sites include Mount Carmel, where the prophet Elijah confronted the prophets of Baal, and the Jordan River, where Elisha performed a miracle by parting the waters. The map may also show the city of Jericho, which was famously conquered by Joshua in the book of Joshua but is also mentioned in II Kings as being fortified and besieged.
The map may include symbols or icons to indicate particular events, such as battles, invasions, or building projects, as described in II Kings. These events may include the Assyrian conquest of Israel and the Babylonian exile of Judah, as well as the construction of the Temple in Jerusalem and the palace of King Solomon.
Overall, the map provides a visual representation of the places and events described in II Kings, helping to illustrate the historical context and geography of this important biblical book.