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Abraham (Ibrahim) ben Tarakr  Abraham (Ibrahim) ben Tarakr[1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
Male 3335 AM - 3510 AM

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  • Birth  3335 AM 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  3510 AM 
    Person ID  I5522  Glenn Cook Family
    Last Modified  19 Jun 2013 
    Father  Terah (Tarih), King of Agade,   b. 3265 AM,   d. 3470 AM 
    Mother  Edna,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Family ID  F1757  Group Sheet
    Family 1  Sarah (Sarai),   b. 3345 AM,   d. 3472 AM 
     1. Isaac ben Abraham the Semite,   b. 3435 AM, Canaan Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3615 AM
    Family ID  F1756  Group Sheet
    Family 2  Hagar “the Egyptian”,   d. Yes, date unknown 
     1. Ishmael (Isma`il),   d. Yes, date unknown
    Family ID  F3210  Group Sheet
     1. Zimran,   d. Yes, date unknown
     2. Jokshan,   d. Yes, date unknown
     3. Medan,   d. Yes, date unknown
     4. Midian,   d. Yes, date unknown
     5. Ishbak,   d. Yes, date unknown
     6. Shuah,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Family ID  F551617667  Group Sheet
  • Photos
    Abraham's Departure by Jozsef Molnar.
    Abraham's Departure by József Molnár.
  • Notes 
    • ABRAHAM married SARAH, daughter of TERAH and Unknown. (SARAH was born 3345 AM and died 3472 AM.)



      ·a wealthy livestock owner (1)
      ·bought a field from Ephrom, son of Zahar the Hittite, (1)
      ·per Genesis 11:27 and Luke 3:34, the son of Thara/Tara, and, per Jubilees, his wife 'Edna (1,2)
      ·lived to be 175 years old, per Genesis (1)
      1921 BCE , in Canaan.
      ·arrived in Canaan at the age of 75 years old, and until his death, 100 years later, for "so long he was a sojourner in a strange country" (1,2)

      Luke 3:34


      «u»«/b»Modern «/u» «i»Avraham«/i» «u»Tiberian «/u» , «u»Arabic «/u»: «u»«i»Ibrahim «/u»«/i», ) is the founding «u»patriarch «/u» of the «u»Israelites «/u», «u»Ishmaelites «/u», «u»Midianites «/u» and «u»Edomite «/u» peoples, as described in the «u»book of Genesis «/u». He is widely regarded as the patriarch of «u»Jews «/u», «u»Christians «/u», and «u»Muslims «/u». It is uncertain to what extent Abraham was a real historical person and to what extent a mythical figure.
      According to Genesis, Abraham was originally named «i»Abram«/i» and was of the tenth generation from «u»Noah «/u» and the 20th from «u»Adam «/u». His father's name was «u»Terah «/u», and he had two brothers, «u»Nahor «/u» and «u»Haran «/u». Abraham was sent by «u»God «/u» from his home in «u»Ur Kasdim «/u» and «u»Haran «/u» (perhaps «u»Harran «/u») to «u»Canaan «/u», the «u»land promised «/u» to his descendants by «u»Yahweh «/u».
      The LORD had said to Abram, "Leave your country, your people and your father's household and go to the land I will show you. I will make you into a great nation and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing. I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you."
      \endash «u»«i»Genesis 12:1-3 <http://www.biblegateway.com/bible?passage=Genesis%2012:1-3;&version=NIV;>«/u» (NIV)«/i»
      In Canaan, Abraham entered into a «u»covenant «/u»: in exchange for recognition of YHWH as his God, Abraham will be blessed with innumerable progeny and the land would belong to his descendants.«u»[3]«/u» According to «u»Genesis 17:5 «/u», his name was changed by God from Abram (probably meaning "the father is exalted") to Abraham, a name which Genesis explains as meaning "father of many nations."
      Judaism, Christianity and Islam are sometimes referred to as the "«u»Abrahamic religions «/u»" because of the progenitor role Abraham plays in their holy books. In the Jewish tradition, he is called «i»Avraham Avinu«/i» or "Abraham, our Father". God promised Abraham that through his offspring, all the nations of the world will come to be blessed («u»Genesis 12:3 <http://bibref.hebtools.com/?book=%20Genesis&verse=12:3&src=HE>«/u»), interpreted in Christian tradition as a reference particularly to «u»Christ «/u». Jews, Christians, and Muslims consider him father of the «u»people of Israel «/u» through his son «u»Isaac «/u» (cf. «u»Exodus 6:3 «/u», «u»Exodus 32:13 «/u») by his wife Sarah. For Muslims, he is a «u»prophet of Islam «/u» and the «u»ancestor «/u» of «u»Muhammad «/u» through his other son «u»Ishmael «/u» \endash born to him by Sarah's servant, «u»Hagar «/u». (Jews and Christians refer to Hagar as Sarah's servant.) Abraham is also a progenitor of the Semitic tribes of the «u»Negev «/u» who trace their descent from their common ancestor «u»Sheba «/u» («u»Genesis 10:28 «/u»).
  • Sources 
    1. [S421] Laurence Gardner, Bloodline of the Holy Grail..

    2. [S401] Albert F. Schmuhl The Royal Line..

    3. [S399] Stevens, Luke, Line of Adam..

    4. [S422] The Holy Bible, (Genesis, King James Version., 1611)., (Genesis, King James Version., 1611).

    5. [S36] Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science, University of Hull, England([email protected]), (This work is Copyright b 1994-2002 Brian C Tompsett).