Kingdom of Jeroboam
The stock image displays the area in ancient Israel that was ruled by King Jeroboam I, who was the first king of the northern kingdom of Israel after its separation from the southern kingdom of Judah.
The map includes the cities and territories that were part of Jeroboam’s kingdom, such as Shechem, Tirzah, and the Jezreel Valley. The map also highlights the borders of the kingdom and neighboring territories, such as the Philistine cities to the west and the kingdom of Judah to the south.
This map provides a visual representation of the area during the time of Jeroboam’s reign, which was marked by political and religious conflicts with the southern kingdom and the worship of golden calves at Dan and Bethel.