Eight Pillars13

The concept of “pillars” in Biblical chronology—specific periods of 120, 130, and 140 years—serves to divide distinct epochs in the Biblical timeline. The omission of these pillars offers a new lens through which to understand this chronology, revealing alternative patterns and relationships. Furthermore, the study of these pillars in relation to the Long Chronology and the Sumerian Kings List provides additional avenues for interdisciplinary research. Thus, the pillars remain an essential yet underexplored element in the academic investigation of Biblical chronology.

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