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The Time of the Kings

The United Kingdom


1050-931 BC

Reign of Saul
1 Samuel 9:1

World Events
1050-1011
2 Samuel 1:27
1 Chronicles 8:33 - 10:14

Victorious over Tiglath-pileser I


Amonnites

Assyria ruler
Philistines
Amalelites

Saul and David


Agag ruler of Amalek
Death of Saul at Mt. Gilboa
Achish ruler of Gath

Reign of David
1011 - 971

1 Samuel 16:1

Hiram ruler of Tyre


1 Kings 2:11
1 Chronicles 11:1-29:30

Fall of Jerusalem
586

Alliance with Hamath and Tyre

Revolt of Absalom
Reign of Solomon
1 Kings 1:11-11:43
Hiram, king of Tyre
1 Chronicles 29:20
through 2 Chronicles 9:31

Building of the Temple


Hadad the Edomite in Egypt
in exile

Visit of the Queen of Sheba


Shishak, king of Egypt
(22 Dynasty)

Jeroboam in exile
Death of Solomon

Division of the Kingdom

THE TIME OF THE KINGS

The Divided Kingdom

The Kingdom of Judah


931 - 586 BC

Reign Time Period Scripture

 Rehoboam 931-913 1 Kings 11:43 - 14:31


2 Chronicles 9:31 - 12:15

 Abijam (Abijah) 913-911 1 Kings 14:31 - 15:8

 Asa 911-875 1 Kings 15:8-24


2 Chronicles 14:1-16:14

 Jehoshaphat 875-848 1 Kings 15:24 - 22:50


2 Chronicles 17:1 - 21:1

 Jehoram (Joram) 848-841 2 Kings 8:25 - 9:28


2 Chronicles 21:1-20

 Ahaziah 841 2 Kings 8:25 - 9:28


2 Chronicles 22:1-19
 Athalia 841-836 2 Kings 11:1-20
2 Chronicles 22:10-23:15
 Jehoash (Joash) 836-797 2 Kings 11:21 - 12:21
2 Chronicles 24:1-27
 Amaziah 797-781 2 Kings 14:1-20
2 Chronicles 24:27-25:28
 Uzziah (Azariah) 781-740 2 Kings 14:21-15:7

Ministry of Jonah 2 Chronicles 26:1-23


Ministry of Amos

 Jotham 740-732 2 Kings 15:7-38


2 Chronicles 26:23-27:9
 Ahaz 731-715 2 Kings 15:38-16:20
2 Chronicles 27:9 - 28:27

End of the Northern Kingdom


722 BC

The Kingdom of Judah


(cont.)

Rezin and Pekah siege Jerusalem


Ministry of Micah

 Hezekiah 715-687 2 Kings 16:20 - 20:21


2 Chronicles 28:27- 32:33

Assyrians conquers
Judah 701

 Manasseh 687-642 2 Kings 20:21 - 21:18


2 Chronicles 32:31 - 33:20

Ministry of Nahum

 Amon 642-640 2 Kings 21:18 - 26


2 Chronicles 33:20 - 25

 Josiah 640-609 2 Kings 21:24 - 23:30


2 Chronicles 33:25-35:27

Religious reforms

Ministry of Jeremiah
Ministry of Zephaniah

 Jehoahaz (Shallum) 609 2 Kings 21:24-23:30


2 Chronicles 33:25-35:27
 Jehoiakim 609-597 2 Kings 23:34-24:6
2 Chronicles 36:4-8

Daniel in exile
Ministry of Habakkuk
Ministry of Ezekiel

 Jehoiakin 597 2 Kings 24:6-25:30

Jerusalem surrenders
Jehoiakin deported

 Zedekiah 597-586 2 Kings 24:17-25:7


2 Chronicles 36:10-21

Jerusalem is seige
589

Jerusalem falls and Exile begins


586

THE TIME OF THE KINGS

The Divided Kingdom

The Kingdom of Israel


931-722 BC

 Jeroboam I 931-910 1 Kings 12:20-1420


2 Chronicles 10:2-13:20

Ministry of Ahijah

 Nadab 910-909 1 Kings 14:20-15:31

 Baasha 909-886 1 Kings 15:16-16:7

Ministry of Hanani
Ministry of Jehu

 Elah 886-885 1 Kings 16:8-14


 Zimir 885 1 Kings 16:8-20
 Omri 885-874 1 Kings 16:16-28
 Samaria established

 Ahab 874-853 1 Kings 16:28-22:40


2 Chronicles 18:1-34

Ministry of Elijah

 Ahaziah 853-852 1 Kings 22:40-2 Kings 1:1


2 Chronicles 20:35-37

 Jehoram (Joram) 852-841 2 Kings 1:17-9:29


2 Chronicles 22:5-7

Ministry of Elisha
Ministry of Obadiah
Jehu kills the kings of Israel and Judah

 Jehu 841-814 2 Kings 9:11-10:36


2 Chronicles 22:7-9

 Jehoahaz 814-799 2 Kings 10:35-13:9

 Joash (Jehoash) 799-782 2 Kings 13:9-14:16


2 Chronicles 25:17-25

 Jeroboam II 782-743 2 Kings 13:13-14:29

Ministry of prophecy

 Zachariah (Zechariah) 743 2 Kings 14:29-15:12

 Menahem 743-738 2 Kings 15:22-26


 Pekahiah 738-737 2 Kings 15:25-31
2 Chronicles 28:6
 Hosea 731-722 2 Kings 15:30-18:12

Samaria fall and citizens


are deported
THE TIME OF THE EXILE AND RETURN
586 BC - 331 BC

 Ministry of Ezekiel ends 571 Ezekiel 17-21

 Release of Jehoiachin 562 2 Kings 25:28

 A Feast for Belshazzar 539 Daniel 5

 Daniel in the lion’s den 538 Daniel 6

 Edict of Cyrus 538 2 Chronicles 36:22; Ezra 1:1

 Zerubbabel appointed governor of Jerusalem


538 Ezra 1:5-2:70

 Temple foundation laid 537 Ezra 3-6

 Temple rebuilt 520 Ezra 4:24

 Temple dedicated 516 Ezra 6:15

 Feast of Ahaseurus 483 Esther 1


(Xerxes I)

 Esther becomes queen 479 Esther 2

 A second return 458 Ezra 7:1,8,9

 Return under Nehemiah 445 Nehemiah 2:1

 Rebuilding of city wall 444 Nehemiah 6:15


Religious reforms Nehemiah 10

 Ministry of Malachi 430 Malachi

 Nehemiah dies c. 400

 Judah appoint High Priest 359

 Alexander the Great is greeted in Jerusalem


332
 Alexandria, Egypt Jews resettled
331
 Onias I appointed high priest 330

 Ptolemy conquers Jerusalem 320

 Seleucides rule Syria 312

 Egypt rules Palestine 301

 Septuagint (LXX) translated 284

 Antiochus the rules Palestine


198

 Revolt of the Maccabees 167

 Temple rededicated 165

 Judea freed 141

 Rise of Pharisees and Sadducees 109

 Jerusalem taken by Pompey 63

 Temple is plundered by Crassus 54

 Antipater appointed procurator 47

Herod the Great dies and Christ is born


4 BC