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Reu or Ragau: biblical figure

Reu or Ragau (Luke 3:35 KJV) is one of the sons of Peleg.

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He was born when Peleg was thirty years old (Genesis 11:18 KJV). The name Reu came from Hebrew origin and means “friend”.

At the age of thirty-two, Reu begat Serug and lived another two hundred and seven years and begat other sons and daughters (Genesis 11:20-21 KJV).

The Bible Timeline calculates that Reu lived from 2219 BC to 1980 BC.

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1 thought on “Reu or Ragau: biblical figure

  1. Peleg was born exactly at the time the tower of Babel was scattered. Possibly the only unconfused soul in its time. Phalech became the first pharaoh in Egypt, he engraved on stones , and gave names to each nation on the earth before the time of Abraham. Reu or Ragau was apparently the author of the book of Job. Uz was later the habitation of Jobab.

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