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1 The Time Between the Testaments Maps by David P. Barrett, used by permission

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4 Macedonian Phalanx

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7 Alexander & Bucephalus

8 Aristotle

9 King at age 20King at age 20 League of Greek nationsLeague of Greek nations Invasion of AsiaInvasion of Asia

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16 Victory at Issus Capture of family of Darius

17 Tyre  Alexander the Great of Macedonia, 332 B.C.

18 Phoenician Warship

19 Fall of Tyre on July B.C.Fall of Tyre on July B.C. Seven month siegeSeven month siege

20 Ezekiel 26:2-3 Son of man, because Tyre has said concerning Jerusalem, “Aha, the gateway of the peoples is broken; it has opened to me. I shall be filled, now that she is laid waste,” 3 therefore, thus says the Lord God, “Behold, I am against you, O Tyre, and I will bring up many nations against you, as the sea brings up its waves.”

21 Prophecy of Tyre Many nations will come against Tyre (26:3). Her walls and towers will be broken down (26:4). The debris of the city will be removed (26:4). Nebuchadnezzar will attack (26:7). Stones and timbers thrown into the water (26:12). Tyre will be a bare rock and a place for spreading of nets (26:14). The city will not be rebuilt (26:14).

22 Siege of GazaSiege of Gaza Alexander at JerusalemAlexander at Jerusalem And when the book of Daniel was showed him, wherein Daniel declared that one of the Greeks should destroy the empire of the Persians, he supposed that himself was the person intended; and he was then glad. (Antiquities 11:8:5).

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24 Mosaic in Pompeii

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29 Cultural interchange from east to westCultural interchange from east to west Scientific learningScientific learning HellenizationHellenization Greek languageGreek language Alexander’s deathAlexander’s death The World of Alexander

30 Ptolemy Antigonus the one-eyed Cassander Seleucus Lysimachus

31 Ptolemy Soter

32 Ptolemy II Philadelphus Pharos Lighthouse Pharos Lighthouse Library of Alexandria Library of Alexandria Septuagint Septuagint War with the Seleucids War with the Seleucids

33 Antiochus III “the Great”

34 Antiochus IV Epiphanes “Antiochus the Magnificent”

35 Hostage in Rome Escape Campaign against Egypt

36 Hostage in Rome Escape Campaign against Egypt First revolt in Judah

37 Antiochus imposed the following Regulations Jews could not assemble for prayerJews could not assemble for prayer Observance of the Sabbath was forbiddenObservance of the Sabbath was forbidden Possession of the Scriptures was illegalPossession of the Scriptures was illegal Circumcision was illegalCircumcision was illegal Dietary laws illegalDietary laws illegal Pagan sacrifices mandatedPagan sacrifices mandated

38 Ptolemy Antiochus IV Maccabean Revolt

39 Mattathias JohananJudasSimonEleazerJonathan

40 Antiochus IV Maccabean Revolt 166 B.C. Mattathias Temple liberated

41 Antiochus Epiphanes Comes on the heels of Alexander’s generalsComes on the heels of Alexander’s generals Magnifies itself against the Jews and against their GodMagnifies itself against the Jews and against their God He puts a stop to the sacrificial system and makes alterations to the LawHe puts a stop to the sacrificial system and makes alterations to the Law He attempts to overturn the truth of the ScripturesHe attempts to overturn the truth of the Scriptures He has power over the nation of IsraelHe has power over the nation of Israel

42 Antiochus Epiphanes His sway over the Temple endures for approximately 3 and a half years (2300 mornings and evenings).His sway over the Temple endures for approximately 3 and a half years (2300 mornings and evenings). Then the holy place is ultimately properly restoredThen the holy place is ultimately properly restored

43 Mattathias JohananJudasSimonEleazerJonathan Simon becomes new leaderSimon becomes new leader Judah recognized as a free state: 142 B.C.Judah recognized as a free state: 142 B.C. High PriestHigh Priest Murdered by his son-in-lawMurdered by his son-in-law

44 Mattathias JohananJudasSimonEleazerJonathan John Hyrcanus JudahMattathias John Hyrcanus becomes leader Samaria, Galilee & Idumea conquered Forced conversions of conquered peoples

45 Two New Jewish Parties Hasidim: “The Pious Ones”Hasidim: “The Pious Ones” –Pharisees Hellenists: Greek influenceHellenists: Greek influence –Sadducees

46 Mattathias JohananJudasSimonEleazerJonathan John Hyrcanus JudahMattathias Aristobulus Alexander Janneus Aristobulus: High Priest & King Imprisoned his mother & brothers

47 Mattathias JohananJudasSimonEleazerJonathan John Hyrcanus JudahMattathias Salome Alexandria Aristobulus Alexander Janneus Aristobulus IIHyrcanus II

48 Commissioned to clear the seas of piracyCommissioned to clear the seas of piracy Conquests in SyriaConquests in Syria Conquest of JerusalemConquest of Jerusalem Territorial arrangementsTerritorial arrangements Pompey the Great

49 Judea Decapolis Samaria

50 Roman Civil War

51 Antipater as Procurator Phasael Herod

52 Brutus Cassius Mark Antony Octavius

53 Parthians Petra

54 Marc Antony Octavius

55 Herod the Great B.C.

56 Zerubbabel’s Temple Seleucid Addition Hasmonean ExpansionHerod’s Temple

57 Antonia Fortress

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72 Breakwater Sunken stones

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75 Herod’s Domestic Troubles It is better to be Herod’s u`j Than to be Herod’s ui`oj

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