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  Hoshea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William F. Albright has dated his reign to 732 BCE-721 BCE, while E.
However, an undated inscription of Tiglath-Pileser III boasts of making Hoshea ("A-ú-si-' ") king after his predecessor had been overthrown, and extracted 10 talents of gold and 10,000 talents of silver in tribute.
It may be that both Tiglath-Pileser and Shalmaneser invaded Israel and both extracted tribute; Assyrian records show that Shalmaneser campaigned in Phoenicia in the years 727 BCE and 725 BCE.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hoshea   (492 words)

  
 Persian Period in Anatolia and Asia Minor
Cyrus was an able soldier and a great statesman and he was also a merciful king, one of his deeds was to grant the Jews to return from their exile in Babylon to their home land in Israel and rebuild the temple of Solomon.
Darius the great (reigned 522 to 486 BCE.) was the son of the noble Hystaspes who was the satrap of Parthia and a member of royal family and Achaemenids dynasty.
Darius II (reigned 425 to 405 BCE.), as soon as he became the king, he was able to put down some rebellions that have been going on.
www.ancientanatolia.com /historical/persian_period.htm   (2052 words)

  
 Biblical history chronology
30 BCE - 10 CE: Hillel and Shammai
587 BCE: Destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple by the Babylonians and Nebuchadnezzar.
4 BCE - 6 CE: Archelaus ethnarch of Judea and Samaria.
www.wysiwyg-webdesign.com /rev/chron.html   (1490 words)

  
 Rel 101: Understanding the Bible: Significant Dates
722 BCE Destruction and exile of Israel by Sargon II of Assyria.
445 BCE Nehemiah, cupbearer to Artaxerxes the Persian emperor, is appointed governor of Judah.
428 BCE (possibly 458 or even 398) The Persians appoint Ezra "scribe of the law of the god of heaven" (Ezra 7:12) to assist in the Jewish restoration.
www.westminster.edu /staff/brennie/dates.htm   (657 words)

  
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479 BCE: China - The philosopher Mo-tzu, founder of Mohism, is born.
145 BCE: China - The historian Ssu-ma Ch'ien, author of the Records of the Historian, is born.
141-87 BCE: China - Han Wu-Ti is emperor of the Han Dynasty.
eawc.evansville.edu /chronology/chpage.htm   (937 words)

  
 Kingdom_of_Israel
Prior to the establishment of the kingdom, the Hebrew people, (the Israelites) were led by the patriarchs and later by Judges.
Around 1030-1020 BCE (chronology varies), the children of the patriarch Jacob (Israel) united to form the Kingdom of Israel.
Following Solomon's death, tensions between the northern part of Israel, containing the ten northern tribes, and the southern section, dominated by Jerusalem and the southern tribes, increased, and around 920 BCE, Israel split into two kingdoms: Israel in the north and Judah in the south.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/k/ki/kingdom_of_israel.html   (1272 words)

  
 CHRONO-FILE for BIBLICAL and EARLY CULTURES Section-2a   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-21)
From Akhenaton to the Babylonian Siege of Jerusalem (1780 to 586 BCE):
By 800 BCE and certainly by 796, Assyria had to have a direct impact on Syria and Adad-nirari III (also, 'Ramman-nirari III') was beginning to invade to the west.
Close to the year 745 BCE in divided Israel, Jeroboam II in the north and Uzziah in the south reached the end of their reigns in Judah.
hometown.aol.com /eilatlog/chronofile/timeculture_S_02a.html   (4648 words)

  
 Mormon view of the House of Joseph - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1.2 The Fall of Israel (The Northern Kingdom) 722 BCE
The House of Joseph (sometimes referred to as the Tribe of Joseph) were the Old Testament tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh.
The Fall of Israel (The Northern Kingdom) 722 BCE
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mormon_view_of_the_House_of_Joseph   (1752 words)

  
 Jewish History
The teaching of faith in the one God is established and by virtue of their faith and obedience, it is promised that Abraham's offspring will multiply greatly.
722 BCE: Assyria conquers the northern kingdom of Israel.
Moses was raised in the royal household in Egypt during a period when male Israelite babies were being killed to prevent the slave-people from becoming numerous and strong.
fp.dl.kent.edu /21020/jewishhistory.htm   (1178 words)

  
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from 1200 BCE coast of Palestine settled by Philistines.
845-817 BCE Jehu annointed king by a deleage of the prohet Elisha.
BCE Under Ezra, the Pentateuch, Sacred Law, the first 5 books of the Old Testament, form basis of the religion of the Law.
coursesa.matrix.msu.edu /~fisher/hst205/palestine1.html   (278 words)

  
 Rel 101: Understanding the Bible: The Tanakh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-21)
The activity of collection of J dates from perhaps 1020-922 BCE, which is the period of the united kingdom of Israel.
That is to say from the division of Israel into the two kingdoms of Israel and Judah to the destruction of Israel by the Assyrians.
The Nevi'im were completed before the Seleucid conquest of Palestine (c.200 BCE), and the Ketuvim between that date and the Maccabean revolt in 164 BCE.
www.westminster.edu /staff/brennie/tanakh.htm   (357 words)

  
 Israel and Judah
However, on Solomon's death in 926 BCE the kingdom began to fragment, bisecting into the kingdom of Israel in the north (including the cities of Shechem and Samaria) and the kingdom of Judah in the south (containing Jerusalem).
In 922 BCE, the Kingdom of Israel divided.
In 722 BCE, the Assyrians, under Shalmaneser, and then under Sargon, conquered Israel (the northern Kingdom), destroyed its capital Samaria, and sent the Israelites into exile and captivity.
www.ancientworlds.net /aw/Places/Place/339183   (1729 words)

  
 MyJewishLearning.com - History & Community: Primer: Ancient Jewish History
961-928 BCE), during which the twelve tribes united and Israel, with Jerusalem as its capital, emerged as a major power in the region.
Israel was invaded and occupied by Assyria in 722 BCE.
In 586 BCE, Judah was invaded by the Babylonians and Jerusalem (including the Temple) was destroyed.
www.myjewishlearning.com /history_community/Ancient/AncientPrimer.htm?GL=true   (441 words)

  
 An Overview of Judaism - Interfaith Articles - IFCO - InterFaith Cultural Organization - Athens Georgia
Circa 2000 BCE, the G-d of the ancient Israelites established a divine covenant with Abraham, making him the patriarch of many nations.
Israel fell to Assyria in 722 BCE; Judah fell to the Babylonians in 587 BCE.
From circa 300 to 63 BCE, Greek became the language of commerce, and Greek culture had a major influence on Judaism.
www.interfaithathens.org /article/judaism.asp?ln=en   (1528 words)

  
 Timeline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-21)
1900 BCE - Abraham of Ur (present day Lebanon), the forefather of Judaism, rejects polytheism (worship of multiple gods) and begins the tradition of monotheism (the worship of one God).
722 BCE- The Assyrians conquer the kingdom of Israel.
586 BCE- The Babylonians conquer the kingdom of Judah and destroy the Temple.
collections.ic.gc.ca /art_context/time.htm   (969 words)

  
 JewishGates.Com - The Definitive Source for Talmudic Learning   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-21)
In 732 BCE Tiglath Pileser III took several thousand Hebrews into slavery and confiscated all of the eastern land of Israel, leaving only the capital and the south-western tribes.
In 725 BCE, the king of Israel, Hosea (not to be confused with the prophet), did a stupid thing.
In 722 BCE, Sargon II, king of Assyria, destroyed Samaria, the capital of Israel.
www.jewishgates.com /file.asp?file_ID=60   (3008 words)

  
 Assyrian Domination   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-21)
In 732 BCE Assyria took over the control over Eastern Mediterranean Seaboard including Judah as an attempt to strengthen and satisfy Assyria domestic economy and to expand Assyrian territory.
However, at the end of Sargon's reign and at early years of Assyrian king, Sennacherib (705-681 BCE) Judah rebelled against Assyria under its aggressive Judean king, Hezekiah (727-698 BCE).
Manasheh's religion policy was continued by Amon (642-630 BCE), his son, who was assassinated by his own people only after two years on the throne.
moses.creighton.edu /simkins/student/aJudah01/assyria.htm   (693 words)

  
 Exploring our Jewish roots - Week 8   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-21)
Pre-monarchy, 1300-1010 BCE, ~300 years: Psalms, oral tradition, Song at the sea.
The exile was primarily for big shots in politics and religion, and had small effect on the average guy.
Ezra's time, 458 BCE: Closure of the Torah from JE P, D and the entire Hebrew canon from from Psalms, Prophets, and assorted writings.
www.cvkimball.com /Exploring/Class_notes/Prophets.html   (504 words)

  
 Maad, The Empire of Median Dynasty
Historians know very little about the Iranian culture under the Median dynasty, except that Zoroastrianism as well as a polytheistic religion was practiced, and a priestly caste called the Magi existed.
Beginning about 835 BCE the Median tribes became subject intermittently to the kings of Assyria.
About 715 BCE the Median chieftain Dayaukku, known to the Greek historian Herodotus as Deïoces, led the Iranians in an unsuccessful rebellion against the Assyrian king Sargon II (reigned 722-705 BCE).
www.cais-soas.com /CAIS/History/madha/medes.htm   (377 words)

  
 Persian-Jerusalem through Coins
Ezra 6:14-15, They finished their building by command of the God of Israel and by decree of Cyrus and Darius and Ar-ta-xerx'es king of Persia; and this house was finished on the third day of the month of Adar, in the sixth year of the reign of Darius (I) the king.
During Persian rule, in about 440 BCE, a governor named Nehemiah was sent by Persia rule and rebuild the city and it's walls.
Persian rule was generally tolerant of the religious practices of the conquered peoples as illustrated by the Cyrus Proclamation and the depiction of Baal on a coin produced under Persian rule.
members.verizon.net /vze3xycv/Jerusalem/confPersian.htm   (647 words)

  
 HEZEKIAH King of Judah - The Kings Calendar
In as much as it is implicitly stated to refer to Sennacherib's invasion in 701 BCE, it is incorrect in reference to a siege, and it is not accurate in depicting Sennacherib's presence for three (3) years.
Since Hezekiah's first year commences in 714 BCE, backdating the personal data from this date, reveals he was born in 737/36 BCE during Jotham's 7th/8th regnal year, at which time, Ahaz was only Eleven/twelve years of age, and Jotham, thirty/thirty-one years of age.
Certainly by 732 BCE when Hezekiah was five years old, Damascus was in ruins, and by the age of sixteen years, so too was Samaria (722 BCE).
www.kingscalendar.com /cgi-bin/index.cgi?action=viewnews&id=138   (2081 words)

  
 Exploring our Jewish roots - Week 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-21)
J composed in Judah after 848 BCE, E composed at Shiloh after 912 BCE.
Hezikiah (727 - 698 BCE): P composed as an Aaronite, Judean alternative to JE.
JE, P and D merged, possibly in Ezra's reign, ~458 BCE, to form the Torah.
www.cvkimball.com /Exploring/Class_notes/History.PocketHistory.html   (124 words)

  
 PROBLEMATICAL BIBLICAL CHRONOLOGY - The Kings Calendar
The choices are that he reigned from 732 BCE until 724 BCE or from 730 BCE to 722 BCE.
If Hezekiah was co-reigning at the time of the fall of Samaria in 722 BCE and it was his 7th year and Hoshea's 9th year, then he co-reigned at least 15 years, from 729 BCE).
Hezekiah is said to commence his reign in the 3rd year of Hoshea, which, depending on which starting date we use for Hoshea, means he commenced in 730 BCE or 728 BCE, within 2 years of Jotham's (his alleged Grandfather) death.
www.kingscalendar.com /cgi-bin/index.cgi?action=viewnews&id=195   (1186 words)

  
 Timeline 1
931 BCE – With death of King Solomon, Northern Kingdom (Israel) sucedes from Southern Kingdom (Judah)
722/721 BCE - Northern Kingdom (Israel) conquered by Assyrians, population dispersed (= “lost tribes of Israel”)
538 BCE – Cyrus the Persian conquers Babylon.
www.annettereed.com /rutgers/timeline1.htm   (389 words)

  
 The "Samaritan" Error in the Qur'an?
From the Assyrian and biblical records, it is clear that Sargon II moved settlers to the city of Samaria in 722 BCE.
However in the 12th year of Josiah [628 BCE], after his initial reforms in Jerusalem, he extended them also to the area of the northern kingdom, which he had occupied after the collapse of the Assyrian empire in the west.
The most plausible conclusion is, then, that after the fall of Samaria in 722, the local population consisted of two distinct elements living side by side - viz., (a) the remnant of the native Israelites; and (b) the foreign colonists.
www.islamic-awareness.org /Quran/Contrad/External/samaritan.html   (9516 words)

  
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The history of ancient Israel is heavily influenced by the development of ancient Near Eastern empires during the last three millennia B.C.E. (i.e., from 3000-500 B.C.E.).
In their attempts to dominate the world they often dictated the history of Israel, but in those periods when they were unable to extend their power to Palestine (ca.
Reflects concerns of Judah to avoid "punishment" suffered by Northern Kingdom in 722 BCE.
www.humboldt.edu /~wh1/4251.David/David.html   (3278 words)

  
 Judaism
Its fundamental teachings have been influential and are the basis for more recently developed religions such as Christianity and Islam.
Abraham is generally recognized as the founder of Judaism due to his covenant with God.
However, Moses is also considered a founder due to his role in the liberation of the Hebrews from Egypt, and his delivery of the Ten Commandments from Mount Sinai sometime around 2000 BCE.
shs.westport.k12.ct.us /fairchild/judaism.htm   (1262 words)

  
 Untitled   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-21)
516 BCE — the Jerusalem Temple is rebuilt.
334-333 BCE Conquest of Alexander the Great and the end of the Persian Period and the beginning of the Hellenistic period (culturally lasting till almost the seventh century CE, but politically was much shorter — Roman rule from the first century BCE).
164 BCE Maccabean victory, purification of the Temple.
mteter.web.wesleyan.edu /timetable.html   (193 words)

  
 St. John's Presbyterian Church - Sermons: Walking in Darkness
Isaiah's fears were confirmed when the Assyrians overran Samaria (722 BCE) and besieged Jerusalem, but Jerusalem was not be conquered until 586 BCE and by the Babylonians.
Then leaders of Judah knew suffering and exile, Cyrus of Persia, who defeated the Babylonians in 538 BCE, allowed some of the Judean descendants of these exiles to came back to Jerusalem and rebuild the temple.
The revolt of the Macabbees against their Persian overlords brought Galilee under the rule of the Jewish Hasmonean family in 104 BCE, but in 63 BCE the Romans took control of the region and from 37-4 BCE King Herod ruled for the Romans over all of ancient Israel including Galilee.
www.stjohns.presbychurch.net /Sermons/walking.htm   (1197 words)

  
 Art History 307: Early Chinese Art: From Antiquity to the 10th Century: #3 The Zhou Dynasty
770-256 BCE Zhou court at eastern capital, Luoyang, until extinguished by state of Qin in 256 BCE;
Spring and Autumn (Chunqiu) period: 722-481 BCE (corresponds to years covered by a historical text of that name, attributed to Confucius).
Warring States (Zhanguo) period: 480-221 BCE (era of competing states, among which especially important ones are Jin, Qin, and Chu)
www.wisc.edu /arth/ah307/ah307s3.html   (399 words)

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