Commentary on
The Book of Jasher
Chapter 74:1-10.

Text
LXXIV:1  In the end of years died Saul king of Edom, and Baal Chanan the son of Achbor
          reigned in his place.
LXXIV:2  In the sixteenth year of the reign of Moses over Cush, Baal Chanan the son of
          Achbor reigned in the land of Edom over all the children of Edom for thirty-eight years.
LXXIV:3  In his days Moab rebelled against the power of Edom, having been under Edom since
          the days of Hadad the son of Bedad, who smote them and Midian, and brought Moab
          under subjection to Edom.
LXXIV:4  And when Baal Chanan the sons of Achbor reigned over Edom, all the children of
          Moab withdrew their allegiance from Edom.
LXXIV:5  And Angeas king of Africa died in those days, and Azdrubal his son reigned in his
          stead.
LXXIV:6  And in those days died Janeas king of the children of Chittim, and they buried him
          in his temple which he had built for himself in the plain of Canopia for a residence, and
          Latinus reigned in his stead.
LXXIV:7  In the twenty-second year of the reign of Moses over the children of Cush, Latinus
          reigned over the children of Chittim forty-five years.
LXXIV:8  And he also built for himself a great and mighty tower, and he built therein an elegant
          temple for his residence, to conduct his government, as was the custom.
LXXIV:9  In the third year of his reign he caused a proclamation to be made to all his skilful
          men, who made many ships for him.
LXXIV:10  And Latinus assembled all his forces, and they came in ships, and went therein to
          fight with Azdrubal son of Angeas king of Africa, and they came to Africa and engaged
          in battle with Azdrubal and his army.

Commentary

Commentary on Jasher LXXIV:1
(13 October 2009): 


Gael Bataman
Originally Written:       13 October 2009
Latest Update:             13 October 2009


  
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