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Date 2344 BC 2010 BC 2022 BC 1732 BC 1437 BC 1397 BC 1001 BC 961 BC 950 BC 930 BC 753 BC 745 BC 734 - 722 BC 612 BC 586 BC 538 BC 538 BC 516 BC 330 BC 160 BC 63 BC 50 - 30 BC 37 BC 70 AD
Event Flood Babylon Birth of Abraham Jacob moves to Egypt Israel leaves Egypt Israel enters the Promised Land King David King Solomon Solomon's Temple Israel is divided Rome city founded Assyria Empire Israel carried into Assyria Babylonia Empire Judah carried captive to Babylonia Belshazzar / writting on the wall Persian Empire Zerubbabel Temple Greek Empire Temple Defiled Roman Empire Cleopatra Harod Temple Romans destroy Jerusalem and the Temple
Comment The great flood. Nahor establish Babylon about 2010 BC. The tower of Babel is built and destroy at about 2004 BC. Nahor is born 2151 BC and died 2003 BC living 148 years. The lands are divided in 2004 BC at the time of the tower. Abraham lived 175 years, from 2022 BC to 1847 BC. Jacob and his family of 77 (70) souls moves to Egypt. David is made king of Israel Solomon is made king of Israel Solomon's temple is completed On the succession of Solomon's son, Rehoboam, around 930 BCE, the biblical account reports that the country split into two kingdoms: the Kingdom of Israel (including the cities of Shechem and Samaria) in the north and the Kingdom of Judah (containing Jerusalem) in the south.
According to legend, Ancient Rome was founded by the two brothers, and demi-gods, Romulus and Remus, were raised by a she-wolf. Ancient Rome was founded by the two brothers on 21 April 753 BCE. The legend claims that, in an argument over who would rule the city (or, in another version, where the city would be located) Romulus killed Remus and named the city after himself.
And the God of Israel stirred up the spirit of Pul king of Assyria, and the spirit of Tilgathpilneser king of Assyria, and he carried them away, even the Reubenites, and the Gadites, and the half tribe of Manasseh, and brought them unto Halah, and Habor, and Hara, and to the river Gozan, unto this day. (1 Chronicles 5:26)
Assyria falls to Babylonia.
The people of Judah are carried captive to Babylon. The temple treasures and vessels are taken to Babylon. These vessels are the ones that King Belshazzar of Babylon will drive from and define the day of his death and the fall of Babylonia to the Persians (Daniel 5). The temple is burned and leveled to the ground.
Belshazzar held a great feast and used the vessels from the temple to drink to false gods. The Lord wrote on the wall, "You are weighed in the scale and found wanting." Belshazzar died that night and Babylonia fell to Persia.
Babylonia falls to Persia. The "second" temple is built. Cyrus allows the Jews to return and rebuild Jerusalem and the temple.
Persians concurred by the Greeks The temple and alter are defiled by the Greeks. Greece falls to Rome
Queen of Egypt. Born in 69 BC. Was made Queen with the aid of Julius Caesar in 48 BC. She has a child to Julius in 45 BC. Julius is assassinated in 44 BC. In the Liberators' civil war of 43–42 BC, Cleopatra sided with the Roman Second Triumvirate formed by Caesar's grandnephew and heir Octavian, Mark Antony, and Marcus Aemilius Lepidus. After their meeting at Tarsos in 41 BC, the queen had an affair with Antony. She has two children to Mark Antony. Octavian's forces invaded Egypt in 30 BC and defeated Antony, leading to his suicide. When Cleopatra learned that Octavian planned to bring her to his Roman triumphal procession, she committed suicide by poisoning. The popular belief is that she was bitten by an asp.
The Second Temple was originally a rather modest structure constructed by a number of Jewish exile groups returning to the Levant from Babylon under the Achaemenid-appointed governor Zerubbabel. However, in 37 BC, during the reign of Herod the Great, the Second Temple was completely refurbished, and the original structure was totally overhauled into the large and magnificent edifices and facades that are more recognizable. The refurbish temple grounds where completed in about 60 or 62 AD.
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Romulus, Remus and the she-wolf