The Illustrated Atlas of Jerusalem. by Dan Bahat.This is the first truly historical atlas devoted specifically to the ancient and modern site of Jerusalem. Bahat, the official archaeologist for the city of Jerusalem, has written a scholarly introduction to this reference source, which covers over 3000 years of the geography, archaeology, architecture, history, and biblical study of the city. The detailed, informative text is based on recent findings and is well presented, with over 400 color maps, drawings, and illustrations. Highly recommended for larger public and academic libraries as well as for the biblical student or Middle East scholar.