Then did Cain go out from the presence of his father and he took his many wives and
dwelt in the land of Nod, and there did gather unto him all who made with him a covenant
to take power and dominion over the souls of men.
Summary: The land of Nod was presumably located along the southwestern banks of
the Euphrates river. It was in this area that Cain settled in and established the
first city of Sumer, after being exiled from Eden by his father, Adam (B:4:23-25).
The land of Nod was located south of the land of Ur (B:6:15).
And Enoch journeyed forth from the land of Ur and went southward towards the land
of Nod, and there went with him a great multitude of people. And they came nigh unto
the walls of Sumer, the mother of nations and of war.