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Women of the Bible Timeline Part I



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

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5 thoughts on “Women of the Bible Timeline Part I

  1. Women of the Bible were seldom mentioned unless by there husband’s or brother’s name because the were viewed as second class/insignificant.
    things have still not changed that much when one thinks about it. Even when I was in Seminary and in other schools the same was true and I believe it still is.
    Jesus, spent more time conversing with Mary(s) and Martha than anyone else documented during that time and in all probability more than actually was documented.

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