Cedars of Lebanon - Oldest Multimillenary Cedar Trees

Cedars of Lebanon Multimillenary 2,000 years old

The oldest Cedar Trees are in a grove in Becharri, Northern Lebanon. These
trees are between 1000 and 2000 years old, making them some of the oldert trees on earth

Cedar of Lebanon - 1500-year-old cedar tree

Cedar of Lebanon - Very Old Tree

2000-year-old Cedar of Lebanon tree at the entrance of the grove in Becharri

Closeup of the old Cedar Tree with a massive trunk - Just enormous!!!

What was happening in the world while these trees were alive?
These trees were alive and growing way back when history was being written.
Below is a history timeline. These cedars, kings of the mountain, were alive during those events.

73 BC Spartacus leads a slave's rebellion
63 BC Roman invasion of Judea (Pompey)
55 BC Julius Caesar attempts invasion of Britain
54 BC Crassus plunders the Temple at Jerusalem
54 BC Julius Caesar fails to invade Britain
46 BC Julian Calendar standardized
44 BC Gaius Julius Caesar assassinated (March 15th)
41 BC Cleopatra sails into Tarsus to meet Mark Antony
37 BC Herod the Great, ruler of Judaea
31 BC Cleopatra and Mark Anthony die
20 BC Philo Judaeus born, Greek-speaking Jewish philosopher
19 BC Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro) died
11 BC Halley's comet appears again
7 BC Jesus Born
4 BC Herod the Great dies at Jericho
Ist Century AD  
  Arminius defeats Romans in battle, in the Teutoburg Forest
  'Augustus' Gaius Julius Octavius died
  Pliny the Elder born
  John the Baptist beheaded by Herod Antipas (Salome)
  Crucifixion of Jesus
  Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus (Caligula) becomes Roman Emperor
  Emperor Claudius invades England
  Fire ravages Library at Alexandria
  Boudicca (Boadicea) revolts against Romans
  Roman Emperor Nero persecutes Christians
70 AD Herod's Temple at Jerusalem destroyed
  Vesuvius volcano destroys Pompeii Italy
  Josephus writes his Jewish Antiquities
2nd Century AD  
100 AD Christians using variants of the Didache
  Ignatius of Antioch died
126 AD The 3rd version of the Pantheon, Rome, completed
4th Century AD  
325 AD Council of Nicaea establishes Christian dogma

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