Culture and Civilization 1
Andrea Martínez
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Andrea Martínez
Creado: 02.04.2013 @ 9:02:55 am
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Hebrews

List the most relevant events in Hebrew history. (No explanations, or just brief ones)

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Vanesa Alejandra Navarro
Creado: 09.04.2013 @ 3:27:15 pm
Most relevant events in Hebrew history
  • The biginning of Hebrew history was around 200 B.C.E
  • Abraham of Ur was the patriarch who led the Hebrews to settle in Canaan.
  • A special bond or covenant was forged between God and Abraham.
  • Sometime later the Hebrews migrated into Egypt and they were reduced to slaves.
  • They were liberated by Moses; the new patriarch who led the Hebrews across the Red Sea.
  • The Hebrews settled in the Sinai Desert near the Dead Sea, where they forged the fundamentals of their faith: Monotheism
  • Moses received the Ten Commandments (a set of ethical and spiritual obligation)
  • The new Hebrew state consisted of twelve tribes (each descended from one of the sons of Jacob)
  • The state was forged under the rules of the Hebrew kings Saul, David and Salomon; it came under successive attacks by Mesopotamia´s aggressive empires.
  • The Hebrew Bible provided the religous and ethical foundations for Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
alejandra castillo
Creado: 09.04.2013 @ 2:28:29 pm
The most relevant events in hebrew history

·         The Hebrews history originated around 2000 B.C.E.

·          Abraham of Ur, the patriarch led the Hebrews westward across the Fertile Crescent to settle in Canaan.

·         A special covenant was forged between God and Abraham.

·         After 1700 B.C.E Hebrews migrated into Egypt, where they were reduced to the status of state slaves.

·         Moses   (1250 B.C.E) liberated the Hebrews   and led them across the Red Sea and settled in the Sinai desert near the Death Sea.

·         The Hebrews forged the fundamentals of their faith: monotheism.

·         Moses delivered the Ten Commandments.

·         Under the leadership of the patriarch Joshua, the Hebrew returns to Canaan.

·         The New Hebrew state was divided into twelve tribes, each descended from one of the son of sons of Jacob, whom God called Israel.

·         Under the influence of the Hebrew kings Saul, David and Salomon, Canaan became a powerful state.

·         The social order of the Hebrews was shaped by biblical precepts.

·         The king Salomon divided the Hebrews state into two administrative divisions: the northern portion, retaining the name Israel with is capital at Samaria and the southern portion called Judah with its capital at Jerusalem.

·         The Hebrews forgot their moral obligations. The prophets Amos, Hosea and Isaiah urged the Hebrews to reaffirm the covenant.

·         Judah fell to Chaldean armies. The king Nebuchadnezzar burned Jerusalem, raided the Temple, and took the inhabitants of the city into captivity.


Gimena Benavidez
Creado: 09.04.2013 @ 2:17:13 pm
Hebrews

* First patriarch Abraham of Ur. 
*Made a covenant with God. in return of his loyalty, God would protect him and his descendants.
*The Hebrews migrated into Egypt. They were reduced as slaves.
*Moses (Patriarch) sent the Hebrews free and led them across the Red Sea.
* As the promised land (Canaan) was occupied by tribes, the Hebrews settled in the Sinai desert for 40 years. 
* There, monotheism was forged; the belief in a single, all-powerful creator-god.
*Renewal of the covenant (Ten commandments)
 

María Mercedes Villafanes Roldán
Creado: 09.04.2013 @ 2:11:06 pm
Most Important events in Hebrew History
    • Abraham (Ur) forged a covenant with God (he promised the land of Canaan)
    • Egiptians took Hebrews as slaves- Moses saves them and takes them trough the Red Sea to the Sinai Desert.
    • They write the Ten Commandments as a rule of coexistence. During that time they forged the fundamentals of their faith:MONOTHEISM.
    • Solomon divided the Hebrew state into two administrative divisios: the Northern (Retaining the name of Israel) and the Southern portion called Judah.
    • 722 B.C.E the prophet Jeremiah urged the Hebrews to reaffirm the covenant.
    • This era produced one of the best-loved books of the Hebrew bible: The Psalms.
    • The Hebrew Bible played a major role in shaping the humanistic tradition in the West.It provied the religious and ethical foundations for Judaism.
Florencia Alejandra Cruz
Creado: 09.04.2013 @ 1:57:47 pm
The hebrews

The most important events in hebrew history are:

- Abraham led the Hebrewa to Canaan
- The Hebrews migrated to Egypt where they are reduced to slaves
- Moses liberated his people and they settled in the Sinai desert and they remained there for forty years.
- Moses delivered the Ten Commandments.
- The Hebrews returned to Canaan under the lidership of Joshua.
-  Salomon established the Hebrew into two administrative division: Israel, its capital at Samaria, and Judah, its capital at Jerusalem.
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Judah fell to Chaldean armies. 
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 Hebrew experienced almost 50 years of exile.

 
Rafael Salazar
Creado: 09.04.2013 @ 1:49:57 pm
Hebrews
  • The covenant was forged between God and Abraham of Ur in Canaan.
  • Some time after 1700 B.C.E. the Hebrews migrated into Egypt in order to prosper until they were reduced to the status of slaves.
  • Their liberation ocurred under the leadership of patriarch Moses (1250 BCE),who led the hebrews across the Red Sea to the Sinai desert ( EXODUS).
  • As the promised land of Canaan was occupied by local tribes, the hebrews settled in the sinai desert, where they forged the fundamentals of their faith (between 1300 and 1150 BCE), Monotheism, the belief in a single, all-powerful creator-God.
  • Hebrew law was divided into The Decalogue( Ten Commandments) and the legal practices.
  • God appointed Joshua to succeed Moses as leader of the hebrews. they returned to Canaan.
  • Under the rule of the hebrew kings, Saul (ca.1040-1000 BCE), David(ca. 1000-960 BCE), and Solomon(ca. 960-920 BCE) Canaan became a powerful state defended by armies.
  • Solomon divided the hebrew state into Samaria and Judah.
  • As the hebrews left behind their strict adherence to moral obligations as well as the covenant, the voices of reform grew loud under the influence of Prophets(religious zealots/spokespersons) by the eighth century B.C.E.
  • Amos, Hosea, Isaiah, and Jeremiah urged the hebrews to return to the laws of the Torah (instruction) and to reafirm the Covenant.
  • In 586 BCE Judah fell to Chaldean armies led by Nebuchadnezzar ( The Babylonian Captivity).
  • The hebrews experienced almost fifty years of exile (586-538 BCE).
  • Hebrews go through a period of despair and doubt in God, which is voiced in the book of Job (probably written in the years after the Babylonian Captivity). The book of Job confirms the pivotal role of faith that sustains the hebrew covenant.
  • In 538 BCE, the Jewish remnant returned to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple of Solomon. The post-exile age was marked by apocalyptic hopes an the renewal of the covenant. This era also produced the Book of Psalms, a collection of 150 songs of praise, thanksgiving, confession, and supplication.
Carolina Isabel López
Creado: 09.04.2013 @ 1:35:15 pm
THE MOST RELEVANT EVENTS IN HEBREW HISTORY
  • The Hebrews history originates around 2000 B.C.E
  • Their history begins with Abraham of Ur who settled them in Canaan
  • a special bond or covenant was forged between God and Abraham
  • They migrated into Egypt where they were reduced to the status of state slaves
  • Moses liberated them and led the Hebrews across the Red sea
  • In the Sinai Desert they forged the fundamentals of their faith: Monotheism
  • The Ten Commandments were delivered by Moses
  • God will punish those who fail to keep the commandments to the third generation
  • punishment was not levied according to social class
  • the law was meant to apply to all classes, with the exception of slaves
  • under the leadership of the patriarch Joshua, The Hebrews returned to Cannan
  • Under the rule of the Hebrew kings, Saul, David an Salomon, Canaan became a powerful state defended by armies equipped with iron war chariots
  • the social order of the Hebrews was shaped by biblical precepts
Vanina Figueredo
Creado: 09.04.2013 @ 12:35:18 pm
Most relevant events in Hebrew history
  1. The Hebrew civilization originated around 2000b.c.
  2. The Hebrew patriarch Abraham was chosen to forge a special bond or covenant with God.
  3. The hebrews migrated to Egyt to prosper, but after some time they were reduced to slaves.
  4. Moses another patriarch is chosen to freed the Hebrews.
  5. They escaped, crossed the Red Sea and settled in the mount Sinai.There they stayed for a period of forty years.
  6. During this time Hebrews forged the basic principles of their faith: monotheism.
  7. The ten commandments (the decalogue) were given to Moses by God.
  8. Under the leadership of the patriarch Joshua they returned to Canaan.
  9. The Hebrew state consisted of 12 tribes (descendents of  "ISRAEL" ).
  10. Most important kings: Saul, David and Solomon.
  11. Most imortant prophets: Amos, Hosea, Isaiah and Jeremiah.
  12. Nebuchadnezzar  burned Jerusalem, raided the temple and took the inhabitants of the city into captivity.
  13. After almost fifty years of exile they returned to Jerusalem. This was a period of hope and renewal of the covenant.
Noelia Maricel Copa
Creado: 09.04.2013 @ 12:22:20 pm
Hebrew history

 The main events that characterize Hebrew history are: 

  •  Their history originates around 2000 B.C.E.
  • Abraham (patriarch) leads their people to Canaan.
  • A special covenant is forged between God and Abraham while in Canaan.
  • Hebrews migrate into Egypt pursuing prosperity but they are just reduced to slaves.
  • Patriarch Moses set Hebrews free and leads them across the Red Sea to settle in Sinai desert (since the "promised land" of Canaan was occupied)
  • Hebrews forge the fundamentals of their faith: monotheism. Moses introduces the Ten Commandments to his people.
  • Hebrew literature: the Torah which contains the first five books of the Bible, the Book of Job, the Book of Psalms.
  • Hebrews return to Canaan under the leadership of patriarch Joshua.
  • Canaan becomes a powerful state under the rule of Hebrew kings: Saul, David and Solomon.
  • Solomon divides Hebrew state into two administrative divisions: Israel (capital: Samaria) and Judah (capital: Jerusalem).   
  • Prophets Amos, Hosea and Isaiah urged the Hebrews to return to the laws of the Torah because of their forgetfulness towards their moral obligations and violation of the covenant.
Gisela Cruz
Creado: 09.04.2013 @ 12:02:21 pm
HEBREW HISTORY
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT IT: ~ Abraham of Ur led the Hebrews across the Fertile Crescent to settle in Canaan. ~ Abraham and God forged a covenant in Canaan. God promised Abraham the everlasting possession of the land of Canaan and the eternal protection of his descendants. ~ The Hebrews enteres into Egypt where they were treated as slaves. ~ Moses led the Hebrews across the Red Sea in order to set them free from Egypt's slavery. ~ By the time the Hebrews arrived to Canaan 'the promised land', it was already occupied by strong military tribes. Therefore they settled in the Sinai desert near the Dead Sea. ~In Sinai, Moses renewed the covenant with God by the reception of the Ten Commandments.
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