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When the Persians ruled the Fertile Crescent the Hebrews were permitted?

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To go back to their homeland and rebuild the Holy Temple.

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They allowed the Hebrews to rebuild their Temple in Jerusalem and to have general religious freedom and autonomy within the Persian Empire.


The Persians freed the Hebrews.



In its time, it didn't have a name, but today we call it Judaism.


No, but the Assyrians, Persians, and Babylonians all oppressed and/or conquered the Hebrews.(Note: there is a theory that the Phoenicians WEREthe ancient Hebrews).


The Hebrews had always been in the Fertile Crescent, which is a place with major trade routes, including part of the famous Silk Road. In addition, there is a sea coast for shipping. When the Hebrews settled in Israel (Canaan), they were in a place that bridged three continents (Asia, Africa, and the nearby Europe).


They lived in one region only: the Fertile Crescent, which streched from southern Babylonia to northern Egypt. Depending on the precise historical period, they lived in various parts of that one region.


Actually, the earliest Hebrews were black, but somehow, their names were changed to Jewish and was predominately white.Answer:The above answer is mistaken. DNA analysis has shown that the Jews are of Middle Eastern stock, from the Fertile Crescent. Quotes from our traditions and commentaries (such as Rashi on Genesis 12:11) show that the Israelites were not Black.


The Hebrews may have been the first monotheists in the Western world, but in Egypt there was the Aton cult of Pharaoh Akhenaton and Hinduism in some ways is monotheistic.


Many groups ruled over the Hebrews: Egyptians Persians Babylonians Romans Assyrian Greeks Muslims Catholics Russians Nazis


The neighbors of the Phoenecians wer the Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans and Hebrews..


The Egyptians, the Assyrians, the Persians, the Babylonians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Catholic Church, the Cossacks, and the Nazis.


Cyrus, king of Persia, issued an edict inviting the Jews to return to their land from the Babylonian Captivity.


Many more than 5 empires conquered the Hebrews. See the inexhaustive list below: Egyptians Babylonians Persians Assyrian-Greeks Romans Muslims Spain Nazis Bolsheviks


Just about everybody. Some conquerors include: the Assyrians, the Babylonians, the Egyptians, the Persians, the Hellenic Greeks, the Romans, etc.


The Hebrews have been conquered by the following civilizations, (but they always survived and regained freedom):EgyptiansBabyloniansPersiansAssyrian GreeksRomansthe Catholic ChurchThe OttomansThe RussiansThe BritishThe Nazis(Please add to this list if I've missed any)


canaan was a very fertile land whos fruit were marvelously big and juicy ocupied by large people that were up to 12 feet tall.


Abraham lived sometime after 2000-1800 BCE. He is called the father of the Hebrews. The Jews, however, not always synonymous with the Hebrews as the religion of Judaism actually came later. It evolved over the period of ca. 1200-500 BCE. When you date the end of the ancient Hebrews is harder to pinpoint, as they were successively conquered by Egyptians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, and Arabs. The Assyrians conquered them in 722 BCE, the Babylonians in 586 BCE, the Persians in 538 BCE, Alexander thet Great and the Greeks in 332 BCE, and the Romans in 63 BCE. The ancient Hebrews were always around though during these conquests, and are still here to this day.


The Hebrews' military was an army composed of Hebrews.


Hebrews have been slaves (or second class citizens at best) to the following: •The Ancient Egyptians •The Babylonians •The Persians •The Assyrian Greeks •The Romans •The Muslims •The Catholic Church •The Russians •The Nazis


The Persians, for a relatively brief time, had a vast kingdom which overlapped most of the areas in which Jews lived at the time. At first, they were cordial, as long as the Jews paid their taxes. Under Ahasuerus (Xšayārša; Xerxes), however, they were in peril when he granted wide power to the Jew-hating Haman. After the Jewish Queen Esther orchestrated Haman's destruction, the Jews rose to importance under the Persians, with the Jewish Mordecai serving as viceroy.


1) The route of Abraham from Ur to Harran and Canaan. 2) The route of Abraham to Egypt and back. 3) The route of Jacob to Harran and back. 4) The route of the Israelites from Egypt to Canaan. The first and third of the above, followed the curve of the Fertile crescent, skirting north of the Syrian Desert. Abraham's route to Egypt could have followed the coast or the Jordan valley. The route of the Israelites was a convoluted one.


Yes, there were Hebrews in the Book of Judges. The Book was also written by Hebrews.


They were afraid of the Hebrews and thought the Hebrews would form an army and attack them.


The Hebrews were enslaved by Egypt



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