God told Abraham to move his people to Canaan. In 1800 B.C. he took his family and their herds with them to Canaan.
Descendants of Abraham moved away to the land of Egypt.
The Hebrews leave Egypt. The Jews called this leaving Exodus. From about 1200 B.C. to 1300 B.C.
The Hebrews became one under these three kings Saul, David, and Soloman.
David succeeded by his son named Solomon. Solomon was the most powerful of the three kings.
Israel became known as the North and Judah was the South.
About 922 B.C. to the next 200 years. The Northern half (Israel) and the Southern half (Judah) the two kings fought between each other.
Israel and Judah start to pay tribute to Assyria. They payed them, because they were scared that they were going to be attacked.