Judah in the Time of David
The map displays the geographical region of Judah during the reign of King David, who ruled over Judah from approximately 1010 to 970 BCE. The map highlights key cities and towns, including Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Hebron, and others, as well as major geographic features such as the Dead Sea and the Judean wilderness.
This map provides insight into the political and social landscape of Judah during David’s reign, a period of significant expansion and consolidation of power. It also allows for a better understanding of the biblical narratives that take place in this region during this time, including David’s rise to power, his conflict with Saul, and his establishment of Jerusalem as the capital city of Judah. Overall, this map serves as a valuable resource for scholars and students studying the history and culture of ancient Judah.