Months in the biblical Jewish year. The Jewish calendar (official calendar of Israel) is said to be set down approximately C.E. 359, by the Sanhedrin president Hillel II although the original details of the Jewish calendar are unknown. That being said, the Jewish calendar has historically and still is to this day the calendar used for religious purposes by Jewish people all over the world. List of Months in the Biblical Jewish Year Months of the Biblical Jewish Year can be printed, linked to, or embedded in your website FREE. (Scroll down to print, link to, or embed on your website). When you are studying the Bible it sometimes helps to understand the time frame when events happened that way you can also compare it to other historical events that happened in the same time period. In order to correctly identify the months referred to in the bible you need to know that the Jewish calendar was used. The following are the months of the Jewish calendar.
Abib or Nisen (Ex. 13:3; Est. 3:7) is equivalent to our April
Zif (1 Ki. 6:1) our May
Sivan (Est. 8:9) our June
Tammuz is our July
5th month Ab is our August 6th month
Elul is our September
Ethanim (1 Ki. 8:2) is our October;
Bul (1 Ki. 6:38) is our November
Chisleu (Neh. 1:1) is our December
Tebeth (Est. 2:16) is our January
Sebat (Zech. 1:7) is our February
Adar (Est. 3:7) is our March
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