Berlin : De Gruyter ; [Jerusalem] : Magnes, 
Book — xxv, 326 pages : illustrations, maps (some color) ; 25 cm
Rashi and his maps
Following in Rashi's footsteps
Between Jewish and Christian maps: the sixteenth-century map of the Israelites' peregrinations from Mantua
Following in the footsteps of Christian cartographers
The debut of the tribal allotments on the traditional Hebrew map
Cartographic tableaux of the holy places
From tradition to modernity: the Hebrew map between the nineteenth century and early twentieth century.
"The book presents and discusses a large corpus of Jewish maps of the Holy Land that were drawn by Jewish scholars from the 11th to the 20th century, and thus fills a significant lacuna both in the history of cartography and in Jewish studies. The maps depict the biblical borders of the Holy Land, the allotments of the tribes, and the forty years of wanderings in the desert. Most of these maps are in Hebrew although there are several in Yiddish, Ladino and in European languages. The book focuses on four aspects: it presents an up-to-date corpus of known maps of various types and genres; it suggests a classification of these maps according to their source, shape and content; it presents and analyses the main topics that were depicted in the maps; and it puts the maps in their historical and cultural contexts, both within the Jewish world and the sphere of European cartography of their time. The book is an innovative contribution to the fields of history of cartography and Jewish studies. It is written for both professional readers and the general public. The Hebrew edition (2014), won the Izhak Ben-Zvi Prize"-- Publisher's website.