The 8th century BC consists of the years 800-799 BC.
- 738 BC - King Tiglath-Pileser III of Assyria invades Israel, forcing it to pay tribute.
- 722 BC. Assyrian king Sargon II conquers the Northern Kingdom of Israel.
- 710s BC - Judah, Tyre and Sidon revolt against Assyria.
- 701 BC. King Hezekiah of Judah, backed by Egypt, revolts against king Sennacherib of Assyria. Sennacherib sacks many Palestinian cities, but fails in his attempt to take Jerusalem.
Kings of JudahEdit
- Jehoash of Judah, 835 BC-796 BC
- Amaziah of Judah, 796 BC-767 BC
- Uzziah of Judah, 767 BC-740 BC
- Jotham of Judah, 740 BC-732 BC
- Ahaz, 732 BC-716 BC
- Hezekiah, 716 BC-687 BC
Kings of IsraelEdit
- Jehoahaz of Israel, 814 BC-798 BC.
- Jehoash of Israel, 798 BC-782 BC
- Jeroboam II, 782 BC-753 BC
- Zachariah, 753 BC-752 BC
- Shallum of Israel, 752 BC
- Menahem, 752 BC-742 BC
- Pekahiah, 742 BC-740 BC
- Pekah, 740 BC-732 BC
- Hoshea, 732 BC-722 BC.
- (Assyria conquers Israel. Origin of the Samaritans, see 2 Kings 17.)
- Joel, c. 835 BC-796 BC (oldest date) or 775 BC-725 BC (middle date).
- Jonah, c. 766 BC (reign of Jeroboam II)
- Amos, 760 BC–750 BC.
- Isaiah, c. 742 BC to 678 BC, to various kings of Judah.
- Hosea, 740 BC–725 BC
- Micah, c. 735 BC–700 BC.
- Kings: E. R. Thiele, The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings.
- Prophets: Wikipedia, 1 & 2 Kings
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