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Melech

 

Pronunciation:  MEH-lehk

Occurrences:  4

First Reference:  Beginnings 11:35

 

And over each did he place the sons of his loins. Thus Remlah was made king of Shinar, and upon the throne of Uruk sat Marduk, and Melech was made king of Calneh, and upon the throne of Babel did Belzebub rule.

 

 

See:  Calneh, Elon Zanoah, Mount Tekoa, Sumerian Empire, Yasher-Baal

 

Summary:  When Yasher-Baal, the son of Cain, conquered the ancient Mesopotamian city of Calneh (ca. 8,800 BCE), he appointed his son Melech to rule as king (B:11:34-35). Melech was one of five sons established to rule under Yasher-Baal in the Sumerian kingdom. Melech and his army were defeated by Elon Zanoah, the ‘Son of Liberty’, at the battle of Mount Tekoa (B:15:42-47).

 

 

 

Notes/References:

 

Now the king of Calneh, even Melech the son of Yasher-Baal, gathered together a mighty host and he marched against Elon of Perga. And the armies of Calneh and Elon met at Mount Tekoa in the land of Elam.

And there was beside Elon, Methuselah the son of Enoch, and he blessed the followers of Elon that they should be victorious over Melech. Wherefore, their hearts were made fierce in the moment of battle.

Beginnings 15:43-44

 

 

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