Egyptian dating and marriage customs
First Revolt (66-73 AD) Emperors Vespasian and Titus. Some have been eliminated and the identity of the rest as a people have been lost.
The second temple was completely destroyed after the first revolt (70 AD) by general Titus. Standing on a mountain near the southern Dead Sea, God promised Abraham this land as his possession.
As the promise lingered and Abraham remained childless, he had a son, Ishmael, by the maid of his wife Sarah. Over 600,000 emigrated to Israel, some leaving communities that were 2500 years old.
Ishmael became the father of the Arab nations east of Israel. Jacob tricked Esau into giving up the birthright and he became the heir of the promise. When they finally recognized their brother and went back to their father, Israel migrated to Egypt with about 70 members of the tribe as honored guests because Joseph was the governor of Egypt. It was destroyed by Babylon in 586 BC (587 BCE) on Tisha b'Av (9th of Av) by Nebuchadnezzar II (2 Kings 25). Thousands immigrate from Yemen with Operation Magic Carpet. The creation of the state of Israel immediately provoked a war and a Palestinian exodus.
The second temple was destroyed by the Romans on 10 August 70 AD (9th of Av) three weeks after the walls of Jerusalem were breached by Titus on Tammuz 17. The Holy Roman empire orders crusades to liberate Jerusalem. Since Israel has no incentives to help them and cannot be expected to be anything but suspicious of them, they are in dire straits.The Arab states convince the Palestinians to leave temporarily so that they can annhilate the Jews. truce agreement in July, Jerusalem is divided between Israel in West Jerusalem, and Jordan in the Eastern part of the city including the Temple Mount and the Western Wall. In a preemptive strike, Israel captured Sinai, West Bank, Golan Heights and East Jerusalem after the six day war in 1967 and controls Jerusalem and the Temple mount. He signs a peace treaty a year later at Camp David and is assassinated in 1981. We will inherit houses that we did not build because God builds the homes for us. Ashur Uballit I gains Assyrian independence from Mittani and the kingdom grows to be a great power at the rule of Tiglath-Pileser III until it ended with the fall of Nineveh to the Babylonians in 612 BC.Their descendants still live in ghettos in these countries without any rights or opportunities. Ptolemies and Seleucids fight over Jerusalem for 125 years after the death of Alexander in 323 BCE. These kings captured the northern tribes of Israel. The tribes exiled by Assyria are known as the ten lost tribes. 37,000 were expelled frm Sicily in 1493, then from Portugal and Italy. Ottoman Empire takes Jerusalem back and has to maintain Egyptian reforms. So, ironically, hatred of the Jews returned them to their ancestral homeland of Israel after 2000 years of foreign occupation. They emigrated from Spain and Portugal when 200,000 were expelled during the Spanish Inquisition after the Alahambra decree in 1492.
The ten northern tribes were conquered by Assyria and assimilated. That victory never came because God wanted them back in the land. Before the Hebrews possessed the land around 1500 BC, it was occupied by seven nations who were driven out.