Doctrine and Covenants, 1835

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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A. Two hundred and five years. Gen. 11:32.
For this account from the birth of Arphaxed, to the death of Terah, see -[§ ii. ¶ 48.]-
Q. In what year of the world did Peleg die?
A. Agreeably to the foregoing chronology, he died in the nineteen hundred and ninety sixth year of the world.
Q. In what year of the world did Nahor die?
A. In the nineteen hundred and ninety seventh.
Q. In what year of the world did Noah die?
A. In the two thousand and sixth.
Q. In what year of the world did Reu die?
A. In the two thousand and twenty sixth.
Q. In what year of the world did Serug die?
A. In the two thousand and forty ninth.
Q. In what year of the world did Terah die?
A. In the two thousand and eighty third.
Q. In what year of the world did Arphaxed die?
A. In the two thousand and ninty sixth.
Q. In what year of the world did Salah die?
A. In the twenty one hundred and twenty sixth.
Q. In what year of the world did Abraham die?
A. In the twenty one hundred and eighty third.
Q. In what year of the world did Eber die?
A. In the twenty one hundred aud eighty seventh.
For this account of the year of the world in which those men died, see -[§ ii: ¶ 49, 50.]-
Q. How old was Nahor, Abraham’s brother, when Noah died?
A. Fifty eight years.
Q. How old was Terah?
A. One hundred and twenty eight.
Q. How old was Serug?
A. One hundred and eighty seven.
Q. How old was Reu?
A. Two hundred and nineteen.
Q. How old was Eber?
A. Two hundred and eighty three.
Q. How old was Salah?
A. Three hundred and thirteen.
Q. How old was Arphaxed?
A. Three hundred and forty eight.
Q. How old was Shem?
A. Four hundred and forty eight.
For the last account see -[§ ii. ¶ 51.]-
Q. How old was Abraham when Reu died?
A. Eighteen years, if he were born when Terah was one [p. 33]
A. Two hundred and five years. Gen. 11:32.
For this account from the birth of Arphaxed, to the death of Terah, see -[§ ii. ¶ 48.]-
Q. In what year of the world did Peleg die?
A. Agreeably to the foregoing chronology, he died in the nineteen hundred and ninety sixth year of the world.
Q. In what year of the world did Nahor die?
A. In the nineteen hundred and ninety seventh.
Q. In what year of the world did Noah die?
A. In the two thousand and sixth.
Q. In what year of the world did Reu die?
A. In the two thousand and twenty sixth.
Q. In what year of the world did Serug die?
A. In the two thousand and forty ninth.
Q. In what year of the world did Terah die?
A. In the two thousand and eighty third.
Q. In what year of the world did Arphaxed die?
A. In the two thousand and ninty sixth.
Q. In what year of the world did Salah die?
A. In the twenty one hundred and twenty sixth.
Q. In what year of the world did Abraham die?
A. In the twenty one hundred and eighty third.
Q. In what year of the world did Eber die?
A. In the twenty one hundred aud eighty seventh.
For this account of the year of the world in which those men died, see -[§ ii: ¶ 49, 50.]-
Q. How old was Nahor, Abraham’s brother, when Noah died?
A. Fifty eight years.
Q. How old was Terah?
A. One hundred and twenty eight.
Q. How old was Serug?
A. One hundred and eighty seven.
Q. How old was Reu?
A. Two hundred and nineteen.
Q. How old was Eber?
A. Two hundred and eighty three.
Q. How old was Salah?
A. Three hundred and thirteen.
Q. How old was Arphaxed?
A. Three hundred and forty eight.
Q. How old was Shem?
A. Four hundred and forty eight.
For the last account see -[§ ii. ¶ 51.]-
Q. How old was Abraham when Reu died?
A. Eighteen years, if he were born when Terah was one [p. 33]
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