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Two hundred pictorial illustrations of the Holy Bible

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Sears, R., Redfield, J. S., & Lossing, B. J. (1841). Two hundred pictorial illustrations of the Holy Bible: consisting of views in the Holy Land, together with many of the remarkable objects mentioned in the Old and New Testaments : representing sacred historical events, copied from celebrated pictures, principally by the old masters : the landscape scenes made from original sketches, taken on the spot, with interesting letter-press descriptions, chiefly explanatory of the engravings, and of numerous passages connected with the history, geography, natural history and antiquities of the sacred Scriptures. New York: Robert Sears, Stereotyped by J.S. Redfield) Place: United States; New York; New York. Retrieved from