Kingdom of Israel
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The Kingdom of Israel may refer to the any of the historical kingdoms of ancient Israel, including:
- Kingdom of Israel (united monarchy) (1050–931 BCE), the kingdom established by the Israelites and uniting them under a single king
- Kingdom of Israel (Samaria) (931–722 BCE), the kingdom of northern Israel
- Kingdom of Judah (931–586 BCE), kingdom of southern Israel
- Hasmonean Kingdom (140-37 BCE), kingdom ruled by the Hasmoneans or "Maccabees", primarily known as Judea (or cognates) but also named Israel in the First Book of Maccabees
- Herodian Kingdom, client kingdom ruled by Herod the Great (37-4 BCE), and to varying degrees by his heirs (the last Agrippa II lived to c.100 CE), primarily known as Roman Judea (or cognates) but also called Israel in the Gospels and Book of Acts.
The term may also refer to:
- Kingdom of Israel (group), Israeli political movement
- Kingdom of Jerusalem (1099-1291 CE)
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