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EBER. (Eber-S1, S3,S6)(Heber-S2,S3)('AYBAR-S6)(EBER IBNSHELAN-S6)(Ebrum-S4). (King of Babylon-S6).
Born in 2277 B.C.(S2,S6) in Salem (Jerusalem), Canaan. (S2,S6); Son of SALAH. (S6).

In Luke 3:35 he is called Heber.

It is said that from his name "Heber" the word "Hebrew" is taken. (S?).

He is regarded as the founder of the Hebrew race (10:21; Num. 24:24).

He was 34 when his son Peleg born in 2244 B.C.

It is said that he was Ebrum, who was the third and greatest of the six kings of the city of Ebla.

The most tantalizing revelation is the name of Ebrum (Biblical Eber - the third and greatest of the six kings of the Ebla dynasty between 2400 and 2250 BC.). He seems to have been placed on the throne of Ebla by Great Sargon of Agade (Sharru-ken, Sharrum-kin) after a punitive expedition in which Ebla was subjugated. This Ebrum reminds of Eber which is the person Hebrews descended from. Ebrum must have certainly introduced substantial changes. In all the names like Ishma-el, Micha-el and Israel the suffix -ilu or -el represents the god El. But when Ebrum has begun his term as the king, a change occurred in the suffixes of these names from -el to -ya(w) (yahu-yah), and for instance Mi-ka-ilu became Mi-ka-ya(w) (Mi-ka-yahu). There is no doubt that these suffixes are divine names, names of gods or words simply meaning god; therefore it wouldn’t be wrong to say that Ebrum has made some major alterations in the religion of Ebla. The suffix ya(w)’s relation to YHWH, which as the God of Israel had replaced the god El, is arguable according to some researchers. (S4).

A connection between ya(w) and yahu and YHWH is obvious.

Sargon of Akkad (ca. 2350-2295 B.C.) is explicitly mentioned in an Eblaite economic text from the reign of Ebrum; Ebrum and Sargon must then be contemporaries.

He lived 860 years.

Died in 1814 B.C.(S1) or 1813 B.C. (S2,S6). In Salem, (Jerusalem), Canaan. (S2,S6).

WIFE:
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CHILDREN of EBER
  1. PELEG. King of Babylon. Born 2244 BC and died 2004 BC.
  2. Joktan.


SOURCES:

ANCESTORS OF EBER:
Adam (4001BC-3071BC) and Eve
Seth (3871BC-2959BC)
Enos  (3766BC-2861)
Cainan  (3676BC-2766BC)
Mahalaleel (3606BC-2711BC)
Jared  (3541BC-2579BC)
Enoch  (3379BC-2948BC) taken up by God (Gen5:24)
Methuselah (3314BC-2345BC)
Lamech (3127BC-2350BC)
Noah  (2945BC-1995BC)
Shem  (2453BC-1843BC)  
Arphaxad  (2343BC-1905BC)
Salah (2308BC-1875BC)
Eber  (2278BC-1814BC)


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Nahor  (2152BC-2004BC)
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Trois of ACADIA  (1337? BC - 1330? BC)  and Callirhoe (Teucri)
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Iulus ASCANIUS (founder & 1st King) of ALBA LONGA  and Roma
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Camber of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL  
Gorbonian of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL  
Dyfynwal Hen of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL  
Cyngen (Duke/King) of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL  
Asser (Duke/King) of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL  
Bleiddud (Duke/King) of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL  
Henwyn (Duke/King) of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL  
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Heli I (King) of BRITONS  
Cas `the Exile'  
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