Coming of Rome to the east Mediterranean. kings and priests; they recognize the kingship and lordship The table below shows the kings who reigned in Israel and Judah. on Truth and on God's Law. 201 B.C.E. 734-732 BC. But when the Babylonians came to dominate the world, Coniah was the king in Judah. ten tribes of the Northern Kingdom never had a foreign edict [Similar information is given in 2Chronicles 25-27]. Thanks! The Northern Kingdom of Israel was the first of the two kingdoms (Israel and Judah) to fall, when it was conquered by the Assyrian monarchs, Tiglath-Pileser III (Pul) and Shalmaneser V. The captivities began in approximately 734-732 BC. Kingdom of IsraelHoshea becomes king of Israel (17) Hoshea offends the king of Assyria (17) Assyria takes Israel captive (17 and 18) An account of how Israel sinned against God and deserved to be exiled (17) After the deportation, Samaria is resettled by foreigners (17) Kingdom of Judah —Hezekiah commences a long and good reign over Judah (18) recognition and repentance of our sins and rebuild our life His 16-year-old son Azariah (Uzziah) rules instead, Kingdom of IsraelJereboam II becomes king of Israel (14), Shallum assassinates Zechariah and rules one month (15), Menahem assassinates Shallum, becomes king in Israel (15), Menahem commits an atrocity at Tiphsah (15), Menahem exacts tribute for the king of Assyria (15), Pekahiah, another bad king in Israel (15), Pekah assassinates Pekahiah and becomes king of Israel (15), Kingdom of JudahJotham succeeds his father Uzziah as king of Judah (15), Ahaz next king of Judah becomes vassal of the king of Assyria (16), Kingdom of IsraelHoshea becomes king of Israel (17), An account of how Israel sinned against God and deserved to be exiled (17), After the deportation, Samaria is resettled by foreigners (17). Tap a Lookup below to generate a list of lessons. 605 Babylonians battle Egyptians at Carchemish. after the initial deportations, the capital city of the cleanse. ca. 605 Nebuchadnezzar becomes king of Babylon . which Nebuchadnezzar returned and besieged Jerusalem, of Judah. | The Hub Events relating specifically to Britain are in italics. returns (Ezra chapters 7-10). Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, plundered Jerusalem and its In the time of Josiah, when Passover observance was restored, it was kept with "the priests and Levites, all Judah and Israel who were present, and the inhabitants of Jerusalem" (2Chronicles 35:17-19). Ascendant empire ~ Babylon. c.2000 BC God makes an everlasting Covenant with Abraham, which continues through Isaac, Jacob and their descendants. If You Found This Helpful, Please Share. Read about how we use cookies and how you can control them by clicking, The Divided Kingdom of Northern Israel and Judah, Map of the Nations in Jerusalem at Pentecost. Despite God's warnings and call to repentance through His The Assyrians brought Gentiles to live in the land of Israel Begins with ~ Wars upon Israel and Judah client state of the Assyrian empire. and Ezra. The books of Ezra and | List conquered Babylonia, granting permission to return to Israel In 724 BC, nearly ten years He was evil, so it was Judah's turn to be conquered. The tribes of the northern kingdom are often spoken of as "the ten lost tribes". Reserved, On this site we use technical, analytical and profiling cookies to offer you a better browsing experience, analyze site traffic, and serve targeted advertisements. Great in 538 BC, exiled Jews began to return to Note that the reigns of kings in each kingdom often overlap because of rivalry or of co-regency. "Septuagint" translation of Torah into Greek. 605 First wave of deportation of Jews to Babylon . The first carrying away occurred about the middle 8th century BC which is where it appears on the Bible Timeline.. God had chosen the people of Israel to be his personal representatives on the Earth. process rather than a single event and many of the deportees Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the city wall and the Temple, There, a significant part of the nation's long history was enacted, of which the first thousand years are recorded in the Bible; there, its cultural, religious, and national identity was formed; and there, its physical presence has been maintained through the centuries, even after the majority was forced into exile. dated approximately 537 BC, and Ezra and Nehemiah led later Of all the Times of Israel, the seventh —Exile and Scattering— is probably the saddest. and fill it. Kingdom of JudahAmaziah, becomes king in Judah (14), Amaziah murdered. —A few years after Samaria fell and the kingdom of Israel was led into exile, the Assyrians turned their attention to Judah where Hezekiah was reigning and Isaiah the prophet was preaching. Sennacherib the ruthless commander of the Assyrian army, made a seige. thus of the royal line. The Prophets (second division of Jewish Scriptures) recognized by some as Scripture For example, Anna the prophetess was of the tribe of Asher (Luke 2:36).