* the gods.
2Ki 17:6 18:11 19:12
Haran, the Carrh(9120)of the Greeks and Romans, is situated in the
north-west part of Mesopotamia, between the Euphrates and the
river Chebar; about 110; miles west of Nisibis, 90; east of Bir,
100; south of Diarbekir, and 170; north of Palmyra.
Ge 11:31 12:14 28:10 29:4 Ac 7:2
It is probable that this Eden is the country near Diarbekir,
on the Tigris, called M(8364)on, according to Asseman.
Ge 2:8 Eze 27:23 28:13 Am 1:5
Telassar is probably the same as Ellasar, Ge 14:1, as the
Jerusalem Targum reads; for both of which the Syriac has
Dolassar; and perhaps, as Doederlein supposes, the same as
Sharra, a city of Mesopotamia, half a mile from the Euphrates.