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Arpachshad King of Arrapachtis .

Hebrew: ארפכשד ., Arabic: أرفخشذ .
Also Known As: "Arfakhshadh", "Arpachshad", "Arphacsad", "Arphaxad", "Arpaxad", "ארפכשד", "أرفخشذ"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Shinar
Death: Died in 1904 BC
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Son of Shem . and Sedeqetelebab Ollo .
Husband of Rasueja .
Father of Kesed .; Kenan / Cainan .; Anar .; Ashcol .; Others Sons/Daughters and 1 other
Brother of Elam .; Lud .; Asshur .; Aram BROKEN; Aram . and 1 other
Half brother of Elam .; Lud .; Asshur .; Aram .; Kursyun and 2 others

Occupation: Born: 2265 AM, (-2342 - c.-1903), b.ca2342bc d.ca1904bc, 438 år, King Of Arrapachtis, King of Arrapachtis, Roy des Arrapachtis
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About Arpachshad King of Arrapachtis .

Wikipedia: Arpachshad and ארפכשד.

the Book of Jubilees, point to Arpachshad as the immediate progenitor of Ura and Kesed, who allegedly founded the city of Ur Kesdim (Ur of the Chaldees) on the west bank of the Euphrates (Jub. 9:4; 11:1-7) — the same bank where Ur, identified by Leonard Woolley in 1927 as Ur of the Chaldees, is located.

-------------------- Genesis 11 12Arpachshad lived thirty-five years, and became the father of Shelah;

13and Arpachshad lived four hundred and three years after he became the father of Shelah, and he had other sons and daughters.

-------------------- De los descendientes de Arfaxad es que nace Abraham 400 años después! Arfaxad es padre de Sala y Sala, padre de Heber, de quién, el puebo hebreo, tomaría su nombre. -------------------- The Kingdom of Arrapha or the Arraphashite kingdom is modern Kirkuk, Iraq, and lay immediately to the east of Ashur, the home city of the Assyrians.

It was conquered by the Hurrians and became a Hurrian city during the second millenium BCE, only to be reconquered by the Arraphashite's descendants, the Assyrians, in the 15th century BCE. -------------------- aka Arpheckshad (Arfakhshadh Arpachshad Arphachshad Arpaxad) ibn SAM, Evne«

Poss. Jullus i Roms 18-oldefar.

HM George I s 106-oldefar.

HRE Ferdinand I s 102-oldefar.

Osawatomie 'Browns 112-oldefar.

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Kone / partner:       Rasueja (bint Shushan) 
 Børn:       Kayumars [alt ped]   ,   Cainain den semitiske

-- Mulig Child: Kesed ben ARPHAXAD

 Alternative Father of Mulig Barn:       Sem (Sceaf Sam Sem) ibn NOAH

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 Hans (evt.) 2 (+)-oldebørn:       Fravakain   ,   Fravak   ,   Pelag ben Eber   ,   Joktan (Jectan Yaqtan Joctan)   ,   Kaber   ,   »Abin ibn Shela   ,   Serug (Sorogh Sarug) ben RAGAU 

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Fra http://fabpedigree.com/s048/f101660.htm

-------------------- Arpachshad or Arphaxad or Arphacsad (Hebrew: אַרְפַּכְשַדֿ / אַרְפַּכְשָדֿ, Modern Arpakhshad Tiberian ʾArpaḵšaḏ / ʾArpaḵšāḏ ISO 259-3 ʔarpakšad; Arabic: 'أرفخشذ', Ārfakhshad‎) was one of the five sons of Shem, the son of Noah (Genesis 10:22, 24; 11:10-13; 1 Chron. 1:17-18). His brothers were Elam, Asshur, Lud and Aram; he is an ancestor of Abraham. He is said by Gen. 11:10 to have been born two years after the Flood, when Shem was 100. Arpachshad's son is called Salah, except in the Septuagint, where his son is Cainan (קינן), Salah being Arpachshad's grandson. Cainan is also identified as Arpachshad's son in Luke 3:36 and Jubilees 8:1. The Book of Jubilees additionally identifies Arpachshad's wife as Rasu'aya, the daughter of Susan, who was the son (or daughter in some versions) of Shem's older son Elam. (Arpachshad's mother is named in this source as Sedeqetelebab; for competing traditions on the name of Shem's wife see wives aboard the Ark.) Some ancient Jewish sources, particularly Jubilees, point to Arpachshad as the immediate progenitor of Ura and Kesed, who allegedly founded the city of Ur Kesdim (Ur of the Chaldees) on the west bank of the Euphrates (Jub. 9:4; 11:1-7) — the same bank where Ur, identified by Leonard Woolley in 1927 as Ur of the Chaldees, is located.[1] Until Woolley's identification of Ur, Arpachshad was understood by many Jewish and Muslim scholars to be an area in northern Mesopotamia, Urfa of the Yazidis. This led to the identification of Arpachshad with Urfa-Kasid (due to similarities in the names ארפ־כשד and כשדים) - a land associated with the Khaldis, whom Josephus confused with the Chaldean. Donald B. Redford has asserted[2] that Arpachshad is to be identified with Babylon. Another Arpachshad is referenced in the deuterocanonical Book of Judith as being the "king of the Medes" contemporary with Nebuchadnezzar II, but this is thought to be a corruption of the historical name Cyaxares (Hvakhshathra). -------------------- Age 438 years -------------------- Arpachshad or Arphaxad or Arphacsad (Hebrew: אַרְפַּכְשַדֿ / אַרְפַּכְשָדֿ, Modern Arpakhshad Tiberian ʾArpaḵšaḏ / ʾArpaḵšāḏ ISO 259-3 ʔarpakšad; Arabic: 'أرفخشذ', Ārfakhshad‎) was one of the five sons of Shem, the son of Noah (Genesis 10:22, 24; 11:10-13; 1 Chron. 1:17-18). His brothers were Elam, Asshur, Lud and Aram; he is an ancestor of Abraham. He is said by Gen. 11:10 to have been born two years after the Flood, when Shem was 100.

Arpachshad's son is called Salah, except in the Septuagint, where his son is Cainan (קינן), Salah being Arpachshad's grandson. Cainan is also identified as Arpachshad's son in Luke 3:36 and Jubilees 8:1. The Book of Jubilees additionally identifies Arpachshad's wife as Rasu'aya, the daughter of Susan, who was the son (or daughter in some versions) of Shem's older son Elam. (Arpachshad's mother is named in this source as Sedeqetelebab; for competing traditions on the name of Shem's wife see wives aboard the Ark.)

Some ancient Jewish sources, particularly Jubilees, point to Arpachshad as the immediate progenitor of Ura and Kesed, who allegedly founded the city of Ur Kesdim (Ur of the Chaldees) on the west bank of the Euphrates (Jub. 9:4; 11:1-7) — the same bank where Ur, identified by Leonard Woolley in 1927 as Ur of the Chaldees, is located.[1]

Until Woolley's identification of Ur, Arpachshad was understood by many Jewish and Muslim scholars to be an area in northern Mesopotamia, Urfa of the Yazidis. This led to the identification of Arpachshad with Urfa-Kasid (due to similarities in the names ארפ־כשד and כשדים) - a land associated with the Khaldis, whom Josephus confused with the Chaldean. Donald B. Redford asserted that Arpachshad is to be identified with Babylon.[2]

Another Arpaxad is referenced in the deuterocanonical Book of Judith as a king of the Medes, and if this supposed Median king is contemporary with the conquest of the Assyrians, he could be identified with Phraortes (c. 665 - 633 BC). If he is contemporary with Nebuchadnezzar II (named as king of the Assyrians in Judith), he might be identified with Cyaxares (r. 625–585 BC).[3]

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Arpachshad King of Arrapachtis .'s Timeline

-2350
-2350
Chaldeas
-2321
-2321
Jerusalém (Palestina)
-2311
-2311
Chaldeas
-2309
-2309
-2102
-2102
Shinar

10 Estas son las generaciones de Sem: Sem, de edad de cien años, engendró a Arfaxad, dos años después del diluvio.

-1664
-1664
Age 437
1904 BC

3 Y vivió Arfaxad, después que engendró a Sala, cuatrocientos tres años, y engendró hijos e hijas.

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2yrs after,The Flood