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Alexander the Great founded his namesake city, Alexandria, in 331 B. in Egypt.

Egypt

Egypt looms large in the biblical world--find out how and why with this collection of content.

Vietnam Veteran Speaks Out

A healing community of Vietnam veterans, their families and friends. They have the truths and America should hear them.

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Nineveh is located in Upper Mesopotamia, along the Tigris River, in the modern-day city of Mosul, Iraq.

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Map of Paul's Third Missionary Journey (Bible History Online)

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Bethlehem is located less than 5 miles from Jerusalem, in the hills of Judah.

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Mesopotamia, “the land between rivers,” (or modern-day Iraq) is the birthplace of the world's earliest civilizations.

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, the kingdom of Herod the Great was divided among three of his surviving sons.

Rome

Rome is located near the Mediterranean coast on the western side of central Italy, along the Tiber River.

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Israel/Palestine is a land bridge located between the Mediterranean Sea and the Arabian Desert that provided an important connection between Egypt and Mesopotamia in ancient times.

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Samaria was the capital of the northern kingdom of Israel, built by King Omri in the ninth century B.

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Khirbet Qumran is the Arabic name for a site situated along the northwest shore of the Dead Sea, where arguably the greatest archaeological discovery of the century was found, the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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Hazor stood at the crossroads of the major trade routes linking Egypt to Mesopotamia.

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