Atlas India

Discovery Atlas: India Revealed / Атлас Дискавери: Индия (2006)

Discovery Atlas: India Revealed / Атлас Дискавери: Индия (2006)
DVDRip | Avi | XVID, 640x368, ~ 1.8 Kbps | 1hr 38mn | 1.37 MB
English: MP3, 2 ch, 128 kbps
Genre: Documentary

India is revealed as one of the world's rising superpowers. A vast population and landmass, a weight of history and culture that stretches back for millennia. Meet the people that make this great nation.
Discovery Atlas: India Revealed / Атлас Дискавери: Индия (2006)

Discovery Atlas: India Revealed / Атлас Дискавери: Индия (2006)
DVD Video, R5 | 1hr 38mn | PAL 16:9 | 720x576 | 4.14 Gb
Russian \ English: Dolby AC3, 2 ch
Subtitle: Russian
Genre: Documentary

India is revealed as one of the world's rising superpowers. A vast population and landmass, a weight of history and culture that stretches back for millennia. Meet the people that make this great nation.

Zaine Ridling, "The Bible Atlas" (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Oct. 30, 2016
Zaine Ridling, "The Bible Atlas" (repost)

Zaine Ridling, "The Bible Atlas"
ccess Foundation | 1999 | ISBN: N/A | English | PDF | 199 pages | 20.9 MB

Almost every reader of the Bible will realize that the Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation, contain extensive historical materials and innumerable allusions to the geographical background of that history. The geographical references range eastward to the Tigris and Euphrates and beyond to Media, Elam, and Parthia – from which came some of those present at Pentecost – and even to India. Including Asia Minor, Egypt, Ethiopia, and Arabia, they reach westward beyond Greece and Rome as far as Spain, which Paul visited or hoped to visit, and where we are probably to find Tarshish, towards which Jonah started his fateful voyage…
A Petrographic Atlas of Ophiolite: An example from the eastern India-Asia collision zone [Repost]

Fareeduddin - A Petrographic Atlas of Ophiolite: An example from the eastern India-Asia collision zone
Published: 2013-12-29 | ISBN: 8132215680 | PDF | 234 pages | 42.08 MB
A Petrographic Atlas of Ophiolite: An example from the eastern India-Asia collision zone (Repost)

A Petrographic Atlas of Ophiolite: An example from the eastern India-Asia collision zone By Naresh Ghose, Nilanjan Chatterjee, Fareeduddin
2014 | 231 Pages | ISBN: 8132215680 | PDF | 42 MB
A Petrographic Atlas of Ophiolite: An example from the eastern India-Asia collision zone (Repost)

A Petrographic Atlas of Ophiolite: An example from the eastern India-Asia collision zone By Naresh Ghose, Nilanjan Chatterjee, Fareeduddin
2014 | 231 Pages | ISBN: 8132215680 | PDF | 44 MB
A Petrographic Atlas of Ophiolite: An example from the eastern India-Asia collision zone (Repost)

A Petrographic Atlas of Ophiolite: An example from the eastern India-Asia collision zone By Naresh Ghose, Nilanjan Chatterjee, Fareeduddin
2014 | 231 Pages | ISBN: 8132215680 | PDF | 42 MB

Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World  Software

Posted by scutter at Sept. 2, 2014
Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World

Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World | 5.8 Gb

In December 2013 Princeton University Press launched the much anticipated app version of its Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World. The original print version of the Atlas, overseen by Richard J. A. Talbert and published in 2000, was the first atlas to provide comprehensive maps of ancient Greek and Roman territories stretching from Britain to India and Africa.
A Petrographic Atlas of Ophiolite: An example from the eastern India-Asia collision zone

A Petrographic Atlas of Ophiolite: An example from the eastern India-Asia collision zone By Naresh Ghose, Nilanjan Chatterjee, Fareeduddin
2014 | 231 Pages | ISBN: 8132215680 | PDF | 42 MB

The Bible Atlas (Repost)  

Posted by nazarchuk at May 15, 2010
The Bible Atlas (Repost)

The Bible Atlas
Publisher: Access Foundation | ISBN: N\A | edition 1999 | PDF | 199 pages | 19,7 mb

Almost every reader of the Bible will realize that the Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation, contain extensive historical materials and innumerable allusions to the geographical background of that history. The geographical references range eastward to the Tigris and Euphrates and beyond to Media, Elam, and Parthia – from which came some of those present at Pentecost – and even to India. Including Asia Minor, Egypt, Ethiopia, and Arabia, they reach westward beyond Greece and Rome as far as Spain, which Paul visited or hoped to visit, and where we are probably to find Tarshish, towards which Jonah started his fateful voyage. Between these limits, the Holy Land itself, under its various names – Canaan, the land of Israel, or Palestine – with its immediate neighbors, is at the center of the picture throughout. It is not surprising, therefore, that an Atlas should be of great help to every reader of the Bible and particularly every student; but it must be a historical atlas, not only showing, by maps at the most convenient scales, the physical geography of the area concerned and of particular parts of it, but also, by successive maps of the same area, showing the historical changes which came about through the rise and fall of empires, the changes in geographical names, the appearance of new cities and villages and the disappearance of others, and similar historical developments.