Their exact age is not known, but "Zacharias said unto the angel, Whereby shall I know this? for I am an old man, and my wife well stricken in years." (Luke 1:18)
According to the traditions which i know the prophet zecariah was of 90 when john the baptist(yahya) was born...
On the eighth day after John the Baptist was born and he was to be circumcised, they people there said they should name the baby after his father Zechariah but his mother, Elizabeth said that he is to be named John. The people were confused because nobody in their family had the name of John so they asked the father. The father couldn't speak because when he went to the temple to offer some incense, the angel Gabriel appeared to him and told him to name his son John. Zechariah didn't believe him so he became speechless until John was born. So Zechariah asked for a writing tablet and wrote out: His name is John. (Luke 1:57-66)
Both the parents of John the babtist were old , that is Zechariah , the father and Elizabeth his mother. And Zechariah doubted the words of the angel, so he became dum.
She was born in Judea of Palestine (Israel).
The Bible is silent in regards to your question. However, Elizabeth and Zachariah were well along in years when the angel Gabriel appeared to Zechariah in the Holy of the temple and announced that Elizabeth would give birth to a son who was to be called John. (Luke 1:5-7, 11-13, 24)
Six months before Jesus was born.
The Blessed Virgin Mary is the Mother of Our Lord Jesus, not St. Elizabeth. St. Elizabeth is the mother of St. John the Baptist. Mary was probably born in Jerusalem, as her father was a priest in the temple.
A:The story of the birth of John the Baptist to the elderly Zacharius and Elizabeth is found only in Luke's Gospel, which does not mention the birthplace of Elizabeth. The majority of New Testament scholars dismiss the story of the birth of John the Baptist as unhistorical, with Uta Ranke-Heinemann (Putting Away Childish Things) saying that both Zacharius and Elizabeth were literary creations by the author of Luke's Gospel. So, on the scholarly view, we can never say where Elizabeth was born.
A:The story of the birth of John the Baptist to the elderly Zacharias and Elizabeth is found only in Luke's Gospel, which does not mention the birth of Elizabeth. The majority of New Testament scholars dismiss the story of the birth of John the Baptist as unhistorical, with Uta Ranke-Heinemann (Putting Away Childish Things) saying that both Zacharias and Elizabeth were literary creations by the author of Luke's Gospel. So, on the scholarly view, we can never say when Elizabeth was born.
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sadly it is unknown exactly when st elizabeth was born. I think it was somewhere in the 1st Century
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If you are referring to Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist, we do not know her date of birth. However, it was sometime in the middle of the first century BC.
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