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Shelah (ben Cainan) of Chaldea King of Babylon
Male 2307 BC - 1874 BC

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  • Birth  2307 BC 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  1874 BC 
    Person ID  I16704  Ellis-Pagoria Family Tree
    Last Modified  23 Dec 2012 
     
    Father  Cainain the Semite 
    Mother  Melka bint Madai of Medes 
    Family ID  F13450  Group Sheet
     
    Family  Mu'ak of Ur 
    Children 
     1. Eber (Heber 'Aybar) ibn Shelah King of Babylon,   b. 2277 BC,   d. 1813 BC
    Family ID  F6444  Group Sheet
     
  • Notes 
    • Audrey Maxine Ellis' 78th Great Grandfather

      poss. King of BABYLON
      Born: abt. 2307 BC Died: abt. 1874 BC

      Salah (???, Shelach, ISO 259-3 Šel? Hebrew word #7974 in Strong's) is an ancestor of the Israelites according to the Table of Nations in Genesis 10. He is thus one of the table's "seventy names". He is called Shelah in 1 Chronicles 1:18 and Sala (Greek word #4527 in Strong's) in the Septuagint and Luke 3:35.

      In the ancestral line from Noah to Abraham, he is the son of Arpachshad (in the Masoretic Text) or Cainan (in the Septuagint) and the father of Eber. The name "Eber" for his son is the original eponym of the Hebrew people, from the root 'abar (???, Hebrew word #5674 in Strong's), "to cross over".

      Salah's age at death is given as 433 (Masoretic) or 460 (Septuagint).

      Henry M. Morris states that Arpachshad, Salah, and Eber are listed as the most important sons since they were in the line of the promised Seed of the Woman.[1]

      1.^ Morris, Henry M. (1976). The Genesis Record: A Scientific and Devotional Commentary on the Book of Beginnings. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House. p. 259.

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