Historical Chart - H ISTORY OF ISRAEL AND JUDAH 930 BCE...

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HISTORY OF ISRAEL AND JUDAH 930 BCE Death of Solomon. The kingdom soon divides in two parts (not from lecture) 735-732 BCE Syro-Ephraimite Crisis (Proto-Isaiah) King Rezim of Assyria (or Aram) Outcome: Assyrians come to aide of Ahaz and conquer Syria and take some of Israel’s land. Slowly they begin to conquer Israel. JUDAH: King Ahaz ISRAEL: King Pekah 722 BCE (during Isaiah’s lifetime) Assyrians invade and conquer ISRAEL There is never again another independent Northern kingdom. 705-701 BCE Assyrians invade and lay siege to Jerusalem. No conquer. Two separate accounts: Judah gives Assyrians treasures/bounty. Assyrians leave and both think they have victory. OR Assyria believes it has a victory. Assyrian writings claim that it had humbled Judah JUDAH: King Hezekiah 7 th Century BCE Period of Dueteronomic reforms: Josiah and the finding of the scroll, etc. 586 BCE
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