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'''Creation of the World.''' <br>
 
'''Creation of the World.''' <br>
Righteous [[David]], King of Isreal '02 <br>
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Righteous [[David]], King of Isreal '02 ([[Sunday of the Forefathers]])<br>
 
Obdios (Obdias, Obadiah, Abdiu) contemporary of the Prophet Elias. Born 800BC. Celebrated [[November 19]]. <br>
 
Obdios (Obdias, Obadiah, Abdiu) contemporary of the Prophet Elias. Born 800BC. Celebrated [[November 19]]. <br>
 
Joel. Dating is difficult - anywhere between 835BC to 699BC. Celebrated [[October 19]] <br>
 
Joel. Dating is difficult - anywhere between 835BC to 699BC. Celebrated [[October 19]] <br>
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Jeremias <br>
 
Jeremias <br>
 
Abbakoum <br>
 
Abbakoum <br>
[[Daniel]] <br>
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the Holy Prophet [[Prophet Daniel|Daniel]] <br>
 
Ezekiel grew up in Jerusalem during the reign of Josias. He was from a priestly tribe and was deported to Babylon.
 
Ezekiel grew up in Jerusalem during the reign of Josias. He was from a priestly tribe and was deported to Babylon.
 
Haggai grew up in Babylon in captivity during the reign of Darius Hystaspes (522-485 BC). <br>
 
Haggai grew up in Babylon in captivity during the reign of Darius Hystaspes (522-485 BC). <br>
 
Zacharias grew up in Galaad. He was of the tribe of Levi. <br>
 
Zacharias grew up in Galaad. He was of the tribe of Levi. <br>
 
Malachias was born in Sopha after the return of the captives from Babylon (538 BC) and grew up during the reign of Artaxerxes Longimanus, between 433-425 BC. Celebrated [[January 31]]. <br>
 
Malachias was born in Sopha after the return of the captives from Babylon (538 BC) and grew up during the reign of Artaxerxes Longimanus, between 433-425 BC. Celebrated [[January 31]]. <br>
* [[Elijah]] * [[Habakkuk]] * [[Isaiah]] * [[Job the Long-suffering]] * [[Jonah]] * [[Micah]] * [[Moses]] ([[September 4]]) * [[Prophet Daniel]] * [[Samuel]] <br>
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[[Elijah]] ([[July 20]]) * Holy Prophet [[Habakkuk]], Twelve Minor Prophets ([[December 2]])  * [[Isaiah]] * [[Job the Long-suffering]] * [[Jonah]] * [[Micah]] * [[Moses]] ([[September 4]]) * [[Samuel]] <br>
 
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Chronological Catalogue of Orthodox Saints
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The Prophets (pre-Christ) Following is a proposed chronology (with no certainty) of the Prophets as they appeared in history not as they are listed in the Septuagint:

5509 BC ca.
1,000 ca.
800 BC (born).
835 BC to 699 BC.
793-753 BC.










522-485 BC

331 BC ca.

Creation of the World.
Righteous David, King of Isreal '02 (Sunday of the Forefathers)
Obdios (Obdias, Obadiah, Abdiu) contemporary of the Prophet Elias. Born 800BC. Celebrated November 19.
Joel. Dating is difficult - anywhere between 835BC to 699BC. Celebrated October 19
Jonas. Flourished between 793-753 BC.
Amos of Tekoa.
Hosea.
Esaias
Michaeas
Naum
Sophonias
Jeremias
Abbakoum
the Holy Prophet Daniel
Ezekiel grew up in Jerusalem during the reign of Josias. He was from a priestly tribe and was deported to Babylon. Haggai grew up in Babylon in captivity during the reign of Darius Hystaspes (522-485 BC).
Zacharias grew up in Galaad. He was of the tribe of Levi.
Malachias was born in Sopha after the return of the captives from Babylon (538 BC) and grew up during the reign of Artaxerxes Longimanus, between 433-425 BC. Celebrated January 31.
Elijah (July 20) * Holy Prophet Habakkuk, Twelve Minor Prophets (December 2) * Isaiah * Job the Long-suffering * Jonah * Micah * Moses (September 4) * Samuel

First Century (0-100)
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11-20 |
21-30 |
31-40 |
41-50 |
51-60 |
61-70 |
71-80 |
81-90 |
91-00 |
Second Century (101-200)
01-10: | a * b * c * d
11-20 |
21-30 |
31-40 |
41-50 |
51-60 |
61-70 |
71-80 |
81-90 |
91-00 |
Third Century (201-300)
01-10: | a * b * c * d
11-20 |
21-30 |
31-40 |
41-50 |
51-60 |
61-70 |
71-80 |
81-90 |
91-00 |
Fourth Century (301-400)
Fifth Century (401-500)
Sixth Century (501-600)
Seventh Century (601-700)
01-10: | a * b * c * d
11-20 |
21-30 |
31-40 |
41-50 |
51-60 |
61-70 |
71-80 |
81-90 |
91-00 |
Eighth Century (701-800)
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11-20 |
21-30 |
31-40 |
41-50 |
51-60 |
61-70 |
71-80 |
81-90 |
91-00 |
Ninth Century
01-10: | a * b * c * d
11-20 |
21-30 |
31-40 |
41-50 |
51-60 |
61-70 |
71-80 |
81-90 |
91-00 |
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