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Israel's Chronology from the second temple in 515 BC - 34 AD

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Uncounted years are in red type

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During the era of the second temple we see the same pattern of three distinct periods of time that God does not count in His calendar of redemption for the nation of Israel., The second temple, like the first, was a benchmark in time but the second temple represented the New Covenant of Grace whereas the first temple represented the Law given through Moses. Unlike the first temple, the second temple never housed The Ark of the Covenat where the High Priest would one time annually make atonement for the nation on the Mercy seat within the inner most room of the temple called the most Holy Place. The reason for its' absence, I believe, is because God long ago decided to hide the Ark of the Covenant directly below the very site where Israel's Messiah Jesus was crucified. The blood of Jesus literally fulfilled the sacrificial services of the High Priest in the year 31 AD. Immediately after the earthquaked the veil of the temple (not made with human hands) was rent in two and the blood of our Messiah flowed onto the Mercy seat of the Ark of the Covenant. The cryptic verses in the apocrypha book of II Maccabees chapter 2 verses 4-8 tell us Jeremiah hid the Ark and the tent of meeting and these articles would remain hidden until the very day when God would regather his people Israel and show them mercy.
I personally believe this is how God will bring about the salvation of present day Israel. Chapter four in the book of Ezekiel gives the time parameters that outline the siege enactment of Jerusalem portrayed by the prophet Ezekiel. I believe Ezekiel's unique prophecy gives the time parameters that show when God will bring about the fulfillment of these events in His chosen city Jerusalem. If my calculations and reasoning about Ezekiel's prophecy is correct then this prophecy will find fullfillment on September 9th/10th in 2018 (The Feast of Trumpets otherwise know as Rosh Hashanah).
716
515 BC
The New Jerusalem Temple was completed on Adar 3, Feb. 2nd, in 515 BC (Ezra 6:15). That month was the final month of 217 consecutive Jewish Years that God does not count in His calenadar of redemption. This allowed for a 40 day period of santification for the priesthood of the Levites before the initial Passover celebration in the New Temple. The new religious calendar began on Nisan 1 (March 1st) in 515 BC. The first Passover in the New Temple began on Sunday eve, Nisan 14 (March 14th, 515 BC).
6th year of King Darius I
717
514 BC
7th year of King Darius I
718
513 BC
8th year of King Darius I
719
512 BC
9th year of King Darius I
720
511 BC
10th year of King Darius I
721
510 BC
11th year of King Darius I
722
509 BC
12th year of King Darius I
723
508 BC
13th year of King Darius I
724
507 BC
14th year of King Darius I
725
506 BC
15th year of King Darius I
726
505 BC
16th year of King Darius I
727
504 BC
17th year of King Darius I
728
503 BC
18th year of King Darius I
729
502 BC
19th year of King Darius I
730
501 BC
20th year of King Darius I
731
500 BC
21st year of King Darius I
732
499 BC
22nd year of King Darius I
733
498 BC
23rd year of King Darius I
734
497 BC
24th year of King Darius I
735
496 BC
25th year of King Darius I
736
495 BC
26th year of King Darius I
737
494 BC
27th year of King Darius I
738
493 BC
28th year of King Darius I
739
492 BC
29th year of King Darius I
740
491 BC
30th year of King Darius I
741
490 BC
31st year of King Darius I
742
489 BC
32nd year of King Darius I
743
488 BC
33rd year of King Darius I
744
487 BC
34th year of King Darius I
745
486 BC
35th & final year of King Darius I
746
485 BC
Xerxes I was about 36 years old when he as the second son of Darius I was appointed king over Persia. Xerxes mother was Atossa the daughter of Cyrus the Great but his older brother was the son of a different woman. Undoubtedly this gave Xerxes the advantage of his appointed status.
1st year King Xerxes
747
484 BC
2nd year of King Xerxes
748
483 BC
3rd year of King Xerxes
749
482 BC
4th year of King Xerxes
750
481 BC
5th year of King Xerxes
751
480 BC
6th year of King Xerxes
752
479 BC
7th year of King Xerxes
Esther 2:16 (RSV)
16  And when Esther was taken to King Ahasu-e'rus (Xerxes) into his royal palace in the tenth month, which is the month of Tebeth, in the seventh year of his reign.
753
478 BC
8th year of King Xerxes
754
477 BC
9th year of King Xerxes
755
476 BC
10th year of King Xerxes
756
475 BC
11th year of King Xerxes
757
474 BC
12th year of King Xerxes
Esther 3:7 (RSV)
7  In the first month, which is the month of Nisan, in the twelfth year of King Ahasu-e'rus (Xerxes), they cast Pur, that is the lot, before Haman day after day; and they cast it month after month till the twelfth month, which is the month of Adar.
758
473 BC
It was on the 13th day of the month Adar (Jan 30th) that Haman's lot fell. A letter was issued in the first month, Nisan, and sent throughout the 120 provinces telling them the Jews would be put to death on this very day next year. However Haman's plan backfired on him and he was executed and the Jews s were allowed to defend themselves against the decree issued earlier by Haman to annihilate the Jewish people. The 14th day of Adar has since been annually celebrated as the Feast of Purim.
13th year of King Xerxes
759
472 BC
14th year of King Xerxes
760
471 BC
15th year of King Xerxes
761
470 BC
16th year of King Xerxes
762
469 BC
17th year of King Xerxes
763
468 BC
18th year of King Xerxes
764
467 BC
19th year of King Xerxes
765
466 BC
20th year of King Xerxes
766
465 BC
21st & final year of King Xerxes
767
464 BC
After a coup d'e tat in the late autumn or winter of 465 BC the Persian King Xerxes and his oldest son Darius were killed by one Artabanus who was the commander of Xerxes royal bodygaurd. When Artaxerxes, the second son of Xerxes became aware of the murders then Artabanus and his associates were killed. Artaxerxes was next in line for the throne and his accession year began in the autumn or winter of 465 BC. Persian kings used the spring-time to begin the reigns of its' kings. King Artaxerxes began his reign in the spring of 464 BC according to the Persian custom. The various books of the Bible however appear to be a mixutre of the two main dating methods (spring-time or autumn) used by the individual author of each book. Dates seen in the books of Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah, Jeremiah, II Kings, and II Chronicles all use the civil year beginning on Tishri 1 for kings reigns regardless of the kings origin. Other Bible books such as Ezekiel, Haggai, and Zechariah use Nisan-Nisan dating in these books.
1st year of the reign of King Artaxerxes
768
463 BC
2nd
769
462 BC
3rd
770
461 BC
4th year of the reign of King Artaxerxes
771
460 BC
5th
772
459 BC
6th
773
458 BC
7th year of Artaxerxes reign (according to the book of Ezra) began on Tishri 1 in 458 BC (Friday, August 26).
774
457 BC

8th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept 457 BC
Ezra departed Babyon on the first day of Nisan in the seventh year of King Artaxerxes (March 20th 457 BC).. Ezra arrived in Jerusalem on the first day of the fifth month, Ab 1 (July 16th), 457 BC. Two months after the arrival of Ezra and his fellow exiles they undoubtedly gathered in Jerusalem for the Feast of Trumpets. The Feast of Trumpets was the first festival day they would have been able to celebrate since they arrived back in Israel. That particuilar Feast of Trumpets was the going forth restoration point of the decree sent by King Artaxerxes and referenced in verse 25 of Daniel's seventy-weeks prophecy. In other words, the solar aspects of Daniel's 70-weeks prophecy were set in motion on the Feast of Trumpets in 457 BC and exactly 483 solar years later Jesus was baptised in the Jordan River by John the Baptist. The day of Jesus baptism was Monday, September 13th in 27 AD (Elul 27). Thus began the final seven years of Daniel's 490 year prophecy. The 1,260 day human ministry of Jesus (Rev. chapter 12) was the first half of Daniel's 70th week and the 1,278 solar days (a time, times, and half a time) comprised the second half of Daniel's final week. His human ministry ended on the day of his resurrection in 31 AD. HIs resurrection was on Nisan 16 (Feast of First-fruits), in 31 AD. Jesus put an end to sacrifice and offering in the middle of the Feast of Unleavened Bread in 31 AD. Along with the 40 days he appeared unto his disciples also happened to be the midpoint of the final seven years of Daniel's 70th week. After the 1,278 solar days the prophecy was fulfilled on The Feast of Trumpets in 34 AD, exactly 490 Jewish calendar years after it began. The next day was very possibly the day when the Roman Centruion Cornelius and his household received the baptism of the Holy Spirit in 34 AD.

775
456 BC
9th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
776
455 BC
10th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
777
454 BC
11th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
778
453 BC
12th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
779
452 BC
13th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
780
451 BC
14th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
781
450 BC
15th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
782
449 BC
16th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
783
448 BC
17th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
784
447 BC
18th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
785
446 BC

19th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
This year would have been Artaxerxes 20th year if his almost year-long accession year is counted and this does appear to be the case because the word reign is omitted (see Nehemiah 2:1). It is my opinion that Nehemiah departed Babylon on Nisan 24, 445 BC exactly 91 Hebrew calendar years after Daniel had his chapter 10 vision of the man in linen. That particular date was Nisan 24 in 445 BC (March 31st). The rebuilding of the Jerusalem wall was completed in 52 days on the 25th day of Elul. This gave Nehemiah 104 days or 3.5 months from the time he departed Babylon to secure supplies for the wall and return to Jerusalem with his armed gaurd. This required Nehemiah to travel about 10 miles per day for what probably was more than a 900 mile trip (distance from Susa to Jerusalem).

786
445 BC
20th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
787
444 BC
21st year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
788
443 BC
22nd year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
789
442 BC
23rd year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
790
441 BC
24th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
791
440 BC
25th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
792
439 BC
26th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
793
438 BC
27th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
794
437 BC
28th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
795
436 BC
29th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
796
435 BC
30th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
797
434 BC
31st year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
798
433 BC
32nd year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
799
432 BC
33rd year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
800
431 BC
34th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
801
430 BC
35th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
802
429 BC
36th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
803
428 BC
37th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
804
427 BC
38th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
805
426 BC
39th year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
806
425 BC
40th & final year of King Artaxerxes began Aug/Sept
807
424 BC
A power struggle among the three sons of Artaxerxes resulted in two of them dying and Ochus becomes king, assuming the title of King Darius II (his accession year).
808
423 BC
1st year of King Darius II
809
422 BC
2nd year of King Darius II
810
421 BC
3rd year of King Darius II
811
420 BC
4th year of King Darius II
812
419 BC
5th year of King Darius II
813
418 BC
6th year of King Darius II
814
417 BC
7th year of King Darius II
815
416 BC
8th year of King Darius II
816
415 BC
9th year of King Darius II
817
414 BC
10th year of King Darius II
818
413 BC
11th year of King Darius II
819
412 BC
12th year of King Darius II
820
411 BC
13th year of King Darius II
821
410 BC
14th year of King Darius II
822
409 BC
15th year of King Darius II
823
408 BC
16th year of King Darius II
824
407 BC
17th year of King Darius II
825
406 BC
18th year of King Darius II
826
405 BC
19th & final year of King Darius II
827
404 BC
Artaxerxes II appointed as new king by Darius II
1st year of King Artaxerxes II
828
403 BC
2nd year of King Artaxerxes II
829
402 BC
3rd year of King Artaxerxes II
830
401 BC
4th year of King Artaxerxes II
831
400 BC
5th year of King Artaxerxes II
832
399 BC
6th year of King Artaxerxes II
833
398 BC
7th year of King Artaxerxes II
834
397 BC
8th year of King Artaxerxes II
835
396 BC
9th year of King Artaxerxes II
836
395 BC
10th year of King Artaxerxes II
837
394 BC
11th year of King Artaxerxes II
838
393 BC
12th year of King Artaxerxes II
839
392 BC
13th year of King Artaxerxes II
840
391 BC
14th year of King Artaxerxes II
841
390 BC
15th year of King Artaxerxes II
842
389 BC
16th year of King Artaxerxes II
843
388 BC
17th year of King Artaxerxes II
844
387 BC
18th year of King Artaxerxes II
845
386 BC
19th year of King Artaxerxes II
846
385 BC
20th year of King Artaxerxes II
847
384 BC
21st year of King Artaxerxes II
848
383 BC
22nd year of King Artaxerxes II
849
382 BC
23rd year of King Artaxerxes II
850
381 BC
24th year of King Artaxerxes II
851
380 BC
25th year of King Artaxerxes II
852
379 BC
26th year of King Artaxerxes II
853
378 BC
27th year of King Artaxerxes II
854
377 BC
28th year of King Artaxerxes II
855
376 BC
29th year of King Artaxerxes II
856
375 BC
30th year of King Artaxerxes II
857
374 BC
31st year of King Artaxerxes II
858
373 BC
32nd year of King Artaxerxes II
859
372 BC
33rd year of King Artaxerxes II
860
371 BC
34th year of King Artaxerxes II
861
370 BC
35th year of King Artaxerxes II
862
369 BC
36th year of King Artaxerxes II
863
368 BC
37th year of King Artaxerxes II
864
367 BC
38th year of King Artaxerxes II
865
366 BC
39th year of King Artaxerxes II
866
365 BC
40th year of King Artaxerxes II
867
364 BC
41st year of King Artaxerxes II
868
363 BC
42nd year of King Artaxerxes II
869
362 BC
43rd year of King Artaxerxes II
870
361 BC
44th year of King Artaxerxes II
871
360 BC
45th year of King Artaxerxes II
872
359 BC
46th & final year of King Artaxerxes II
873
358 BC
1st year of King Artaxerxes III
874
357 BC
2nd year of King Artaxerxes III
875
356 BC
3rd year of King Artaxerxes III
876
355 BC
4th year of King Artaxerxes III
877
354 BC
5th year of King Artaxerxes III
878
353 BC
6thyear of King Artaxerxes III
879
352 BC
7th year of King Artaxerxes III
880
351 BC
8th year of King Artaxerxes III
881
350 BC
9th year of King Artaxerxes III
882
349 BC
10th year of King Artaxerxes III
883
348 BC
11th year of King Artaxerxes III
884
347 BC
12th year of King Artaxerxes III
885
346 BC
13th year of King Artaxerxes III
886
345 BC
14th year of King Artaxerxes III
887
344 BC
15th year of King Artaxerxes III
888
343 BC
16th year of King Artaxerxes III
889
342 BC
17th year of King Artaxerxes III
890
341 BC
18th year of King Artaxerxes III
891
340 BC
19th year of King Artaxerxes III
892
339 BC
20th year of King Artaxerxes III
893
338 BC
21st & final year of King Artaxerxes III
accession year of King Artaxerxes IV
894
337 BC
1st year of King Artaxerxes IV
895
336 BC
2nd & final year of King Artaxerxes IV
accession year of King Darius III
Alexander the Great began to reign in Macedonia, 1st year of Alexander's reign
896
335 BC
1st year of King Darius III
2nd year of Alexander's reign
897
334 BC
2nd year of King Darius III
3rd year of Alexander's reign. During the next 12 years He conquered much of the area that Persia had ruled over for the prior two centuries.
898
333 BC
3rd year of King Darius III
4th year of Alexander's reign
899
332 BC
4th year of King Darius III
5th year of Alexander's reign
900
331 BC
5th year of King Darius III
6th year of Alexander's reign
901
330 BC
6th & final year of King Darius III
7th year of Alexander's reign. Darius was defeated in battle by Alexander this year
902
329 BC
8th year of Alexander's reign
903
328 BC
9th year of Alexander's reign
904
327 BC
10th year of Alexander's reign
905
326 BC
11th year of Alexander's reign
906
325 BC
12th year of Alexander's reign
907
324 BC
13th year of Alexander's reign
908
323 BC
14th & final year of Alexander's reign
Upon Alexander's death, his kingdom was divided among his leaders and generals. For the next forty plus years the divisions of the kingdom went through many leaders and changes. However the two main kingdoms from a Biblical perspective were begun by Ptolemy I Soter who controlled Egypt and Seleucus I Nicator who controlled large parts of Persia, Babylon, and Syria. Eventually the area controlled by what is now known as the Seleucid empire was reduced from Babylon and Persia to the area in what is now Syria. In 175 BC the King of the northern empire (Syria) was Antiochus IV
909
322 BC
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321 BC
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319 BC
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173 BC
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172 BC
Menelaus becomes High Priest after usurping the Priesthood from Jason (II Maccabees 4:23-25)
1060
171 BC
1061
170 BC

The 2300 evenings and mornings of defilement began on the Feast of Trumpets in 170 BC. The unrighteous High Priest named Menelaus usurped the High Priesthood from Jason in the year 172 BC by outbidding him. Menelaus was not a Levite and he therefore should never have been appointed to that position but nevertheless he was appointed by the Seleucid King Antiochus IV. Jason begrudged Menelaus because Menelaus essentially stole the High Priest position from him. In 170 BC Menelaus stole many of the sacred temple articles of silver and gold. It appears that Jason was bent on avenging himself against Menelaus so he attacked Jerusalem with about 1,000 men but Menelaus took refuge in the citadel. Jason killed many of his fellow citizens thinking he was justified in his actions. About this same time in Egypt the Seleucid King Antiochus IV wanted to invade Egypt and enlarge His kingdom however the Roman Consul named Gaius Popillius Laenas confronted him and drew a circle in the sand around King Antiochus IV of the Seleucid Empire, then said, Before you cross this circle I want you to give me a reply for the Romans. Implying that Rome would declare war if the King stepped out of the circle before committing to leave Egypt. Thus today we still have the saying a line in the sand.The King wisely choose to leave Egypt. However he then vented his frustration on Jerusalem after hearing about all the calamity that had taken place in that city. Antiochus invasion of Jerusalem took place in 169 BC and he stole many of the temple treasures and killed many of Jerusalem's citizens. He returned to Antioch, his capitol in Syria. Two years later in 167 BC the Greek way of life was imposed upon the Jewish people and anyone caught resisting was subject to death. It was at this point in time when Mattathias and his sons rose up to fight against King Antiochus IV. In the year 164 BC on the 25th day of Kislev the New Altar of Sacrifice was rededicated in Jerusalem exactly 2300 days after the defilement began.

 

1062
169 BC
King Antiochus IV invades Jerusalem and kills many citizens and also steals temple treasure.
1063
168 BC
1064
167 BC

abomination placed on altar of sacrifice (probably a bust of Zues).
The citizens of Jerusalem were required to follow the Greek religion and not their traditional heritage of the Jewish Law (under penalty of death). They sacrificed monthly on the 25th day of the month. This began the Jewish rebellion under Mattathias and his sons.

1065
166 BC
Mattathias died this year. Judas leads the armies and does exploits against great odds
1066
165 BC
1067
164 BC
new altar of sacrifice built and rededicated on Kislev 25 exactly 2300 days from the civil year beginning 170 BC.
1068
163 BC
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162 BC
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161 BC
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27 AD

On Elul 27 in the year 27 AD, Jesus was baptised exactly 483 solar years from the Feast of Trumpets in 457 BC. His baptism fullfilled exactly 483 solar years until 'Messiah' the prince was to appear (Daniel 9:25) His physical body ministry lasted exactly 1260 days Each day of Jesus ministry represented one year of atonement. This current year represented in the far-left column was equivelant to 1257 years of redemption in Jewish history. Exactly 1260 days from his baptism Jesus resurrected on the Feast of First-fruits in 31 AD (Nisan 16). Four days after his baptism on Elul 27 in 27 AD Jesus worked his first miricle on The Feast of Trumpets when He changed the water into wine. Please read the series of next days in the Gospel of John (1:29-2:11) describing his baptism and arrival at the wedding in Cana in Galilee.

1258
28 AD
On Sept. 4th in 28 AD Jesus completed his first Luna year of ministry.
1259
29 AD
August 25th in 29 AD Jesus completed his second Luna year of ministry.
1260
30 AD
August 15th in 30 AD Jesus completed his third Luna year of ministry. This civil year marked the 1260th year of Atonement as displayed in the far left column, this civil year lasted until Tishri 1 in 31 AD. This was the start of Jesus fourth year of ministry however He was crucified on Nisan 14 in the year 31 AD (Friday, February 21st).
31 AD
The ministry of Jesus lasted for exactly 1260 days (Rev. 12:6). He was crucified for the sins of the world on Nisan 14 in 31 AD. On the third day of the Feast, Jesus rose from death on the Feast of First-fruits. In the middle of that week (Feast of Unleavened Bread) Jesus put an end to sacrifice and offering when He showed himself alive to chosen disciples and believers. Not only was it the middle of the Feast of Unleavened Bread it was also the beginning of the middle period lasting 40 days while Jesus confirmed His covenant with many. This happened in the middle of Daniel's 70th week. Over the span of those 40 days after His resurrection Jesus manifested himself only to those who believed. The ministry of the Holy Spirit began on the day after the final day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread (21st day of Nisan). So therefore the ministry of the Holy Spirit began on the eve of Feb. 28 in 31 AD, the 22nd day of Nisan. It was on the 21st day of Nisan that Jesus commissioned His church on the mountain in Galilee. The 21st day of Nisan was exactly 483 Luna years from the decree sent forth by King Artaxerxes and given to Nehemiah in 445 BC (less the 2300 days). Nehemiah departed Babylon on Iyyar 24 and after he arrived in Jerusalem the wall was completed in 52 days. There was a great celebration in Jerusalem on the Feast of Trumpets in 445 BC and the "Feast of Trumpets" is given special recognition two times as "this day is holy to the Lord". The reason being Daniel's seventy weeks not only started on the Feast of Trumpets in 457 BC (solar calculation) but it also ended 490 Jewish years later on the exact same day, in 34 AD on August 29th the gospel went forth to the gentiles (Acts chapter 10).
Also, Ezekiel's seige enactment prophecy ends on the Feast of Trumpets in 2018 when the Ark of the Covenant will be disclosed under the crucifixion site outside the city walls on the north side of Jerusalem (the site discoved by Ron Wyatt in 1982).
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