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Outlines Of Jewish History -Rev. Francis E. Gigot D.D.

Section I. Its Beginning and Prosperous Period.

 

 

 

I.

ITS BEGINNING:

              1. How Solomon was Prepared and Called to succeed David.

 

              2. His Accession and First Acts.

 

 

 

II.

COMMERCIAL RELATIONS:

              By Land with:

              Egypt.

 

                            Arabia.

 

                            Tyre.

 

             

 

              By Sea:

              How brought about.

 

                            With what countries. (Ophir.)

 

 

 

III.

INTERNAL PROSPERITY:

              1. Intellectual Life of Solomon and his Times.

 

              2. Military and Political Organisation of his Empire.

 

              3. Extension and Peaceful Condition of his States.

 

 

 

IV.

PUBLIC WORKS:

              In Jerusalem:

              A. The temple (building; description; dedication).

 

                            B. His own palace; wall of city.

 

              In the Provinces: citites built by him.

 








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