Tishri

  • (noun): The first month of the civil year; the seventh month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar (in September and October).

Some articles on tishri:

Abijah Of Judah - Chronological Notes
... by six months, that of Judah starting in Tishri (in the fall) and that of Israel in Nisan (in the spring). 1 Nisan 914 BCE and the day before 1 Tishri of that year ... For calculation purposes, this should be taken as the Judean year beginning in Tishri of 915/914 BC, or more simply 915 BCE ...
Pekah - Chronology - Chronological Note
... offset by six months, that of Judah starting in Tishri (in the fall) and that of Israel in Nisan (in the spring) ... that he assassinated Pekahiah sometime between Tishri 1 of 740 BC and the day before Nisan 1 of 739 BC ... He was slain by Hoshea sometime between Tishri 1 of 732 BC and the day before Nisan 1 of 731 BC ...
Amaziah Of Judah - Chronological Notes
... Israel were offset by six months, that of Judah starting in Tishri (in the fall) and that of Israel in Nisan (in the spring) ... time between Nisan 1 of 796 BC and the day before Tishri 1 of the same BC year ... taken as the Judean year beginning in Tishri of 797/796 BC, or more simply 797 BC ...
Jehoash Of Judah - Chronological Notes
... were offset by six months, that of Judah starting in Tishri (in the fall) and that of Israel in Nisan (in the spring) ... of his accession to some time between Nisan 1 of 835 BC and the day before Tishri 1 of the same BC year ... purposes, this should be taken as the Judean year beginning in Tishri of 836/835 BC, or more simply 836 BC ...
Asa Of Judah - Chronological Notes
... and Israel were offset by six months, that of Judah starting in Tishri (in the fall) and that of Israel in Nisan (in the spring) ... allows the narrowing of his accession to some time between Tishri 1 of 912 BC and the day before Nisan 1 of the 911 BC ... purposes, this should be taken as the Judean year beginning in Tishri of 912/911 BC, or more simply 912 BC ...