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    APPENDIX

    CHRONOLOGY OF THE JUDGES, ACCORDING TO ARCHBISHOP USHER

    A. M.
    Death of Joshua. 2570
    The time of the elders who survived Joshua, and seven years of anarchy and rest, after which the Israelites fell under the domination of Cushan-rishathaim, king of Mesopotamia. 2591
    Othniel delivered Israel. 2599
    The land enjoys rest about sixty-two years. 2662
    Second servitude, eighteen years.
    Ehud delivers Israel. 2679
    Shumgar.-The land enjoys rest to the eightieth year from the termination of the first deliverance.
    The third servitude, twenty years, from 2699
    Deborah and Barak deliver Israel. 2719
    From the deliverance procured by Ehud, to the end of the government of Deborah and Barak, forty years.
    Ninus, forming a league with Arius, king of the Arabs, conquered the whole of Asia, and governed it for seventeen years. He reigned in all fifty-two years. 2737
    The fourth servitude, seven years, from 2762
    Gideon delivers Israel. 2759
    From the rest procured by Deborah and Barak to the deliverance by Gideon, forty years. Abimelech kills seventy of his brethren. 2768
    Abimelech is proclaimed king. 2769
    He reigns three years. 2771
    Tola governs twenty-three years, from 2772
    The commencement of the kingdom of the Lydians. 2781
    Jair succeeds Tola twenty-two years, from 2789
    The fifth servitude eighteen years, from 2795
    God delivers the Israelites who dwelt beyond Jordan. 2799
    Death of Jair, chap. 10:5. 2816
    Jephthah defeats the Ammonites. 2817
    Death of Jephthah. Ibzan governs seven years. 2820
    Elon succeeds him, and governs ten years. 2823
    Abdon judges Israel eight years, from 2840
    Eli judges Israel, after Abdon, forty years. 2848
    The sixth servitude, under the Philistines, which lasted forty years, chap. 13:1. It began seven years after the commencement of the government of Eli.
    The birth of Samson, chap. 13:24. 2849
    The death of Eli, and the beginning of the government of Samuel, who delivers Israel from the oppression of the Philistines, 1 Samuel 7:14. 2888
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