This pull-out Hebrew map was created by Abraham bar Jacob, a Christian pastor from the Rhineland who converted to Judaism and moved to Amsterdam where he became a copper engraver. The map was created for a haggadah printed in 1695; the many reprints of the map that appeared in later editions attest to its popularity. The Mediterranean Sea is depicted in the lower portion of the map, Egypt is placed to the right, and the Promised Land appears at the top of the page. The framed chart lists the forty-one posts where the Israelites stopped on their journey through the desert. At the bottom of the map, the prophet Jonah is about to be swallowed by the whale. He emerges from the mouth of the whale and lands on dry land. Directly under the drawing, Abraham bar Jacob has written his name in Hebrew letters.