Israel and the Jewish and Christian Scripture

Main

Abraham

1700 BCE

Exodus

1250 BC

David Makes Jerusalem Capital

1000 bc

Reign of Solomon

970 bc - 930 bc

Kindgom Splits into Israel (N) and Judah (S)

930 bc

Israel Destroyed by Assyria

722 bc

Babylonian Exile

597 bc - 538 bc

First Deportation to Babylon

597 bc

Temple Destroyed

586 bc

Would there be notes under the date for Bruser?

Return to Jerusalem

520 bc - 515 bc

Judea becomes province of Seleucid Kingdom

332 bc

Hasmonean Era

165 bc - 37 bc

The Hasmoneans were the Maccabees.

Revolt of the Maccabees

165 bc

Reign of Herod the Great

37 bc - 4 bc

Judea becomes Roman Province

37 bc

Life of Jesus

Approx. 4 bce - Approx. 29 ce

Jewish War

66 ad - 73 ad

Second Temple Destroyed

70 ad

Biblical Texts

Psalms

1000 bc - 500 bc

J (Yahwist) Source

950 bc

Parts of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers

E (Elohist) Source

850 bc

Parts of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers

Isaiah

740 bc - 700 bc

Jeremiah

627 bc - 586 bc

D (Deuteronomist) Source

600 bc - 500 bc

Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings

Job, Ruth

600 bc - 300 bc

Ezekiel

593 bc - 571 bc

Lamentations

586 bc - 520 bc

P (Priestly) Source

530 bc

Parts of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers

Pentateuch (as we have it)

500 bc

Ezra-Nehemiah

458 bc - 350 bc

Dead Sea Scrolls collected

408 bc - 318 ad

Chronicles

400 bc - 250 bc

Esther

400 bc - 200 bc

Ecclesiastes

350 bc - 300 bc

Daniel

164 bc

Pauline Epistles

Approx. 45 ce - Approx. 67 ce

Gospel of Mark

Approx. 65 ce - Approx. 70 ce

Other Epistles

Approx. 70 ce - Approx. 150 ce

Gospel of Luke/Acts

Approx. 80 ce - Approx. 85 ce

Revelation

Approx. 81 ce - Approx. 96 ce

Gospel of Matthew

Approx. 85 ce - Approx. 90 ce

Gospel of John

Approx. 85 ce - Approx. 150 ce

Marcion's canon

Approx. 140

Irenaeus's Canon

Approx. 180 ce

Origen's canon

Approx. 200 ce - Approx. 225 ce

Eusebius' canon

Approx. 300 ce

Codex Vaticanus

325 ad - 350 ad

Codex Sinaiticus

330 ad - 360 ad

Athansius' canon

367 ce

in his Easter letter of 367, Bishop Athanasius of Alexandria defined the 27 books now accepted as the canon of the "New Testament"

Codex Amiatinus

692 ad

Aleppo Codex

970 ad - 990 ad

Leningrad Codex

1008 ad