Cleodemus Malchus

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Cleodemus Malchus (fl. 200 BCE) was a Jewish writer of whom only a few lines survive. He connects the descendants of Syria and North Africa with Abraham by identifying Abraham had three sons by Keturah, Apheran (the town of Aphra), Asoureim (the Assyrians), and Iaphran (Africa).[1]

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