Southern Desert

This map shows possible locations for the cities of the Dead Sea valley destroyed by God for their wickedness (Genesis 18). The precise location of these cities remains subject to scholarly debate. The map also shows the possible route Lot followed from Luz (Bethel) to Sodom when he and Abram parted ways after returning to Canaan from Egypt (Genesis 13), Lot’s possible escape route from Sodom to Zoar, and the route from Abraham’s tent at the oaks of Mamre to one possible location for Sodom.

Cities of the Valley

This map shows possible locations for the cities of the Dead Sea valley destroyed by God for their wickedness (Genesis 18). The precise location of these cities remains subject to scholarly debate. The map also shows the possible route Lot followed from Luz (Bethel) to Sodom when he and Abram parted ways after returning to Canaan from Egypt (Genesis 13), Lot’s possible escape route from Sodom to Zoar, and the route from Abraham’s tent at the oaks of Mamre to one possible location for Sodom.

Descendants of Ham

This map shows the homelands of Ham’s descendants through his sons Cush, Egypt (מִצְרַיִם miṣrayim), Put, Canaan and Raamah listed in Genesis 10:6-20.

Israelites’ Journey from the Wilderness to Canaan

This map details the Israelites’ journey from Kadesh-barnea to their camp on the east side of the Jordan opposite Jericho before they entered the Promised Land under Joshua’s leadership. The probable route they took is shown in red.

Genesis 14 Battle Map

Genesis 14:1-16 details a series of battles between two alliances of kings in the Valley of Siddim in which Abram’s nephew Lot was taken captive. Abram pursued the captors and rescued Lot. This map details the movements of the armies and the places where the battles took place.

Descendants of Noah

This genealogy lists the descendants of Noah’s sons Shem, Japheth, and Ham along with the meanings of their names. The line from Noah through Shem to Jesus is shown in red. Name meanings are shown in italics.

Modern Israel Map

This map shows the boundaries of the modern state of Israel. The areas highlighted in green are the so-called “occupied territories” taken by Israel during the 1967 Six-day War – Gaza, The West Bank (Judea and Samaria), and The Golan Heights (Bashan). These areas are now governed by the Palestinian … More…

Genesis 10 Maps

These maps show the possible locations of the homelands for people groups mentioned in the Genesis 10 “Table of Nations.”