You can find on this page the old map of Israel to print and to download in PDF. The ancient Israel map presents the past and evolutions of the country Israel in Asia.
According to archaeological evidence, King David conquered the old city of Israel. He was warned that "even the blind and the lame can ward you off," the Bible says. He named his conquest The City of David and made it the capital of his new realm as its shown in the old map of Israel.

Ancient Israel map

Historical map of Israel

The ancient map of Israel shows evolutions of Israel. This historical map of Israel will allow you to travel in the past and in the history of Israel in Asia. The Israel ancient map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Much of what scholars know about Israel ancient history comes from the Hebrew Bible. According to the text, Israel origins can be traced back to Abraham, who is considered the father of both Judaism (through his son Isaac) and Islam (through his son Ishmael). Abraham descendants were thought to be enslaved by the Egyptians for hundreds of years before settling in Canaan, which is approximately the region of modern-day Israel as its mentioned in the Ancient Israel map.

King David ruled the ancient region of Israel around 1000 B.C. His son, who became King Solomon, is credited with building the first holy temple in ancient Jerusalem as you can see in the Ancient Israel map. In about 931 B.C., the area was divided into two kingdoms: Israel in the north and Judah in the south. Around 722 B.C., the Assyrians invaded and destroyed the northern kingdom of Israel.

In 568 B.C., the Babylonians conquered the ancient Jerusalem and destroyed the first temple, which was replaced by a second temple in about 516 B.C. For the next several centuries, the land of modern-day Israel was conquered and ruled by various groups, including the Persians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Fatimids, Seljuk Turks, Crusaders, Egyptians, Mamelukes, Islamists and others as its mentioned in the Ancient Israel map.