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lion-like, venerable. (1.) A king of Ellasar who was confederate with Chedorlamer (Gen. 14:1,9). The tablets recently discovered by Mr. Pinches (see CHALDEA ØT0000758) show the true reading is Eri-Aku of Larsa. This Elamite name meant “servant of the moon-god.” It was afterwards changed into Rimsin, “Have mercy, O moon-god.” (2.) Dan. 2:14.

Historical Examples

It is a perfect triumph of ingenuity to identify Rîm-Sin and arioch, and it has been done on various suppositions.
The Relations between the Laws of Babylonia and the Laws of the Hebrew Peoples C. H. W. Johns

Accordingly, arioch informed the king of what Daniel desired.
The Antiquities of the Jews Flavius Josephus

Samuel, Mar (arioch), 518 ff.attitude toward the heathen, 520.
History of the Jews, Vol. II (of 6) Heinrich Graetz

Can it be from this Syrian deity that the father of arioch received his name?
Patriarchal Palestine Archibald Henry Sayce

And with arioch kynge of Ellasar: foure kynges agenste v. And that vale of siddim was full of slyme pyttes.
The First Boke of Moses called Genesis William Tyndale

When arioch told Daniel the facts, he went to the king and asked that he give him time to tell what the dream meant.
The Children’s Bible Henry A. Sherman

He answered and said to arioch the kings captain, Why is the decree so hasty from the king?
The Book of Daniel Unlocked W. S. Auchincloss

These kings have each been thought by different scholars to be the arioch of Gen. 14:1.
Archology and the Bible George A. Barton


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