circle, the second son of Aram ( Genesis 10:23 ), and grandson of Shem.
(circle ), the second son of Aram, and grandson of Shem. ( Genesis 10:23 ) The strongest evidence is in favor of the district about the roots of Lebanon.
The name of one of the "sons of Aram" in the list of nations descended from Noah, but a people of uncertain identity and location (Genesis 10:23; 1 Chronicles 1:17).ew>yaquq, which stands on the West of Wady el-`Amud, to the Northwest of Gennesaret, about 4 miles from the sea. This would fall on the boundary of Zebulun and Naphtali, between Tabor and Hannathon (Joshua 19:14). The identification may be correct; but it seems too far from Tabor.
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