Creation of the World, According to Archbishop James Ussher (4004 BCE) | Knowledge globe.

Creation of the World, According to Archbishop James Ussher (4004 BCE) | Knowledge globe.

BackDetailsBy James Ussher ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT LITERARY AND HISTORICAL WORKS YOU'LL EVER OWN. A RARE FIND. A TREASURE FOR ANY HOME LIBRARY.Master Books commissioned this important literary work to be updated from the 17th-century original Latin manuscript to modern English and made available to the general public for the first time. Now, due to popular demand, it is available for the first time in softcover. In its pages can be found the fascinating history of the ancient world, from…

BackDetailsBy James Ussher ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT LITERARY AND HISTORICAL WORKS YOU'LL EVER OWN. A RARE FIND. A TREASURE FOR ANY HOME LIBRARY.Master Books commissioned this important literary work to be updated from the 17th-century original Latin manuscript to modern English and made available to the general public for the first time. Now, due to popular demand, it is available for the first time in softcover. In its pages can be found the fascinating history of the ancient world, from…

james ussher library | James Ussher Library in Trinity College, McCullough Mulvin Architects

james ussher library | James Ussher Library in Trinity College, McCullough Mulvin Architects

The Annals of the World: James Ussher's Classic Survey  of the World, Book and CD-ROM

The Annals of the World: James Ussher's Classic Survey of the World, Book and CD-ROM

James Ussher and His Chronology: Reasonable or Ridiculous? - http://reachmorenow.com/james-ussher-and-his-chronology-reasonable-or-ridiculous-2/ - http://i1.wp.com/reachmorenow.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/creation1.jpg?fit=3024%2C1024

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For those not very familiar with ancient chronology, 4000 BC is in various ways, historically, religiously, and esoterically, the ‘beginning of the world’ / It was around 4000 BC that the first known high civilization called Sumer suddenly rose in Mesopotamia / 4004 BC is the standard Christian date for Adam, the first man, based on the scriptural calculation done by Archbishop James Ussher in the mid-seventeenth century /4000 BC is the beginning date used in the calendar adopted by…

For those not very familiar with ancient chronology, 4000 BC is in various ways, historically, religiously, and esoterically, the ‘beginning of the world’ / It was around 4000 BC that the first known high civilization called Sumer suddenly rose in Mesopotamia / 4004 BC is the standard Christian date for Adam, the first man, based on the scriptural calculation done by Archbishop James Ussher in the mid-seventeenth century /4000 BC is the beginning date used in the calendar adopted by…

October 23, 4004 BC, Creation of the world according to  Archbishop James Ussher, Primate of all Ireland 1625-1656

October 23, 4004 BC, Creation of the world according to Archbishop James Ussher, Primate of all Ireland 1625-1656

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