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Definition of Postdiluvian

Postdiluvian
Postdiluvian Post`di*lu"vi*an, n. One who lived after the flood.

Meaning of Postdiluvian from wikipedia

- Arphaxád), alternatively spelled Arphaxad or Arphacsad, is one of the postdiluvian men in the Shem–Terah genealogy. The name is recorded in the Book of...
- Epimetheus - first Man (by some Accounts) Deucalion and Pyrrha (the first postdiluvian humans) Hinduism Svayambhuva Manu and Shatarupa (first couple on earth)...
- father of Salah, who lived in the time between Noah and Abraham. The postdiluvian Cainan does not appear in the (Proto-)Masoretic Text, the most common...
- Although earlier tradition, Me-Turan/Tell-Haddad tablet, describes Adapa as postdiluvian ruler of Eridu, in late tradition, Adapa came to be viewed as Alulim's...
- earlier Sumerian record, Me-Turan/Tell Haddad tablet, describes Adapa as postdiluvian ruler of Eridu. When the story of Adapa was first rediscovered, some...
- the nearer east; writings which cover nearly the whole period of the postdiluvian Old Testament history ..." By arrow-headed writings they meant cuneiform...
- Although earlier tradition, Me-Turan/Tell-Haddad tablet, describes Adapa as postdiluvian ruler of Eridu, in late tradition, Adapa came to be viewed as Alulim’s...
- 000 years, has been partially confirmed by the inscriptions; but his 8 postdiluvian dynasties are difficult to reconcile with the monuments, and the numbers...
- (Australia), 2006 "Blood Drunk" Cardigan Press Anthology (Australia), 2006 "Postdiluvian" Aurealis Magazine (Australia), 2006 "Heart of Sa****ay Night" (republished)...
- Measures of Time, of the Primitive Civil Calendar, and of Antediluvian and Postdiluvian Tradition, on the Prin****l Questions of Fact in Sacred and Profane Antiquity...