- Born: 3495 AM
- Marriage (1): Leah 
- Marriage (2): Rachel 
- Marriage (3): Bilhah 
- Marriage (4): Zilpah 
- Died: 3642 AM
Another name for Jacob was ISREAL.
In mythology, it is thought that Jacob was Israel, Saturn of Crete. His title was King of Goshen and the Israelites descend through him.
1828 B.C. , in 2172 A.M., in the second year of the third week of the forty-fifth jubilee.
·led his sons, and their families, into Egypt || Exodus 1:1 "Now these are the names of the children of Israel, which came into Egypt; every man and his household came with Jacob." 1:2 "Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah," 1:3 "Issachar, Zebulun, and Benjamin," 1:4 "Dan, and Naphtali, Gad, and Asher." 1:5 "And all the souls that came out of the loins of Jacob were seventy souls: for Joseph was in Egypt already." (1,2)
·a prosperous sheep herder and livestock owner (1)
·the son of Isaac and Rebekah (1)
·gave his name to the "Israelite" people
·a plain man, dwelling in tents (1)
·bought his brother Esau's birthright with "bread and pottage of lentiles" (1)
·commanded by his father not take a wife of the daughters of Canaan, but rather to go to Padanaram, to the house of Bethuel, his mother's father; and take a wife from there of the daughters of Laban his mother's brother (1)
·offered to serve his uncle, Laban, son of Bethuel, seven years for Rachel, Laban's younger daughter (1)
·double-crossed by Laban, who gave him Leah, his elder daughter, instead of Rachel, whom Jacob had seen first, even after fulfilling seven years of service (1)
·served a second seven years to his uncle, Laban, for the right to marry his first choice, Rachel, the sister of the wife first given him (1)
·left the land of Padan-aram, the land of Laban, and returned to his father Isaac in Mamre, or "the wood of Mamre," a place in the neighborhood of Hebron (1,2)
Jacob (Hebrew : Standard ; Septuagint Greek: ; "heel" or "leg-puller"), also known as Israel (Hebrew : Standard Yisra, Isr; Septuagint Greek :; "persevere with God"; ), was the third patriarch of the Jewish people, and ancestor of the twelve tribes of Israel , named after ten of his twelve sons, as well as the two sons of his son Joseph.
In the Hebrew Bible he is the son of Isaac and Rebecca , the grandson of Abraham and Sarah and of Bethuel , and the twin brother of Esau . He had twelve sons and one daughter by his two wives , Leah and Rachel , and their maidservants, Bilhah and Zilpah . The children were Reuben , Simeon , Levi , Judah , Dan , Naphtali , Gad , Asher , Issachar , Zebulun , daughter Dinah , Joseph , and Benjamin . Before the birth of Benjamin, Jacob is renamed "Israel" by an angel, the name after which the modern nation of Israel is named.
As a result of a severe famine in Canaan , Jacob resettled his whole family in Egypt , in the Land of Goshen , at the time when his son Joseph was viceroy. Jacob died there 17 years later, and Joseph carried Jacob's remains to the land of Canaan, where he gave them stately burial in the same Cave of Machpelah as were buried Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebecca and Jacob's wife Leah (Genesis 49:29-50:14 ).
Jacob married Leah  [MRIN: 1799], daughter of Laban  and Unknown.
Jacob next married Rachel  [MRIN: 551617658], daughter of Laban  and Unknown.
Jacob next married Bilhah  [MRIN: 551617665].
Jacob next married Zilpah  [MRIN: 551617666].