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2578. Joshua died at the age of.

110 .1426

8508. Othoiel raised up to deliv-
er them from the hands

of €hushan 1402

2668. Ehod,who delivered them

from the Moabites . . 1336

8719. Deborah 1285

2759. Gideon, who conquered

the Midianites .... 1245

2768. Abimelech 1236

8771. Thola 1233

8794. Jair 1210

8816. Jephthah, who made a

rash new .' . 1188

3822. Ibzan 1182

2829. Eton .1175

3640. Abdon 1164

8847. Ell 1157

8887. Samuel, who anointed

Saul king of Israel . . 1117

KINGS OF ALL ISRAEL.

8886. Saul . . 1069

2945. David 1059

9985. Solomon 1019



RINGS OF JUDAH.



3035.



3049. Asa

3040. Jehoihapbat.

3115. Jehoram. . .



979
957
955
914



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A. M.

3119. Ahaziah .
3130. Athaliah

3136. Jehoash . . 878

3165. Amaziah 839

3194. Uzziah, or Azariah ... 810

3346. Jotham 738

3362. Ahaz 742

3877. Hezekiah 727

3306. Manasseh 698

3361. Ammon 643

3363. Josiah 641

3395. Jehoiakim 9»

3405. Jehdakin 509

3406. Zedekiah 598

KINGS OF ISRAEL.

Thed<
3029. Je
3050. Ni



3051. Be

3074. El

3075. Zi
3079. Or
3086. Al

3107. Al

3108. Jo
3130. Je!
3148. Jei
3165. Jei
3179. Je..



m of the ten Tribes,

m. son of Nebat . 975

■ . v 954

. / 953

930

ribni, and Omri . 929

lone 935

918



884
856



Second .... 825

3231. Zechariah 773

3232. Shallum, son of Jabesh . 773
3232. Monahim of Gadi .... 773

3243. Fekaiah 761

3245. Fekah 759

3274. Hosea of Elan 730

3283. Hosea and the Israelites

carried captives into

Assyria 791



THE PROPHETS.
3303. Jonah prophesied against

Nineveh

3204. Joel prophesied ......

3217. Amos prophesied against

king Jeroboam ....
3319. Hosea prophesied against

Israel

3244. Isaiah began to prophesy
3346. JJahum prophesied a-

gainst Nineveh ....
3251. Micah prophesied against

Judah and Jerusalem .



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4.11, B.C.

3374. Zepnaniah prophesied. . 630
3385. Habakkuk prophesied . . 609
3417. Ezekiel in captivity , had

hisfirstvision 587

3417. Obadiah prophesied a-

gaiiut the Edomites . 587
3448 Daniel had his vision of

the four empires ... 555
3484. Haggai prophesied ... 590
3484. Zeehariah prophesied . . 530
3607. Malachi writes his book,

which was the end of

and prophecy . 397



KINGS OF ASSYRIA, BABY-
LON, &c.
3343.80 751



A.M.



3257.
3975.



3985.



3387.
3400.
3410.
3449.



3510.



B.C.

Tiglath Pifeser 747

Bakdan 747

Sahnaneser * . 799

Merodach Baladan . . . 791

Senacherib 719

Esarhaddon, Asnapper . 711

Sargon 711

Sardanapalus 711

Tihakah 710

Arphaxad 709

Pharaoh Necho 617

Nebuchadnezzar .... 604

Pharaoh Hophrae .... 594

Belshazzar 555

Cyrus 536

DariuB the Made .... 593

Ahasuerus 494



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CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE.



jtycrandv to Scrip-



Gen.



iv.
r. 5.

94.

97.
vi.— vii.

m xi.

W 97.

xviii.— six.

xxii.

xxxvil.
Ex. ii. 1—3.

xii.—xiv.

Joah.iii.-iv.
Judg.xiii.84.
4 Sam. ix. x.



The creation •

The fall of Adam and Eve, and their

ment from Eden

Cain kills his brother Abel, about

Adam dies

Enoch is translated

Methuselah, the oldest man, aged 969 years, dies

The deluge

The tower of Babel built » . . .

Abram born ..•••.«

Sodom and the other cities of the plain destroyed

Abraham often up his son Isaac

Joseph sold into Egypt

Moses born, and exposed on the Nile

The Israelites leave Egypt, and pass over the

RedSea

They enter the land of Canaan

Samson, the strongest man that ever lived, born

Saul appointed king .

David is born



3876
3074
3017



1770
9008
9107
9133
9976



9513
9553
9844
9909

mi



1656 9948



9934
1996
1807
1871
1798
1571



1481
1451
1160
1095
1065



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tun.
2 Sam. ii.

xii. 24.
1 Kings vi. 1.

xii.
B Kings ii.



Daniel i. 3 — 6.



xxv. )
xxx vi. >
ix. lii. >



2 Kings xxv,
2Chron.
Jer. xxxix
Daniel v.

Ezrai. ii.
Isaiah xlv,
Ezra vi. 14—!
Neh. i. ii



CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE.



He is anointed king over all Israel . .

Solomon is born

He lays the foundation of the temple . . .

Revolt of the ten tribes

Elijah is taken to heaven in a fiery chariot
Isaiah, Amos, Jonah and Hosea proph- (

esy i }

Jeremiah begins to prophesy

Daniel and his companions led captive

Babylon

Cyrus born .

Ezokiel begins to prophesy

Nebuchadnezzar takes and destroys Jerusal

From this time the Babylonish capti

begins

Cyrus takes Babylon by night, and slays

shazzar



147



Mai. i. — iv.



The Jews return from captivity



The temple rebuilded, and dedicated .' . .
Nehemiah begins to rebuild Jerusalem . . .
Plato, the celebrated philosopher, bora . .

Malachi delivors his prophecy

Here ike O. T. Scriptural history closet

Aristotle, the philosopher, born

Alexander the Great is born in Persia

Plato dies

Philip, king of Macedon, murdered, and succeeded by his

Alexander tho Great

Alexander the Great dies at Babylon, after having extended

empire over Macedonia, Thrace, Syria, and Egypt ....
Ptolemy Soter takes Jerusalem, and carries a great numbi

Jews to Egypt

Epicurus begins to teach his profligate philosophy .....
The dominions of Alexander the Great formed into four k

doms,— Egypt, undor Ptolemy Soter ; Macedonia, under <

sender j Thrace, under Lysimachus : and Syria, with all

East, under Seleucus : thus was Daniel's vision (Dan. viii

accomplished

Ptolemy Soter dies, and is succeeded by his son, Ptolemy PI

delphua

Seleucus, king of Syria, slain, and succeeded by his son, Ai

chus Soter

The Hebrew Scriptures began to be translated into Greek al
Antiochus Soter dies, and is succeeded by his son, Antic

Theus

Manasseh, high nriest, successor to Simon the Just, dies, ai

succeeded by Onias II

Ptolemy Philadelphus, of Egypt, dies, and is succeed*

Ptolemy Eoergetes . r

Antiochus Theus, king of Syria, is poisoned by his wife Law

and is succeeded by his son, Seleucus Callinicus .....
■eleucus Callinicus is taken by the Parthians, diet in Pari

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flalracui Oeraunus poisoned by bis attendants

Ho ii succeeded by his brother, Antiochus the Great

Ptolemy Euergetes, king of Egypt, dies, and his son, Ptolemy
Philopater, succeeds him

Onias II. dies, and Simon II. succeeds him to the high priest's
office

Ptolemy Philopater obtains possession of Judea

He dies, and is succeeded by Ptolemy Epiphanes, his son ... .

ffimon II., highpriest, dies, and is succeeded by Onias III. . . .

Antiocbus the Great is slain, and is succeeded by his son, Selett-
cus Philopater

Ptolemy Epiphanes. of Egypt, is slain, and Ptolemy Philometor,
his son, succeeds him •

Seloucus Philopater dies, and is succeeded by his brother, Antio-
cbus Epiphanes

Jason buys the high priesthood ? and supplants his brother Onias

He, in turn, is supplanted by his brother Menelaus

Antiochus Epiphanes begins to persecute the Jews

Mattathias and his sons take arms against him .........

Judas MaccabsBus succeeds his father Mattathias, in command,
and obtains a most signal victory over Antiochus

He recovers Jerusalem, and restores the worship of the temple .

Antiochus Epiphanes dies. Antiochus Eupator, his son, suc-
ceeds him

Menelaus, high priest, is slain, and succeeded by Alcimus . . .

Demetrius, son of Selencus Philopater, slays Antiochus Eupator,
and succeeds to the throne of Syria

Judas Maccabeus is slain, and succeeded by his brother Jonathan

Alcimus, high priest, dies, and the Jews enjoy peace ......

Jonathan is made high priest

Onias, son of Onias III., builds a temple in Egypt like that at
Jerusalem

Jonathan is treacherously murdered by Tryphon, and is succeed-
ed in the high priesthood by Simon . . . - t

Simon is also made sovereign ruler of Judea

This sovereignty is confirmed to him by the unanimous consent
of the Jews, assembled at Jerusalem

He is murdered by Ptolemy, his son-in-law, and is succeeded by
his son John, surnamed Hyrcanus

Hyrcanus conquers Samaria and all Galilee

He leaves the Pharisees, a sect recently formed among the Jews,
who had supported him, and joins the Sadduceos, their op-
ponents

Re dies, and Aristobulus, his son, succeeds him, under the title
of tin*

Aristobulus dies, and is succeeded by Alexander Jannsnis, bis
brother

Pontpey and Cicero born in the same year

Alexander Janneus dies, and his wife, Alexandra, succeeds him

Herod the Great is born

Alexandra dies. Hyrcanus. her eldest son, seises the kingdom,
but is soon deprived of it by Aristobulus. his younger brother

nunpey the Great subdues Syria, and reduces it to a Bona*
province

Augustus Omar is born . . .



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3781


B.C.
923


3763

3785
3787
3900

3809

3816

3834

3898
3999
3839
3886


991

919
917
904

195

188

180

176
175
179
168


3638
3839

3840
3841

3349
3843
3845
3351

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166

165

164
163

169
161
159
153

149


336J


143


3863

3P69
3695

3896

3897

3898

3995
3939

3934

3939

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135
109

108

107

106

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Crassus, a Roman general, plunders the temple at

Julius Cesser is made perpetual dictator

He is assassinated in the senate

The Parthians appoint Antigonne king of Judea

Herod, having obtained the kingdom of Judea from the Roman

senate, besieges Jerusalem

He takes the city, and establishes his kingdom

Herod, in a fit of jealousy, puts to death hft wife Mariamne : .
Augustus Omar acquires absolute dominion over the whole

Roman <



a empire



Herod begins to repair and beautify the temple . .
He puts to death the two sons he had by Mariamne

Mtfmenat to Scrip-
ture.
Lukei.



Luke i. 96-38.
Matt.i. Lukei.



Matt. ii. 14.



Luke ii. 46.



Matt. iii. — iw.
Mark i.
Luke iii. 31.
Matt, xxvii.
Mark xv.
Luke xziii.
Johnxix.
Aetsix.



Aetexfl.



In this year the angel promised a son to%liza-
beth

Jesus promised, by the same angel, to Mary .

Jxsus Christ, thx Saviour or triWorld,
is born . . . :

The flight of Joseph with Jesus into Egypt . .

Antipater put to death by order of Herod, his
father

Herod dies five days after

Archelaus appointed king of Judea

The vulgar ere, or common mode of reckoning
from the birth of Christ, begins here, but is
probably about 4 years after the real time .

Archelaus banished to Vienna ?

Jesus disputes with the doctors in the temple .

Marcus Ambivius governor of Judea

Tiberius is admitted to share the authority with
Augustus Caesar, emperor of Rome

Annius Rufus succeeds Marcus Ambivius . . .

Augustus Cawar dies, and is succeeded by Ti-
berius, hia adopted son

Valerius Gratus is made governor of Judea . .

Joseph, surnamed Caiaphas, is made high priest

Pontius Pilate made governor of Judea, and
John the Baptist begins his ministry ....

Our Saviour is baptised, and begins to preach
about this time



Jesus is crucified .



Saul is converted .



Tiberius dies, and is succeeded by Caligula . .
■Caligula dies, and Claudius succeeds him . . .
Claudius makes Herod Agrippa king of Jo-

■*••

Herod is smitten by an angel, and dies ....
Claodius, the emperor, dies, and is succeeded

by Nero

Prtix made governor of Judea .... . . .

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3060


44


3064


40


3965


39


3967


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3975


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3960


94


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3096


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4014


10


4016


19


4017


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4018


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4010


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4031


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4037


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4033


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4041


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4045


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tttftrenca to Serif He ii superseded by Festus

Nero, the emperor, sets fire-to the city of Rome,
ana charges it upon the Christians, meny of

whom are, in consequence, slain

Nero dies, and Galba Micceeds him ......

Galba is murdered, and Otho is made emperor
Otho kills himself, and VitePius succeeds him
Vrtellius is speedily cut off, and Vespasian is

declared emperor

Matt. xxiv. About the beginning of his reign, Jerusalem is
taken by the Romans under Titus, and de-
stroyed, according to the prediction of Christ.
In this siege about eleven hundred thousand
persons perished !

Vespasian dies. Titus, his son, succeeds him . .

Titus die*, and is succeeded by his brother, Domitian ......

l?o:r.itian is slain, and succeeded by Nerva .

Nerva dies, and is succeeded by Trajan, a Spaniard . - . . . .
John dies about this time



Trajan, the emperor, dies, and Adrian succeeds him
Adrian rebuilds Jerusalem



Ho dies, and is succeeded by Antoninus Pius

Passing over a long succession of emperors, we come to Constan-
tino the Great

Foal of the Roman empire removed to Constantinople

Etitfubius flourished

Ambrose Biod

Chrysostom died

T!:.t Pelagian heresy condemned by the bishops of Africa . . . .

Jerome died

Augustine died

Extinction of the western einpiro of the Romans

Clovis king of France

Time computed by the Christian era proposed by Dionysius,
the monk

The manufacture of silk introduced into Europe

The Latin tongue coaxes to he spokon in Italy about

Mahomet flies from Mecca to Medina

Jerusalem taken by the Saracr.ns under Omar

J .ihrary of Alexandria burnt by the Saracens I . .

Ghuf4 invented in England by Kcnalt, a monk

Charlemagne, king of Franco, gives the presout names to the
winds and months

Alfred the Great, king of England, founds tlte University of
Oxford

The University of Cambridge, Eng. founded by Edward, the
Elder

The figures of arithmetic brought into Europe, from Arabia, by
the Saracens .»

Musical characters invented by Guide Arotino, a monk

The Turks take Jerusalem from the Saracen

'"he tower of London built by William

rhe first crusade to the Holy Land

Glees windows began to be used in private houses, in England

Jerusalem taken by Saladic .'



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4085
4100
4109
4J04
4121
4J41
4142

4310
4333
4341
4401
4411
4420
4424
4434
4480
4485

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4554
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4640
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Surnames began to be usod

The Inq jisition established by Pope Innocent HI

London incorporated •

Wine sold, by the apothecaries, as a cordial

The polarity of the magnet said to have been discovered at Na-
ples, by Gioia

The popes remove to Avignon, France, for 70 years

Gunpowder invented by Swartz, a monk of Cologne

Oil painting first used by John Van Eyk

Gold first coined in England

Wicklifle begins to oppose the errors of the Romish church. . .

A schism in the Romish church, by which there are made two
popes, one at Avignon, the other at Rome

Cannon first used by the English at Calais

Cards invented in Franco for the king's amusement

John Hum burnt

Jerome of Prague burnt t

Art of printing invented by Laurentius of Haerlem : first done
on wooden types, about

Constantinople taken by the Turks

Art of engraving on copperplate invented

America first discovered by Columbus

South America discovered by Americus Vetpucius, from whom
the whole continent was named

Thb RnroBMATioiv, in Germany, began by M. Luthor ....

The first voyage round the world performed by a ship of Magel-
lan's squadron •

Reformation in England

In Scotland, under John Knox

Knives first made in England

Great massacre of Protestants at Paris

Socinus propagates his opinions

The first child of Christian parents born in the United States,
in Virginia

Presbyterian church government established in Scotland ....

Arminius propagates his opinions

Settlement commenced at New York and Albany, by tho Dutch

African slaves first brought to Virginia and sold, by the Dutch

Colony planted at Plymouth, (Mass.) Dec. 93

Harvard College (Mass.) founded

Cromwell assumes the protectorship

Yale College (Conn.; founded

First newspaper published in America, at Boston

Washington born. Feb. 29

First English Bible printed in America, at Philadelphia ....

Independence of the U.S. declared by Congress, July 4

Treaty of peace between Great Britain and the United States

Constitution of the United States framed

Federal government commenced its operations

General Washington dies, Dec. 14,

Bonaparte declared first eonsal at Paris

Bonaparte crowned emperor of France

War declared by the United States against Great Britain . . .

Peace restored



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of the Weather, and tome of the Productions' of the Earth, t» Pah$tine.



I. Feast of Trumped.
10. Day of Atonement.
lS.FtaatorTtbernadM.
22. Last day of the Feast.



F«*wwJ»,*c



Wtattot, Production*, fe.



GreaTheat in the day, and the nights cold.

Rain frequently falls at the end of this

There are abundance of grape* ripe.
They begin to plough and to paw.



Sometimei the niny season (called the mrkf or former rain) dose
not commence till this month.



e till
The extreme heat is now abated.
The dew is more plentiful than with us.
Wheat and barley are sown.
The latter grapes are gathered.



. The Feast of I

tion.



ftcertaiidy continences tbfeinont
in day time, but the nights a



The general sowing ctf corn is in this month.



fall in this

The cold is



he cold is sometimes very piercing, i
from cold, but the snow seldom remains all "day on fl
The grass and herbs spring up after the rains.



There is snow on the mountains, but near Jericho the cold "is

hardly felt
The winter is chiefly remarkable for frequent showers, which Ml

more in the night than day time.
Corn Is still sown.
The winter fig is stffl found on the trees, though stripped of leaves.



14. Beginning of the Tear
of Trees.



Chiefly remarkable mr rain.
Towards the



14 and 15. TheFeastof



end of this month, the i
sown at Aleppo, ti



the middle of this



14. Paschal lamb killed.

15. The Passover.

16. The Ant fruits of
the Barley Harvest
presented.

21. The end of the Fan-
over, and unleav
ened Bread.



Rain (called the latter rain) frequent

Great heat in the plains of Jericho; persons have perished flmmgh

the heat of the sun.
The riven swell from the nin and thawing of the snow.
Barley ripe at Jericho, but little of the wheat is in the ear.
The fig-tree blossoms, even while the winter fig is on the tree.
The rine produces the first clnsten : about Sidon they have a triple

produce in the year.



Frequent rains ; heats excessive near Jericho.
The harvest depends on the duration of the rainy *
Barley is generally cut down this month.
Wheat begins to ripen.



sive heat renders the earth barren, as a sharp winter does
j the north and east winds increase the heat ; the west



& Fentecwt. or the Feast
of Wetta.
The fint f ruits of the
Wheat



The

with i ...

wind decreases it at Aleppo.
The snow on Libanus thaws rapidly.
Barley sometimes not all cut down till this i
Wheat is cut in this month.
The grass and herbs have grown in some places above a yard high.



The weather is extremely hot, not cold even in the night J rain Is

now very rare.
The inhabitants pass their nights on the roofs of the houses.
The rice an d early figs ripen.



9k The temple taken on
this day, first by the Chal-
deans, and afterwards
oy tfi Romans.



The heat is still more intense.

Libanus is, for the most part, freed from ■

exposed to the sun.
Ripe dates at Jericho.



The sky is serene and fair, and the heat extreme.
Ripe figs at Jerusalem, and ripe olives near Jericho.
Gra pes are ripe, and the clusters very large.



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