Talk:Chedorlaomer

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references[edit]

Archaeological References[edit]

  • Renfrew, Colin and Bahn, Paul Archaeology. Thames & Hudson. 2004. ISBN 0500 284415.  Page 515 discusses conflicts between archaeology and Judaism

Near Eastern References[edit]

  • Nelson GlueckRivers in the Desert. HUC. 1959. Discusses The evidence for the Exodus in the Negev
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Marine Archaeology Rederences[edit]

Egyptological References[edit]

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Linguistic References[edit]

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Classical References[edit]

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  • Claudias PtolemyThe Geography. Dover. 1991. ISBN 048626896 Check |isbn= value: length (help). 
  • HerodotusThe History. William Brown. 1952.  War with Judah, Sennacherib, siege of 701 BC

Historical References[edit]

  • Michael GrantThe Rise of the Greeks. Charles Scribners Sons. 1987. 

Mathematical References[edit]

  • Lucas N. H. Bunt, Phillip S.Jones, Jack D. Bedient The Historical Roots of Elementary Mathematics. Dover. 1976. ISBN 0486255638.  Includes references to a Days Journey and a Days Sail

Mensurational References[edit]

  • H Arthur KleinThe World of Measurements. Simon and Schuster. 1976. Includes references to a Days Journey and a Days Sail
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Architectural References[edit]

  • R. A. CordingleyNorman's Parallel of the Orders of Architecture. Alex Trianti Ltd. 1951. 

Medieval References[edit]

  • H Johnathan Riley SmithThe Atlas of the Crusades place names in Canaan during the crusades. Swanston. 1990. ISBN 0723003610. 
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Missing reference info[edit]

"Eerdmans, Chedorlaomer, par.2 " there has got to be a fuller citation that got lost in an edit. 4.249.63.149 (talk) 14:16, 26 January 2011 (UTC)

Archives and Source Cleanup[edit]

I set up archives on the talk page, and I'm going to go for a full source cleanup. ReformedArsenal (talk) 12:38, 20 December 2012 (UTC)

Successor/Predecessor of Siwe-palar-huppak?[edit]

I've come across "Siwe-palar-huppak" in my reading, but cannot determine whether or not the line of Babylonian kings associates the two. Thanks in advance! Twillisjr (talk) 11:19, 8 June 2013 (UTC)

I don't get what you are asking about Chedorlaomer. Is there anything out there to suggest some relevance? Til Eulenspiegel /talk/ 02:40, 9 June 2013 (UTC)

Seems like you are trying to reconcile Chedorlaomer with the list of actual Elamite kings. This is impossible to answer, as Chedorlaomer is not an Elamite name, but a Hebrew one, and there are no records of any Elamite rulers campaigning in the Trans-Jordan region. More than likely, Chedorlaomer is a mythical figure, not a historical one.Lorzu (talk) 20:51, 2 October 2013 (UTC)

Huh, who are you talking to? Actually all we can ever do in the article is report what various sources have said or speculated on the subject of Chedorlaomer, not draw any of our own conclusions about it, them's the rules. If you have a source talking about "Chedorlaomer" with another viewpoint not already covered, that would go much farther than just all giving our own opinions. Til Eulenspiegel /talk/ 21:23, 2 October 2013 (UTC)