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2nd. From the Deluge to the vocation of Abra.
ham, are computed as follows:
Genesis xi. 10
30 when his son Heber was
30 when his son Rehu was
32 when his son Sarug was
22 Nachor .. 29 when his son Thare was born
24 Thare 70 when his son Abraham was born
26 Abraham 75 at the time of his call
... xii. 4
3rd From the Vocation of Abraham to the Delivery from Egypt are computed as follows: 25 yrs. after Abraham's vocation Isaac was born
Gen. xxi. 5 Isaac was 60 when Jacob was born
xxv, 26 Jacob
130 when he went to Egypt
where his descendants
dwelt for the space of
when they were delivered
by Moses ; the entire Exod. xii. 40 time 430 .. being dated from Abra.
ham's going to Egypt
From the Delivery out of Egypt to the
Foundation of the Temple (519) years
are computed, as follows :Journeying through the Desert
40 years Deut. i. 3
journey to the foundation of the
479 3 Kings vi. 1
is deduced from Deut. i. 3; Deut. iv.
tained by several chronologists.
15 Bossuet. Petav. Othoniel
40 Jud. iii. il Aod and Samgar
& v. 32 Gedeon
viii. 28 Abimelech
ix. 22 Thola
xii. 7 Abesan
xv. 20 Heli
1 Kings iv. 18 Samuel before Saul
vii, 2 Saul the First King
40 Acts xiii. 21 David*.
40 3 Kings ii. 11
* Solomon was associated with bis father in the kingdom three years before his death; he laid the foundaton of the Temple in the second month after his father's death ; the fourth year of his reign, if computed from the time of his association, the first of his reign alone.
5th. From the Foundation of the Temple to the
Return from the Babylonian Captivity,
are computed as follows:
after the Foundation of the Temple.
separation to the Assyrian Captivity
nian Captivity, in the 11th of Sedecias,
Cyrus, the termination of the 70 years'
TABLE OF THE KINGS OF JUDA AND ISRAEL
CORRECTED FOR THE
[Note.]—3269, date of the Assyrian Captivity, which terminated the Kingdom of Israel after had lasted 260 years, having been separated from that of Juda by Jeroboam in the reign of oboam, the son and successor of Solomon. * Joram was associated with his father in the kingdom between two and three years; as duced from 4 Kings iii. 1; and 4 Kings viii. 16, 25. + Ezechias reigned six years before the captivity and twenty-three after, in all twenty-nine
KINGS OF JUDA AFTER THE DESTRUCTION OF THE SEPARATED KINGDOM OF ISRAEL.
* 3402 A.M. In this year almost all the people of Juda, who had escaped on former occasions, were carried captive to Babylon.
The Sixth Age includes the reigns of the kings from the first year
of the reign of Cyrus to the 20th of Artaxerxes, when the 70 weeks [of years) foretold by Daniel commence, according to the more common and more probable opinion. Sixty-nine of these weeks, that is 483 years, appear to have elapsed from this time to the Baptism of Christ, which took place when he was thirty years