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GENESIS
6000-1800 BC

EXODUS-JOSHUA
1800-1350 BC
JUDGES-2 SAMUEL
1350-950 BC
NEW TESTAMENT
20 BC-100 AD
CHURCH HISTORY
100-1500 AD
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New Testament , 20 BC-100 AD
Archaeological Time Periods
Roman Period - 37 BC-324 AD (Jesus, Apostles, NT, Early Church)
    Events/People in ISRAEL and BIBLE  
  100 BC Civil War-Sadducees vs Pharisees for six years (94-88 BC); King Alexander Jannaus vs Sadducees; 50,000 die Ptolemy Dynasty Egypt
Roman Emperors   63 BC Civil War in Jerusalem; Roman General Pompey takes Jerusalem to establish peace; Berenike IV &Cleopatra VI (58-55)
Julius Caesar (49-44 BC) 50 BC Antipater (Idumean) appointed by Julius Caesar as Procurator of Judea, Samaria, Galilee (47 BC) Ptolemy XII (51-47 BC)
    Antipater appoints son Herod as Governor of Galilee (46 BC) Cleopatra VII (51-30 BC)
Augustus (27 BC-14 AD)   Augustus makes Herod King (30 BC)
Ptolemy XIV (47-44 BC)
    Jesus Born (4 BC) Caesarion Ptolemy XV (44-30 BC)
Tiberius (14-37 AD)   Jesus' Ministry, Cross, Resurrection (27-30 AD); Acts chapters 1-8  
Caligula (37-41 AD)   Acts chapters 9-11  
Claudius (41-54 AD) 50 AD Paul begins traveling to Gentiles  
Nero (54-68 AD)   Paul writes 2 Timothy; Dies  
Galba (68-69 AD)      
Otho (69 AD)      
Vitellius (69 AD)      
Vespasian (69-79 AD)   Jerusalem Burns; Temple Falls  
Titus (79-81 AD)      
Domitian (81-96 AD)   John on Patmos, "Revelation"  
Nerva (96-98 AD)      
Trajan (98-117 AD) 100 AD John released from Patmos; Dies  
Hadrian (117-138 AD)      
     
Place of the Trumpeter Stone from New Testament Temple Place of the Trumpeter Stone from New Testament Temple Place of the Trumpeter Stone from New Testament Temple
Pontius Pilate Insription found in Caesarea, Israel Pontius Pilate Insription found in Caesarea, Israel  
Pool of Siloam Pool of Siloam Pool of Siloam
Lintel stone from entrance to Herod's New Testament Temple Mount Lintel stone from entrance Gate to Herod's New Testament Temple Mount  
Large Mikvah likely used for the multitude of baptisms in Acts 2 located at the base of the Temple Mount steps on the southside of the Temple on the Ophel Large Mikvah likely used for the multitude of baptisms in
Acts 2 located at the base of the Temple Mount steps on the southside of the Temple on the Ophel
 
Coin of Ceasar Augustus minted 27 BC-14 AD

Coin of Ceasar Augustus minted 27 BC-14 AD.
The front or obverse side says "CAESAR"

The reverse side of a Ceasar Augustus coin 
with the title "AUGUSTUS" written in a wreath 
on the back or reverse of this bronze coin.

Reverse side of a Ceasar Augustus coin with title "AUGUSTUS"
Coin of Claudius minted 41-54 AD Coin of Claudius, Roman Emperor, minted 41-54 AD
Silver coin minted by Nero 54-68 AD in Alexandria, Egypt. Nero wears a radiant, mult-pinted crown, a symbol of diety

A silver coin minted by Nero sometime between 54-68 AD in Alexandrian, Egypt. 

On the front, or obverse, side Nero is shown with a radiant head or multi-pointed crown like head piece sybolic of his diety.

The reverse side of a coin minted by Nero showing
Emperor Nero wearing an Egyptian headdress
indicating he was the ruler or king of Egypt.

Reverse side of a Nero coin shoing Nero wearing an Egyptian headdrress as ruler of Egypt
Coin minted by Vespasian 69-79 AD

A coin minted by Emperor Vespasian 69-79 AD.

The front of the coin has an image of Vespasian and says "AUGUSTUS VESPASIAN".

The reverse side shows an image of
the god Fides and is inscribed "FIDES".

reverse side of Vespasian coin 69-79 AD with image of the god Fides
Bronze coin of Trajan 98-112 AD

A bronze coin minted by Emperor Trajan 98-112 AD.

The obverse, or front, side shows Trajan wearing a crown on his head.

The reverse side is Arabia Stands (SC) with the
inscription "ARAB ADQVIS"

Reverse side of Trajan coin with Arabia Stands inscribed "ARAB ADQVIS"
Herod the Great coin with an anchor incribed "BACI HPQ", or "King Herod"

A coin minted by Herod the Great in Judea 37-4 BC with an 
anchor on the obverse side with the inscription 
"BACI HPQ" which translates "King Herod" .

The reverse side shows two cornucopias.

Herod the Great coin with reverse side showing two cornucopias
A "Widow's Mite" minted by the Roma Procurator of Judea Marcus Ambibulus 6-9 AD with a palm tree

A "Widow's Mite" minted by the Roman Procurator of 
Judea Marcus Ambibulus 6-9 AD.

The obverse sie shows a palm tree with the "L" and "M" inscribed on either side of the tree trunk.

The reverse side shows a barley ear with
the inscription "KAICA" and "POC".

Reverse side of a "widow's mite" showing a barley ear
Oil lamps from the time of the New Testament Oil lamps from the time of the New Testament  
Olive oil pouring vessel from the days of the New Testament Olive oil pouring vessel from the days of the New Testament  

Photos were taken by Galyn Wiemers of
Generation Word Bible Teaching Ministry
of images on location in Israel or
on display in a public library or
from Galyn's personal collection.
Some photographs are images of replicas
(not the original piece). These are identified.

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