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  Introduction to Genesis
925 BC), and the inscriptions in the turquoise mines of Serabit el Khadem (15th century B. C.) are the work of slaves" 3.
1446 BC; Also the captivity was prophesied to be 400 years in Genesis 15: 13, not 215 years) (2) There are 430 years from Genesis 46 to Exodus 20.
His 4th year is variously dated at 966/960/957 B.C., placing the Exodus at 1446/1440/1437.
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 10th century BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
947 BC - Death of King Mo of Zhou, King of the Zhou Dynasty of China.
935 BC - Death of King Gong of Zhou, King of the Zhou Dynasty of China.
910 BC - Death of King Yi of Zhou, King of the Zhou Dynasty of China.
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 920s BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
928 BC - On the death of king Solomon, his son Rehoboam is unable to hold the tribes of Israel together, and the northern part secedes to become the kingdom of Israel, making Jeroboam its king.
Rehoboam was left to rule the kingdom of Judah.
922 BC - Phorbas, King of Athens, dies after a reign of 30 years and is succeeded by his son Megacles.
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 TIMELINE 2nd MILLENIUM B.C. page of ULTIMATE SCIENCE FICTION WEB GUIDE
[Hammond Almanac, p.789] 520-465 BC Xerxes I, King of Persia was the son of Darius I and grandson of Cyrus, founder of the Persian Empire.
paraphrased from the visually strong HyperHistory c.518-c.438 BC Pindar, Greek Poet, was born in Boetia, central Greece, and is considered the greatest of the Greek choral lyricists.
c.250 BC "Archimedes studied the equilibrium of planes and the centre of gravity of planes and deduced the laws of the levers.
www.magicdragon.com /UltimateSF/timeline1KBC.html   (7141 words)

  
 Tyre Speciality
Herodotus (writing in the 5th century BC) reports that the priests of Melquart told him that the city of Tyre was founded in 2750 BC, which agrees with the archeological evidence.
Between +/-1200 BC and 1020 BC, Canaan was divided between the 12 tribes of Israel - Tyre was included in the northern most territory and was part of the territories of the tribe of "Asher" (ref 6 - Joshua 19:29-31).
Between 854 BC and 824 BC, Ashurnasirpa II's son (King of Assyria) fearing uprisings reversed his father's policy of benign neglect and undertook nearly continuous campaigns against Damascus, Hamath and the 12 kings from the seacoast (Tyre is one of the 12 kings).
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 Bronze & Iron Age Movements
The collapse of east Mediterranean trade by 1050 BC was a crucial event in that locally-obtained prestige goods - iron artifacts - came to play a vital role in creating and maintaining alliances and hierarchy.
The dominance of iron in graves after 1050 BC is explained as an elite monopoly on iron.
The wealth of burials at Athens and Lefkandi escalated until 825 BC, when a balance returned, before the entire structure collapsed around 750 BC with the rise of the institutions of the polis.
faculty.vassar.edu /jolott/old_courses/crosscurrents2001/Lefkandi/bronze.htm   (1439 words)

  
 Two: Joseph and Thutmosis IV
With but one firm support for our timeline at 925 BC in the period shortly after Solomon, we are in immediate need of another.
Therefore, Joseph was born in 1420 BC and became governor of Egypt in 1405.
Amenhotep was already married to Tiy in the second year of his reign according to a scarab commemorating a "wild cattle hunt." And finally, Osman quotes Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt of the Louvre to the effect that Yuya died in the year 1374 or 1373, the 31st year of Amenhotep III by the standard chronology.
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 Wikinfo | Solomon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
925 BC), was David's second son by Bathsheba.
Solomon was probably born about 1035 BC (1 Chr.
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 10th century BC
(1000s BC - 990s BC - 980s BC - 970s BC - 960s BC - 950s BC - 940s BC - 930s BC - 920s BC - 910s BC - 900s BC - other decades)
David, king of the ancient Israelites (1006 BC - 965 BC)
Solomon king of the ancient Israelites (965 BC - 925 BC)
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 Civilization II Fanatics' Center: Civ2 Timelines: Annales of Rome the Eternal City
1950 BC A band of Archers exploring the swamplands to the north of Rome encounter horseman of the Aztec civilization.
925 BC A census of the Roman people determines that the population of the Roman civilization has reached 500,000 people.
675 BC A Roman diplomat discovers a small tribe near Pisae who reveal that they worship but one god; the Roman priest Aurelius Augustinus travels to their village to convince them of the error of their ways, but is instead convinced that their view of the cosmos is divine truth.
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 Egypt Invades Palestine: 925 BC
925 BC At the height of their power, the twelve tribes of Israel enjoyed massive prosperity under the direction of their greatest historical leader, King Solomon.
When, in the eighth century BC, Solomon heard of the prophet Ahijah's prediction that a young Jeroboam would soon become king over ten of these tribes, he was furious.
The invasion of Palestine by this Egyptian pharaoh in 925 BC holds great historical significance, though archeologists still find many details of the violent event to be highly controversial.
www.thenagain.info /Webchron/MiddleEast/Palestine.html   (630 words)

  
 Weekly Article (Associates for Biblical Research)
Covering most of the tenth century BC (roughly from 1000 to 925 BC; known to archaeologists as Iron Age IIA), the topic was frequently discussed in scholarly journals and the popular press.
He calls his revision the "low chronology," in opposition to the traditional or "high chronology." With Finkelstein's "low chronology," the poor material culture of the eleventh century BC (the period of the Judges) lowers and becomes the period of David and Solomon.
The better architecture, ceramics and other artifacts of the tenth century BC (the period of David and Solomon) Finkelstein lowers to the ninth century BC (the days of Omri, Ahab and Jehu).
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 Hebrew Bible History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The fog really lifts by the eleventh century BC with the rise in the north of the kingdom of Israel and in the south, the kingdom of Judah, lasting until the eighth century BC.
In 586 BC the capture of Jerusalem occurred.
The destruction of Israel in 722 BC led to the wandering and preservation of the ten tribes of Israel.
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 What evidence has been found of the Egyptian king, Shishak? (Biblical personages in archaeology) - ChristianAnswers.Net
1010-970 BC, appears in two ninth century BC texts, the Tel Dan Inscription and the Moabite stone.
Prior to the tenth century BC, it was customary for the kings of Egypt to be referred to simply as "Pharaoh." After the tenth century, however, a proper name was included with the title (Bible and Spade, Autumn 1993, p.
The only plausible explanation is that it came from the treasuries of the Temple and royal palace at Jerusalem (1 Kings 14:26), and other cities of Judah and Israel, in Shishak's campaign of 925 B.C. Reference
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 A Chronological Bible Timeline: Part 3, 1446 BC - 582 BC
April 1444 BC The Lord spoke to Moses in the Wilderness of Sinai, in the 1st month of the 2nd year after they had come out of Egypt and reminded them of the Passover.
1123 BC Tola died and was buried in Shamir.
1038 BC King Saul did not obey the commands of the Lord, and was rejected as king by God in the 2nd year of his reign.
www.abiblestudy.com /part3.html   (5770 words)

  
 EXPLORING CHRISTIANITY - The Bible - First century Palestine
By the mid-eleventh century BC the twenty-two letters of the later Proto-Canaanite had become the standardised Phoenician script.
About 295 BC Ptolemy I, who succeeded Alexander as King of Egypt, appointed Demetrius, a former pupil of Aristotle, to build a library in Alexandria.
Earliest reports assert that Demetrius had at his disposal a large budget to collect "all the books of the world" Successive Ptolemaic kings were indomitable in their efforts to acquire them.
www.christianity.co.nz /bible-2.htm   (911 words)

  
 The Atlantis That Could Have Been A Lost Civilization on the Southeast Asian Peninsula, Circa 25,125 BC- 13,875 BC?
Approximately 25,125 BC- 13,875 BC: By around 25,125 BC the lowlands of the greater southeast asian peninsula had arisen from the sea, exposed by declining sea levels of the Ice Age.
By 24,925 BC (200 years later) the inland lowlands had been transformed into lush grasslands, crisscrossed by hundreds of streams, rivers, lakes, and ponds, encouraging still more colonization by animals and people.
By 22,425 BC (another 2,200 years) a network of thriving and sophistocated city-states had sprouted up all across the lowlands, while the remote highlands remained for the most part as primitive as they'd been 2,700 years before.
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 Biblical Archaeology
Dated between 1500 and 1400 BC, these cuneiform texts explain the culture and customs of the time, many of which are similar to those found in the early books of the Bible.
Dated to about 841 BC, the Obelisk was discovered in the ancient palace of Nimrud and shows Israel's King Jehu kneeling before the Assyrian king in humble tribute (see 2 Kings 9-10).
Specifically, the stone is a victory pillar of a King in Damascus dated about 250 years after David's reign, which mentions a "king of Israel" (probably Joram, son of Ahab) and a king of the "House of David" (probably Ahaziah of Judah).
www.allaboutarchaeology.org /biblical-archaeology.htm   (829 words)

  
 Chronology of the Old Testament
All dates are best taken as 'about BC', as the possible variation can run to a century or more in 2000 BC, down to a decade by 1000 BC.
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.
the conquest of Judah by Nebuchadnezzar (605 BC)
www.internetdynamics.com /personal/spadkins/god/study/oldtest/chron.htm   (624 words)

  
 Persia & Creation of Judaism; Book 6. Dating - Dating Ancient Near Eastern History (Part III) - (CAIS)
A jar found in Assur belonging to the wife of Sennacherib (701-681 BC) is of a similar style to a bowl found in a tomb in Tanis and attributed to Psusennes, 300 years before.
The Saite Oracle Papyrus, dated to 651 BC in the reign of Psamtik is remarkably similar to the Rameside style of 400 years before.
If 1012 BC reasonably dates Nikmed II, then Akhenaten is dated similarly, and the date of the Hittite king, Murshili (conventionally ?-1590 BC), is 984 BC, matching the solar eclipse of 30 April of that year.
www.cais-soas.com /CAIS/Religions/non-iranian/Judaism/Persian_Judaism/book6/pt3.htm   (5271 words)

  
 JWSR v5n3 - David Wilkinson
Han conquered the Kansu corridor to Kashgaria from the Huns in 121 BC.
In campaigns of 108, 103 and 101 BC Han may be said to have acquired hegemony in Kashgaria, which in this case meant that it received hostages, sent military colonists, and received tribute.
Southern Yüeh rebelled 112 BC, but was conquered, annexed, and further integrated into the empire 111 BC as a tributary protectorate.
jwsr.ucr.edu /archive/vol5/vol5_number3/wilkinson/index.html   (12949 words)

  
 Egypt under the first dynasty named Thinite
-2 970 to -2 960 BC Ka (Qaa)
-2 960 to -2 925 BC Manethon, the Egyptian priest historian of Heliopolis
, who lived in the reign of King Ptolemy the 1st (3rd century BC,) wrote the history of some of the known Egyptian Pharaohs up to Alexander the Great, but he is not always in agreement with the dates of reigns of the Pharaohs engraved on the stone, said of Palermo.
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 Old Testament Lesson 42
The offensive was launched in the year 674 BC with the submission of Egypt complete by the year 663 BC.
To the relief of not a few religious purists he passed away around 641 BC only to be succeeded by his like-minded son Amon[11].
When the Egyptians returned from the failed military expedition against the Babylonians (609 BC), they removed Jehoahaz from power and in his place installed his brother Eliakim on the throne (he assumed the throne name of Jehoiakim)[15], perhaps because he would be more loyal to Egyptian interests.
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 BibleGen3 - pafg35 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Omri, King Of Israel was born in Became King In 925 Bc.
Athaliah, Queen Of Judah died in 878 BC.
Ahab, King Of Israel was born in Became King 918 Bc.
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 King David and King Solomon: History or Myth? Jewish Mythology. AskWhy! Publications.
In conventional terms, in the 15th century BC, Pharaoh Thutmose III initiated the practice of carving on the walls of the great temple of Amun in Karnak, Upper Egypt, the names of territories he conquered, or over which he claimed dominion.
Much vaunted as the clearest is in the ninth century BC Tel Dan inscription found in fragments of a monument in 1993 by Israeli archaeologist Avraham Biran.
The author thinks the histories are genuinely tenth century BC because no later editor could have had the aim of uniting an already united kingdom.
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 Catholic Apologetics International
The number 237 is obtained by subtracting the year the Jews entered Egypt (Joseph as their representative), which, according to Ussher is 1728 BC, from the year Israel left Egypt, which according to Ussher is 1491 BC.
The number 215 is obtained by subtracting the entrance of Jacob and his 70 family members in 1706 BC from the departure of Israel in 1491.
Now, if the Flood, according to this author, took place in 2348 BC, that means we have 176 years to fit in the Flood and all the generations between Noah and Abraham, which is quite impossible.
www.catholicintl.com /catholicissues/scriptural-chronologies2.htm   (3725 words)

  
 HTA Creation to Christ Timeline Packet :: Timelines :: Heart of Wisdom Store
925 BC The Kings of Northern Kingdom of Israel (Israel) c.
604 BC Daniel 635-536 BC Aesopís Fables 600 BC ekiel 597-571 BC Judahís Captivity by Babylon (stage 2) 597 BC Judahís Captivity by Babylon (stage 3) 586 BC Shadrach, Meshack, and Abed-nego 575 BC Pythagoras 566 BC Temple of Diana (Artemis) 550 BC Belshazzar and the Fall of Babylon c.
484 BC Xerxes I 485-465 BC Leonidas at the Battle of Thermopylae 480 BC Battle at the Bay of Salamis 480 BC Esther c.
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 The African Conservancy Gallery
From embroidered cloth to jewelry, body scarification to decorative weights and measures, and architecture to hairstyles, the range of African decorative arts is an endless source of aesthetic pleasure and functional satisfaction.
Discounting earlier wood sculpture, which would not have survived the test of time, African teracotta sculpture has been successfully dated as far back as 925 BC.
Visit our Contemporary and Traditional Sculpture Galleries to view examples of this very long African sculpting tradition, in both its traditional and contemporary forms.
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 The Apis Bulls of Ancient Egypt -- Part Two
The internal organs, as with a pharaoh, were placed in canopic jars and after the embalming process the bull was then placed with his legs folded under him.
Begun by Ramesses II, also known as Ramesses The Great, of the 19th dynasty (c.1279-1213 BC), it was used until Tahraka (c.690-664 BC) of the 25th dynasty.
Inaugurated in the 52nd year of the reign of Psammetichus I (664-610 BC) of the 26th dynasty, it was utilized until the end of the Ptolemaic period 30 BC.
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