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The Old and New Testament connected, in the history of the Jews and neighbouring nations; from [747 BC] to the time of Christ.

Prideaux, Humphrey, Anglican Dean of Norwich, 1648-1724. (His main work, known as Prideaux's Connexion or Connection, 1716-18)

Published by London: printed for 1749., J. and R. Tonson [etc.], 1749
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Annals from the declension of the kingdoms of Israel & Judah to time of Christ. 2 parts in 4 v. [1922] p.: 17 maps & pl.; 21 cm. Part I, i. from beginning of the kingdoms of Assyria and Babylon to death of Xerxes, 747-465 BC (Julian 3967-4249) - book 1. from Jotham and Ahaz to destruction of Jerusalem under Nebuchadnezzar; 2. from the Babylonian exile to death of Darius; 3. from end of captivity and return of the Jews under Cyrus of Persia to dedication of the Second Temple; 4. from enforcement of Samaritan tribute to death of Xerxes -- Part I, ii. from Queen Esther to completion of Hebrew Bible by Ezra, 464-292 BC (Julian 4250-4422) - book 5. from succession of Artaxerxes (Ahasuerus) and hanging of Haman to revolt of Megabyzus; 6. from rebuilding walls of Jerusalem by Nehemiah to end of first seven weeks of Daniel; 7. from temple on Mount Gerizim to Alexander's conquest of Tyre and Egypt; 8. from subduing Medes to death of Simon the Just -- Part II, i. the Ptolemaic era and the Maccabaean revolt, 291-108 BC (Julian 4423-4606) - book 1. Ptolemy Soter, the Tannaim; 2. Antiochus Soter to Seleucus Philopator; 3. Antiochus Epiphanes and persecution of Jews; 4. rise of Judas to murder of Simon Maccabaeus; 5. reign of John Hyrcanus -- Part II, ii. from the Herodian era to the Roman occupation and crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ, 107 BC-33 AD (Julian 4607-4746) - book 6. Aristobulus and Alexandra; 7. rise of Julius Caesar, from Hyrcanus to rise of Herod; 8. from defeat of Antony and Cleopatra to rebuilding of Samaria (Sebaste); 9. Caesar Augustus to Tiberius: building of Herodian Temple to installation of Caiphas and Pontius Pilate and beginning of the Christian dispensation. -- Chronological tables 1.427-35, 2.427-39; index 2.441-61. Good edgeworn tan calf, 1 cover detached. Lacks spine labels. Bookseller Inventory # 034678

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Title: The Old and New Testament connected, in the ...

Publisher: London: printed for 1749., J. and R. Tonson [etc.]

Publication Date: 1749

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: P. Fourdrinier

Edition: 11th edition.

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