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Appendix A

Julius Caesar 100 – 44B.C.

Octavian & Mark Anthony rule 44 B.C.

Octavian defeats Anthony in battle of Actium 31 B.C.

Octavian becomes Caesar Augustus 27 B.C. to 14 A.D.

Herod the Great 40 B.C. to 4 B.C.

Jesus born 6 B.C.

Archelaus rules 4 B.C. to 6 A.D.

Sabinus 4 B.C.

Archelaus rules until 6 A.D. when he is arrested.

37th anniversary of the battle of Actium 6 A.D.

Archelaus exiled to Rome for theft of Roman treasury 6 A.D.

Cyrenius’ audit 6 A.D.

Jesus at the Temple at age twelve 6 A.D.

Herod Antipas, Herod Antipater and Philip rule 6 A.D.

Octavian dies 14 A.D. and Tiberius becomes emperor/Jesus is 18 years old

Tiberius ruled from 14 A.D. to 37 A.D.

Josephus 37 A.D. to circa; 100 A.D.

Fifteenth year of Tiberius’ rule 29 A.D.

Valerius Gratus is procurator 18 A.D.

Simon is High Priest, then Eleazor

City of Tiberius built in 25 A.D.

Pontius Pilate to Palestine 29 A.D.

Joseph Caiaphas High Priest 29 A.D.

Sea of Galilee/ Gennesareth is renamed: The Sea of Tiberius

Salome, sister of Herod the Great dies 29 A.D.

Jesus and the Disciples, all Galileans, appear in 29 A.D.

and in this year, the ensign enters Jerusalem.

City of Tiberius is finished and occupied.

Philip Herod dies 34 A.D.

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