United Monarchy?. Kings David and Solomon. Traditional Chronology: Iron I (1200-1000 BC): The Period of the Conquest and the Judges; Iron IIA (1000-925 BC): The Period of the United Monarchy, that is, the time of David and Solomon;
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Kings David and Solomon
Iron I (1200-1000 BC): The Period of the Conquest and the Judges;
Iron IIA (1000-925 BC): The Period of the United Monarchy, that is, the time of David and Solomon;
Iron IIB (925-720 BC): The Divided Monarchy: Israel in the north with its capital at Samaria; Judah in the south with its capital at Jerusalem;
Iron IIC (720-586 BC): The Northern Kingdom of Israel is no more; the Southern Kingdom of Judah continues until the Babylonians destroy it in 586 BC.
The Iron IIA Period (1000-925 BC) – Conventional Chronology (see Textbook, p. 122)
A Reconstruction of the Jebusite Wall of Jerusalem before its capture by David.
Megiddo and Yadin’s interpretation of its buildings during the Iron IIA period:
Eilat Mazar’s Excavations in Jerusalem (in what was the City of David?).
- See Textbook, p. 129, for Mazar’s summary relative to Jerusalem of the time of Solomon.
- Conclusions (Textbook, pp. 138-39).