Timeline for the History of Judaism

This timeline, from the Jewish Virtual Library, is one of the very best tools available for your Studies of the Bible! This particular timeline is the best I have ever seen.  It is an absolute Treasure to have access to.  When you study the Word, use this, it will be a rich resource for you, in many, many, ways.  How can one understand, and gain the proper perspective from, and about, Jesus, without knowing his background?

Timeline for the History of Judaism


History: Table of Contents | Ancient Jewish History | Modern Jewish History


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Note: Dates regarding biblical figures & events cannot be confirmed

Dawn of History
(3800-2001 BCE)


Ancient Israelite Religion
(2000-587 BCE)


After the Babylonian Exile
(538 BCE-70 CE)


Rule of Rome
(230 BCE-400 CE)


Rabbinic Period of Talmud Development
(70 BCE-500 CE)


Consolidation & Dominance of Christianity
(325-590 CE)


Development of Muhammad’s Islamic Message
(570-1258 CE)


Medieval Period in the West
(600-1500 CE)


The Crusades
(1095-1258 CE)


Transition & Rebuilding of Political Islam
(1258-1500 CE)


Mamluk Rule
(1291-1516 CE)


Christian Reformation Period
(1517-1569 CE)


Dominance of Ottoman Muslim Empire
(1500-1920 CE)


Jewish Contemporary Period
(1700-1917 CE)


Unrest & Realignment in the Middle East
(1914-1918 CE)


British Rule in Palestine
(1918-1947 CE)


Modern Israel & the Diaspora
(1948-Present)

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