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SABBATICAL, JUBILEE, AND THE TEMPLE OF SOLOMON

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There is continuing interest in clarifying chronological methods and establishing accurate dates for Israel during the period of the monarchy. It is possible to infer a tentative seven-year sabbatical sequence for this period by extrapolating backward from well-established data of later periods. However, the signicance, phase, and even the existence of the more long range forty-nine year jubilee sequence has remained in doubt. It is suggested here that the sabbatical calendar together with considerations of the timing of temple construction and repair projects in Israel may provide evidence for the early awareness and use of the jubilee calendar.

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2003-07-01
2016-12-04

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