Hendrickson distributes here in the States the amazingly useful and carefully produced Carta edition of bible maps described below:
Carta’s Illustrated Wall Maps of the Bible is a package of 12 beautiful maps ideal for classrooms. 40″ x 28″ unfolded and covering the entire Bible epoch, these Bible maps are specially designed as a teacher’s aid and can be used in conjunction with our Atlas of the Bible, a handy reference index and chronological book (8.5″ x 11). One copy is included in the boxed set, but is also available separately. Carta’s large Illustrated Maps of the Bible are made for use in schools, Sunday schools, Bible classes, Bible Colleges or seminaries.
It comes in a sturdy box and the maps included are made of heavy glossy paper (much thicker, for example, than the road map in your car’s glovebox*) and includes maps and city plans. They are quite large sheets at 40 x 28 and are ideal for classroom work, whether the classroom be at a college, seminary, Church, or house church Bible study.
Maps and charts are so utterly indispensable when it comes to illuminating biblical places. Describing the region of the Galilee is one thing but showing a map of it is quite another. These maps are ideal.
Here’s a couple of photos of me holding a couple of them so you get a sense of their size:
And the set also includes a book which lists the contents and provides a geographical index so if you are looking for a particular location you simply look it up by name and the map number and grid location is provided.
If you are lacking a set of maps for instructional purposes I would recommend this particular edition. It’s really quite helpful. I will make use of it, a lot.
*For the millennials, a road map is something printed on paper which drivers used to carry around in their cars before the invention of phones with maps on them and gps directions.