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  • On that same day Noah went into the ark, as well as Shem, Ham and Japheth, his sons, and his wife and his daughters-in-law. (Genesis 7, 13)

  • Shem lived five hundred years and he had more sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 11)

  • After the birth of Shelah, Arpachshad lived four hundred and three years and he had more sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 13)

  • Shelah lived four hundred and three years and he had more sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 15)

  • Eber lived four hundred and thirty years and he had more sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 17)

  • Peleg lived two hundred and nine years and he had more sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 19)

  • Reu lived two hundred and seven years and he had more sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 21)

  • Serug lived two hundred years and he had more sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 23)

  • Nahor lived a hundred and nineteen years and he had more sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 25)

  • I have two daughters who are still virgins; let me bring them out to you; you may do with them as you please, but don't do anything to these men, for they have come to shelter under my roof." (Genesis 19, 8)

  • The two men said to Lot, "Who is still here with you? Your sons-in-law? Get them out of the place: your sons, your daughters and all your people in the town. We are about to destroy this place. (Genesis 19, 12)

  • Lot went out and spoke to his sons-in-law, those who were to marry his daughters, saying, "Hurry, leave, for Yahweh is about to destroy the town." But they took what he said as a joke. (Genesis 19, 14)


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