Year 0: Jewish population is 5 million, an all-time high of 2% of the total global population.
33 CE: Jesus of Nazareth celebrates Passover with a seder that will be known to Christians as the Last Supper.
~100 CE: After the destruction of the Second Temple, scholars of the Palestinian city of Yavneh canonize the ritual of the seder. Instead of the temple sacrifice, the communal meal with its symbolic lamb shank is now the focus of the holiday. No matter where they dwell, Jews in the Diaspora will tell the story of the Exodus together over the meal.
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