Sample hand-drawn map for exam


Map drawn by student for first exam in Introduction to Biblical Literature

On the first exam in Introduction to Biblical Literature, students may be asked to hand draw a map of the eastern Mediterranean and indicate the location of several places. Check the study guide to see what the expectations (including locations to be marked) are for your particular class.

Maps will not be graded on either artistic quality or eacdtness to scale. Below is an example of what will meet the expecatations. As you can see, it's not the most precise map that's ever been drawn. However, it does indicate the person drawing it would be able to point to all of the places on a printed map of that area of the world.

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