So... I started up my thread again, and have been digging in deep antiquity... I think I found another big one...

I am not convinced Abraham was from Sumer (Ur).

It all depends on where you place the Land of Shinar—which to my surprise—is not a settled issue.
There was another Ur. And it was not too far from Lake Van in Turkey... On a huge flat plain... East of Mount Ararat.

Isn't that interesting...

The Tower of Babel may have been MUCH further North.
Now... Check this out... Nearly every culture had an "explanation" of where they came from, written by later historians (Eusebius, Josephus, Strabo, etc.).

Many claim ancestors from Babel.

The Jaredites for the LDS... The Huns, The Scythians, The Basque...
The name Chaldaea is a latinization of the Greek Khaldaía (Χαλδαία), a hellenization of Akkadian.

Ummm... Akkadian and Sumerian are definitely not the same.

Ur of the Chaldees?
Even Josephus said “Arphaxad named the Arphaxadites, who are now called Chaldeans.”

That would make it Northern Mesopotamia...

Arpachshad was understood by many Jewish and Muslim scholars to be an area in northern Mesopotamia.
Jubilees 9:3 allots Shinar (or, in the Ethiopic text, Sadna Sena`or) to Ashur, son of Shem.

“Shinar” — a Semitic language form of “two rivers” (in Hebrew, “shene nahar”). Shinar, then, may be “land of two rivers,” which could be anywhere between the rivers of Mesopotamia.
Last thought... I'm not convinced it wasn't in Sumer either... Still working on this...

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