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Lamech (Lamk) [5552]
Betenos (Ashmua) [5553]

Noah (Nuh)(Noe) [5554]


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Emzara (Naamah?) [5556]

Noah (Nuh)(Noe) [5554] 24,595,596,597,680,681

  • Born: 1663 AM
  • Marriage: Emzara (Naamah?) [5556]
  • Died: 2613 AM

bullet  General Notes:

His death date is estimated at between 2948 and 1998 BC. (C-1795)

Noah divided the world amongst his three sons, begotten of his wife Titea: viz., to Shem he gave Asia, within the Euphrates, to the Indian Ocean; to Ham he gave Syria, Arabia, and Africa; and to Japhet, the rest of Asia behond the Euphrates, together with Europe to Gadea (or Cadiz).

Part II of Irish Pedigrees, or The origin and stem of the Irish nation, by John O'Hart, published 1892, pages 44-55

Sons of Noah


Luke 3:36

[edit </w/index.php?title=Wives_aboard_Noah%27s_Ark&action=edit§ion=4>] Rabbinic literature
The Genesis Rabba midrash lists Naamah , the daughter of Lamech and sister of Tubal-Cain , as the wife of Noah, as does the eleventh century Jewish commentator Rashi .
In the mediaeval midrash Book of Jasher Chapter 5:15 , the name of Noah's wife is said to be Naamah, daughter of Enoch ; that would mean Noah married his great-aunt.
Gill and others evidently regarded the name Naamah as resulting from confusion between the names of Ham's wife and Noah's wife in some traditions.


Noah married Emzara (Naamah?) [5556] [MRIN: 1776], daughter of Rakeel [5550] and Unknown.

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