II Samuel Hebron
The stock image depicts the ancient city of Hebron during the time of the Old Testament. Hebron was an important city in the Kingdom of Judah and was located in the southern part of the region, about 20 miles south of Jerusalem.
According to the Bible, after King Saul’s death, David was anointed as king over Judah in Hebron. The map shows the location of the city’s walls, gates, and other important landmarks, as well as the surrounding terrain. It also highlights key events that took place in Hebron, such as the murder of Abner by Joab, and the rebellion of Absalom against David.
Overall, the stock image provides a visual representation of one of the most significant cities in ancient Judah during the time of the monarchy.