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586 BC — Death of Zhou ding wang, King of the Zhou Dynasty of China.
580 BC — Cambyses I succeeds Cyrus I as king of Anshan and head of the Achaemenid dynasty.
580 BC — Medusa, fragment of sculpture from the west pediment of the Temple of Artemis, Korkyra, is made.
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  580s BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
586 BC - Death of Zhou ding wang, King of the Zhou Dynasty of China.
585 BC - Birth of Anaximenes of Miletus, Greek philosopher († 525 BC).
582 BC - Birth of Pythagoras in Samos, Greek philosopher and mathematician († 496 BC).
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 Straight Dope Staff Report: Who wrote the Bible? (Part 2)
Around 450 BC (the dates are uncertain, perhaps as early as 460 BC, perhaps as late as 398 BC), Ezra the scribe and Nehemiah the governor re-established centralized Judaism in Jerusalem.
The story of Ruth is set during the era of the Judges, around 1100 BC (three generations before David.) The Catholic and Protestant canons accordingly place it between Judges and Samuel.
Authorship probably dates from the late Persian period, say 350 BC, when the recollection of Xerxes and his reign had faded, and when the Jews were subject to persecution for their refusal to be assimilated.
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 Nebuchadnezzar Ii Of Babylon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
In the ensuing Battle of Carchemish in 606 BC, the Egyptian army was defeated and driven back, and Syria and Phoenicia were brought under the sway of Babylon.
Nabopolassar died in 605 BC and Nebuchadnezzar returned to Babylon to ascend to the throne.
Another siege of Jerusalem occurred in 586 BC, ending in the destruction of both the city and the Temple and the deportation of many prominent citizens to Babylon.
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 O.T. Prophecy — 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
In 609 BC, which is about 2600 years ago, Babylon captured the last Assyrian king and took over the holdings of the Assyrian empire, to which the land of Israel previously had been subjugated.
Written: perhaps 614 BC Fulfilled: 612 BC In Nahum 3:19 (and 1:9), the prophet said that Nineveh, which was the Assyrian Empire's capital and perhaps the most powerful city of the ancient world, would suffer a wound that would never heal.
Written: perhaps 614 BC Fulfilled: 612 BC In Nahum 1:10 and 3:11, the prophet said that during the final hours of the attack on Nineveh, the Ninevites would be drunk.
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 586 bc   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
589 BC - Apries succeeds Psamtek II as king of Egypt
586 BC - Kingdom of Judah comes to an end as Babylonians siege and conquer the land, destroy the Temple of Jerusalem and exile the land's remaining inhabitants.
580 BC - Cambyses I becomes King of Anshan and head of the Achaemenid dynasty (approximate date).
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 Timeline of solar system astronomy
586 BC - Thales of Miletus predicts a solar eclipse
280 BC - Aristarchus uses the size of the Earth's shadow on the Moon to estimate that the Moon's radius is one-third that of the Earth
200 BC - Eratosthenes uses shadows to determine that the radius of the Earth is roughly 6,400 km
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 580s BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Decades: 620s BC - 610s BC - 600s BC - 590s BC - 588s BC - 570s BC - 560s BC - 550s BC - 540s BC - 530s BC
585 BC - May 28 - A solar eclipse occurrs as predicted by Thales, while Alyattes II is battling Cyaxares.
This is one of the from which other dates can be calculated.
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 A Chronology of the Kings of Judah and Israel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The death of Solomon – 975 BC to 920 BC The fall of Samaria – 724 BC to 721 BC The fall of Judah – 587 BC to 586 BC The majority of Biblical scholars and students generally agree on a narrower set of dates:
The death of Solomon – 931 BC The fall of Samaria – Spring of 721 BC The fall of Judah – Summer of 586 BC Dating Assumptions
Although no scriptural evidence is available for the time of the beginning of the regnal year in the northern kingdom of Israel, when a Nisan-to-Nisan regnal year is used for Israel together with a Tishri-to-Tishri year for Judah, the perplexing discrepancies disappear and a harmonious chronological pattern results.
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 Israel and Judah fall
The Scripture declares that this decline was due to the fact that neither Israel nor Judah was faithful to the laws and commandments of God.
The Northern Kingdom of Israel, whose capital was Samaria, fell to the Assyrians in 722 BC.
Hosea (c 760-720 BC) prophesied to the Northern Kingdom from Jerobam II to Hosea, the last king.
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 Bible numbers: THE WALL: Chapter One: Notes."
Sennacherib’s catastrophic invasion of Judah in 701 BC is listed among our "epoch events" because it is the very focal narrative of the Book of Isaiah (Isa.
Moreover, 1290 BC is approximately the same as the Jewish traditional date for the exodus of 1313 BC––an important date that will be examined later.
BC date for the end of the northern kingdom of Israel.
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 1914 A.D., 607 B.C., 586 B.C. and the Jehovah's Witnesses.
The correct date is 586 B.C., not 607 B.C. Therefore, the Jehovah's Witnesses are wrong about 1914 and everything else they attach to that date based on their prophet misunderstanding.
Encyclopedia.com, the Babylonian captivity, is defined as "the period from the fall of Jerusalem (586 B.C.) to the reconstruction in Palestine of a new Jewish state (after 538 B.C.)."
They are forced to retain their 607 BC date even though it is in obvious error.
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 Key to signs of the times-2
By the way, the same effect works there too, and is actually the ultimate center point),---then the day of the fall of Jerusalem in literal 586 BC symbolically signifies "AD 99", since the city fell on Tammuz 9, the 99th day of that year (July 586 BC, Jer.
This means that from the literal 592 BC to the end of Ezekiel's call, symbolically understood as 2419 BC, is, in the mirror, 7 x 430 day/years.
Moreover, 2426 BC, less 490 x 2 (of Daniel 9) is 1446 BC (the Exodus), and 2426 BC less 490 x 5 (or 50 Jubilees) = 25 to 32 AD, (Jesus' ministry and death, etc.).
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 Hebrew History: The Exile, 597-538 BC
In 586 BC, Judah itself ceased to be an independent kingdom, and the earlier deportees found themselves without a homeland, without a state, and without a nation.
This period, which actually begins in 597 but is traditionally dated at 586, is called the Exile in Jewish history; it ends with an accident in 538 when the Persians overthrow the Chaldeans.
While the Assyrian deportation of Israelites in 722 BC resulted in the complete disappearance of the Israelites, the deported Jews formed their own community in Babylon and retained their religion, practices, and philosophies.
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Written: sometime from 626 to about 586 BC and prophecied that the Jews would survive Babylonian rule and return home.
Fulfilled: 536 BC (remember in BC time, 536 is AFTER 586) In Jeremiah 32:36-37, the prophet said that the Jews would survive their captivity in Babylon and return home.
But, in 538 BC, they were released from captivity and many eventually returned to their homeland.
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 Bible Chronology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Indeed the month of Tishri (Sept/Oct) in the year 610 BC may prove to be one of the most pivotal points in the history of Israel.
The year 625 BC is established as the first year of his reign in an accession year type of reign used by the Babylonians.
3) It was in 610 BC that Pharaoh Neco imposed the symbolic tax levy of 100 talents of silver and 1 talent of gold upon Jehoiakim and the land of Judah.
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 Falsifying History Not Going to Help Israeli Cause
Following the death of Solomon the Jewish kingdom was divided into two; one in the north called Israel and another in the south called Judea that the Israelis today refer to as Judea and Samaria, or the current West Bank.
The two kingdoms lasted from 900 BC to 586 BC and were conquered and occupied by Babylon.
The entire history of the Jewish kingdoms and kings lasted for just 490 years, with the king ruling intermittently until the destruction of Solomon Temple and the holy city at the hands of the Chaldeans in 586 BC.
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 586 BC Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
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 Zedekiah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
William F. Albright has dated his reign to 597 BC-587 BC, while E.
Nebuchadnezzar began a siege of Jerusalem 589 BC.
During this siege, which lasted about eighteen months, "every worst woe befell the devoted city, which drank the cup of God's fury to the dregs" (2 Kings 25:3; Lamentations 4:4, 5, 10).
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 Habakkuk
Pre-612 BC The first interpretation is that Habakkuk must have been written before 612 BC because, after that date, the warring tendencies of the Babylonians would not have been a surprise.
This is because many would have died by 586 BC had the setting been prior to 612 BC.
Thus Habakkuk 1:5, which is a prophecy of the destruction of Jerusalem by Babylon in 586 BC, becomes a prophecy of the destruction of Jerusalem by Rome in AD 70.
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 586 Bc - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The Four Centuries Between the Testaments: A Survey of Israel and the Diaspora from 336 BC to 94 AD
The Jewish and Christian World 200 BC to AD 200 (Cambridge Commentaries on Writings of the Jewish and Christian World)
Archaeology of the Land of the Bible 10,000-586 BC (Anchor Bible Reference Library)
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The temple referred to as Herod's temple was in existence for ninety years, from 20 BC to 70 AD.
One of his first official acts was to authorize the return of the exiled Jews to Palestine and the rebuilding of their Temple at Jerusalem.
The first group came in 536 BC with Zerubbabel, prince in the house of David.
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 Bible Prophecy Numbers: The mirror!
From the 7 years between Ezekiel's symbolic siege and the literal one by Babylon (593-586 BC), until the attempted siege and overthrow of Jerusalem by Babylon in 701 BC (AD) are 1290 years in the mirror.
Therefore, the average of all four decrees amount to 490 BC, (cf., to the birth of Christ, Rev. 12).
For example, from Ezekiel's symbolic siege in 593-592 BC until the literal siege (except in the mirror as AD 589-586) are 430 x 1000 days (430,000 days.) Remember that Ezekiel was commanded to lay on his side 430 days to symbolically siege Jerusalem as a prophecy predicting the literal siege in 586 BC.
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 580s BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
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585 BC - Birth of Anaximenes of Miletus Greek philosopher († 525 BC 582 BC - Birth of Pythagoras in Samos Greek philosopher and mathematician († 496 BC 580 BC - Death of Cyrus I of Anshan (approximate date).
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 Encyclopedia: 586 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
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582 BC - Birth of Pythagoras in Greek philosopher and mathematician († 496 BC).
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582 BC - Birth of Pythagoras in Samos, Greek philosopher and mathematician (+ 496 BC).
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 Daily Bible Study - Old Testament Time Line
935 BC - Division of Israel into 2 kingdoms, the northern 10 tribes known as the Kingdom of Israel with their capital in Samaria, and the southern 2 tribes known as the Kingdom of Judah with their capital in Jerusalem.
721 BC - The fall of the northern Kingdom of Israel to the Assyrians (see Ancient Empires - Assyria).
The people of the southern kingdom were also taken away into the "Babylonian exile" which lasted until the Babylonian empire itself fell to the Persians.
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 Bible Prophecy Numbers of 1260,1290, 1270 lunar, and 1278 solar 3.5-year periods.
of 1876 BC), ends at the non-preferred, yet possible dates for the exiles of Judah, (i.e., 606, 598, and 587 BC); whereas the second parallel line (though using the same numbers), starts from the mid-famine position yet still ends at these very same exiles, except using the preferred 605, 597, and 586 BC dates.
Siege of Jerusalem lasted from Jan. 588 to 586 BC, (or to 587 with the alternative date).
And 581 BC was the fourth and last exile (Jeremiah 52:30).
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 Judgment Against Tyre
From 700 to 630 BC, Assyria did not permit Tyre to carry on trade.
When Alexander the Great took the city, he slaughtered 6,000 fighting men and 2,000 Tyrians were crucified on the beach in 332 BC (livius1).
All that remains of it is a series of fl reefs offshore from Tyre, which surely could not have been there in the first and second millennia B.C., since they pose such a threat to navigation.
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