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Welcome to Mi Yodeya! Naturally, there's some disagreement about what these places were exactly. Here are the views I was able to find so far (and I'll add more if I find any other views): Kerotim: Rabbi Prof. Shmuel Klein in his essay in Hebrew "מחקרים בפרקי היחס בדברי הימים" (Studies in the Genealogy Chapters in Chronicles), Tzion vol. 3, pg. 2, ...


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Slightly similar to the Malbim brought in @RenatoGrun's answer, Rabbi Philip Biberfeld wrote in "Universal Jewish History", vol. 2, pg. 184-185: "There has been much guesswork about the meaning of these rivers and their probable sites. The tradition identifies them with the Indus, the Nile, the Tigris, and the Euphrates. It is, of course, ...


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