During the Creation era the Egyptians were discovering ink for writing and building the first libraries (Tyndale, 1997). From what I an able to read the Creation era began around 2500 B.C. and ended as the Patriarch era began in 2133 B.C The Patriarch era, which began around 2133 B.C., notes Abraham as a key figure. This second era comes form Genesis chapter’s 12 thru 50. Abraham was the human father of the Jews and Arabs, and the Spiritual father of all those who believed on the Messiah Abraham fathered two sons, Esau and Jacob.
The ancient cubit and our weights and measures . London: London Committee of the Palestine exploration fund, 1903. —. The temple or the tomb. Giving further evidence in favour of the authenticity of the present site of the Holy Sepulchre, and pointing out some of the principal misconceptions contained in Fergusson's 'Holy Sepulchre' and 'The temples of the Jews.
The expression "Common Era" can be found as early as 1708 in English, and traced back to Latin usage among European Christians to 1615, as vulgaris aerae, and to 1635 in English as Vulgar Era. At those times, the expressions were all used interchangeably with "Christian Era", and "vulgar" meant "not regal" rather than "crudely indecent". Use of the CE abbreviation was introduced by Jewish
5 VI. Cyrus’ Relationship with Israel 6 VII. The Conditions in Israel 7 VIII. The Guiding Mindset of Isaiah 8 IX. The Monotheistic Beliefs of the Jewish Nation 10 X.
There are many versions of the Christian Bible. While there are a number of versions to the Bible. There are 8 primary versions found in history: Septuagint - 250 A.D. Written in Greek Vulgate- 400 A.D. First version of the Bible which is canonized at the Council of Carthage in 400 A.D. Written in Latin Luther's German Bible- 1534 A.D. King James Version- 1611 A.D.
* M. Terentius Varro wrote the 150 books of “Menippean” satires from 116-127 BCE. * Quintus Horatius Flaccus was born in 65 BCE. * In 35 BCE, Horace’s Book One of Satires, or the Sermones, was published. * In 30 BCE, Horace’s Satires and his book of Epodes were published. * Books One, Two, and Three of Horace’s Odes were published in 23 BCE.
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