With the Ancient Roots Translinear Bible (ARTB) you can read the prophesies and follow the journeys without having to look up Assyria, Aram, Medes or Edomites in a reference book.
The KJV began this technique centuries ago, employing the word Egypt rather than the Hebrew word Mizraim. In ARTB all the Hebrew/Aramaic places are listed as the modern places if they exist today. So the story of Jonah happens on his way to Mosul (Iraq), and Goliath of Gath is a Palestinian, not a Philistine.
The ARTB has updated maps of the Middle East and Israel so you can easily find Iraq, Iran and Syria. Those maps include the very important trade routes which link the cities.
The ARTB has a Places Index which matches each location to the corresponding map. The listing also compares the name which appears in the KJV to the modern name. Places which have been destroyed, like Sodom and Babylon, are referred to by their previous name in the text and on maps. Put away the reference books and enjoy the bible study!