OT 16 The Crumbling South

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  1. 16 The Crumbling South
    1. The period of civil strife
    Rehoboam, Abijah, Asa, and Jehoshaphat
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    2. The period of Baalism
    Jehoram, Ahaziah and Queen Athaliah
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    3.The Golden age of the South
    Joash, Amaziah, Uzziah, and Jotham
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    4.The period of decline
    Ahaz, Hezekiah, Manasseh, and Amon
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    5. The age of reform
    Josiah
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    6. The period of destruction
    Jehoahaz, Jehoiakim, Jehoiachin, and Zedekiah
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    Volcano on Rehoboam segment
    Egypt becomes political threat to the South during Rehoboam's reign
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    Peace flag on Jehoshaphat segment
    Civil war between North and South ends under Jehoshaphat's rule.
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    Wedding ring at base of peace flag
    Peace is brought about by marriage between Northern and Southern royalty
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    Smudge on wedding ring
    Marriage is instrumental in bringing Baalism to the South
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    Snake on Jehoram, Ahaziah and Athaliah segments
    Baalism characterises era in which these three monarch reign
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    Golden colour of Uzziah segment
    Period of wealth and prosperity reaches height under Uzziah's rule
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    Isaiah and Micah banners on Uzziah segment
    These prophets speak to historical circumstances from age of Uzziah through age of Hezekiah
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    Manuscript peg on Ahaz segment
    Ahaz forms alliance with Assyria to ward off threats from Syria and north Israel
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    Coins on Ahaz segment
    Alliance with Assyria ends in Judah becoming vassal of Assyria
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    Three volcanoes on Hezekiah segment
    Judah seeks freedom from Assyrian bondage and entertains hopes for military alliances with Egypt and Babylon
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    Volcano on Josiah segment
    Babylon replaces Assyria as major world power
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    Prophet banner on Josiah segment
    Jeremiah speaks to historical circumstances from era of Josiah through period of exile
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    "E" coin on Jehoiakim segment
    Judah becomes vassal of Egypt
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    "B" coin on Jehoiakim sement
    In battle of Carchemish, Babylon defeats Egypt, and Judah becomes a vassal of Babylon
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    Battered sword on Jehoiachin segment
    Jehoiachin surrenders to Babylon after a revolt led by his father. The king and important subjects are carried off in the first exile (597 B.C.)
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    Deep red colour on Zedekiah segment
    Final captivity takes place in 586 B.C. when Zedekiah revolts
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    Great hands crush the kingdom
    Southern Kingdom is destroyed by Babylonian hordes

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