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Eve: biblical figure, first woman

Eve or Havva is a Hebrew word for “mother of living”. This will be clearly seen in Genesis 3:20 KJV, where Adam named his wife Eve. After they had eaten of the fruit and were being cast out of the garden, because she is to be the mother of all living. She is placed on the Biblical timeline next to Adam.

Eve was created by God from Adam’s rib (Genesis 2:21-22 KJV). Thus, Adam called the new creation a “woman” since she was taken from a man.

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Eve and the Serpent

The 3rd chapter of Genesis tells us the story of how the serpent tempted Eve to eat the fruit from the forbidden tree. Eve found the fruit good and shared this with Adam. This action was the first disobedience recorded in the Bible. (Genesis 3:1-24 KJV)

Eve, The First Wife and Mother

After disobeying God, Adam and Eve were cast out from the garden of Eden. Adam and Eve bear children – Cain, Abel, and Seth. (Genesis 4:1-26)

The Bible does not say how long Eve lived.

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Tamar II

II Samuel 13
I Chronicles 3:9

The daughter of David and Maacah, she was raped by her half brother Amnon.

Tamar III

II Samuel 14:27

Daughter of Absalom; niece of Tamar (II)


I Kings 4:11

A daughter of Solomon


Genesis 36:12; 22
I Chronicles 1:39

Concubine of Eliphaz mother of Amalek


Numbers 26:33

One of the five daughters of Zelophehad and co-inheritor


Romans 16:12

One of the women greeted by Paul in his letter to the Romans


Romans 16:12

One of the women greeted by Paul in his letter to the Romans


Esther 1; 2:1; 4:17

The queen who refused to appear before her drunken husband King Ahasuerus and his friends. For this reason she was divorced and Esther took her place

Zebudah, Zebidah

II Kings 23:36

Wife of righteous King Josiah, mother of Jehoahaz and unrighteous King Jehoiakim


Esther 5:10, 14; 6:13

Haman’s wife, the man who convinced King Ahaseurus to all the killing of all the Jews


I Kings 11:26-40

Mother of Jeroboam who became King of Israel after the ten tribes revolted against Solomon’s son King Rehoboam


II Samuel 17:25
I Chronicles 2: 16

A sister of David, mother of Joab and Asahel


II Kings 12:1
II Chronicles 24:1

Wife of King Ahaziah, mother of Jehoash


Genesis 4:19-23

One of Lamech’s two wives, mother of Naamah and Tubal-cain


Genesis 29:24; 30:9-10; 35:26; 37:2; 46:18

Leah’s maid given to Jacob by whom he fathered Gad and Asher


Exodus 2:21- 22; 4:24-25; 18:1-6

Moses wife, mother of his sons Gershom and Eliezer

Women of the Bible Timeline Part I  Abhiahill to Bashemath
Women of the Bible Timeline Part II  Bathsheba to Hannah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part III Hazelelponi to Maachah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part IV Maachah to Noah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part V Orpah to Tamar

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Ruth 1

The other daughter-in-law of Naomi


I Samuel 1:2, 6

The second wife of Elkanah whose initially barren first wife Hannah became the mother of the prophet Samuel


Romans 16:12

A woman mentioned by Paul as one who labored for the Lord


Romans 16:1-2

A woman recommended by Paul as a servant of the Lord who should be assisted


Acts 18:2, 18, 26
Romans 16:3
I Corinthians 16:19
II Timothy 4:19

Priscilla and her husband Aquila are strong believers and good servants in building the church


Exodus 1:15

Egyptian midwife ordered to kill Israelite babies at birth but did not do so blaming lack of compliance on the quickness with which Israelite women delivered


Genesis 29; 30; 31; 33:1-7; 35:16-26; 46:19, 22, 25; 48:7
Ruth 4:11
I Samuel 10:2
Jeremiah 31:15
Matthew 2:18

Beloved wife of Jacob she was barren for years finally offering her maid to Jacob to bear children. Eventually a mother she died giving birth to Benjamin


Joshua 2:1-3, 6:17-25
Matthew 1:5
Hebrews 11:31
James 2:25

The Amorite harlot who helped Joshua’s spies overcome Jericho. She married Salmon, one of the spies; was the mother of Boaz who married Ruth. An ancestress of David and hence Jesus Christ

Rebecca or Rebekah

Genesis 22:23; 24; 25: 20-28; 26:6-35; 27; 28:5; 29:12; 35:8;49:31
Romans 9:6-16

Wife of Isaac, mother of twins Jacob and Esau. She helped Jacob trick Isaac into giving Jacob the birthright blessing.


Acts 12:1-19

The servant of Mary mother of Mark. She was so stunned by hearing Peter’s voice at the gate the night he was miraculously released from prison that she ran to tell the praying saints rather than open the door.


II Samuel 3:7; 21:8-14

Wife of Saul, mother of two of his seven sons. They were killed to appease the Gibeonites who survived Saul’s slaughter in hopes this would end a three year drought


Matthew 1:5

The Moabite who followed her mother-in-law Naomi to a foreign land where by her goodness and loyalty she won the heart of Boaz; an ancestress of Christ

Salome I

Matthew 14:6-11
Mark 6:22-28

Daughter of Herodias, she danced for Herod and won his promise of anything she asked. At her mother’s prompting she asked for John the Baptist’s head.

Salome II

Mathew 20:20_24; 27:56
Mark 10:35-40; 15:40-41; 16:1-2

Mother of James and John, she along with husband Zebedee followed Christ. She ministered to him, was at the cross and was with the group of women who discovered the empty tomb


Acts 5:1-11

She along with her husband conspired to sell all and give to the church but instead kept some back and lied about it. She dropped dead at her lie.

Sara, Sarah, Sarai

Genesis 11:29-31; 12:5-17; 16:1-8; 17:15-21; 18; 20:2-18; 21:1-12; 23:1-19; 24:36-37; 25:10-12; 49:31
Isaiah 51:2
Romans 4:19; 9:9
Hebrews 11:11
I Peter 3:6

Barren beautiful wife of Abraham she gave her maid to him who bore him Ishmael. In her old age she miraculously bore Isaac the heir.


Genesisi 46:17
I Chronicles 7:30

Granddaughter of Jacob through Zilpah

Shelomith I

Leviticus 24:10-13

A Danite married to an Egyptian; her son is stoned for blaspheming God when he was not allowed to camp with the Israelites.

Shelomith II

I Chronicles 3:19

Daughter of one of the Zerubbabel

Shelomith III

II Chronicles 11:20

Daughter (or possibly son) of Maachah and King Rehoboam


I Chronicles 7:24

An Ephraimite who inherited three villages and enlarged them


II Kings 12: 21
II Chronicles 24:26

An Ammorite whose son killed King Joash of Judah


Exodus 1:15

A midwife who protected the children born to Israelite mothers when ordered to kill them by Pharoah


II Kings 12:21

Moabite mother of Jehozabad who killed King Joash of Judah


Genesis 38:1-2

Daughter of Heber grandson of Asher


Luke 8:2-3

One of the women who ministered to Christ with her substance


Philippians 4:2

One of the active members of the early church at Philippi


See Dorcas


I Kings 11:19-20

Wife of King of Egypt whose sister was the wife of an Edomite King; she raised her sister’s son Genubath when her sister died


Genesis 38:6-30
Ruth 4:12
I Chronicles 2:4
Matthew 1:3

The woman who played the part of a prostitute to have a child with Judah, an ancestress of Christ

Women of the Bible Timeline Part I  Abhiahill to Bashemath
Women of the Bible Timeline Part II  Bathsheba to Hannah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part III Hazelelponi to Maachah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part IV Maachah to Noah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part VI  Tamar II to Zipporah

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I Chronicles 3:2
II Samuel 3:3

One of David’s eight wives, mother of Absalom


I Chronicles 2:48

concubine of Caleb son of Hezron


I Chronicles 7:12-16

Daughter-in-law of Manassas, mother of Peresh and Sheresh


I Chronicles 8:29, 9:35

Wife of Jehiel founder of Giveon, ancestress of King Saul


I Chronicles 7:18

Great granddaughter of Joseph through Manasseh and Hammoleketh


Genesis 28:9

Daughter of Ishmael, Abraham’s son through Hagar, Esau’s third wife


II Chronicles 11:18

First of King Rehoboam’s 18 wives and 60 concubines, granddaughter of David


Luke 10:38-41
John 11; 12: 1-3

Martha, Mary and Lazarus of the New Testament. She who was cumbered with much serving


Matthew 1: 2: 12:46
Luke 1; 2
John 2: 1-11, 19:25
Acts 1:14

Mother of Jesus

Mary Magdalene

Matthew 27:56, 61; 28:1
Mark 15:40, 47; 16:1-19
Luke 8:2; 24:10
John 19: 25; 20:1-18

Freed of seven devils by Jesus, she became a devoted follower and caretaker. She was at the cross, at the tomb and the first to see the risen Christ.

Mary mother of James and Joses

Matthew 27:55-61
Luke 8:2, 3
Mark 15: 40; 16:8

Mother of James the apostle and Joses. She was one of the women who followed and financially supported Christ; was at the cross and again with the women who saw the empty tomb

Mary mother of Mark

Acts 12: 12

Mother of Mark who wrote the gospel of Mark

Mary of Bethany

Luke 10:38-41
John 11; 12: 1-3, 7

The sister of Martha and Lazarus she is famed for choosing “that good part” of spiritual growth over worldly cares

Mary of Rome

Romans 16:6

One of the few given special greetings by Paul in his letter to the Romans


Genesis 36:39
I Chronicles 1: 50

Mother of Mehetabel who married a king of Edom


Genesis 36:38
I Chronicles 1: 50

Wife of Hadad, king of Edom


I Samuel 14:49; 18:17-19

Oldest daughter of Saul promised to David but given to Adried


II Kings 21:19

Wife of Manasseh king of Judah, and mother of Amon who also became king of Judah


I Samuel 14:19; 18:20-28; 19:11-17; 25:44
II Samuel 3: 13-14; 6: 16-23; 21:8
I Chronicles 15:29

First wife of David, younger daughter of Saul, she loved, protected and eventually lost favor with David

Milcah I

Genesis 11:29; 22:20-23; 24:15, 24, 47

Daughter of Haran, wife of Nahor, grandmother of Rebekah and Laban

Milcah II

Numbers 26:33, 27:1-11, 36:11
Joshua 17:3

One of the five daughters of Zelophehad and co-inheritor


Exodus 15:20-21
Numbers 12:1-15; 20:1; 26:59
Deuteronomy 24:9
Micah 6:4

Sister of Moses and Aaron, she followed Moses basket, was a prophetess to Israel, offended God by discounting Moses’ greatness and was cursed with then cured of leprosy

Miriam II

I Chronicles 4:17

Could be a man or a woman


Genesis 4:22

Daughter of Lamach and Zillah, sister of Tubal-cain

Naamah II

I Kings 14:21, 31
II Chronicles 12:13

Solomons wife (one of many). An idolatrous Ammonite whose son Rehoboam became the last king of a united Israel


I Chronicles 4:5-6

One of two wives of Ashur



The widowed mother-in-law of Ruth who became an ancestress to King David and Jesus Christ


II Kings 24:8

Wife of righteous King Josiah’s unrighteous son Jehoiakim


Nehemiah 6:14

A false prophetess who tried to stop Nehemiah from finishing the restoration of the Temple


Numbers 26:33; 27:1

One of the five daughters of Zelophehad and co-inheritor

Women of the Bible Timeline Part I  Abhiahill to Bashemath
Women of the Bible Timeline Part II  Bathsheba to Hannah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part III Hazelelponi to Maachah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part V Orpah to Tamar
Women of the Bible Timeline Part VI  Tamar II to Zipporah

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Women of the Bible Timeline Part III

Hazelelponi, Zalelponi I Chronicles 4:3 Daughter of Etam in genealogy of Judah
Helah I Chronicles 4:5, 7 Wife of Ashur in genealogy of Judah
Hephzibah II Kings 21:1
Isaiah 62:4
Wife of righteous King Hezekiah, mother of unrighteous King Manasseh
Herodias Matt 14:3-12
Mark 6:14-34
Luke 3:19-20
Illegal wife of Herod Antipas, she causes John the Baptist’s death by havng her daughter Salome dance before Herod
Hodesh I Chronicles 8:8, 9 One of two wives of Shaharaim in the genealogy of Benjamin
Hodiah I Chronicles 4:18, 19
Nehemiah 10:18
One of Mered’s two wives
Hoglah Numbers 26:33, 27:1-11, 36:1-12
Joshua 17:3
One of five daughters of Zelophehadwho won the right of inheritance to their father’s property as there were no male heirs
Huldah II Kings 22:14-20
II Chronicles 34:22-33
Prophetess during days of King Josiah
Hushim I Chronicles 8:8-11 A Moabite, One of two wivesof Shaharaim in the genealogy of Benjamin
Iscah Genesis 11:29 A daughter of Haran, Abraham’s brother
Jael Judges 4:17-22, 5:6, 24-27 Killed Sisera, an enemy captain, as he slept by driving a tent pin through his head with a maul
Jecholiah, Jecoliah II Kings 15:2 Wife of King Amaziah and mother of King Uzziah (Azariah)
Jedidah II Kings 22:1, 2 Wife of wicked King Amon, mother of righteous King Josiah
Jehoaddan II Kings 14:2 Wife of King Joash, mother of King Amaziah
Jehosheba, Jehoshabeath II Kings 11:2
II Chronicles 22:11
The woman who saved and hid Joash from the murderous Queen Athaliah so that he might one day become king. The daughter of King Jehoram, wife of the high priest Jehoiada
Jemima Job 42:14 A daughter of Job
Jerioth I Chronicles 2:18.19 Wife of Caleb son of Hezron
Jerusha II Kings 15:33
I Chronicles 6:12
II Chronicles 27:1-6
Daughter of the priest Zadok, wife of righteous King Uzziah who died of leprosy, mother of righteous King Jotham
Jezebel I Kings 16:31, 18:4-19, 19:1, 2; 21:5-25
II Kings 9
Wicked daughter of the king/priest of Baal, a Phoenician married to King Ahab who leads him into idolatry and murder. She dies an ignominous death as she is thrown from a wall, her body eaten by dogs
Joanna Luke 8:1-3, 23:55, 24:10 Healed by Christ of evil spirits,one of the group of women who fed and cared for Christ and the apostles, also one of the women who saw the empty tomb
Jochebed Exodus 1; 2:1-11; 6:20
Numbers 26:59
Hebrews 11:23
Mother of Moses, Aaron and Miriam
Judith Genesis 26:34 Hittite wife of Esau, daughter of Beeri
Julia Romans 16:15 Mentioned in Pauls letter to Romans
Keren-Happuch Job 1:2; 42:14 One of Job’s three daughters
Keturah Genesis 25:1-6
I Chronicles 1:32, 33
Abraham’s third wife whom he married after Sarah died. The mother of six of Abraham’s sons. Zimran, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, Ishbak and Shuah.
Lois II Timothy 1:5 Mother of Eunice, grandmother of Timothy
Lo-Ruhamah Hosea 1:6,8 Daughter of Josea and Gomer, given a name symbolizing God’s relationship with Israel ie no pity or mercy
Lydia Acts 16:12-15, 40
Philippians 1:1-10
A successful businesswoman, the first convert in her family who brought the rest to conversion
Maachah II Chronicles 13:2
I Kings 15:1-2, 13
II Chronicles 11:20-22, 15:16
Granddaughter of Absalom, wife of King Rehoboam, mother of King Abijah
Maachah I Kings 15:10-11
II Chronicles 15:15
Moher of Asa, King of Judah

Women of the Bible Timeline Part I  Abhiahill to Bashemath
Women of the Bible Timeline Part II  Bathsheba to Hannah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part IV Maachah to Noah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part V Orpah to Tamar
Women of the Bible Timeline Part VI  Tamar II to Zipporah

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Women of the Bible Timeline Part II

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Bathsheba II Samuel 11:2-3; 12:24
I Kings 1:11-31; 2:13-19
Woman whose beauty led to adultery and murder. Wife of Uriah one of David’s mighty men, mother of Solomon by David
Bernice Acts 25:13, 23: 26:30 Eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa, eventually becomes wife of her uncle and consort of her brother Agrippa
Bilhah Genesis 29:29; 30:3-7; 35:22, 25; 37:2; 46:25
I Chronicles 4:29; 7:13
Handmaid of Rachel, given to Jacob as secondary wife, mother of Dan and Naphtali
Bithiah I Chronicles 4:18 Daughter of Pharoah married to Mered of the tribe of Judah
Candace Acts 8:27 Her eunuch is converted to God and baptized in the desert by Philip
Chloe I Corinthians I:10-11 Mother of Christian household at Corinth where Paul stayed
Claudia II Timothy 4:21 Mentioned in Pauls letter to Timothy
Cozbi Numbers 25:6-18 Midianite woman killed by Phinehas son of Elezar to stop the plague of idolatry and whoredom overtaking Israel
Damaris Acts 17:34 One of Paul’s converts as he preached onMar Hill in Athens
Deborah Genesis 24:59; 35:8 Rebekah’s nurse maid, a devoted friend who died revered and loved by the family
Deborah Judges 4 and 5
Hebrews 11:32-34
Prophetess, warrior and only female judge of ancient Israel, wife of Lapidoth
Delilah Judges 16:4-21 Prostitute, traitor, wife of Samson the strong in body but weak in will
Dinah Genesis 34 The daughter of Jacob and Leah, defiled by Prince Shechem who desired her to wife, sibling of the men who slaughtered the Shechemites in reparation
Dorcas (Tabitha) Acts 9:36-43 The charitable member of the church at Joppa who gave much Christian service, when she died Peter raised her from the dead
Drusilla Acts 24:10-27 One of three daughters of Herod Agrippa. Just as loosely moraled as the rest, she was the wife of Felix when Paul appears before his court the second time.
Eglah II Samuel 3:5 Another of the eight wives of David; mother of Ithream
Elisabeth Luke 1:5-80 A descendent of Aaron, wife of Zacharias, mother of John the Baptist in her old age
Elisheba Exodus 6:23 Wife of Aaron, sister-in-law to Moses, daughter of Amminadab
Ephah I Chronicles 2:46 Concubine of Caleb; mother of Haran, Moza and Gazez
Ephrath I Chronicles 2:19,50; 4:4 Caleb’s second wife, mother of Hur, after death of Caleb she has a son by her step-son
Esther (Hadassah) Esther The queen who saved her people from destruction
Eunice Acts 16:1-3
II Timothy 1:5; 3:14 – 15; 4:5
Daughter of Lois, mother of Timothy
Euodias Philippians 4:2 One of the first converts at Philippi
Eve Genesis 2 and 3 Wife of Adam, first woman, mother of all, she first partook of the fruit; mother of a prophet and a murderer
Gomer Hosea 1:1-11; 3:1-5 Wife of Hosea, a harlot – the story of this couple symbolizes God’s love for his adulterous people who wander after strange gods
Hagar Genesis 16; 21:9-17; 25:12
Galatians 4:24-25
Handmaid of Sarah, mother of Ishmael by Abraham when he was 86, visited by an angel who declared the promise that her son also would be the father of many nations
Haggith II Samuel 3:4-5
I Kings 1:5, 11; 2:13
I Chronicles 3:2
Fifth wife of David, mother of Adonijah
Hammoleketh I Chronicles 7:17-18 Daughter of Machir, sister of Gilead, an ancestress of Gilead
Hamutal Jeremiah 52:1, 2
II Kings 23:31; 24:18
Daughter of Jeremiah, mother of Jehoahaz and Mattaniah or Zedekiah a wicked king
Hannah I Samuel 1; 2:1, 21 Mother of Samuel the prophet, the barren wife of a man with two wives, she prayed and offered her child, if given one, to God. Samuel is that child, later she bears five more children

Women of the Bible Timeline Part I Abhiahill to Bathshemath
Women of the Bible Part III Hazelelponi to Maachah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part IV Maachah to Noah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part V Orpah to Tamar
Women of the Bible Timeline Part VI Tamar II to Zipporah

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Abhiahil I Chronicles 2:29
In line of Hezron, wife of Abishur
Abi II Kings 18:2
II Chronicles 14:22; 29:1; 26:5
Wife of Ahaz, mother of Hezekiah
Abia I Chronicles 2:24 Wife of Hebron the grandson of Judah,and mother of Ashur in line of Christ’s genealogy
Abigail I Samuel 25:1-42
II Samuel 3:3
Wife of Nabal and David
Abigail 2 II Samuel 17:25
I Chronicles 2:16, 17
Half sister of David, wife of Jether (Ithra), mother of Amasa
Abihail Numbers 3:35 Daughter of a son of Merari, mother of Zuriel
Abihail II Chronicles 11:18 Mother of Rehoboam’s wife Nahalath, daugher of Eliab, David’s eldest brother
Abishag I Kings1:3-4; 2:13-25 Young woman married to King David in his oldest age just before he died
Abital II Samuel 3:4
I Chronicles 3:3
One of David’s eight wives
Achsah Joshua 15:16-17
Judges 1:12-13
I Chronicles 2:4, 9
Othniel’s wife (Othniel, a judge in Judah)
Adah Genesis 4:19-23
Wife of Lamech, mother of Jabal and Jubal
Adah (Bathshemeth)
Genesis 26:36:2 Wife of Esau, mother of Eliphaz
Ahinoam 1 Samuel 14:50 Wife of Saul, mother of Jonathan, Merab and Michal
Ahinoam 1 Samuel 25:43; 27:3; 30:5
II Samuel 2:2; 3:2
I Chronicles 3:1
One of David’s eight wives
Ahlai I Chronicles 2:31, 34 Daugher of Sheshan, descendant of Pharez wife of Jarba, mother of Attai
Ahlai I Chronicles 11:41 Mother of Zabad, one of David’s mighty men
Aholibamah Genesis 36:2-25 Wife of Esaur, mother of Jeush, Jaalam and Korah
Anah Genesis 36:2, 18, 25 Wife of Zibeon, mother of Aholibamah one of Esau’s wives
Anna Luke 2:26-28 Daughter of Phanuel, widow in the temple who recognized the infant Christ as the Messiah
Apphia Philemon 2 Believed to be the wife of Philemon and either mother or sister of Archippus
Asenath Genesis 41:45-30; 46:20 Wife of Joseph, daughter of Potipherah, mother of Ephraim and Manasseh
Atarah I Chronicles 2:26 Second wife of Jerahmeel the grandson of Pharez, mother of Onam
Athaliah II Kings 8:26; 11
II Chronicles 22; 23:13-21; 24:7
Daughter of Ahab and Jezebel, wife of Jehoram, mother of Ahaziah, killer of worshipers of Jehovah, reigned for six years as Queen of Judah
Azubah I Kings 22:42
II Chronicles 20:31
Wife of righteous King Asa, mother of righeous King Jehosphaphat
Azubah I Chronicles 2:18.19 Wife of a Caleb who was a descendant of Joshua’s friend Caleb
Baara I Chronicles 8:8 Moabitess wife of Shaharaim
Bashemath Genesis 28:9; 36:3, 4, 13 Daughter of Ishmael, wife of Esau, mother of Renel who fathered four of the tribes of Edom
Bashemath Genesis 26:34; 36:10 Hittite Wife of Esau whom he married out of anger that his parents didn’t accept his other Hittite wives
Bashemath I Kings 4:15 Daughter of Solomon, wife of Ahimaaz


Women of the Bible Timeline Part II  Bathsheba to Hannah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part III Hazelelponi to Maachah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part IV Maachah to Noah
Women of the Bible Timeline Part V Orpah to Tamar
Women of the Bible Timeline Part VI  Tamar II to Zipporah