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The Holy Land / Regional Superpower


From 1000 to 720 BCE

Between the biblical axis and the extra-biblical archaeological and written findings, dramatic events took place from the 10th century BC to 720 BC that influenced and shaped the political and religious discourse to this day: The Kingdom of Israel as a regional power.

About three thousand years ago, in the 10th century BC, the northern region of the Land of Israel was ruled by the Northern Kingdom of Israel, which stretched at its peak from the northern Galilee along the coastal plain and across the eastern Jordan, its southern border was a weapon of the Kingdom of Judah and its branches reached as far as the Sinai desert.

The Bible says that the kingdom of Israel arose after King David's kingdom was torn in two during the time of his grandson Rehoboam, the son of King Solomon.

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