<< I submit we can be better than honest. We can be informed. Cain did
something we can substantiate. He built a city and named it "Enoch" after
his son. Enoch, or E-Anna(k), is named in the Sumerian king list in the
post-flood period. The name was corrupted to "Erech" the Sumerian "Uruk."
It appears on maps of southern Mesopotamia, and it was excavated by
Further, the En- prefix designates Enoch as a king or lord of that
city. His cousin also bears the En- prefix suggesting he also reigned over
a city or cult center.
So the very best answer should be, "Let's find out." That's also three
I don't see how you can have it both ways. If Enoch is the Hebrew rendering
of E.Anna(k), then it cannot at the same time be the Hebrew rendering of
En.(Och or whatever). As you know "E" means House; "En" means Master or Lord.
I do not think you have made an academically sound case that "Enoch" is based
on either word; but, in any case, it cannot be based on both of them at the
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