BRIAN H EDWARDS & CLIVE ANDERSON
This guide centres on those items in the British Museum that are related to the history recorded in the Bible. You will be introduced to rulers, empires and cultures that, without the careful work of many scholars, would have been lost for ever. In this guide you have all that you need to make your tour both enjoyable and relevant. The past is brought to light in front of you.
Brian Edwards is the author of twenty books including two historical biographies, one of which was used as the basis for a British Channel Four television film, and Travel with William Tyndale in this series. He is an international speaker, a member of the Tyndale Society and the editor of this Travel Guide series. Brian, whose wife died in 1998, lives in Surrey and is the father of two sons.
Clive Anderson is a member of The British Museum Society, The British Institute for the Study of Iraq, The Egypt Exploration Society and The Tyndale Society; he leads tours to the Middle East and is the author of several books and Travel with Spurgeon in this series. Clive lives in Hampshire and is married to Amanda; they have one son.
The British museum is a great storehouse of treasures from the past; the Bible is the greatest treasure of all. This guide brings them together in a concise way that will help readers to understand more clearly what each has to offer.’
—Alan Millard, Rankin Professor Emeritus of Hebrew and Ancient Semitic Languages, The University of Liverpool. Formerly Assistant Keeper of Western Asiatic Antiquities at the British Museum.
‘I am delighted that this fine guide is available in a second and fully revised edition. The British Museum is unique worldwide for its collection of antiquities which illustrate Bible times and customs and this guide enables anyone, either alone or with a group, to identify them accurately. It is both reliable and easy to use.’
—Donald J. Wiseman, Professor Emeritus of Assyriology in the University of London, formerly Assistant Keeper in the Egyptian and Western Asiatic Antiquities at the British Museum and President of the British School of Archaeology in Iraq
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