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3,200 Years of Documented Presence of the Jewish People in the Land of Israel

  1. Madaba Map25 B.C.E. Genesis 15:18-21
  2. Distribution of Jewish Population in Israel in the Herodian Period
  3. 19 B.C.E. The Temple Mount
  4. 24 C.E. – 79 C.E. Pliny the Elder
  5. Destruction of the Second Temple in 70 C.E. – Tisha B’Av
  6. 93 C.E. Jesus, Messiah, Resurrection
  7. 100 C.E. Plutarch (46 C.E. ― 120 C.E.)
  8. 110 C.E. Tacitus (56 C.E. ― 120 C.E.)
  9. 130 C.E. – 217 C.E. Galen
  10. 132 C.E. ― 135 C.E. Revolt of Bar Kokhba
  11. 150 C.E. Celsus Philosophus
  12. 160 C.E. ― 230 C.E. Cassius Dio
  13. Third Century C.E. Jews Visit Temple Mount
  14. 225 C.E. Jews Visit Temple Mount
  15. 300 C.E. – 339 C.E. Eusebius of Caesarea
  16. 300 C.E. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
  17. Fourth Century C.E. The Temple Mount Visitors
  18. Fourth Century C.E. Jewish Communities in the Holy Land
  19. 314 C.E. – 318 C.E. Eusebius of Caesaria (263 – 339 C.E.)
  20. October 18, 329 C.E. Emperor Constantine the Great (306-337)
  21. November 29, 330 C.E. Emperor Constantine I the Great (306-337)
  22. 333 C.E. The Bordeaux Pilgrim
  23. August 13, 339 C.E. Emperor Constantius II (337 – 361)
  24. March 1, 363 Emperor Julian “The Apostate” (361–363 C.E.)
  25. May 6, 368 C.E. Roman Emperor Valentinian I (364 – 375)
  26. May 21, 383 Valentinian II (375 – 392)
  27. 388 C.E. Christians Destroy a Synagogue in Syria
  28. March 14, 388 C.E. Emperor Valentinian II (375 – 392)
  29. 392 C.E. Church Leader Jerome (347 C.E. – 420 C.E.)
  30. September 29, 393 C.E. Emperors Theodosius I (379 – 395) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  31. February 28, 396 C.E. Emperors Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  32. June 17, 397 C.E. Emperors Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  33. July 1, 397 C.E. Emperors Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  34. February 3, 398 Emperors Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  35. 400 C.E. Martianus Capella
  36. February 3, 404 Emperors Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  37. April 1, 409 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  38. July 26, 412 Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Emperors Honorius (393 – 423)
  39. September 24, 416 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  40. March 10, 418 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  41. February 15, 423 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450), Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  42. April 9, 423 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  43. June 8, 423 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) Arcadius (395 – 408) and Honorius (393 – 423)
  44. 425 The Temple Mount
  45. July 9, 425 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Valentinian III (425 – 455)
  46. April 7, 426 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Valentinian III (425 – 455)
  47. May 30, 429 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Valentinian III (425 – 455)
  48. June 4, 438 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450), and Honorius (393 – 423)
  49. 438 The Temple Mount – Empress Eudocia (401 – 460)
  50. January 31, 438 Emperors Theodosius II (408 – 450) and Valentinian III (425 – 455)
  51. 6th Century C.E. Cyril of Scythopolis
  52. 6th Century C.E. – The Temple Mount: Shir Hashirim
  53. 6th Century C.E. – The Temple Mount: Turn to the Holy of Holies
  54. April 527, Emperors Justin and Justinian I (527-565)
  55. 527 Emperor Justinian I (527 – 565)
  56. 527 – 534 Emperor Justinian I (527 – 565)
  57. July 28, 531 Emperor Justinian I (527 – 565)
  58. 534 C.E. Emperor Justinian I (527 – 565)
  59. February 8, 553 Emperor Justinian I (527-565)
  60. 624, Jericho
  61. 629 Jizyah: Tax Paid by Non-Muslims
  62. 638 Remnants of Ancient Jewish Communities
  63. 632 Temple Mount
  64. 632 Quran/ Koran
  65. May 638 Caliph Umar (Omar)
  66. 638 C.E. Arabs Conquer “Palestine” – Koran
  67. 638 C.E Arabs Conquer “Palestine” – Arabic Literature
  68. 638 – 750 Islam Says No to Jewish Homeland and State of Israel
  69. 640 – 740 First century after the Arab conquest
  70. 670 The Temple Mount
  71. 670 Pilgrim of Bishop Arculf
  72. 675 The Yellow–Stripe for All Non-Muslims
  73. 680 The Temple Mount
  74. 692 Dome of the Rock: Drawing by Ali Bey – 1750
  75. 692 Islamic Anti Christian Inscriptions
  76. 634 – 1099 Chronicle – Cairo Geniza 
  77. January 16th, 748 Earthquake
  78. 985 Jews in Jerusalem
  79. 995 A Jewish governor, appointed by the Vizer
  80. 999 Compelled Jews to Wear Chain and Image of Calf/Christians
  81. 11th Century Jewish Temple
  82. 11th Century The Temple Mount
  83. 1000 The Temple Mount
  84. 1010 Temple Mount Synagogue
  85. 1015 Christian Churches/ Synagogues
  86. 1039 Sukkot & Hoshanah Rabbah
  87. 1047 Synagogue & Churches
  88. 1050 Yeshiva/ Discovery of The Temple
  89. 1096 Crusaders & the Jews of Europe
  90. July 15, 1099 The Temple Mount
  91. 1099 Crusader Massacre of Jews and Muslims in Jerusalem
  92. July 15th, 1099 Muslims Account / Murder of Jews in Synagogues on Temple Mount
  93. 1099 Siege and Capture of Jerusalem
  94. 1100 Distribution of Jewish Population in Israel
  95. 1085-1141 Judah HaLevi
  96. 1144 Blood Libel in England
  97. 1160 Arab Refugees
  98. 1165 The Rambam Praying at Ruins of “the Temple” on Temple Mount
  99. 1170 The Western Wall
  100. 1170 Benjamin of Tudela
  101. 1180 The Travels of Rabbi Petachiah of Ratisbon
  102. October 1187 Kurdish Muslim Saladin Defeats Crusaders; Maimonides is his Physician
  103. 1211 Jerusalem Synagogues/ Hebron/ 300 Rabbis from France and England  
  104. 1211 300 Rabbis Settle in Jerusalem
  105. 1216 Spanish-Jewish Poet Al Harizi
  106. 1250 Distribution of Jewish Population in Israel
  107. 1260 The Battle of Ain Jalut
  108. 1267 Synagogues – Nahmanides
  109. 14th Century Temple Mount
  110. 1322 The Temple Mount- Jewish Guides from Gaza, Ramleh and Safed
  111. 1333 The Jews of Jerusalem
  112. 1334 Isaac ben Joseph ibn Chelo
  113. 1335 The Jews of Jerusalem
  114. 1344 The Jews of Jerusalem
  115. 1347 The Jews of Jerusalem
  116. 1395 Pilgrims, Visitors and Immigrant
  117. 1421 Pilgrims, Visitors, and Immigrant
  118. 1421 Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem
  119. 1427 The Jews of Jerusalem
  120. 1431 The Jews of Jerusalem
  121. 1449 The Jews of Jerusalem
  122. 1479 The Jews of Jerusalem
  123. 1480 The Jews of Jerusalem
  124. 1481 The Jews of Jerusalem
  125. 1481 250 Jewish Households in Jerusalem
  126. 1482 The Jews of Jerusalem
  127. 1483 The Jews of Jerusalem
  128. 1483 500 Jews in Jerusalem
  129. 1486 The Jews of Jerusalem
  130. 1488 Jewish Italian Pilgrim, Rabbi Obadiah da Bertinoro
  131. 1492 Immigrants from Expulsion from Spain
  132. 1492 The Jews of Jerusalem
  133. March 31, 1492 Expulsion of Jews From Spain
  134. 1493 The Jews of Jerusalem
  135. 1494 The Jews of Jerusalem
  136. 1497 The Jews of Jerusalem
  137. 1498 The Jews of Jerusalem
  138. 16th Century Distribution of Jewish Population in Israel
  139. 1500 Jews Visit Temple Mount
  140. 1507 The Jews of Jerusalem
  141. 1516 Jews Restricted from Temple Mount
  142. 1517 Islamic Murder, Mayhem, and Mutilation
  143. 1517 Safed
  144. 1518 The Jews of Jerusalem
  145. 1518 Safed
  146. 1519 The Jews of Jerusalem
  147. 1520 Jerusalem
  148. 1521 Safed
  149. 1521 The Temple Mount
  150. 1522 Islamic Murder, Mayhem, and Mutilation
  151. 1523 Martin Luther
  152. 1524 Schulchan Aruch
  153. 1529 The Jews of Jerusalem
  154. 1532 The Jews of Jerusalem
  155. 1533 The Jews of Jerusalem
  156. 1535 The Jews of Jerusalem
  157. 1535 Lecha Dodi Composed in Safed
  158. 1541 The Leader of Jerusalem Passes Away
  159. 1542 The Jews of Jerusalem
  160. 1542 Jewish Mysticism in Safed
  161. 1543 Martin Luther
  162. 1546 The Jews of Jerusalem
  163. 1548 Rabbi Kalman Kalonymas
  164. 1549 The Jews of Jerusalem
  165. 1553 The Jews of Jerusalem
  166. 1556 The Jews of Jerusalem
  167. 1563 The Jews of Jerusalem
  168. 1564 Don Yosef Nasi
  169. 1565 The Jews of Jerusalem
  170. 1569 The Jews of Jerusalem
  171. 1570 Grave of Samuel, Shavuot
  172. 1575 Safed-Jerusalem
  173. 1575 The Jews of Jerusalem
  174. 1577 The First Printing Press in the Middle East- Safed
  175. 1577 Forced Sabbath Desecration- Safed
  176. 1579 The Jews of Jerusalem
  177. 1579 Ottoman Sultan Murad III
  178. 1581 The Jews of Jerusalem
  179. 1583 The Jews of Jerusalem
  180. 1586 Synagogues in Jerusalem
  181. 1586 The Jews of Jerusalem
  182. 1587 The Jews of Jerusalem
  183. 1588 The Jews of Jerusalem
  184. 1588 Rabbi Besalel Ashkenazi moves to Jerusalem from Egypt
  185. 1590 The Temple Mount
  186. 1591 Jerusalem
  187. 1596 The Jews of Jerusalem
  188. 1598 The Jews of Jerusalem
  189. 1600 The Jews of Jerusalem
  190. 1600 Rabbi Avraham Azulai moves from Morocco to Hebron
  191. 1601 The Jews of Jerusalem
  192. 1608 The Jews of Jerusalem
  193. 1610 The Jews of Jerusalem
  194. 1612 The Jews of Jerusalem
  195. 1613 The Jews of Jerusalem
  196. 1614 The Jews of Jerusalem
  197. 1616 The Jews of Jerusalem
  198. 1621 The Jews of Jerusalem
  199. 1622 Jews in Jerusalem
  200. 1625 The Jews of Jerusalem
  201. 1627 The Jews of Jerusalem
  202. 1630 The Jews of Jerusalem
  203. 1630 Islamic Murder, Mayhem, and Mutilation
  204. 1631 The Jews of Jerusalem
  205. 1637 Greek Christian Immigrants
  206. 1640 The Jews of Jerusalem
  207. 1640 The city of Tiberias is destroyed by an earthquake
  208. 1644 The Jews of Jerusalem
  209. 1650 Jews flee to Palestine to escape oppression
  210. 1651 The Jews of Jerusalem
  211. 1652 The Jews of Jerusalem
  212. 1656 The Jews of Jerusalem
  213. 1658 The Jews of Jerusalem
  214. 1658 Beit Yaakov Yeshiva established
  215. 1659 The Jews of Jerusalem
  216. 1660 The Jews of Jerusalem
  217. 1665 The Jews of Jerusalem
  218. 1666 The Jews of Jerusalem
  219. 1668 The Jews of Jerusalem
  220. 1673 The Jews of Jerusalem
  221. 1674 The Jews of Jerusalem
  222. 1675 The Jews of Jerusalem
  223. 1679 The Jews of Jerusalem
  224. 1681 The Jews of Jerusalem
  225. 1684 The Jews of Jerusalem
  226. Jews in the Diaspora

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