II Kings New Babylonian Empire and Egypt
The stock image shows the territories and boundaries of the two powers during the time period covered in the book. The New Babylonian Empire, ruled by kings such as Nebuchadnezzar II and his successors, would be shown as a large, dominant force in the Near East, encompassing modern-day Iraq, parts of Syria and Iran, and parts of modern-day Turkey. The capital city of Babylon would likely be highlighted on the map.
Egypt, ruled by pharaohs such as Necho II and Hophra, would be shown as a powerful kingdom in the northeast corner of Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea. The Nile River, which was the lifeblood of Egypt and crucial to its economy and agriculture, would be prominently displayed on the map. The city of Memphis, which served as the capital of Egypt during parts of the period covered in II Kings, would also be shown.
The map includes other neighboring territories and kingdoms, such as the various city-states and kingdoms of the Levant, including the kingdom of Judah, the Philistine city-states, and the Aramean kingdoms. It may also include major cities and trade routes of the time period, as well as notable battles or events that took place between the Babylonians and the Egyptians or other powers.