II Kings Israel and Judah
The stock image depicts the two kingdoms of Israel and Judah during the time period covered in the book of II Kings. The map would show the northern kingdom of Israel to the north, and the southern kingdom of Judah to the south. The two kingdoms were separate political entities with their own kings, but they shared a common heritage as the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
The map shows the capital cities of each kingdom, with Samaria as the capital of Israel and Jerusalem as the capital of Judah. Other major cities, such as Bethel and Jericho, would also be marked on the map.
The map also depicts the major events that occurred during the time period covered in II Kings, including the reigns of various kings, wars and conflicts between the two kingdoms and their neighbors, and the eventual capture and exile of the northern kingdom by the Assyrians and the southern kingdom by the Babylonians.
Overall, the map provides a visual representation of the historical and political context of the book of II Kings, and help readers to better understand the complex relationships between the various kingdoms and empires of the ancient Near East.