His name in Hebrew is: ארם `Arâm (arawm’) Strongs #758; highland. In Greek: Άράμ
Aram (ar-am’) Strongs #689.
Aram is only mentioned in Jasher and is the father-in-law to his half-first cousin
twice removed. Benjamin.
Aram had three wives and fifteen children, three of which were daughters. Jasher
fails to name the wives and children except for the wife of Benjamin.
Aram was also rich and had a great abundance in cattle, flocks and herds. (1)
Later, Aram and a brother traveled from Haran and found a valley in the east country.
Here Aram built a city in which the city was called after himself. (2)
It is suspected that Aram may be dead at the time of the invasion of Kikianus the
king of Cush since it is during the time of Moses when he slew the Egyptian.
When Kikianus invaded Aram, he came with an army that was numerous as the sand on
the sea and smote Aram and took many of them captive.
Kikianus left Balaam the magician to guard the city so the people of Aram would pay
tribute to Kikianus, but after Kikianus returned home, Balaam advised the people
of Aram to rebel against Kikianus and rebuild the city so Kikianus could not enter
when he returned. However, when Kikianus came to the city of Aram, another battle
ensued in which Aram was conquered again. (3)
It was after the death of Kikianus that Aram rebelled against Cush, but now Moses
was king of Cush, and Moses brought an army of 30,000 men against Aram and King Moses
brought Aram back into submission again. (4)