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Bible Chronology

The Nabataean Empire existed during the period between 400 BC and 160 AD. The Nabataeans as a people existed long before this and were acknowledged as a distinct people as late as 700 AD, with comments being made about them in Islamic literature as late as 900 AD. In order to understand the Nabataean people, it is important to understand how they fit into the general history of the Middle East.

In light of this the Nabataea.net research team has prepared a number of papers that demonstrate how the Chronologies of the Bible interact with the Assyrian, Babylonian and Egyptian Chronologies. While these papers will be mostly of interest to Bible scholars, they do provide interesting and helpful background in understanding the wider picture of how the Nabataeans fit into the historical context of the Middle East. Most of these papers were originally published in the 1930's and are reprinted here for easy access by Bible students.

The Founding of the Nations Chart The Biblical Chronology leading up to Nabioth, the eldest son of Ishmael in chart form.
 Chronology of Solomon to Hezekiah Part I  The Biblical account compared to those of the surrounding nations.
Chronology of Solomon to Hezekiah Part II  The Biblical account compared to those of the surrounding nations.
Chronology of Isaiah  The Biblical account compared to those of the surrounding nations.
 Chronology of Jeremiah and the Lachish Letters  The Biblical account compared to those of the surrounding nations.
   

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