Nu 34:8 2Sa 8:9
The variation of Arphad and Arpad exists only in the
translation; the original being uniformly
10:9 Jer 49:23
Calmet is of opinion that Sepharvaim was the capital of the
Saspires, who, according to Herodotus, were the only people
that inhabited between the Colchians and Medes; and probably
the Sarapases, whom Strabo places in Armenia. Hiller
considers the name as denoting Sephar of the Parvaim, i.e.,
Mount Sephar adjacent to the regions of Arabia called Parvaim.
But it is more probable, as Wells and others suppose, that
Sepharvaim is the [Sipphara,] Sipphara, of Ptolemy, the
[Sipparenon polis,] the city of the Sippareni, mentioned by
Abydenus, and probably the Hipparenum of Pliny, a city of
Mesopotamia, situated upon the Euphrates, near where it is
divided into two arms, by one of which, it is probable, it was
divided into two parts.
* and have.
10:10,11 2Ki 17:5-7 18:10-12