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Reading from here and Genesis 5 we see that there are mentions of longevity among prophets:

Adam – 930

Seth – 912

Enosh – 905

Jared – 962

Methuselah – 969

Noah – 950

Shem – 600

Eber – 464

Abraham – 175

Moses – 120

  • Adam – 930

  • Seth – 912

  • Enosh – 905

  • Jared – 962

  • Methuselah – 969

  • Noah – 950

  • Shem – 600

  • Eber – 464

  • Abraham – 175

  • Moses – 120

My question is are there any other historical books (a book that has nothing to do with Abrahamic religions) that mention any of these ages? Basically what I'm asking was there any non-religious, secular book written that cites these ages? OROr a book written by Abrahamic followers that is still somewhat universally accepted?

I personally consider the oldOld and new testamentNew Testament as (partially history) books that can be referenced but consider that out of the scope of the question.

Reading from here and Genesis 5 we see that there are mentions of longevity among prophets:

Adam – 930

Seth – 912

Enosh – 905

Jared – 962

Methuselah – 969

Noah – 950

Shem – 600

Eber – 464

Abraham – 175

Moses – 120

My question is are there any other historical books (a book that has nothing to do with Abrahamic religions) that mention any of these ages? Basically what I'm asking was there any non-religious, secular book written that cites these ages? OR a book written by Abrahamic followers that is still somewhat universally accepted?

I personally consider the old and new testament as (partially history) books that can be referenced but consider that out of the scope of the question.

Reading from here and Genesis 5 we see that there are mentions of longevity among prophets:

  • Adam – 930

  • Seth – 912

  • Enosh – 905

  • Jared – 962

  • Methuselah – 969

  • Noah – 950

  • Shem – 600

  • Eber – 464

  • Abraham – 175

  • Moses – 120

My question is are there any other historical books (a book that has nothing to do with Abrahamic religions) that mention any of these ages? Basically what I'm asking was there any non-religious, secular book written that cites these ages? Or a book written by Abrahamic followers that is still somewhat universally accepted?

I personally consider the Old and New Testament as (partially history) books that can be referenced but consider that out of the scope of the question.

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Are there any universally accepted or non-ChristianAbrahamic based records in history that have mentions of longevity of prophets?

Reading from here and Genesis 5 we see that there are mentions of longevity among prophets:

Adam – 930

Seth – 912

Enosh – 905

Jared – 962

Methuselah – 969

Noah – 950

Shem – 600

Eber – 464

Abraham – 175

Moses – 120

My question is are there any other historical books (a book that has nothing to do with Abrahamic religions) that mention any of these ages? Basically what I'm asking was there any non-religious, secular book written that cites these ages? OR a book written by Abrahamic followers that is still somewhat universally accepted?

I personally consider the old and new testament as (partially history) books that can be referenced but consider that out of the scope of the question.

Are there any non-Christian records in history that have mentions of longevity of prophets?

Reading from here and Genesis 5 we see that there are mentions of longevity among prophets:

Adam – 930

Seth – 912

Enosh – 905

Jared – 962

Methuselah – 969

Noah – 950

Shem – 600

Eber – 464

Abraham – 175

Moses – 120

My question is are there any other historical books (a book that has nothing to do with Abrahamic religions) that mention any of these ages? Basically what I'm asking was there any non-religious, secular book written that cites these ages?

I personally consider the old and new testament as (partially history) books that can be referenced but consider that out of the scope of the question.

Are there any universally accepted or non-Abrahamic based records in history that have mentions of longevity of prophets?

Reading from here and Genesis 5 we see that there are mentions of longevity among prophets:

Adam – 930

Seth – 912

Enosh – 905

Jared – 962

Methuselah – 969

Noah – 950

Shem – 600

Eber – 464

Abraham – 175

Moses – 120

My question is are there any other historical books (a book that has nothing to do with Abrahamic religions) that mention any of these ages? Basically what I'm asking was there any non-religious, secular book written that cites these ages? OR a book written by Abrahamic followers that is still somewhat universally accepted?

I personally consider the old and new testament as (partially history) books that can be referenced but consider that out of the scope of the question.

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