Arpakshad ou Arphaxad est un personnage de la Genèse. Il est le fils de Sem et le père de Shélah. Il aurait vécu de 1908 à 1346 av. J.-C. Il serait mort à 438 ans.


  • Genèse11.10 : Voici la famille de Sem: Sem était âgé de 100 ans quand il engendra Arpakshad 2 ans après le Déluge.
  • Genèse11.11 : Après avoir engendré Arpakshad, Sem vécut 500 ans, il engendra des fils et des filles.
  • Genèse11.12 : Arpakshad avait vécu 35 ans quand il engendra Shélah.
  • Genèse11.13 : Après avoir engendré Shélah, Arpakshad vécut 403 ans, il engendra des fils et des filles.
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