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  • The LORD God had not caused it to rain upon the earth,
  • and there was not a man to till the ground.
  • But there went up a mist from the earth,
  • and watered the whole face of the ground.

Adam 930 - - - Cain - - - - Abel

Stone age - - - - - - - Ubaids period

3870 BC -Seth 912

3765 BC Enos 905

3675 BC Canaan 910

3605 BC Mahalaleel 895

c 3600 BC Warka period

3540 BC Jared 962

c 3400 BC Gawra and Ninevite periods

3378 BC Enoch 365 did not die

3313 BC Methuselah 969 died the year of the flood

C 3148 Alulim None of the predynastic "antediluvian" rulers have been verified via archaeological excavations, epigraphical inscriptions, or otherwise.

3126 BC Lamech 777

2944 BC Noah

c 2900 BC Pre-dynastic Sumerians

- En-men-lu-ana Excavations in Iraq have revealed evidence of flooding at Shuruppak (modern Tell Fara, Iraq)

C 2788 En-men-gal-ana and various other Sumerian cities.

C 2692 Dumuzid, the Shepherd

C 2572 En-sipad-zid-ana A layer of riverine sediments, interrupts the continuity of settlement

C 2476 En-men-dur-ana

2444 BC Japheth

2346 Shem 600


Polychrome pottery from the Jemdet Nasr period (3000-2900 BC) was discovered immediately below the Shuruppak flood stratum.

2344 BC Great Flood 2/17/2344 BC

2343 BC End of Flood 2/27/2343 BC

Bronze Age collapse

First Sumerian dynasty of Ur

Sumerians believed that God regretted the creation of human life and sent a flood to destroy the creation,

but one man and family survived by building a boat.

the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech.

2342 BC Arphaxad Two years after the flood

2307 BC Salah lived 438

2277 BC Eber lived 433

2270-2124 BC Sargon I rules the Akkadian in Mesopotamia

2243 BC Peleg lived 239 years

"the name of one was Peleg; for in his days was the earth divided;"

2213 BC Reu lived 239

2181 BC Serug lived 230

2151 BC Nahor lived 148

Tower of Babel

c 2124 BC Great Earthquake

Assyrian King Lists

2122 1878 Terah

c 2100-1800 BC Third Sumerian dynasty of Ur

2004 Peleg dies

2052 BC - 1879 BC Abraham



Ussher has 1921 as God's call to Abraham <-- ck this

1977 BC Abram was seventy and five years old when he departed out of Haran.

1966 BC Ishmael 137

1952 BC Isaac

1892 BC Jacob 147 and Esau











1801 BC Joseph 110


1771 2229 30 Joseph interprets dream

1760 BC famine in all of the land

1762 BC Jacob moves to Egypt

c 1800-1170 BC Old Babylonian period

c 1728-1685 BC Hammurabi, author of the first known Code of Laws

c 1600-1100 BC Staggered periods of Hittite hegemony over Mesopotamia

c 1500 Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep I

1412 BC Moses 120


1332 Exodus

Ussher has 1491 as the Exodus from Egypt <-- ck this

1292 BC Israel takes Canaan <--- ck this

  • he divided their land to them by lot. And after that he gave unto them judges about the space of four hundred and fifty years, until Samuel the prophet"

c {932} 1051 BC Saul <-- ck this 1050-1010 ?

Ussher has 1012 as Founding of the Temple in Jerusalem <-- ck this

c {892} 1011 BC David <-- ck this 1003-970 ?

c {856} 971 BC Solomon <-- ck this 970-930

c 931 BC Rehoboam <-- ck this 930-913

c930 Jeroboam c909 ?

c913 Abijam c910

c910 Asa c869 ?

c909-908 Nadab

c908-886 Baasha

c886-885 Elah

c886 Zimri

c885 874 Omri

c874-853 Ahab

c872-848 Jehoshaphat

c852-841 Jehoram

c853-852 Ahaziah

C841 Ahaziah

c835-796 Joash

c814-798 Jehosahaz

c798-782 Jehoash

c796-767 Amaziah

c793-753 Jerooam II

c792-740 Uzziah (Azariah)

c753 Zechariah

c752 Shallum

c752-742 Menahem

c750-732 Jotham

c742-740 Pekahiah

c740-732 Pekah

c735-715 Ahaz

c732-722 Hoshea

c729-686 Hezekiah

722 BC Assyria captures Israel

xxx 714-681 BC Reign of Sennacherib, whose conquest of Israel resulted in the first deportations of the Hebrews

c697-642 Manasseh

668-626 BC Reign of Ashurbanipal, the most energetic of the Assyrian conquerors

612 BC Fall of Nineveh

612-539 BC Neo-Babylonian Period

606-565 BC Reign of Nebuchadnezzar; his conquest of Judah and subsequent deportation of some Hebrew peoples mark the beginning of the Hebrew Exile

c642-640 Amon

c640-609 Josiah

c609 Jehoahaz

c609-598 Jehoiakim

c598-597 Jehoichin

c597-586 Zedekiah

586 BC Destruction of Jerusalem by Babylon

539 BC Fall of Babylon and the beginning of Persian dominance in Mesopotamia

546 BC Conquest of Lydia and the Greek cities of Asia Minor by Cyrus

536 Zerubbabel

521-486 BC Reign of Darius I; the Persian empire at its fullest extent, from Macedon to Egypt, Palestine to India

520 Temple work resumed

516 Temple finished

499-494 BC Rebellion of Greek cities against Persian rule

490-489 BC Darius I invades Greece on a punitive expedition against Athens; known in Greek history as Persian Wars

480-479 BC Invasion of Greece by Xerxes

479 BC Defeat of Persian armies by the Greeks

458 Ezra returns

423 Nehemiah returns

428 - 348 Plato

356-330 Alexander the Great

330 BC Alexander enters Babylon; final fall of the Persians and Mesopotamian dominance over the region; beginning of Hellenistic period

37 Herod the Great

C 4 BC Jesus is born (Ussher has 5 BC) <-- He may be right

4 BC Herod the Great dies

C 30 AD Jesus is crucified

70 AD Destruction of Jerusalem

C 300 AD Constantine

395 Theodosius I

455 Sack of Rome

1066 AD Battle of Hastings

1492 AD Discovery of America

c 1840 Irish Potato Famine

1861 AD War for Southern Independence

1929 stock market crash

1941 Japan attacks Pearl Harbor

1948 AD Nation of Israel established

1967 AD 6 day war

1971 US leaves gold standard

1973 Yom Kippur War - - - Arab Oil Embargo


2001 Less than 3000 DY's killed in NY War on Terror

2002 Cleanup of the World Trade Center completed



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Balsas River valley, where stone milling tools with maize residue have been found.

Maize was a major staple food, of North American, South American, and Caribbean cultures.


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