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When Is Esther On the Bible Timeline

Esther became queen to the Persian King Ahasuerus traditionally identified with Xerxes I of Persia.  Xerxes I of Persia reigned from 486 BC when he was 36 until he was assassinated in 465 BC.  Xerxes figures prominently in the Greco-Persian Wars building the bridge across the Hellespont and taking part in the famous Battle of Thermopylae.

Esther is known for her beauty, but she was also a woman of great courage.  She was willing to do God’s will even though she risked her life.  She had a deep understanding of the power of fasting and prayer.

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Esther
“Esther talking to Mordecai”

Esther’s story is written across a backdrop of great wars and epic battles.  Phoenicia was subject to Persia at the time.  Rome was ruled by consuls (and had not yet become the great Roman Empire), and the great Greek historian Herodotus was alive and writing at the time. See Esther on the Bible Timeline.Esther’s story is found in the book of Esther in the Old Testament.

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