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Timeline

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1800 B.C.
1000 B.C.
1099 C.E.
3200 B.C.
1550 B.C.
1200 B.C.
586 B.C.
332 B.C.
63 B.C.
324 C.E.
638 C.E.
1917 C.E.
167 B.C.
Early Bronze Age
Middle Bronze Age
Late Bronze Age
Iron Age I
Iron Age II
Persian Period
Hellenistic Period
Maccabean Period
Roman Period
Byzantine Period
Islamic Period
1291 C.E.
Crusader Period
1517 C.E.
Mamluk Period
Ottoman Period
Modern Israel
Neolithic Age
Adam and Eve
Noah
Abraham & Sarah
Jacob/Israel
12 Tribes in Hyksos Kingdom
- Joseph sold as slave
- Asenath is a descendent of Shem (not Ham)
- Jacob settles 12 sons in Egypt under Hyksos
New Kingdom
Exodus
Joshua
Saul and Samuel
David
Solomon
Judah
Israel
Assyrian Invasion of Israel
Cyrus the Great
Return from Exile
Alexander the Great
Division of Alexander's Empire
Independence and Hannukah
Rome Conquers Judea
Jesus Christ
Early Church
Jewish Diaspora
Constantine
Christian Muslim Conflict
Sulieman the Magnificent
British Mandate
Aliyas
State of Israel
Palestinian Conflict
Future of Israel
"Remember how merciful the Lord hath been unto the children of men, from the creation of Adam even down until the time that ye shall receive these things..." - Moroni, Book of Mormon
Bethel - Jacob sees a vision of the endowment but doesn't receive it.

Jabbok river in Jordan
- wrestles with an angel for salvation
- deceiver but receives new name
- Israel means to struggle with God

1750 - Foreign Rulers
Canaanite Hyksos control Eastern Delta for 200 years
1550 - Ahmoses conquers Hyksos controlled delta
Hyksos and other Canaanites become slaves

1468 - Tutemoses III

1473 - Hatshepesut

1353 - Ahkenaten

1333 - Tutankhamon

1290 - Rameses II

1224 - Merneptah


Neolithic Tower at Jericho
- Near Sacrifice of Issac
- Mount Moriah - Temple Mount
- left Mesopotamia, given land of Canaan by covenant
- paid tithes to Melchizedek in Salem

Melchizedek
- built first walls around Jerusalem
These are the Kings mentioned in Exodus 1:8 "arose up a new king that which knew not Joseph"

1270 - Year of the Exodus Moses
1269 - Treaty of Kadesh with Hittites
1260 - Battle of Troy (Philistines migrate southward)

Justinian
Dolmens
Great Sea
Coastal Plain
Sh'felah
Har Yehudah
Wilderness
Jordan Rift Valley
around 650 Miles
Mount Nebo looking into the Promised Land
Tel Jericho (Middle Bronze Wall fallen)
Jordan River near where Joshua would have crossed

- Merneptah invaded Canaan
- mentions the destruction of the people of Israel
Merneptah Stele
"Yea, and my soul delighteth in the words of Isaiah, for I came out from Jerusalem, and mine eyes hath beheld the things of the Jews... Behold, I myself have dwelt at Jerusalem, wherefore I know concerning the regions round about..." - Nephi, Book of Mormon
Judges
Pharaoh Rameses III documents defeating the Sea Peoples
He writes them as P-L-S-T
or Philistines
Gath
Beth Shemesh
Jerusalem
Gaza
Trojan Philistines
Foundation of David's Palace
City of David
- united twelve tribes into one state
- Jerusalem as capital
- built a magnificent palace
- Prophet Nathan
- added the Temple Mount north of the city 7 years
- built a magnificent palace 13 years
- began marrying outside the covenant introducing idol worship (groves)

Asherah
Jereboam
Omri
Ahab
Ahaziah
Jehu
Pekah

Assyrian Invasion of Judah
Reheboam
Many Judah Kings
Hezekiah (Isaiah)
Josiah
Jehoahaz
Egyptian Vassals
Zedekiah

Idol Worship
10 tribes lost except refugees that fled to Jerusalem
Tiglath Pilesar III
Sennacherib takes
200,150 captives
only 20,000 in Jerusalem are left
609 King Josiah dies in battle against Pharaoh Necho II of Egypt
----- Josiah's son Jehoahaz becomes King for 3 months
----- Egyptians take Jehoahaz away and install his brother Jehoachim
----- Jews consider next son of Josiah (Zedekiah) as the next king
605 Egyptians begin to lose to Babylonians - Lehi leaves
604 Babylonians conquer the coastal plain and Judea driving out Egypt
597 Zedekiah officially recognized as Babylonian Vassal King
586 Zedekiah rebels and is Babylonians destroy Jerusalem and Temple

Fall of the Kingdom of Judah
Egypt
Babylon
Shalmanesar III
539 B.C.
Daniel

Ezekiel

Esther

Zerubabe

Nehemiah

Zerubabel rebuilt the Temple
Nehemiah rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem and became governor
Samaritans/Assyrians led by Sanballat persecute the Jews and stop the Temple construction for 14 years. Make offense against Nehemiah's building team.
Seleucids
Ptolemies
Antigonids
Judas Maccabeus begins a revolt in Modiin that spreads throughout the entire country
The Maccabeans (Hasmoneans) seige Jerusalem and conquer the city
Only oil for the Temple Menorrah for one day, lasts 8
- Maccabean government seeking support against Seleucids and Ptolemies allies with Rome
- Marc Anthony and Cleopatra
- Rome defeats Seleucids, Ptolemies and then breaks alliance with Maccabeans and invades Judea
- Rome institutes Vassal Kings over Judea including Herod the Great
- After Herod Archelaus weak control of Judea, Rome institutes Governors including Pontus Pilate
1st Christian Emperor
- Ecumenical Councils
- Spread of Christianity
Nicea
- received revelation from God through the angel Gabriel
- after his death in 632, followers compiled Quran and Hadith

5 Pillars
- Shahadah - faith
- Salat - prayer
- Saqat - giving
- Sawm - fasting
- Hajj - pilgrimage
5 Major Prophets
- Noah
- Abraham
- Moses
- Jesus
- Mohammad
1948
1967
2014
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