Probably in neighboring villages and Sepphoris, which was being rebuilt.
Around the Jordan River
In Judea, but soon focuses in Galilee. Pharisees in Jerusalem reject Jesus' ministry.
Paul witnesses the resurrected Jesus on his way to Damascus and is commissioned as an apostle to the nations.
Jesus' first believers receive the Holy Spirit and begin to proclaim the gospel.
Time of famine.
From Antioch to Cyprus, Antioch in Pisidia, Iconium, and Lystra.
From Antioch to Syria, Cilicia, southern Galatia, Macedonia, Philippi, Thessalonica, and Berea; and then to Achaia, Athens and Corinth.
*approximate date (after Apostolic Council)
Paul and Barnabas split over a dispute about John Mark.
Frees Gentile believer from Jewish customs.
Perhaps from Antioch
From Antioch to Galatia, Phrygia, Ephesus, Macedonia, and Greece.
Contains Peter's memories.
Perhaps within a decade, Matthew publishes his Gospel (which relies on Mark and other sources).
Priscilla and Aquila host a church in their home.
Visits with James, the brother of Jesus.
Paul is shipwrecked on Malta for three months.
Remains under house arrest.
Probably reaching Spain.
With Mary, the mother of Jesus.
Probably from Ephesus.
Probably from Ephesus.
Clement was a leader in the Roman church.
Was under heavy persecution.
Wrote to Corinth on the topic of peace between young men and elders.
Revolt against the tax census
Appointed by Quirinius, governor of Syria.
Agrippa was Herod the Great's grandson.
Theudas persuaded many Jews to sell their possessions and follow him into the wilderness. He claimed to be the true messiah, thus he was executed for threatening the state.
Edict exiling Jews repealed.
Nero blames and kills many Christians
Begins with riots between Jews and Greeks.
Roman garrison wiped out.
Menahem murders Ananias and seizes control of the temple.
nero dispatches Vespasian with three legions.
By Menahem, son or grandson of judas the Galilean.
Qumran community had hidden the Dead Seas Scrolls.
The church in Jerusalem flees to Pella.
The temple's menorah, veil, and Torah are put on display in a victory parade in Rome.
Influence of the Sadducees ends.
Following a two-year siege.
936 Jews commit suicide beforehand.
Berenice is the sister of Agrippa II.
Titus later abandons Berenice because of the scandal.
By eruption of Vesuvias.
Pliny the Elder dies trying to investigate.
Christians among the Roman nobility (including his own relatives: Clemens and Domitilla.
Domitian is the brother of Titus.
Nerva, the first of five "good" emperors.