But Methuselah went forth and dwelt nigh unto Mount Moriah, and when he was 185 years
of age, he begat Lamech. And after he begat Lamech, Methuselah lived 640 years and
he died. So Lamech buried his father in a cave beside the holy mount.
Summary:Methuselah II settled and raised his family near Mount Moriah (c. 5,200
BCE). He was buried by his son, Lamech ‘beside the holy mount’ (B:20:23).
Azrael’ Commentary - Methuselah II
Methuselah grew up in a pleasant Adamic village called Pelaree where he loved to
fish on the Sea of Galilee. But after his father’s death, he moved to Mount Moriah
where he met a strange giant of a man who suffered from madness. This man was none
other than Yasher-Baal. [...]
The geographic location of Mount Moriah has yet to be confirmed by Azrael; however,
it is thought to be the site of the Temple Mount in present-day Jerusalem.