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VIII.10901090    In the same, p. 99, al. 79. [רבַעָ is the verb.]

Of Abraham.

From this rises the appellation of the Hebrews. For the word Hebrews is interpreted to mean 132those who migrate across, viz., who crossed the Euphrates with Abraham; and it is not derived, as some think, from the fore-mentioned Heber. From the flood and Noe, therefore, to Abraham’s entrance into the promised land, there are in all 1015 years; and from Adam, in 20 generations 3277 years.


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