Who were the prophets in the 10th and the 9th century BCE?
Asked in Old Testament
What time in history did the story of Samson take place?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
How many years difference between ninth century BC To ninth century AD?
Asked in Ancient Greece, Ancient Greek Art
What were the periods in ancient Greek civilization?
What is the oldest language among Persian Hebrew Greek Chinese or Arabic?
Here are those languages ranked in order from Oldest to Youngest, as far as modern linguistics can determine from inscriptions: Chinese ( 13th century BCE) Hebrew (11th century BCE) Arabic ( 9th-7th Century BCE) Persian ( 4th-5th century BCE) Greek ( 3rd century BCE) These numbers are based on old inscriptions. The actual ages of all of these languages pre-date writing, and are unknown.
Asked in History
When is the 9th century?
There were two: The 9th century BCE (commonly thought of as BC) was 900-801 BCE. The 9th century CE (commonly thought of as AD) was 801-900 AD. Now, many will tell you that the century begins with the zero year (100, 1000, etc.). Not so. Consider that when you count to ten, you start with one, not zero (as in 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10); the same is true with calendars.
Asked in Judaism
How many periods were in Judaism?
The term "period" is nebulous and makes this question unanswerable. Judaism has existed for a minimum of 2550 years and maximum of 3800 years, depending on your belief of the Historical and/or Biblical Evidence. Answer: See the attached Related Link for a timeline. As Judaism defines the various historical periods, the answer is: (all dates are according to traditional chronology and some are approximate) The Forefathers (1812-1505 BCE) The Egyptian exile (1522-1312 BCE) Moses and Joshua (1313-1244 BCE) The Judges (1244-890 BCE) The Kings and the First Temple (9th-5th centuries BCE) The Babylonian Exile (422-352 BCE, according to tradition) The Second Temple and Zugot (pairs of Sages) - 4th century BCE until 1st century CE the Sages of the Mishna (1st-3rd centuries) the Sages of the Talmud (3rd-5th centuries) the Savora'im (Sages) - 6th century the Gaonim (Sages) - 7th to 10th century the Rishonim (Medieval Rabbis) 10th to mid-16th century the Acharonim (recent Rabbis).
Asked in Ancient History
What is the center of the Chaldean empire?
The Chaldean Empire, or more correctly the Chaldean Dynasty, was centered in Babylon. The Chaldean Dynasty refers to the 11th dynasty of the Kings of Babylon, who ruled in the 6th century BCE from 626 BCE to 539 BCE. The Chaldeans were a small Semitic nation located in southeastern Mesopotamia, near the right bank of the Euphrates that emerged in the late 10th and early 9th centuries BCE. There were only six kings of the Chaldean Dynasty, and only the first four were Chaldeans themselves.