Genesis 5:11

And all the days of Enos were nine hundred and five years: and he died.

And all the days or Enos were nine hundred and five years, and he died. According to the Arabic writers {n}, this man was a very good man, governed his people well, and instructed them in the ways of righteousness, and the fear of God; and when his end drew nigh, his offspring gathered about him for his blessing; and calling them to him, he ordered them by his will to practise holiness, and exhorted them not to mix with the offspring of Cain the murderer; and having appointed Cainan his successor, he died in the year of his age nine hundred and five, A. M. 1340, and was buried in the holy mountain; but according to Bishop Usher it was A. M. 1140.

{n} Elmacinus, apud Hottinger, p. 231.