Write a graphical synthesis of biblical chronology and archaeology for the period of King David to the return from exile.

Write  a graphical synthesis of biblical chronology and archaeology for the period of King David to the return from exile.

Write a graphical synthesis of biblical chronology and archaeology for the period of King David to the return from exile. This timeline must show the connections between the biblical and archaeological data.

This timeline should cover the period from King David to the return from exile. It is both a way for you to assimilate and synthesize the data but also to work at creatively conveying how the Bible is rooted in history and that archaeological evidence corroborates the biblical data. The basis for this timeline is the material found in Kitchens book, On the Reliability of the Old Testament (pages 179). The material in the Zondervan Handbook of Biblical Archaeology provides complementary data and visuals. I want you to synthesize the data and show evidence from archaeology of the reliability of the biblical record. Where possible provide pictures of the various archaeological finds that attest to the evidencemake it interesting and compelling. I also want you to think creatively about mediums you can leverage in explaining and presenting a reasoned explanation for the truthfulness of Gods word.

You do not need to note every king of Israel/Judah. But, for example, you would indicate Hezekiahs reign and link this to Sennacherib and the cuneiform account of his campaign in Palestine.
You should footnote sources for the images you use and indicate the key data of that source. Typically infographics/timelines place their footnotes in fine print at the bottom. Whether you choose to do this or not, please create a separate footnote document to submit with your timeline.
The timeline should convey evidence from these categories: outside evidence of foreign kings mentioned in the Bible, outside evidence of Hebrew kings, evidence from within Israel/Judah of their kings or other historical events.
You need to present at least 30 timeline items (excluding basic markers like Israelite kings).
There are numerous ways you can create this timeline. Here are 2 online options: Easel.ly (Links to an external site.) and Canva (Links to an external site.).
Here is a sampling of some timelines to get you started:
Timeline Ideas (Links to an external site.) | pinterest.com

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