2241 B.C. - 2003 B.C.
Set As Default Person
||Pelag Or Peleg Or Falikh The Semite Ben Eber, king of Babylon [6, 7] |
||king of Babylon |
||2241 B.C. 
||Peleg (Phalec) |
||2003 B.C. 
||27 Sep 2013 |
- Peleg means opening or divide, note that the people were separated at the Tower of Babel during his lifetime (See Genesis 10:25).
Jubilees 8:18 "... Peleg took to himself a wife, whose name was Lomna... the daughter of Sina'ar
- [S2440] The History of the Franks, Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, (Penguin Books, 1974), 72 (Reliability: 3).
- [S1331] Holy Bible King James Edition, 1 Chronicles chapter one (Reliability: 3).
- [S1331] Holy Bible King James Edition, St Luke 3:1-38 (Reliability: 3).
- [S1659] Human Family Project, Mary Slawson, Chair, (Copyright January 2006).
- [S1534] Joseph Smith, Sr. & Lucy Mack Foundation, Mike Kennedy, ((http://www.josephsmithsr.com : 31 Oct 2008)), ). (Reliability: 2).
- [S1197] Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville, Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, (published by author 1978 , , Repository: J.H. Garner), Chart 1841, p 400 (Reliability: 0).
- [S1258] Stevens DB, Jim & Luke Stevens, (http://www.gendex.com/users/jast/index.html#Welcome, http://pss.fit.edu:80/~stevens/descent/ ,
Some data from Jim Stevens' son, Luke Stevens, who is also a contributor to the soc.genealogy.medieval newsgroup (Luke Stevens email@example.com)).