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Re: example of epoch list
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Date: December 13, 2008 10:01PM

BOOK IV. The Special Part. Treating in particular of the most Celebrated Epocha's, mentioned in Sacred or Profane History: ranked according to Antiquity.
I. Of the Epocha of the World.
II. Of the Epocha of the Jews.
III. Of the Epocha of the Deluge.
IV. Of the Chaldzhan Epocha, and the Reigns of the Assyrian Monarchs.
V. Of the Epocha's of the Years of Abraham.
VI. Of the Epocha of the CCCCXXX Years that the Jews sojourned in Zhgypt; of which mention is made in Exodus 12. Verse 40.
VII. Of the Epocha of Inachus, the Founder of the Kingdom of Argos in the Peloponnesus; and his Successors.
VIII. Of the Epocha of Cecrops, the first Founder of the Kingdom of Athens, and his Successors. 222
IX. Of the Epocha of the Israelites Departure out of Zhgypt.
X. Of the two Epocha's of the Division of the Land of Canaan among the Tribes of Israel, and of their first beginning to cultivate the Ground.
XI. Of the Epocha of the Destruction of TROY.
XII. Of the Epocha of the Reign of David and his Successors in the Kingdoms both of Judah and Israel. 244
XIII. Of the Epocha of the Temple of SOLOMON.
XIV. Of the Epocha of the three hundred and ninety years of the Iniquity of the HOUSE of Israel, mentioned in Ezec. Chap. 4. v. 5. & seq.
XV. Of the End of the Reign of Sardanapalus, and the Epocha of the Median Empire.
XVI. Of the Olympiad Epocha.
XVII. Of the Epocha of the Building of ROME.
XVIII. Of the NABONASSAREAN EPOCHA.
XIX. Of the Epocha of the Conquest of Samaria by the Assyrians, and the Destruction of the Kingdom of Israel.
XX. Of the Epocha of NEBUCHADONOSOR, who in the Holy Scripture is called Nebuchadnezzar.
XXI. Of the Epocha and Interval of the 70 years of the Babylonian Captivity mentioned 2 Chron. 36. v. 20, 21. Jer. 25. 11. C. 29. v. 10, &c.
XXII. Of the Epocha of the Destruction of the Temple of Solomon.
XXIII. Of the Persian Epocha of Cyrus.
XXIV. Of the Babylonian Epocha of Cyrus, and the End of the first Monarchy.
XXV. Of the Epocha of the Regifugium, and the Establishment of the Roman Consular Dignity.
XXVI. Of the Epocha of the first War betwixt the Greeks and Persians, or the time of the Battle fought near Marathon.
XXVII. Of the Expedition or Descent of Xerxes into Greece, and the Epocha of the Battle of Salamis.
XXVIII. Of the Epocha of the Peloponnesian WAR.
XXIX. Of the Epocha and Interval of the Seventy Weeks of Daniel mentioned in the 9th Chapter, Verse 24.
XXX. Of the Epocha of the Grzhcian Empire in Asia, and the last Battle fought betwixt Alexander the Great and Darius Codomannus; as also the commencement of the Period of Calippus.
XXXI. Of the time of the Death of Alexander the Great, and the Epocha of the years of Philip. 351
XXXII. Of the Epocha of the Seleucidzh, which is also called the Grzhcian and Alexandrian Epochia; and of the Covenant and Therick DHILCARNAIN, mentioned in the Book of the Maccabees.
XXXIII. Of the Epocha and time of the Asmoneans, who were afterwards called Maccabees.
XXXIV. Of the Antiochian Epocha...
XXXV. Of the Julian Epocha.
XXXVI. Of the Epocha of the time of Herod, and the Reigns of the Foreign Kings over the Jews.
XXXVII. Of the Spanish Zhra, which is otherwise called the Zhra of CZhSAR, and the Zhra of Zhra's.
XXXVIII. Of the Epocha of the Battle of Actium used among the Zhgyptians.
XXXIX. Of the Epocha of the Augustus's.
XL. Of the True and Vulgar Epocha of CHRIST.
XLI. Of the Epocha of the Passion of Christ.
XLII. Of the Epocha of the last Destruction of the City of Jerusalem.
XLIII. Of the Epocha of Dioclesian, which is com-monly called by the Zhgyptians the Zhra OF MARTYRS, by Eusebius the ZhRA, or of Persecution, by the Zhthiopians the ZhRA OF GRACE, and by the Mahometans the ZhRA ELKUPTI.
XLIV. Of the Epocha of Constantine the Great, and the Transactions of his Reign.
XLV. Of the Epocha and the Encoenia of NEW ROME, or the City of Constantinople, and the Division of the Roman Empire into the Eastern and Western Empire.
XLVI. Of the Turkish Epocha, commonly called the Epocha of the Hegira.
XLVII. Of the Persian Epocha, commonly called TEZDEJERD.
XLVIII. Of the Jellalzhan or Gelalzhan Epocha, otherwise called the Royal Epocha, and the Epocha of the Sultans.


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