Historic Views of the Holy Land

Because of rapid changes in the Holy Lands in the last 150 years, older photographs often reveal features not visible today. Political changes, population explosions, and tourist "improvements" have significantly increased our distance from the ancient world. This CD series intends to help bridge that gap by providing high-quality photographs and illustrations from the biblical world in times past.

This project complements the popular Pictorial Library of Bible Lands series.  Because of the increasing use of computer technology for instruction, teachers of the Bible need more and better electronic visual aids.  The Historic Views of the Holy Land series makes available photographs and illustrations of biblical sites from the last two hundred years, in a high-quality and easy-to-use electronic format.

The American Colony and Eric Matson Collection - 8 volumes
Volume 1: Northern Palestine Volume 2: Jerusalem Volume 3: Southern Palestine

Volume 4: Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan


Volume 5: Egypt and Sinai

Volume 6: Traditional Life and Customs Volume 7: Early 20th-Century History Volume 8: People of Palestine
  American Colony Complete Collection:
(8 volumes on 2 DVDs)
Views That Have Vanished:
The Photographs of David Bivin (1960s)
Picturesque Palestine - 4 volumes
Volume I: Jerusalem, Judah and Ephraim Volume II: Samaria, Galilee, and Syria Volume III: Phoenicia, Philistia, and the South Volume IV: Sinai and Egypt
More volumes in the Historic Views series
Survey of Western Palestine: The Maps Jerusalem, Bethany, and Bethlehem (1880s) Earthly Footsteps of the Man of Galilee (1890s) Photographs of Charles Lee Feinberg (1960s)



Cost: Each CD is $15-40; the complete set (17 volumes) is available for $199.

Guarantee: you will be satisfied or your money will be refunded.

"This is very impressive! It is a "WOW" product from many perspectives. I'm sure the Historic Views of the Holy Land series will be a great success. Thanks for your time, money, and hard work in making these one of a kind CDs available to people like me, that could never afford it otherwise."
--Jim Page