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Researching Maps in General, Maps in Jewish History, and in the Land of Israel

Cartography allows us to geographically better understand the world we inhabit. Maps have a political, aesthetic, scientific, and hermeneutic significance. Maps let us not only navigate the planet, but also the way our minds organize known space.


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