Joshua Conquest of Canaan
The stock image depicts the territory that the Israelites conquered under the leadership of Joshua after Moses’ death. The map shows the land of Canaan, which includes present-day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan. The map highlights the prominent cities such as Jericho, Ai, Gibeon, Hazor, and Jericho, among others.
The Jordan River, which the Israelites crossed to enter the Promised Land, runs through the center of the map. The land of Canaan is divided into twelve tribes of Israel, which were named after the twelve sons of Jacob, who was also called Israel.
The map illustrates the various battles fought by Joshua and his army to conquer the land of Canaan. The prominent battles, such as the battle of Jericho, are marked on the map, along with the places where the Israelites camped during their conquest.
Overall, this stock image provides an overview of the territorial gains made by the Israelites during this period and the significant geographical locations associated with it.