If you haven’t seen the large-format, lavishly illustrated “Christian History Project” books, based out of Canada, then you might want to check them out. Though their Wikipedia entry has been marked for deletion based (as far as I can understand) on the fact that it amounts to self-promotion, it is a good source of information on the project.
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