Carte de La Terre Promise
Dressee par l'Auteur du Commentaire sur Josue et Gravee par Liébaux, Geografe.
Jean Baptiste Liebaux
[Paris] :Emery, Saugrain, Pierre Martin
From: Calmet, Augustin Antoine. Commentiaire litteral sur tous les livres de l'Ancien et du Nouveau Testament. Paris, Emery, Saugrain, Pierre Martin, T.VII., 1726, opposite p.1. SX2 = 60 B 1927 Vol. 7.
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An accurate Map of Canaan divided into the Twelve Tribes of Israel; T.J. Blake sculp.
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Bowles's new pocket map of the Land of Canaan, or Holy Land :; which God promised to Abraham and his seed, as divided among the Twelve Tribes of Israel, together with their forty years sojournment thro the wilderness to said land /; printed for the proprietor Carington Bowles.
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