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This chart will take me hours to enjoy. Looking forward to that.
From what I seen online it was great! Evil attacked it so much that I was intrigued to investigate it. It's wise to follow the persecuted and humble.
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Hours of great studying
I Love the chart I didn't realize it was so big but its great Thank You
Adams Time Chart
What is the Adams Time Chart?
In 1871 Sebastian Adams created a historical time line from 4004 B.C. to 1871 A.D. The time map is 27 inches tall and folds out to a massive 23 feet length! As a result, we have the Adams Time Chart.
Next, we follow the biblical timeline of early human history. First, take a quick stopover Noah’s Flood. After that, launch into memorable events, biblical prophecy, land marks of historical importance, infamous leaders and secular monuments along its nearly 6,000 years of human history. All chronicled from 4004 B.C. to 1871 A.D.
In conclusion, this chart has 21 full sized panels. It can be viewed in book form or opened up to its max length of 27 feet. The chart is hand glued and made of heavy duty 12pt deluxe matte card stock paper. In addition to the chart, a 64 page key booklet is also included! Finally, it is all housed in a protective case for years of use and enjoyment.
Some ideas for use include:
- Home School: An Excellent Resource!
- Sunday School Class
- Personal Study
- Display On A School, Museum or Church wall
- History Buffs: See The Rise And Fall Of Nations In Relation To Each Other
- Bible Study: Bring Your Bible Study To Life!
Others say this chart allows them to piece together all the events within the confines of a timeline to see what happened, when and how all the marked events interrelate historically.
Learn more about the chart on Wikipedia.
“Suzi Feay of The Independent describes the chart’s peculiar design for a peculiarly big scope of human history as something that “resembles an unusually complicated digestive system, with its lines, loops, bulges and branches.”“
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