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Chronology of the New Testament

A.D.

Christian History

Jewish History

Contemporary Events

Christian History

Birth of Jesus Christ.

Jewish History

Death of Herod the Great. Archelaus obtains Judea, Samaria, and Idumea; Herod Antipas, Galilee; Herod Philip, Iturea, Trachonitis, etc.

Christian History

Jewish History

Banishment of Archelaus.

Christian History

Jewish History

Coponius prefect of Judea; Ananus high priest.

Christian History

Jesus at Jerusalem in the temple.

Jewish History

Cyrenius completes “the taxing.”

Christian History

Jewish History

Marcus Ambivius, prefect.

Christian History

Jewish History

Annius Rufus, prefect.

Christian History

Jewish History

Contemporary Events

Death of Augustus.

Christian History

Jewish History

Valerius Gratus, prefect.

Christian History

Jewish History

Caiaphas, high priest.

Christian History

Beginning of the ministry of the Baptist.

Jewish History

Pontius Pilate, prefect.

Christian History

The Crucifixion.

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33

Christian History

Jewish History

Death of Herod Philip.

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35

Christian History

Conversion of Paul.

Jewish History

Pontius Pilate exiled.

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37

Christian History

Jewish History

Jonathan, high priest. Herod Agrippa obtains the tetrarchy of Herod Philip.

Marcellus, prefect.

Contemporary Events

Death of Tiberius.

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38

Christian History

Jewish History

Josephus born.

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39

Christian History

The churches have rest.

Jewish History

Antipas deposed. Agrippa made tetrarch of Galilee.

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41

Christian History

Jewish History

Agrippa receives Judea.

Contemporary Events

Death of Caligula.

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44

Christian History

Death of James the brother of John.

Jewish History

Death of Herod Agrippa Ⅰ.

Cuspius Fadus, procurator.

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45

Christian History

Paul’s first missionary tour.

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46

Christian History

Jewish History

Tiberius Alexander, procurator.

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48

Christian History

Jewish History

Ventidius Cumanus, procurator.

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49

Christian History

Council of Jerusalem.

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50

Christian History

1 and 2 Thessalonians written.

Jewish History

Contemporary Events

Jews banished from Rome by Claudius.

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51

Christian History

Jewish History

Claudius [or Antonius (?)] Felix, procurator.

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54

Christian History

Jewish History

Contemporary Events

Death of Claudius.

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55

Christian History

1 and 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Romans.

A.D.

57

Christian History

Paul a prisoner at Caesarea.

A.D.

58

Christian History

Paul sent to Rome.

Jewish History

Porcius Festus, procurator.

A.D.

59

Christian History

Paul leaves Melita for Rome.

Jewish History

Joseph, son of Simon, high priest.

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60

Christian History

Philippians, Colossians, Ephesians, Philemon.

Jewish History

Albinus, procurator.

A.D.

61

Christian History

Close of the history of the Acts of the Apostles.

A.D.

62

Christian History

Jewish History

Gessius Florus, procurator.

Completion of the temple.

Contemporary Events

Burning of Rome. Persecution under Nero.

A.D.

64

Christian History

Titus, 1 and 2 Timothy.

Jewish History

Jewish war commences.

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65

Christian History

Martyrdom of Peter and Paul.

Jewish History

Capture of Jotapata by Vespasian.

A.D.

68

Christian History

Jewish History

Contemporary Events

Death of Nero. Galba proclaimed.

A.D.

69

Christian History

Jewish History

Contemporary Events

Otho, Vitellius, Vespasian, emperors.

A.D.

70

Christian History

Christians retire to Pella.

Jewish History

Siege and capture of Jerusalem.

A.D.

79

Christian History

Jewish History

Contemporary Events

Death of Vespasian.

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81

Christian History

Jewish History

Contemporary Events

Death of Titus.

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95

Christian History

Persecution of Christians by Domitian.

A.D.

96

Christian History

Jewish History

Contemporary Events

Death of Domitian.