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==New Testament Era (1-30)==
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''Since the deaths of many of the biblical personalities can not be traced, for the purposes of the New Testament era, we will list the chronological appearance of these same personalities, as they are documented in the Scripture.''
 
''Since the deaths of many of the biblical personalities can not be traced, for the purposes of the New Testament era, we will list the chronological appearance of these same personalities, as they are documented in the Scripture.''
  
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===Apostolic Era (30-100)===
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==Apostolic Era (30-90)==
 
''The Apostolic period can begin with the death of [[Christ]], or from the Day of Pentecost, and ends with the [[Apostle John]] and covers about seventy years.''
 
''The Apostolic period can begin with the death of [[Christ]], or from the Day of Pentecost, and ends with the [[Apostle John]] and covers about seventy years.''
  
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*89 [[Polycarpus I of Byzantium|Polucarpus I]], bishop of Byzantium (Constantinople).
 
*89 [[Polycarpus I of Byzantium|Polucarpus I]], bishop of Byzantium (Constantinople).
  
==== 90-96 (2nd) Persection of Christians under Emperor Domitian ====
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== 90-96 (2nd) Persection of Christians under Emperor Domitian ==
 
*90 Onesimus, <ref>The slave who ran away from his master Philemon and was converted by St. Paul in Rome and was the occasion of the Apostle's letter to Philemon.</ref> [[February 16]]; Birillus, bishop of Catania (Sicily), <ref>By tradition he was consecrated first Bishop of Catania in Sicily by the Apostle Peter, with whom he had travelled from Antioch. He reposed in extreme old age.</ref> [[March 21]]; Romulus and companions, <ref>By tradition ordained by the Apostle Peter as first pastor of Fiesole, he was martyred with several companions under Domitian</ref> [[July 6]]; Nicomedes, <ref>By tradition he was a priest martyred in Rome, perhaps under Domitian.</ref> [[September 15]]; Rufus of Rome, <ref>The disciple that St. Paul greets in Romans 16:13.</ref> [[November 21]].
 
*90 Onesimus, <ref>The slave who ran away from his master Philemon and was converted by St. Paul in Rome and was the occasion of the Apostle's letter to Philemon.</ref> [[February 16]]; Birillus, bishop of Catania (Sicily), <ref>By tradition he was consecrated first Bishop of Catania in Sicily by the Apostle Peter, with whom he had travelled from Antioch. He reposed in extreme old age.</ref> [[March 21]]; Romulus and companions, <ref>By tradition ordained by the Apostle Peter as first pastor of Fiesole, he was martyred with several companions under Domitian</ref> [[July 6]]; Nicomedes, <ref>By tradition he was a priest martyred in Rome, perhaps under Domitian.</ref> [[September 15]]; Rufus of Rome, <ref>The disciple that St. Paul greets in Romans 16:13.</ref> [[November 21]].
 
*92 Mark of Galilee, <ref>By tradition, a Galilean and the first bishop, and also martyr, of the Abruzzi in Italy.</ref> 1st bishop of Abruzzi (Italy), [[April 28]].
 
*92 Mark of Galilee, <ref>By tradition, a Galilean and the first bishop, and also martyr, of the Abruzzi in Italy.</ref> 1st bishop of Abruzzi (Italy), [[April 28]].
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;100 '''Death <ref>Account of the miracle that occured at his grave: When over 100 years old, St. John took seven disciples outside of Ephesus and had them dig a grave in the shape of a cross. St. John then went into the grave, and the disciples buried him there, alive. Later on, when his grave was opened, St. John’s body was not there. ‘On May 8 of each year, dust rises up from his grave, by which the sick are healed of various diseases.’</ref> of [[Apostle John|St. John the Theologian]] in Ephesus.'''
 
;100 '''Death <ref>Account of the miracle that occured at his grave: When over 100 years old, St. John took seven disciples outside of Ephesus and had them dig a grave in the shape of a cross. St. John then went into the grave, and the disciples buried him there, alive. Later on, when his grave was opened, St. John’s body was not there. ‘On May 8 of each year, dust rises up from his grave, by which the sick are healed of various diseases.’</ref> of [[Apostle John|St. John the Theologian]] in Ephesus.'''
  
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== First Century unknown dates ==
 
* [[Apostle Titus]], Bp. of Crete (ordained by [[Apostle Paul|Paul]]), died peacefully 97 y.o., [[August 25]].
 
* [[Apostle Titus]], Bp. of Crete (ordained by [[Apostle Paul|Paul]]), died peacefully 97 y.o., [[August 25]].
 
* [[Apostle Zenas]], Bp. of Diospolis (or Lydda) in Palestine, [[September 27]]. <ref>The Holy Apostle Zenas of the Seventy, a disciple and co-worker with the first-ranked Apostle Paul, was called a lawyer, since he was a learned man and led juridical matters in church courts. He is mentioned in the Epistle of the holy Apostle Paul to Titus (Titus 3:13): "Help Zenas the lawyer and Apollos on their way; see that they lack nothing." Afterwards, St Zenas became bishop of the city of Diospolis (or Lydda) in Palestine.</ref>
 
* [[Apostle Zenas]], Bp. of Diospolis (or Lydda) in Palestine, [[September 27]]. <ref>The Holy Apostle Zenas of the Seventy, a disciple and co-worker with the first-ranked Apostle Paul, was called a lawyer, since he was a learned man and led juridical matters in church courts. He is mentioned in the Epistle of the holy Apostle Paul to Titus (Titus 3:13): "Help Zenas the lawyer and Apollos on their way; see that they lack nothing." Afterwards, St Zenas became bishop of the city of Diospolis (or Lydda) in Palestine.</ref>

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New Testament Era (1-30)

Since the deaths of many of the biblical personalities can not be traced, for the purposes of the New Testament era, we will list the chronological appearance of these same personalities, as they are documented in the Scripture.

30 Death and Resurrection of Lord Jesus Christ the Son of God. [5]


Apostolic Era (30-90)

The Apostolic period can begin with the death of Christ, or from the Day of Pentecost, and ends with the Apostle John and covers about seventy years.

90-96 (2nd) Persection of Christians under Emperor Domitian

100 Death [28] of St. John the Theologian in Ephesus.

First Century unknown dates


Close of the Apostolic Age



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