Timeline 771 BC – 1000 BC King David Elisha Elijah Kings of Judah and Israel

YearEvents and Comments
Chart: Kings of Israel and Judah
Prior: Timeline 501 BC – 770 BC
771 BC23rd year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC (793-753 BC total)

Amaziah (796-767 BC total) and Uzziah (792 – 740 total) 792-767 (as a unit) BC Kings of Judah


Ashur-dan III was King of Assyria from 773 to 755 BC.

771 BC: Ancient Documents: “The Laws of the Kings: The Black Stone 48 “This very ancient inscription found in the Roman Forum near the reputed grave of Romulus is in a poor state of preservation. Written in archaic letters and still unintelligible, it may be a boundary stone marking the limits of some sacred precinct or it may contain some laws of a very early period.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
772 BC22nd year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC

Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah


Ashur-dan III was King of Assyria from 773 to 755 BC.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
773 BC21st year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC

Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah


Ashur-dan III was King of Assyria from 773 to 755 BC.

773 BC—Ashur-Dan III ▲succeeds his brother Shalmaneser IV▼ as king of Assyria rules until 755 BC.

773 BC—Death of Shoshenq III, king of Egypt.▼825–773 B.C.


Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC

Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (23rd Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
774 BC20th year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC

Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

774 BC—End of the reign of king Pygmalion of Tyre.▼

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
775 BC19th year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC

Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
776 BC18th year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC

Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah


Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

776 BC—First Olympic Games, according to Diodorus Siculus (of the 1st century BC).

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
777 BC17th year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC

Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah


Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
778 BC16th year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC

Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah


Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

778 BC—Agamestor,▼ King of Athens, dies after a reign of 17 years and is succeeded by his son Aeschylus.▲

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
779 BC15th year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC

Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah


Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
780 BC14th year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC

Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah


Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
781 BCAmaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah

13th year of Jeroboam II
Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC


Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
782 BC

15th year of king Amaziah the son of Joash KOJ.
Amaziah (YEAR 15) and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah

Jereboam II (alone) King of Israel 782-753 BC▲
Jehoash ▼and Jereboam II 793-782 BC Kings of Israel
12th year of Jeroboam II


II Kings 14:23 In the fifteenth year of Amaziah the son of Joash, king of Judah, Jeroboam the son of Joash, king of Israel, became king in Samaria, and reigned forty-one years. 24 And he did evil in the sight of the LORD; he did not depart from all the sins of Jeroboam the son of Nebat, who had made Israel sin. 25 He restored the territory of Israel from the entrance of Hamath to the Sea of the Arabah, according to the word of the LORD God of Israel, which He had spoken through His servant Jonah the son of Amittai, the prophet who was from Gath Hepher. NOTE: Jonah lived prior to this date…782 BC
Read Jonah 1
“Jonah’s Disobedience
Now the word of the Lord came to Jonah the son of Amittai



Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC

Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (23rd Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 BC
783 BC11th year of Jeroboam II
Jehoash and Jereboam II 793-782 BC Kings of Israel

793-782 BC Kings of Israel
Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah
14

783 AD: Shalmaneser IV ▲succeeds his father
Adad-nirari III ▼as king of Assyria.

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (23rd Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
784 BC10th year of Jeroboam II
Jehoash and Jereboam II 793-782 BC Kings of Israel
Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah
13

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
785 BC9th year of Jeroboam II
Jehoash and Jereboam II 793-782 BC Kings of Israel
Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah
12

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
786 BC8th year of Jeroboam II
Jehoash and Jereboam II 793-782 BC Kings of Israel
Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah
11

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
787 BC7th year of Jeroboam II
Jehoash and Jereboam II 793-782 BC Kings of Israel
Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah
10

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
788 BC6th year of Jeroboam II
Jehoash and Jereboam II 793-782 BC Kings of Israel
Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah
9

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
789 BC5th year of Jeroboam II

Jehoash and Jereboam II 793-782 BC Kings of Israel
Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah
8

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
790 BC4th year of Jeroboam II
Jehoash and Jereboam II 793-782 BC Kings of Israel

Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah
7

Marduk-bel-zeri, King of Babylon, r. c.790–780 BC▲
Ninurta-apla-X full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC▼
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
791 BC3rd year of Jeroboam II
Jehoash and Jereboam II 793-782 BC Kings of Israel
Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah
6

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
Ninurta-apla-X full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC
792 BC2nd year of Jeroboam II
Jehoash and Jereboam II

793-782 BC Kings of Israel
Amaziah and Uzziah 792-767 BC Kings of Judah▲

Amaziah (796-767 BC) (alone) King of Judah 796-792 BC ▼
5

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (23rd Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
Ninurta-apla-X full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC
793 BC1st year of Jeroboam II
▲ Jehoash (798-782 total) and Jereboam II (793 – 753 total) 793-782 (together only)
BC Kings of Israel
Jehoash (alone) King of Israel 798-793▼

Amaziah (alone) King of Judah 796-792 BC
(796-767 BC altogether) 4

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC

Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (23rd Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
Ninurta-apla-X full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC
794 BCJehoash (alone) King of Israel 798-793
Amaziah (alone) King of Judah 796-792 BC
3

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

The Merneptah Stele, dated to about 1206 BC and now housed at the Cairo Museum, offers the earliest historical evidence of a people called Israel.

In 1968, Dever discovered an inscription in a cemetery west of Hebron, in the hill country, at the site of Khirbet el-Qôm, a Hebrew inscription of the 8th century B.C. It gives the name of the deceased, and it says “blessed may he be by Yahweh”—that’s good biblical Hebrew—but it says “by Yahweh and his Asherah.”



Asherah is the name of the old Canaanite Mother Goddess, the consort of El, the principal deity of the Canaanite pantheon.
The Israelite prophets and reformers denounce the Mother Goddess and all the other gods and goddesses of Canaan. But Asherah was widely venerated in ancient Israel. If you look at Second Kings 23, which describes the reforms of King Josiah in the late 7th century, he talks about purging the Temple of all the cult paraphernalia of Asherah. Asherah even penetrated the Temple in Jerusalem.


Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (23rd Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC
Ninurta-apla-X full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC

795 BCJehoash (alone) King of Israel 798-793
Amaziah (alone) King of Judah 796-792 BC
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Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Alara, King of Kush, r. 795 – c.765 BC▲
Osorkon III, Pharaoh of Egypt (23rd Dynasty), r. 795–767 BC▲

Ninurta-apla-X full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC
796 BCJehoash (alone) King of Israel 798-793
Amaziah (alone) King of Judah 796-792 BC ▲
1

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

796 BC- Adad-Nirari III captures Damascus after a siege against King Ben-Hadad III.

Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC▼

Ninurta-apla-X full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC
797 BCJehoash (alone) King of Israel 798-793

Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

797 BC— Ardysus I becomes king of Lydia.▲

797 BC— Thespieus, Archon of Athens▼, dies after a reign of 27 years and is succeeded by his son Agamestor.▲

Ninurta-apla-X full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC
798 BCShoshenq IV, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Second Dynasty), r. 798–785 BC or 801–795 BC▲
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC

NOTE: There are two Jehoash kings: One is king of Israel and the other is king of Judah. In 798 BC one is beginning his reign alone as king of Israel and the other is ending his reign as king of Judah.

Jehoash (alone) King of Israel 798-793 ▲
Jehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel▼


Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah

Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
Ninurta-apla-X full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC
799 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Ninurta-apla-X full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
800 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Jehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Ninurta-apla-X ▲full name unknown), King of Babylon, r. c.800–790 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
801 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Shoshenq VI, Pharaoh of Egypt (Twenty-Third Dynasty), r. 801–795 BC▲
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
802 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
803 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
804 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
804 BC—Death of Pedubastis I, pharaoh.▼
804 BC—Adad-nirari III of Assyria conquers Damascus.
805 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
806 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
807 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
808 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
Caranus, King of Macedon, r. 808–778 BC▲
809 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
810 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
811 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC

811 BC—Adad-nirari III ▲succeeds his father Shamshi-Adad V▼ as king of Assyria.
812 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC

Jehoahaz’s wicked reign 2 Kings 13. Joash orders Temple repairs (Biblios) 2 Kings 12:6
813 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
814 BCJehoahaz 814-798 BC King of Israel
Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
Dido, former Queen of Tyre and current Queen (and founder) of Carthage, r. 814 – c.760 BC▲
815 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
816 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC

An illuminated document records positions of planets. Researchers pinpoint date to March 18th 816 BC through astronomical dating.
817 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
818 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Shoshenq III Twenty-Second Dynasty controlled Lower Egypt by 818 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
819 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
820 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Agesilaus I, Archilaus (Agiad Kings, r. 820–790 BC and 790–760 BC respectivily) and Eunomus (Eurypontid King r. 800–780 BC), Co-Kings of Sparta

820 BC—Pygmalion ascends the throne of Tyre.▲
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
821 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
822 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
823 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.

Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
823 BC—Death of Shalmaneser III▼, king of Assyria. He is succeeded by his son Shamshi-Adad V.▲

Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
824 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C.
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC

Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
825 BCShoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. ▲ or 837-798 BC

Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah

825 BC—Takelot II, king of Egypt, dies. Crown Prince Osorkon III and Shoshenq III, sons of Takelot, battle for the throne.

Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC

825 BC/824 BC—Ariphron, King of Athens, dies ▼after a reign of 20 years and is succeeded by his son Thespieus.▲
826 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
827 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
Xuan, King of Zhou dynasty China, r. 827–782 BC▲
828 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
829 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
830 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
831 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
832 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
833 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
833 BC-Date given for the founding of Carthage by Menander the Ephesian, cited by Josephus (Against Apion, 1.25).
834 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
835 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC

Jehoash 835-796 BC King of Judah▲
Athaliah 841-835 BC King of Judah ▼

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
836 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Athaliah 841-835 BC King of Judah

836 BC—Shalmaneser III of Assyria leads an expedition against the Tabareni.

836 BC—Civil war breaks out in Egypt.

Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
837 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Athaliah 841-835 BC King of Judah
Shoshenq III, king of Egypt 825–773 B.C. ▲ or 837-798 BC
Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
838 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Athaliah 841-835 BC King of Judah

Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
839 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Athaliah 841-835 BC King of Judah

Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
840 BCJehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Athaliah 841-835 BC King of Judah

Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
841 BC

Note two kings named Jehoram ruling simultaneously, one is King of Judah and the other is King of Israel.

841 BC Jezebel is thrown from an upper window. Dogs ate her flesh and licked her blood.
Jehu King of Israel 841-814 BC
Jehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel▼

Athaliah 841-835 BC King of Judah
Jehoram 847-841 BC King of Judah ▼

Ahaziah 841 King of Judah▲▼

841 BC: Jehu rode into Jezreel and ordered the attendants of Jezebel to throw her from an upper window from which she was looking. They readily complied, and dogs ate her flesh as Elijah had predicted before (1 Kings 21:23).

Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III: The second register from the top includes the earliest surviving picture of an Israelite: the Biblical Jehu, king of Israel. It describes how Jehu brought or sent his tribute in or around 841 BC: “The tribute of Jehu, son of Omri: I received from him silver, gold, a golden bowl, a golden vase with pointed bottom, golden tumblers, golden buckets, tin, a staff for a king [and] spears.”

Jehu kneeling and Paying Tribute to Shalmaneser III

Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III: The second register from the top includes the earliest surviving picture of an Israelite: the Biblical Jehu, king of Israel. It describes how Jehu brought or sent his tribute in or around 841 BC: “The tribute of Jehu, son of Omri: I received from him silver, gold, a golden bowl, a golden vase with pointed bottom, golden tumblers, golden buckets, tin, a staff for a king [and] spears.”

841 BC: Jehu rode into Jezreel and ordered the attendants of Jezebel to throw her from an upper window from which she was looking. They readily complied, and dogs ate her flesh as Elijah had predicted before (1 Kings 21:23).


841 BC—Death of Zhou Li Wang, King of the Zhou Dynasty of China.▼the first year of consecutive annual dating of Chinese history.

Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC
842 BCJehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Jehoram 847-841 BC King of Judah

Hazael, King of Aramaean Damascus, r. 842–796 BC▲
843 BCJehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Jehoram 847-841 BC King of Judah
844 BCJehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Jehoram 847-841 BC King of Judah
845 BCJehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Jehoram 847-841 BC King of Judah

846 BCJehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Jehoram 847-841 BC King of Judah

846 BC: Mesha’s revolt (2 Kings 3: 5–7) 846 BC. Retaliation by Joram took place immediately upon Mesha’s revolt. 2 Kings 3 and the Mesha Inscription, describe the same event, the revolt of Mesha, but from entirely different perspectives.
847 BCJehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Jehoram 847-841 BC King of Judah
848 BCJehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Jehoram 853-848 BC & Jehoshaphat 853-848 BC Kings of Judah▼
849 BCJehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Jehoram 853-848 BC & Jehoshaphat 853-848 BC Kings of Judah

~849 BC-Baal-azzor ▲ (Matgenus) succeeds his father and reigns for 9 years (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.24). (Kings of Tyre)
850 BCJehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Jehoram 853-848 BC & Jehoshaphat 853-848 BC Kings of Judah

850 BC—Takelot II ▲succeeds Osorkon II ▼as King of Egypt.
851 BC

Elijah taken to heaven, Elisha succeeds Elijah
Elijah is taken to heaven. Elisha succeeds Elijah.

Jehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Jehoram 853-848 BC & Jehoshaphat 853-848 BC Kings of Judah
852 BCJehoram 852-841 BC King of Israel
Ahaziah 853-852 BC King of Israel▼
Jehoram 853-848 BC & Jehoshaphat 853-848 BC Kings of Judah
853 BC

Ahab’s house of ivories
Jehoram 853-848 BC & Jehoshaphat 853-848 BC Kings of Judah
Jehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah▼
Ahaziah 853-852 BC King of Israel
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel▼ 1 Kings 16:28-34; 20:1 – 22:40

◄Ahab again fought with Benhadad II, this time at Ramoth-gilead (identified with Tell-Ramith, 28 miles east of the Jordan and 15 miles south of the Sea of Galilee) and was killed, thus fulfilling a prediction by the prophet Micaiah (1 Kings 22: 13-39). “Now a certain man drew a bow at random, and struck the king of Israel between the joints of his armor. So he said to the driver of his chariot, “Turn around and take me out of the battle, for I am wounded.” Jehosephat was almost killed for not listening to God.

In 853 BC Ahab and Benhadad II (Aramean) joined in a northern coalition to stop Shalmaneser’s (Assyria) army at Qarqar on the Orontes River. Ahab is mentioned in Assyrian records. In an inscription that accounts a battle known as Qarqar , between Ahab and King Shalmaneser III of Assyria, Shalmaneser records the size of Ahab’s army that fought against him. It mentions the following: “2,000 chariots and 10,000 men of Ahab king of Israel.”

The Battle of Qarqar is listed on the Krukh stela of Shalmaneser. King Ahab is mentioned on the Stela:
1.King Hadadezer himself commanded 1,200 chariots, 1,200 horsemen and 20,000 soldiers;
2.King Irhuleni of Hamath commanded 700 chariots, 700 horsemen and 10,000 soldiers;
3.King Ahab of Israel sent 2,000 chariots and 10,000 soldiers;
4.The land of KUR Gu-a-a (sometimes identified with Que – Cilicia) sent 500 soldiers;
5.The land of KUR Mu-us-ra- (sometimes identified with Egypt but possibly somewhere near Que) sent 1,000 soldiers;
6.The land of Irqanata (Tell Arqa) sent 10 chariots and 10,000 soldiers;
7.The land of Arwad sent 200 soldiers;
8.The land of Usannata (in the Jeble region of Lebanon) sent 200 soldiers;
9.The land of Shianu (in the Jeble region) – figures lost
10.King Gindibu of Arabia sent 1000 camel-riders;
11.King Ba’asa, son of Ruhubi, of the land of Aman (anti-Lebanon) – numbers lost.

Archaeologists from Harvard digging at Samaria have found a palace that Ahab built which contained within it a room where ivories were stored. This room is mentioned in the bible in 1 Kings 22:39 which says:Now the rest of the acts of Ahab and all that he did and the ivory house which he built and all the cities which he built, are they not written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Israel?

God spoke against these houses in Amos 3:15: “I will also smite the winter house together with the summer house; The houses of ivory will also perish And the great houses will come to an end,”

The Oriental Institute of Chicago, during excavations near Samaria, found the ruins of a temple built to Ashertoreth that stood during the reign of King Ahab. Near the site were found jars that contained the remains of infants who had been sacrificed in this temple.

This find verifies that Baal & Asherah worship were common in Samaria at the time of Jezebel. 1 Kings 18:19 mentions that Jezebel (Ahab’s wife) surrounded herself with the prophets of Baal and of Asherah.

Jezebel Seal. Below, The seal is inscribed with the letters “JZBL”.

According to the bible, Jezebel was quite at home with sealing documents with a seal. 1 Kings 21:8

“So she wrote letters in Ahab’s name and sealed them with his seal,
and sent letters to the elders and to the nobles who were living with Naboth in his city.”

854 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah

Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
855 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah

~855 BC: Ethbaal ▼dies and is succeeded by his son Badezorus▲, who reigned 6 years (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.23-24). (Kings of Tyre)

Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
856 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
857 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
858 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
858 BC—Shalmaneser III ▲succeeds Assurnasirpal II as king of Assyria.
859 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC ▼
860 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
861 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
862 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
863 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
864 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
864 BC—Diognetus, King of Athens, dies ▼after a reign of 28 years and is succeeded by his son Pherecles.▲

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
865 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
866 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
867 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
868 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel
Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
868 BC: Ashurnasirpal II of Assyria makes Tyre a vassal state and demands tribute (from Ethbaal)
869 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel

870 BCJehoshaphat (alone) 870-853 BC King of Judah
Jehoshaphat 873-870 BC Kings of Judah▼

Asa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah 41▼
1 Kings 15:23
The rest of all the acts of Asa, all his might, all that he did, and the cities which he built, are they not written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Judah? But in the time of his old age he was diseased in his feet.

2 Chron 16:13So Asa rested with his fathers; he died in the forty-first year of his reign.

Ahab 874-853 BC King of Israel Year 4

1 Kings 22:41
Jehoshaphat Reigns in Judah
Jehoshaphat the son of Asa had become king over Judah in the fourth year of Ahab king of Israel.

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC

(Omri reigns 12 years?)
871 BCJehoshaphat 873-870 BC Kings of Judah
Asa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 40


Ahab 873-853 BC King of Israel Year 3



Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
(Omri reigns 11 years?)
872 BCJehoshaphat 873-870 BC Kings of Judah
Asa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 39

II Chronicles 16:12
12 And in the thirty-ninth year of his reign, Asa became diseased in his feet, and his malady was severe; yet in his disease he did not seek the Lord, but the physicians.

Ahab 873-853 BC King of Israel YEAR 2

872 BC—An exceptionally high flood of the Nile covers the floors of the Temple of Luxor.
872 BC—Osorkon II ▲succeeds Shoshenq II as king of the Twenty-second dynasty of Egypt.

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC

(Omri reigns 10 years?)
873 BCAhab 873-853 BC King of Israel YEAR 1

Jehoshaphat 873-870 BC Kingsof Judah
Asa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 38

1 Kings 16:29
Ahab Reigns in Israel
In the thirty-eighth year of Asa king of Judah, Ahab the son of Omri became king over Israel; and Ahab the son of Omri reigned over Israel in Samaria twenty-two years.

Ahab 873-853 BC King of Israel▲

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC

Shoshenq II as king of the Twenty-second dynasty of Egypt.

(Omri reigns 9 years?)
874 BC

OMRI
Asa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 37





Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC YEAR 12 (or 8)

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC

874 BC—Shoshenq II ▲succeeds Takelot I ▼as king of the Twenty-second dynasty of Egypt.
875 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 36
2 Chronicles 16:1
Asa’s Treaty with Syria
In the thirty-sixth (36th) year of the reign of Asa, Baasha king of Israel (909-886) came up against Judah and built Ramah, that he might let none go out or come in to Asa king of Judah.

Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC YEAR 11(or 7)

◄Now Mesha king of Moab was a sheep breeder, and used to pay the king of Israel 100,000 lambs and the wool of 100,000 rams.
2 Kings 3:4
NU 21:29 “ Woe to you, O Moab! You are ruined, O people of Chemosh! He has given his sons as fugitives, And his daughters into captivity, To an Amorite king, Sihon. (Moses allocated the land of Sihon, the king of Heshbon, to the Tribe of Gad in the allocation of land to the Israelite tribes. Joshua 13:24-28)
NU 21:30 “But we have cast them down, Heshbon is ruined as far as Dibon, Then we have laid waste even to Nophah, Which reaches to Medeba.” (NASB)

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
876 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 35




Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC YEAR 10(or 6)

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
877 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 34
Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC YEAR 9(or 5)

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
878 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 33
Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC YEAR 8(or 4)

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC

878 BC—Zhou li wang becomes King of the Zhou Dynasty of China. ▲
879 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 32
Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC YEAR YEAR 7(or 3)

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC

879 BC—Death of Zhou yi wang, ▼
880 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 31
Kings 16:23
In the thirty-first (31st) year of Asa king of Judah, Omri became king over Israel and reigned twelve years; he reigned six years at Tirzah.
1Kings 16:28 So Omri slept with his fathers and was buried in Samaria; and Ahab his son became king in his place. (NASB)

Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC YEAR at Tirzah 6 (or 2)

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
881 BCAsa (alone) 911-873 BC King of Judah YEAR 30



Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC (or 881-869 BC) at Tirzah YEAR 5 (or 1)

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC

1 Kings 15:22
Then King Asa made a proclamation throughout all Judah; none was exempted. And they took away the stones and timber of Ramah, which Baasha had used for building; and with them King Asa built Geba of Benjamin, and Mizpah.

2 Chronicles 16:6
Then King Asa took all Judah, and they carried away the stones and timber of Ramah, which Baasha had used for building; and with them he built Geba and Mizpah.

2 Chronicles 16:7
Hanani’s Message to Asa
And at that time Hanani the seer came to Asa king of Judah, and said to him: “Because you have relied on the king of Syria, and have not relied on the Lord your God, therefore the army of the king of Syria has escaped from your hand.


2 Chronicles 16:11
Illness and Death of Asa
Note that the acts of Asa, first and last, are indeed written in the book of the kings of Judah and Israel.

2 Chronicles 21:12
And a letter came to him from Elijah the prophet, saying, Thus says the Lord God of your father David: Because you have not walked in the ways of Jehoshaphat your father, or in the ways of Asa king of Judah,

882 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 29
Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC at Tirzah YEAR 4

Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria 883 – 859 BC
883 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 28
Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC at Tirzah YEAR 3


Ashur-nasir-pal II king of Assyria ▲ 883 – 859 BC (transliteration: Aššur-nâṣir-apli, meaning “Ashur is guardian of the heir”) was king of Assyria from 883 to 859 BC. Renowned for his brutality. Built Nimrud. In his inscriptions he wrote: I built a pillar over against the city gate and I flayed all the chiefs who had revolted and I covered the pillar with their skins. Some I impaled upon the pillar on stakes and others I bound to stakes round the pillar. I cut the limbs off the officers who had rebelled. Many captives I burned with fire and many I took as living captives. From some I cut off their noses, their ears, and their fingers, of many I put out their eyes. I made one pillar of the living and another of heads and I bound their heads to tree trunks round about the city. Their young men and maidens I consumed with fire. The rest of their warriors I consumed with thirst in the desert of the Euphrates.

883 BC – 859 BC – Human-Headed Winged Lion (Lamassu), gateway support from the palace of Assurnasirpal II, Mesopotamian, Assyria, Kalhu (modern Nimrud, Iraq) is made. It is now kept in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
884 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 27

1 Kings 16:15
Zimri Reigns in Israel
In the twenty-seventh (27th) year of Asa king of Judah, Zimri had reigned in Tirzah seven days. And the people were encamped against Gibbethon, which belonged to the Philistines.

Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC at Tirzah YEAR 2
Numbers 21:29-30
1KI 16:23





885 BC
Zimri 885 BC King of Israel ▲▼
Elah 886-885 BC King of Israel▼

Asa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 26
Omri King of Israel 885 BC – 874 BC ▲ at Tirzah YEAR 1
Numbers 21:29-30
1KI 16:23 (NASB)
In the thirty-first year of Asa king of Judah, Omri became king over Israel and reigned twelve years; he reigned six years at Tirzah.
1KI 16:28 So Omri slept with his fathers and was buried in Samaria; and Ahab his son became king in his place.

Successor of Baasha: Elah, his son‎ in 885-885 BC ▼ Year 2 in Tirzah King of Israel

His (Elah’s) servant Zimri, commander of half his chariots, conspired against him as he was in Tirzah drinking himself drunk in the house of Arza, steward of his house in Tirzah. 10 And Zimri went in and struck him and killed him in the twenty-seventh (27th) year of Asa king of Judah, and reigned in his place.

1 Kings 16:10
And Zimri went in and struck him (Elah) and killed him in the twenty-seventh year of Asa king of Judah, and reigned in his place.
886 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 25

Elah, Baasha’s son‎ in 886-885 BC ▲ Year 1 in Tirzah
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. ▼ YEAR 24 Baasha was the third king of the northern Israelite Kingdom of Israel. He was the son of Ahijah of the Tribe of Issachar.

Elah Reigns in Israel
In the twenty-sixth year of Asa king of Judah, Elah the son of Baasha became king over Israel, and reigned two years in Tirzah. Now his servant Zimri, commander of half his chariots, conspired against him as he was in Tirzah drinking himself drunk in the house of Arza, steward of his house in Tirzah. 10 And Zimri went in and struck him and killed him in the twenty-seventh year of Asa king of Judah, and reigned in his place.
887 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 24
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. YEAR 23

887 BC-Ethbaal, priest of Baal Melqart, overthrows Pheles ▲and becomes King of Tyre and rules 32 years (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.23). (Kings of Tyre)

895-887 BC-Asermymus (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.23). (Kings of Tyre)

888 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 23
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 22

895 BC – 887 BC Asermymus (Kings of Tyre)
889 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 22
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 21
895 BC – 887 BC Asermymus (Kings of Tyre)
889 BC—Takelot I succeeds his father Osorkon I as king of Egypt.
890 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 21
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 20

895 BC – 887 BC Asermymus (Kings of Tyre)
891 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 20
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 19

895 BC – 887 BC Asermymus (Kings of Tyre)

Tukulti-Ninurta II was King of Assyria from 891 to 884 BC.
892 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 19
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 18

895 BC – 887 BC Asermymus (Kings of Tyre)

892 BC—Megacles, King of Athens, dies▼ after a reign of 30 years and is succeeded by his son Diognetus.▲
893 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 18
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 17

895 BC – 887 BC Asermymus (Kings of Tyre)
894 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 17
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 16

895 BC – 887 BC Asermymus (Kings of Tyre)

894 BC—Zhou yi wang becomes King of the Zhou Dynasty of China.▲
895 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 16
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 15

895 BC – 887 BC – Asermymus▲, brother of Astartus becomes king of Type and rules for 9 years (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.23). (Kings of Tyre)
896 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 15
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 14
897 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 14
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 13
898 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 13
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 12
899 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 12
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 11
900 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 11
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 10
901 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 10
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 9
902 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 9
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 8
903 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 8
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 7
904 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 7
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 6
905 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 6
Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 5
906 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 5

Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 4
907 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 4

Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 3

907 BC: Astartus▲, son of Deleastartus becomes king of Tyre and reigns for 12 years . (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.22). (Kings of Tyre)
908 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 3


Baasha (909-886 BC) the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. 24 yrs YEAR 2
909 BCAsa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 2

Baasha King of Israel (909-886 BC) 24 yrs ▲ YEAR 1

1 Kings 15:33
Baasha Reigns in Israel in the third year of Asa king of Judah,
Baasha the son of Ahijah became king over all Israel in Tirzah, and reigned twenty-four years. Baasha was the third king of the northern Israelite Kingdom of Israel. He was the son of Ahijah of the Tribe of Issachar.

1 Kings 15:17
And Baasha king of Israel came up against Judah, and built Ramah, that he might let none go out or come in to Asa king of Judah.

Nadab Reigns in Israel 910 – 909 BC
1 Kings 15:28
Baasha killed him (Nadab) in the third year of Asa king of Judah, and reigned in his place.
910 BCNadab Reigns in Israel 910 – 909 BC
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel

1 Kings 15:25
Nadab Reigns in Israel
Now Nadab the son of Jeroboam became king over Israel in the second year of Asa king of Judah, and he reigned over Israel two years.

Nadab 910-909 BC▲

Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel ▼

Asa (alone) 911-870 BC King of Judah YEAR 1
911 BCJeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel YEAR 20
Asa (alone) 911-870 (873) BC King of Judah

1 Kings 15:9
Asa Reigns in Judah
In the twentieth year of Jeroboam king of Israel, Asa became king over Judah.


Abijah 913-911 BC King of Judah▼

912 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria▼




Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel YEAR 19

912 BC—Adad-nirari II ▲succeeds his father Ashur-Dan II ▼as king of Assyria.

Abijah 913-911 BC King of Judah
913 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria


Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 18
Abijah 913-911 BC King of Judah▲
Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah▼
914 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria


Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 17
915 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 16


916 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 15


917 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 14

918 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria


Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 13
919 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria


Phelles slew Aserymus, two of the sons sons of the nurse of Abdastartus. ▲Menander of Ephesus, in Against Apion i.18. Here it is said that Phelles slew his brother Aserymus (Astarymus) and then “took the kingdom, and reigned but eight months, though he lived fifty years: he was slain by Ithobalus (Ithobaal I), the priest of Astarte.” He and the three preceding kings were brothers, sons of the nurse of Abdastartus, according to Menander.


907 Astartus, son of Deleastartus becomes King of Tyre and reigns for 12 years

Phelles
King of Tyre
Reign
879 BC (8 months)
Predecessor
Astarymus (Aserymus, ‘Astar-rom) 888 – 880 BC Astarymus (Aserymus, ‘Astar-rom) 888 – 880 BC
Successor
Ithobaal I (’Ittoba‘l, Ethbaal) 878 – 847 BC



Ithobalus I, Ethbaal, father of Jezebel who was the wife of Ahab, kills Phelles 878 – 847 BC
Phelles reigned 8 months 879 BC (8 months) (4th brother)
slew Aserymus
Aserymus 888-880 BC 3rd brother
unnamed brother reigns 19 years (2nd brother)
unnamed brother (eldest) reigns 12 years) (1st brother)

2 brothers reigned from 919 BC -888 BC (31 years)
919 BC Abdastartus

Now four sons of (Abdastartus’s) nurse plotted against him and slew him, the eldest of whom reigned twelve years; after them came Astartus the son of Deleastartus: he lived fifty-four years, and reigned twelve years; after him came his brother Aserymus; he lived fifty-four years, and reigned nine years: he was slain by his brother Pheles, who took the kingdom and reigned but eight months, though he lived fifty years: he was slain by Ithobalus, the priest of Astarte.

Ithobalus I, Ethbaal, father of Jezebel, kills Phelles 878 – 847 BC
879 BC Peles reigned 8 months
888 BC – 880 BC Aserymus reigned 9 years
907 BC – 888 BC Astartus the son of Deleastartus reigns 19 years
919 -907 BC: Eldest son of the four sons of Abdastartus’ nurse becomes King of Tyre and reigns 12 years to 907 BC

919 BC: Abdastartus King of Tyre slain▼ in a coup led by the four sons of his nurse. The eldest son takes the throne and rules for 12 years (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.22). (Kings of Tyre)
Abdastartus King of Tyre Year 9

Abdastartus King of Tyre Against Apion i.18: Upon the death of Hirom, Beleazarus his son took the kingdom; he lived forty-three years, and reigned seven years: after him succeeded his son Abdastartus; he lived twenty-nine years, and reigned nine years. Now four sons of his nurse plotted against him and slew him.


Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 12


920 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

920 BC: Abdastartus King of Tyre Year 8

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 11
921 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

921 BC: Abdastartus King of Tyre Year 7

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 10

922 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

922 BC: Abdastartus King of Tyre Year 6

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 9

923 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

923 BC: Abdastartus King of Tyre Year 5

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 8

924 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

924 BC: Abdastartus King of Tyre Year 4

924 (or 915) BC: Ethbaal born (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.23). (Kings of Tyre) Ethbaal originally was a priest of Astarte (or Ashtoreth) explains why his daughter Jezebel was zealous in the promotion in Israel of the Phoenician gods. Ethbaal assassinated the king of Tyre named Phelles and took the throne at the age of about 36. Thus he created a new dynasty.

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 7

925 BC

Pharaoh Shishak I
925 BC: Pharaoh Shishak I of Egypt attacked Jerusalem. He took all the treasure from the Temple and the palace. [ I Kin 14:25-26] Jero­boam also suffered invasion into Israel by Shishak , king of Egypt, who had earlier given asylum to Jeroboam when he fled from Solomon.

925 BC: Abdastartus King of Tyre Year 3

Ashur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 6

926 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria
926 BC: Abdastartus King of Tyre Year 2

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 5

927 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

927 BC: Abdastartus King of Tyre Year 1

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 4

928 BCAshur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

928 BC: Abdastartus King of Tyre ▲
928 BC: Beleazarus King of Tyre ▼ Year 7
Baleazarus dies▼ and is succeeded by his son Abdastartus▲, who reigns 9 years (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.21) (Kings of Tyre)

Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel YEAR 3

929 BCRehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel
YEAR 2

Ashur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria

929 BC: Beleazarus King of Tyre [arrow down] Year 6

The divided kingdoms
http://www.truthnet.org/Biblicalarcheology/10/Dividedkingdom.htm
930 BC

930 BC Solomon dies
Rehoboam 931-913 BC King of Judah▲
Jeroboam 931-910 BC King of Israel ▲
YEAR 1

Solomon dies 970-930 BC King over all Hebrews▼
40th yr King Solomon’s reign

930 BC: Beleazarus King of Tyre Year 5

Ashur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria
931 BC39th yr King Solomon’s reign

931 BC: Beleazarus King of Tyre Year 4

Ashur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria
932 BC38th yr King Solomon’s reign

932 BC: Beleazarus King of Tyre Year 3

Ashur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria
933 BC37th yr King Solomon’s reign

931 BC: Beleazarus King of Tyre Year 2

Ashur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria
934 BC36th yr King Solomon’s reign

931 BC: Beleazarus King of Tyre Year 1

Ashur-dan II (934–912 BC) King of Assyria ▲
935 BC935 BC: Hiram I , King of Tyre dies▼ is succeeded by his son Baleazarus▲, who rules for 7 years (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.117, 21). (Kings of Tyre)

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria ▼

SONG OF SOLOMON written by Solomon ~935 BC

35th yr King Solomon’s reign
936 BC34th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
937 BC33rd yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
938 BC32nd yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
939 BC31st yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
940 BC30th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
941 BC29th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
942 BC28th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
943 BC27th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
944 BC26th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
945 BC25th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
946 BC24th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
947 BC23rd yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
948 BC22nd yr King Solomon’s reign

Abdastartus, son of Baleazarus, born (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.22) (Kings of Tyre)

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
949 BC21st yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
950 BC20th yr King Solomon’s reign

~950 BC: The most celebrated example of competitive gift exchange was the encounter, around 950 BC, of Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. “Extravagant ostentation, the attempt to outdo each other in the splendour of the exchanges, and above all, the obligations of reciprocity, were just as typical in this celebrated encounter, though at a fittingly princely level, as with the more mundane types of barter in other parts of the world. http://projects.exeter.ac.uk/RDavies/arian/northamerica.html

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
951 BC19th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
952 BC18th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
953 BC17th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
954 BC16th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
955 BC15th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
956 BC14th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
957 BC13 yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
958 BC12th yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
959 BC

First Temple finished
11th yr King Solomon’s reign

959 BC: The house of the Lord is finished. It took King Solomon 7 years to finish it. Then he started building his own palace. [1 Kin 6:2, 37-38] in the eleventh year, in the month of Bul, which is the eighth month, the house was finished in all its details and according to all its plans. So he was seven years in building it. 1 Kings 5:1-6:38

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
960 BC10th yr King Solomon’s reign
Year 7 of building the temple

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
961 BC9th yr King Solomon’s reign
Year 6 of building the temple

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
962 BC8th yr King Solomon’s reign
Year 5 of building the temple

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
963 BC7th yr King Solomon’s reign
Year 4 of building the temple

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
964 BC6th yr King Solomon’s reign
Year 3 of building the temple

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
965 BC5th yr King Solomon’s reign
Year 2 of building the temple

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
966 BC

First Temple Begins
480th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

966 BC month of Ziv (2nd day of the 2nd month): FIRST TEMPLE BEGINS TO BE BUILT, In the 480th year after the children of Israel had come out of Egypt, in the 4th year of his reign, in the month of Ziv, which is the second month King Solomon began to build the Temple of God. [1 Kin 6:1] !! NOTE: There are 480 years from the crossing of the Red Sea to the time Solomon builds the first temple.

First Temple Begins, Year 1 of building the temple.

In the fourth year the foundation of the house of the Lord was laid, in the month of Ziv. 1 Kings 5:1-6:38

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II King of Assyria
967 BC479th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

3rd yr King Solomon’s reign

967-935 BC: Tiglath-Pileser II ▲(from the Hebraic form of Akkadian Tukultī-apil-Ešarra) was King of Assyria from 967 BC, when he succeeded his father Ashur-resh-ishi II King of Assyria ▼ until his death in 935 BC, when he was succeeded by his son Ashur-dan II (934–912 BC) .
968 BC478th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

2nd yr King Solomon’s reign

Ashur-resh-ishi II King of Assyria (972–967 BC)
969 BC477th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

1st yr King Solomon’s reign

Hiram I becomes king of Tyre▲ and rules for 34 years (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.17).

Ashur-resh-ishi II King of Assyria (972–967 BC)
970 BC

King David dies
Solomon takes the throne
476th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

970 BC: King David 1010-970 BC died ▼at the age of 70. He reigned over Israel for 40 years. His son Solomon ▲ reigned in his place. [1 Kin 2:10-12]

Solomon 970-930 (40 years) BC King over all Hebrews▲
King David reigned 40 years. Year 40

Ashur-resh-ishi II King of Assyria (972–967 BC)
971 BC475th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 39

Ashur-resh-ishi II King of Assyria (972–967 BC)
972 BC474th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 38

Ashur-resh-ishi II King of Assyria (972–967 BC)
973 BC473rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 37

974 BC472nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 36

975 BC471st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 35

976 BC470th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 34

977 BC469th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 33

978 BC468th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 32

979 BC467th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 31

980 BC466th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 30

981 BC465th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 29
982 BC464th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 28
983 BC463rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 27
984 BC462nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 26
985 BC461st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 25
986 BC460th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 24
987 BC459th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 23
988 BC458th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Hiram I born (Josephus, Against Apion, 1.117) (Kings of Tyre)

King David reigned 40 years. Year 22
989 BC457th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 21
990 BC456th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 20
991 BC455th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 19
992 BC454th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 18
993 BC453rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 17
994 BC452nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 16
995 BC451st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 15
996 BC450th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 14
997 BC449th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 13
998 BC448th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 12
999 BC447th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 11
1000 BC446th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King David reigned 40 years. Year 10

From 1000 BC, most of Central America used similar types of calendars based on material objects and celestial constellations. The two most common calendars were the 260-day festival calendar and the 365-day solar calendar. The correlation between the two occurs every 52 years when both begin their new years. This is called the “Calendar Round”.
It became important in Central American cultures. The 260-day calendar, called a tzolkin, consists of two wheels, a larger one of twenty days and a smaller one with the numbers one through thirteen. The number twenty was based on the digits of a “whole man” (i.e., fingers and toes) and the thirteen numbers represented their philosophy of thirteen directions in space. The early Central Americans believed that this ritualistic calendar represented an archetypal state of human and cosmic harmony. Each rotation through the thirteen numbers represents one “week” in this system. The first, sixth, eleventh, and sixteenth weeks were special and very important; they created the four divisions of their year. Each of the twenty days was associated with tangible objects or animals and a deity. This created a sort of permanent fortune-telling machine that guided their destinies.


Image result for tzolkin
All items used for guiding one’s destiny is an abomination to God for not trusting in Him alone for our destinies.
Cont.See Timeline 1001BC – 1070 BC
771 BC – 1000 BC

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