Dragan Milin

Jerusalem in the Old Testament

pages: 146-155

Abstract

The author concisely sets forth the history of Jerusalem throughout fifteen centuries, dealing only with the most important events, starting with David's conquest oif the ancient Jehus and the fixation of the new capital in it. Supported by the contemporary scientific archeological research work, the author traces the turbulent history of Jerusalem after the split of the Kingdom, mentioning its three devastations (under Nabuchadnezzar, Titus and Julius Severus). Having followed the history of the Holy Gity up to the modern times the author indicates the most significant events of its history: the earthly life and work up to the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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