II Samuel Mahanaim
The stock image depicts the location of Mahanaim as described in the biblical book of II Samuel. Mahanaim was a city located in the region of Gilead on the east side of the Jordan River. According to II Samuel, it was the location where King David fled to after his son Absalom rebelled against him and took over the throne of Israel.
The map shows the Jordan River running through the middle, with Mahanaim located to the east of the river. It also displays other nearby cities and landmarks, such as the Jabbok River and the city of Gilead.
The image may be used to illustrate the historical and geographical context of the events described in II Samuel.