Instagram
English
A A A A A
Ancient
Near East
Arnon Gorge
Dead Sea
Canaanite Calendar
10 Century
Comparitive Size
Middle East
Five Major
Longitudinal Zones
Ancient Near East Arnon Gorge Dead Sea Canaanite Calendar 10 Century Comparitive Size Middle East Five Major Longitudinal Zones
Geological
Israel Map
Rainfall Food Patterns
Jerusalem Area
Roman Road
Near Syria
Topograhical
Israel Map
Wadi Ram Rum
South Jordan
Geological Israel Map Rainfall Food Patterns Jerusalem Area Roman Road Near Syria Topograhical Israel Map Wadi Ram Rum South Jordan
Dynasties
Egypt
Looking Across West Nile
Valley of Kings
Dynasties Egypt Looking Across West Nile Valley of Kings
Sinai and
the Arabah
Temple Hatshepsut
Near Valley of Kings
Sinai and the Arabah Temple Hatshepsut Near Valley of Kings
SYRIA AND LEBANON
The island city of Arvad.
Tyre was also an island city like this until the days of Alexander the Great
SYRIA AND LEBANON The island city of Arvad. Tyre was also an island city like this until the days of Alexander the Great
ABRAHAM IN CANAAN
Abrams Journey
From Ur To Shechem
Annual Cycle
In South Mesopotamia
Dan Well-preserved
gate from ca. 1800 BC
EGYPT DURING THE
MIDDLE BRONZE AGE
ABRAHAM IN CANAAN Abrams Journey From Ur To Shechem Annual Cycle In South Mesopotamia Dan Well-preserved gate from ca. 1800 BC EGYPT DURING THE MIDDLE BRONZE AGE
Gezer Standing stones from ca.
1600 BC—the time of the Israelite sojourn in Egypt
Giza, Egypt Pyramids built
by rulers of the Fourth Dynasty
Golan A dolmen marking a burial
site from the Middle Bronze I Period
ISAAC AND JACOB
MIDDLE BRONZE II SITES
IN THE SOUTHERN LEVANT
Gezer Standing stones from ca. 1600 BC—the time of the Israelite sojourn in Egypt Abrams Journey From Ur To Shechem Golan A dolmen marking a burial site from the Middle Bronze I Period ISAAC AND JACOB MIDDLE BRONZE II SITES IN THE SOUTHERN LEVANT
Mesopotamia
Near East During
Middle Bronze 2 Period
Negev Reconstructed
campsite from the MB I Period
THE EVENTS OF GENESIS 14 AND MIDDLE
BRONZE I (2200–2000 BC) SITES IN THE
THE NEAR EAST DURING THE
EARLY BRONZE AGE (3150–2220 BC)
Mesopotamia Near East During Middle Bronze 2 Period Negev Reconstructed campsite from the MB I Period THE EVENTS OF GENESIS 14 AND MIDDLE BRONZE I (2200–2000 BC) SITES IN THE THE NEAR EAST DURING THE EARLY BRONZE AGE (3150–2220 BC)
THE SOUTHERN LEVANT DURING THE
EARLY BRONZE AGE (3150–2200 BC)
Table of Nations
The Delta
The Euphrates at
Dura Europos
Syria
Mesopotamia
THE SOUTHERN LEVANT DURING THE EARLY BRONZE AGE (3150–2200 BC) Table of Nations The Delta The Euphrates at Dura Europos Syria / Mesopotamia
Canaan
Egypt
Canaan / Egypt
CAMPAIGN OF THUTMOSE III
AGAINST THE CANAANITES (1457 BC)
CANAAN DURING THE LATE
BRONZE AGE (1550–1200 BC)
Central And
Southern Campaigns
Conquest Of Gilead
And Bashan
CAMPAIGN OF THUTMOSE III AGAINST THE CANAANITES (1457 BC) CANAAN DURING THE LATE BRONZE AGE (1550–1200 BC) Central And Southern Campaigns Conquest Of Gilead And Bashan
EGYPT IN THE LATE
SECOND MILLENNIUM BC
Hazor Canaanite worship
center with numerous “standing stones
Israels Journey
to Plains Moab
SINAI DURING
THE BRONZE AGE
EGYPT IN THE LATE SECOND MILLENNIUM BC Hazor Canaanite worship center with numerous “standing stones Israels Journey to Plains Moab SINAI DURING THE BRONZE AGE
Sinai Mountains
surrounding Jebel Musa
Sinai Wilderness
Israel Spent 40 Years
THE LAND OF CANAAN
EXPLORED BY THE TWELVE SCOUTS
THE NORTHERN
CAMPAIGN
Sinai Mountains surrounding Jebel Musa Sinai Wilderness Israel Spent 40 Years THE LAND OF CANAAN EXPLORED BY THE TWELVE SCOUTS THE NORTHERN CAMPAIGN
The Delta
Canaan and Egypt
Sinai Mountains surrounding Jebel Musa Sinai Wilderness Israel Spent 40 Years
BABYLONIAN
INVASION OF JUDAH
Babylon, Persia
Judea, Egypt Timeline
Eighth-century wall built to
defend the western hill of Jerusalem
JUDAH IN THE DAYS OF
HEZEKIAH AND SENNACHERIB
BABYLONIAN INVASION OF JUDAH Babylon, Persia, Judea, Egypt Timeline Eighth-century wall built to defend the western hill of Jerusalem JUDAH IN THE DAYS OF HEZEKIAH AND SENNACHERIB
THE FALL OF THE
ASSYRIAN EMPIRE
THE NEO-BABYLONIAN
EMPIRE JUDAH EXILED
Jerusalem Several “false starts” near the center of
Hezekiah’s Tunnel where two work gangs met
THE FALL OF THE ASSYRIAN EMPIRE THE NEO-BABYLONIAN EMPIREJUDAH EXILED Jerusalem Several “false starts” near the center of Hezekiah’s Tunnel where two work gangs met
Athens The Parthenon on the Acropolis among other buildings
was under construction during the days of Ezra and Nehemiah
EZEKIEL’S VISION
(EZEK. 47–48)
FALL OF BABYLON;
RETURN FROM EXILE
JEWISH REFUGEES
FLEE TO EGYPT
Athens The Parthenon on the Acropolis among other buildings was under construction during the days of Ezra and Nehemiah EZEKIEL’S VISION (EZEK. 47–48) FALL OF BABYLON; RETURN FROM EXILE JEWISH REFUGEES FLEE TO EGYPT
THE PERSIAN EMPIRE
THE PROVINCE OF
JUDAH (YEHUD)
Tobiad family tomb at Tyre of Transjordan
plus detail of Tobiad inscription right of door
Athens The Parthenon on the Acropolis among other buildings was under construction during the days of Ezra and Nehemiah EZEKIEL’S VISION (EZEK. 47–48) FALL OF BABYLON; RETURN FROM EXILE
HEROD THE
GREAT’S KINGDOM
Herodium Interior courtyard of
Herod the Great’s pleasure palace
Herodium Recently discovered foundation
monument of the tomb of Herod the Great
Herodium Seven miles south of Jerusalem.
A combination pleasure palace, fort, and mausoleum
HEROD THE GREAT’S KINGDOM Herodium Interior courtyard of Herod the Great’s pleasure palace Herodium Recently discovered foundation monument of the tomb of Herod the Great Herodium Seven miles south of Jerusalem. A combination pleasure palace, fort, and mausoleum
Model of the temple in Jerusalem
that Herod the Great refurbished
TERRITORIAL CHANGES
AFTER POMPEY’S CONQUEST
THE ROMAN EMPIRE
(FIRST CENTURY BC)
Rome and Palestine
HEROD THE GREAT’S KINGDOM Herodium Interior courtyard of Herod the Great’s pleasure palace Herodium Recently discovered foundation monument of the tomb of Herod the Great Herodium Seven miles south of Jerusalem. A combination pleasure palace, fort, and mausoleum
A full-scale model of the excavated Galilee Boat.
This multipurpose boat could carry about 15 persons total
Black basalt foundation wall of an earlier synagogue upon which the
rebuilt white walls of the sixth century synagogue at Capernaum are visible
Church and olive grove at the traditional site of the
Garden of Gethsemane at the western foot of the Mount of Olives
JESUS’ MINISTRY—SIDON
TO JERUSALEM
A full-scale model of the excavated Galilee Boat. This multipurpose boat could carry about 15 persons total Black basalt foundation wall of an earlier synagogue upon which the rebuilt white walls of the sixth century synagogue at Capernaum are visible Church and olive grove at the traditional site of the Garden of Gethsemane at the western foot of the Mount of Olives JESUS’ MINISTRY—SIDON TO JERUSALEM
JESUS IN GALILEE
Nazareth Church of the Annunciation
surrounded by the hills rising above Nazareth
Remains of a first-century boat that was excavated
on the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee
Rock-cut sanctuary of Pan at Caesarea Philippi—near
where Peter affirmed that Jesus was the Messiah (Matt. 16)
JESUS IN GALILEE Nazareth Church of the Annunciation surrounded by the hills rising above Nazareth Remains of a first-century boat that was excavated on the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee Rock-cut sanctuary of Pan at Caesarea Philippi—near where Peter affirmed that Jesus was the Messiah (Matt. 16)
Sowers Cove” (Matt 131-2) on the
northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee
THE DIVISION OF
HEROD’S KINGDOM
Wilderness of Judah east of Jerusalem. Jesus fasted for forty
days in this area and passed through it on his way from Jericho to Jerusalem
Rome and Palestine
Sowers Cove” (Matt 131-2) on the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee THE DIVISION OF HEROD’S KINGDOM Wilderness of Judah east of Jerusalem. Jesus fasted for forty days in this area and passed through it on his way from Jericho to Jerusalem Rome and Palestine
AGRIPPA II’S KINGDOM
UNTIL THE JEWISH REVOLT
EXPANSION OF THE EARLY
CHURCH IN PALESTINE AND SYRIA
Gamala Breach in the defensive wall made
by the Romans when they captured the city–AD 67
Gamala View to west southwest of the city where 9,000 Jews
died attempting to defend the city against the Romans—AD 67
AGRIPPA II’S KINGDOM UNTIL THE JEWISH REVOLT EXPANSION OF THE EARLY CHURCH IN PALESTINE AND SYRIA Gamala Breach in the defensive wall made by the Romans when they captured the city–AD 67 Gamala View to west southwest of the city where 9,000 Jews died attempting to defend the city against the Romans—AD 67
Greek inscription, found in Jerusalem, forbidding
Gentiles to enter into the more sacred precincts
Head of Titus As general, he destroyed the temple
and Jerusalem and later (AD 79–81) ruled as emperor of Rome
JEWISH REVOLT
AGAINST ROME (AD 66–70)
Jerusalem Paved street with shops on the west side
of the temple mount (vertical wall on right)
reek inscription, found in Jerusalem, forbidding Gentiles to enter into the more sacred precincts of Head of Titus As general, he destroyed the temple and Jerusalem and later (AD 79–81) ruled as emperor of Rome JEWISH REVOLT AGAINST ROME (AD 66–70) Jerusalem Paved street with shops on the west side of the temple mount (vertical wall on right)
Rome Arch of Titus at the entrance to the Forum depicting the menorah
being displayed in Rome after the Jerusalem temple had been destroyed in AD 70
THE KINGDOM OF AGRIPPA I
PALESTINE AFTER JESUS’ DEATH
THE NEAR EAST AT THE
TIME OF PENTECOST
Rome and Palestine
Rome Arch of Titus at the entrance to the Forum depicting the menorah being displayed in Rome after the Jerusalem temple had been destroyed in AD 70 THE KINGDOM OF AGRIPPA I PALESTINE AFTER JESUS’ DEATH THE NEAR EAST AT THE TIME OF PENTECOST Palestine and Rome
ANCIENT CORINTH
Assos The temple of Athena. Paul visited Assos on
the return leg of his third journey (Acts 2013)
Corinth The temple of Apollo was over five hundred years
old by the time that Paul visited Corinth on his second journey
Ephesus View toward the now-silted harbor
from the theater at Ephesus (Acts 1923–41)
ANCIENT CORINTH Assos The temple of Athena. Paul visited Assos on the return leg of his third journey (Acts 2013) Corinth The temple of Apollo was over five hundred years old by the time that Paul visited Corinth on his second journey Ephesus View toward the now-silted harbor from the theater at Ephesus (Acts 1923–41)
Erastus inscription at Corinth Erastus was a wealthy official in Corinth
and this inscription tells how he laid the street at his own expense (Rom 1623)
PAUL’S FIRST
MISSIONARY JOURNEY
PAUL’S JOURNEY
TO ROME
PAUL’S SECOND
MISSIONARY JOURNEY
Erastus inscription at Corinth Erastus was a wealthy official in Corinth and this inscription tells how he laid the street at his own expense (Rom 1623) PAUL’S FIRST MISSIONARY JOURNEY PAUL’S JOURNEY TO ROME PAUL’S SECOND MISSIONARY JOURNEY
PAUL’S THIRD
MISSIONARY JOURNEY
Patara Probably the oldest preserved lighthouse in the world.
Paul changed ships at Patara on his return from his third journey (Acts 211)
Perga Hellenistic towers at Perga—Paul, Barnabas, and John
Mark visited the city on Paul’s first journey (Acts 1313; 1425)
SOUTHERN GREECE
IN ROMAN TIMES
PAUL’S THIRD MISSIONARY JOURNEY Patara Probably the oldest preserved lighthouse in the world. Paul changed ships at Patara on his return from his third journey (Acts 211) Perga Hellenistic towers at Perga—Paul, Barnabas, and John Mark visited the city on Paul’s first journey (Acts 1313; 1425) SOUTHERN GREECE IN ROMAN TIMES
THE EXTENT OF CHRISTIANITY IN
THE FIRST AND SECOND CENTURIES AD
Tarsus One of the main streets from the days of Paul. Note the basalt paving stones,
white limestone curbing, and the remains of buildings that line the right side of the street
Roman Emperors
Biblical Events/ Palestine
THE EXTENT OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE FIRST AND SECOND CENTURIES AD Tarsus One of the main streets from the days of Paul. Note the basalt paving stones, white limestone curbing, and the remains of buildings that line the right side of the street Roman Emperors / Biblical Events/ Palestine
Ephesus In the foreground, the meager
remains of the Artemis temple
Laodicea Calcified syphon that
once brought water into the city
Laodicea Excavated street of
this proud, self-satisfied city
Patmos The barren Aegean island
to which John was exiled (Rev 19)
Ephesus In the foreground, the meager remains of the Artemis temple Laodicea Calcified syphon that once brought water into the city Laodicea Excavated street of this proud, self-satisfied city Patmos The barren Aegean island to which John was exiled (Rev 19)
Pergamum The great theater and beyond
it, by the tree, the altar of Zeus
Sardis Gymnasium and palestra of
this once very rich city
THE SEVEN CHURCHES
OF REVELATION
Relative Size
Of Jerusalem
Pergamum The great theater and beyond it, by the tree, the altar of Zeus Sardis Gymnasium and palestra of this once very rich city THE SEVEN CHURCHES OF REVELATION Relative Size Of Jerusalem
Beersheba View of the gate area
Y. Aharoni, the excavator, exposed
Crusader entrance to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher
This church contains both the site of Calvary
JERUSALEM AT THE
TIME OF NEHEMIAH
JERUSALEM TOPOGRAPHY
Beersheba View of the gate area. Y. Aharoni, the excavator, exposed Crusader entrance to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. This church contains both the site of Calvary JERUSALEM AT THE TIME OF NEHEMIAH JERUSALEM TOPOGRAPHY
Looking east at the northeast corner
of the recently discovered “Pool of Siloam”
Looking south at the Dome of the Rock. Many
believe that this is where the ancient Israelite temples
NEW TESTAMENT
JERUSALEM
OLD TESTAMENT
JERUSALEM
Looking east at the northeast corner of the recently discovered “Pool of Siloam” Looking south at the Dome of the Rock. Many believe that this is where the ancient Israelite temples NEW TESTAMENT JERUSALEM OLD TESTAMENT JERUSALEM
Replica of a Tyrian coin used by Jews to pay the
Temple Tax during the Second Temple Period
THE SURROUNDINGS
OF JERUSALEM
View toward the old ancient core from the south
The golden-colored Dome of the Rock stands where
Garden Tomb located about 260 yards
north of the present-day wall
Replica of a Tyrian coin used by Jews to pay the Temple Tax during the Second Temple Period THE SURROUNDINGS OF JERUSALEM View toward the old ancient core from the south. The golden-colored Dome of the Rock stands where Garden Tomb located about 260 yards north of the present-day wall
Syria / Mesopotamia
Canaan / Israel
Canaan / Egypt
Assasination of
Julius Ceasar
Syria / Mesopotamia Canaan / Israel Canaan / Egypt Assasination of Julius Ceasar
A LEVITE AND HIS
CONCUBINE (JUDGES 19–21)
ARRIVAL AND SETTLEMENT
OF THE PHILISTINES
Allotments of Ephraim
Manasseh, and Benjamin
CANAAN IN THE
EL-AMARNA PERIOD
A LEVITE AND HIS CONCUBINE (JUDGES 19–21) ARRIVAL AND SETTLEMENT OF THE PHILISTINES Allotments of Ephraim, Manasseh, and Benjamin CANAAN IN THE EL-AMARNA PERIOD
DAVID AND GOLIATH
IN THE VALLEY OF ELAH
DAVID AND SAUL
David worked for the Philistines in this
area of the western NegevBesor Ravine
EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGNS
IN CANAAN
DAVID AND GOLIATH IN THE VALLEY OF ELAH DAVID AND SAUL David worked for the Philistines in this area of the western NegevBesor Ravine EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGNS IN CANAAN
LEVITICAL CITIES ALLOTTED WITHIN THE
TRIBAL AREAS, AND CITIES OF REFUGE
LIMITS OF ISRAELITE
SETTLEMENT
Oasis of En Gedi on the western shore of the
Dead Sea. Here David hid from Saul
Rebuilt House, A typical Israelite
dwelling down to the Babylonian exile
LEVITICAL CITIES ALLOTTED WITHIN THE TRIBAL AREAS, AND CITIES OF REFUGE LIMITS OF ISRAELITE SETTLEMENT Oasis of En Gedi on the western shore of the Dead Sea. Here David hid from Saul Rebuilt House, A typical Israelite dwelling down to the Babylonian exile
SAMUEL, THE PHILISTINES
AND THE CALL OF SAUL
SAUL’S BATTLES AGAINST
ISRAEL’S ENEMIES
THE ALLOTMENT
FOR DAN
THE JUDGES OF ISRAEL
SAMUEL, THE PHILISTINES, AND THE CALL OF SAUL SAUL’S BATTLES AGAINST ISRAEL’S ENEMIES THE ALLOTMENT FOR DAN THE JUDGES OF ISRAEL
THE SEA PEOPLES
THE TERRITORIES OF
JUDAH AND SIMEON
THE TRANSJORDAN TRIBES REUBEN
GAD, AND THE HALF-TRIBE OF MANASSEH
TRIBES NORTH OF THE JEZREEL VALLEY
ZEBULUN, ISSACHAR, ASHER, AND NAPHTALI
THE SEA PEOPLES THE TERRITORIES OF JUDAH AND SIMEON THE TRANSJORDAN TRIBES REUBEN, GAD, AND THE HALF-TRIBE OF MANASSEH TRIBES NORTH OF THE JEZREEL VALLEY ZEBULUN, ISSACHAR, ASHER, AND NAPHTALI
Transition to the Monarchy
Samuel and Saul
Israel / Judah / Egypt
Transition to the Monarchy Samuel and Saul Israel / Judah / Egypt
ALEXANDER’S CAMPAIGNS IN
ASIA MINOR AND THE LEVANT
Cilician Gates, though which Darius III and Alexander
the Great passed as they enteredexited Asia Minor
Coin with a representation
of Alexander the Great
PTOLEMAIC HYPARCHIES
(312–198 BC)
ALEXANDER’S CAMPAIGNS IN ASIA MINOR AND THE LEVANT Cilician Gates, though which Darius III and Alexander the Great passed as they enteredexited Asia Minor Coin with a representation of Alexander the Great PTOLEMAIC HYPARCHIES (312–198 BC)
Pleasure palace at Iraq el-Amir in
Jordan from the Hellenistic Period
SELEUCID EPARCHIES (198–142 BC)
THE EMPIRE OF
ALEXANDER THE GREAT
THE PTOLEMIES AND SELEUCIDS
IN THE THIRD CENTURY BC
Pleasure palace at Iraq el-Amir in Jordan from the Hellenistic Period SELEUCID EPARCHIES (198–142 BC) THE EMPIRE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT THE PTOLEMIES AND SELEUCIDS IN THE THIRD CENTURY BC
Syria / Mesopotamia
Palestine / Egypt
Tomb from the Hellenistic Period of a
Sidonian family living at Marisa in Idumea
East / Rome
Judea / Egypt
Syria / Mesopotamia / Palestine / Egypt Tomb from the Hellenistic Period of a Sidonian family living at Marisa in Idumea East / Rome / Judea / Egypt
ASSYRIAN EXPANSION
ASSYRIAN PROVINCES AFTER THE
FALL OF THE NORTHERN KINGDOM
Arad, Negev Judean worship center. Sacrificial
altar and courtyard on right, broad room to the left
BOUNDARY DISPUTE
BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH
ASSYRIAN EXPANSION ASSYRIAN PROVINCES AFTER THE FALL OF THE NORTHERN KINGDOM Arad, Negev Judean worship center. Sacrificial altar and courtyard on right, broad room to the left BOUNDARY DISPUTE BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH
Dan High place for worship. Jeroboam
originally put “golden calves
Dan Podium (partially reconstructed) where the
king sat on a throne at the entrance to the city gate
NORTHERN INVASION ROUTE
(DAMASCUS TO SHECHEM)
PROPHETIC ACTIVITY
IN ISRAEL AND JUDAH
Dan High place for worship. Jeroboam originally put “golden calves Dan Podium (partially reconstructed) where the king sat on a throne at the entrance to the city gate NORTHERN INVASION ROUTE (DAMASCUS TO SHECHEM) PROPHETIC ACTIVITY IN ISRAEL AND JUDAH
REHOBOAM’S FORTRESSES
THE CONFLICTS OF THE SOUTHERN KINGDOM
(TENTH TO EIGHTH CENTURIES BC)
THE DIVIDED KINGDOM AND
SHISHAK’S INVASION (925 BC)
THE NORTHERN KINGDOM
ISRAEL (930–722 BC)
REHOBOAM’S FORTRESSES THE CONFLICTS OF THE SOUTHERN KINGDOM (TENTH TO EIGHTH CENTURIES BC) THE DIVIDED KINGDOM AND SHISHAK’S INVASION (925 BC) THE NORTHERN KINGDOM—ISRAEL (930–722 BC)
Assyria / Babylon / Israel
Judah / Egypt
Assyria / Babylon / Israel / Judah / Egypt
Mt. Gerizim Monumental staircase from the
second century BC that led up to
PALESTINE OF THE MACCABEES
AND THE HASMONEAN DYNASTY
Qumran Cave IV Numerous Dead Sea
Scroll fragments were found in this cave
THE MACCABEAN
REVOLT (167–152 BC)
Mt. Gerizim Monumental staircase from the second century BC that led up to PALESTINE OF THE MACCABEES AND THE HASMONEAN DYNASTY Qumran Cave IV Numerous Dead Sea Scroll fragments were found in this cave THE MACCABEAN REVOLT (167–152 BC)
Temple of Zeus at Gerasa (Jordan)—one of
the Greco-Roman cities of the Decapolis
Tombs of the “sons of Hezir”
(left) and of “Zechariah”
Rome / Palestine / Egypt
Temple of Zeus at Gerasa (Jordan)—one of the Greco-Roman cities of the Decapolis Tombs of the “sons of Hezir” (left) and of “Zechariah” Rome / Palestine / Egypt
Ain Dara, Syria A winged creature (cherub)
guarding the entrance to the temple at Ain Dara
Ain Dara Syria Three foot long footprints of the deity carved on
the paving stones of the entrance to the temple at Ain Dara
DAVID’S WARS
OF EXPANSION
Geshur Iron Age gate at et-Tell
northeast of Sea of Galilee
Ain Dara, Syria A winged creature (cherub) guarding the entrance to the temple at Ain Dara Ain Dara Syria Three foot long footprints of the deity carved on the paving stones of the entrance to the temple at Ain Dara DAVID’S WARS OF EXPANSION Geshur Iron Age gate at et-Tell northeast of Sea of Galilee
Gezer Six-chamber gate at Gezer—probably
associated with the Solomonic building program
Gihon Spring The spring chamber of
the chief water source of Jerusalem
Hazor Double (casemate) wall attached to
the six-chambered (Solomonic) gate
ISRAEL DURING
SOLOMON’S REIGN
Gezer Six-chamber gate at Gezer—probably associated with the Solomonic building program Gihon Spring The spring chamber of the chief water source of Jerusalem Hazor Double (casemate) wall attached to the six-chambered (Solomonic) gate ISRAEL DURING SOLOMON’S REIGN
Jerusalem Ancient tunnel leading from where water was gathered to a point inside the city.
Possibly Joab and his men gained access to the city via this tunnel (2 Sam 5-8 - 1 Chron 11 6)
LIMITS OF ISRAEL PROPER IN WHICH
JOAB CONDUCTED A CENSUS FOR DAVID
REBELLIONS AGAINST
DAVID ABSALOM AND SHEBA
SOLOMON’S KINGDOM AND
MAJOR TRADE ROUTES
Jerusalem Ancient tunnel leading from where water was gathered to a point inside the city. Possibly Joab and his men gained access to the city via this tunnel (2 Sam 5-8 - 1 Chron 11 6) LIMITS OF ISRAEL PROPER IN WHICH JOAB CONDUCTED A CENSUS FOR DAVID REBELLIONS AGAINST DAVID ABSALOM AND SHEBA SOLOMON’S KINGDOM AND MAJOR TRADE ROUTES
SYRIAMESOPOTAMIA
(820 BC to 720 BC)
SYRIAMESOPOTAMIA
(940 BC to 840 BC)
TWELVE ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS
IN SOLOMON’S KINGDOM
SYRIAMESOPOTAMIA (820 BC to 720 BC) SYRIAMESOPOTAMIA (940 BC to 840 BC) TWELVE ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS IN SOLOMON’S KINGDOM
Chronology
Creation - Flood
Chronology
Abram - Joseph
Chronology
Moab - Edom
Chronology
Egypt - Exodus
5554-3298 BC 2166-1446 BC 1900 BC 1446-1356 BC
Chronology Creation - Flood Chronology Abram - Joseph Chronology Moab - Edom Chronology Egypt - Exodus
Chronology
Judges
Chronology
Ruth
Chronology
Eli - Solomon
Chronology
Kings and Prophets
1355-1004 BC 1300 BC 1186-931 BC 931-587 BC
Chronology Judges Chronology Ruth Chronology Eli - Solomon Chronology Kings and Prophets
Chronology
Babylonian Captivity
Chronology
Babylon - Persian Kingdoms
Chronology
Greek Kingdom
Chronology
Roman Kingdom
605-536 BC 623-333 BC 333-31 BC 49 BC – AD 135
Chronology Babylonian Captivity Chronology Babylon - Persian Kingdoms Chronology Greek Kingdom Chronology Roman Kingdom
Chronology
Daniel’s 70 Weeks
Book of
Revelation
Chronology
End times and last days
458 BC- AD 33 AD 66-70 0-20,000 years
Chronology Daniel’s 70 Weeks Book of Revelation Chronology of end times and last days
Egypt
Migration of
Abram from Ur
Abram, Lot Melchizedek
War of kings
2500 BC 2085 BC 2085-2075 BC
Egypt Migration of Abram from Ur Abram, Lot Melchizedek War of kings
Conquest
The Twelve Tribes
Conquest of Joshua
in the Amarna Tablets
1406-1400 1399 Joshua
Conquest The Twelve Tribes Conquest of Joshua in the Amarna Tablets
Othniel
Ehud, Ruth
Deborah
Gideon
Jephthah
Samson
1350-1204 1204-1144 1191-1144 1118-1094 1118-1078
Othniel Ehud, Ruth Deborah Gideon Jephthah Samson
Eli and
Samuel
King Saul before David
1128-1094 BC 1052-1025 BC
Eli and Samuel King Saul before David
Saul Hunts
David
The House
Of David
David Fulfills
Abraham’s Land Promise
Davids 33
Jerusalem Years
1018-1010 BC 1000~ BC 1003-1001 BC 1003-970 BC
Saul Hunts David The House Of David David Fulfills Abraham’s Land Promise Davids 33 Jerusalem Years
Absalom
Mutiny
1000 Wives
of Solomon
Shishak
Jeroboam
King of Israel
990-979 BC 990~ BC 926 BC 931-910 BC
Absaloms Mutiny 1000 Wives of Solomon Shishak Jeroboam King of Israel
Abijah
King of Judah
Asa, Elijah, Elisha, Ahab
Jehoshaphat, Joash, Jehu
Hazael King
of Aram
914-911 BC 870-795 BC 841-800 BC
Abijah King of Judah Asa, Elijah, Elisha, Ahab Jehoshaphat, Joash, Jehu Hazael King of Aram
Babylonian
Empire
Gedaliah
640-539 BC 605-568 BC
Babylonian Empire Gedaliah