Are humans in this world capable of living longer lives than actual humans?Neo-Assyrian Kings King,Reign,Notes ----------,----------,---------- Tiglath-pileser II,967 - 938 BC,Brought Assyria out of the post-Impact Dark Age Shamshi-adad V,938 - 915 BC,Focused on expansion, beginning the tradition yearly military campaigns, died on campaign Shalmaneser III,915 - 889 BC,...docs.google.com
The first sheet (Neo-Assyrian Kings) is currently canon, the second sheet (Israeli Leaders) is awaiting approval. What do y'all think?
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph are listed as having lived at least 100 years each (with Isaac listed as living 180) which makes no sense.No, why do you ask?
Oh, the dates aren't based off their actual lifespans, everything until King David here is just Jewish tradition.Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph are listed as having lived at least 100 years each (with Isaac listed as living 180) which makes no sense.
I understand he's based on the biblical character, but if he's being listed as a canonical living ruler, his age and that of his descendants are far longer than any modern human let alone ancient human