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The Ancestry of Man According to the Bible [Table With References]

The Ancestry of Man According to the Bible [Table With References]

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This is a concise and incomplete table of the genealogy of Man according the book of Genesis, found in the Bible...
This is a concise and incomplete table of the genealogy of Man according the book of Genesis, found in the Bible...

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12/11/2012

 
The Ancestry of Man
The following examples exhibit the format of the genealogical record below:Abram (>Abraham) = Abram becomes/became Abraham(
ex
Adam)- L., “out of,” “from,” or “as a result of;” ref. to ancestry: e.g.
 
Seth (
ex
Adam); meaning “son of Adam”Dinah,
 f.
- female progenitor; denoted by
 f.
(female)Adam:Eve- married (husband’s name, followed by the wife’s name)[Abram:Sarai]- one in a series of marriages, esp. polygamy (wife’s name follows husband’s)[Esau:
Timna
]- concubine (in italics); not a covenant marriage (woman’s name follows man’s)…Noah- title/address accompanying each name continues after the pattern from the first line in the genealogical entry(Gn. 1:1)- biblical reference to the birth or blood relationship of the preceding individual to his/her parent(s){Gn. 1:1}- biblical reference to the marriage/union (as with concubines) of the preceding couple[Gn. 1:1]- biblical reference applies to all the preceding information from that entry{
Wife
}- no biblical record naming a wife, though one markedly exists/existed(>Israel)- (underlining) names the nation or people borne out of the preceding name1. Reuben- ordinals denote birth order of progenitors where relevant
“Hairy”
- indicates the English meaning of the preceding name found in Hebrew or Chaldeesic- L.; ref. to either an error or a contradiction/conflict in the citation noted(
 NKR
) = no known record of ancestry in existence NOTE:This genealogical table is merely a concise list compiled from the book of Genesis; it is in no way complete or empirical in nature, but rather it is based on biblical theoryof chronology. To submit corrections to the content contained herein, please contact N. D. E. Busbee via e-mail at spammernaut2@yahoo.comGodAdam:Eve {Gn. 2:22-25}Cain (Gn. 4:1):{
Wife
}Enoch (Gn. 4:17):{
Wife
}Irad (Gn. 4:18):{
Wife
}Mehujael (Gn. 4:18):{
Wife
}Methushael (Gn. 4:18):{
Wife
}[Lamech (Gn. 4:18):Adah]{Gn. 4:19}Jabal (Gn. 4:20)Jubal (Gn. 4:21)[Lamech (Gn. 4:18):Zillah]{Gn. 4:19}Tubal-Cain (Gn. 4:22) Naamah,
 f.
(Gn. 4:22)Abel (Gn. 4:2)Seth (Gn. 4:25):{
Wife
}Enosh (Gn. 4:26):{
Wife
}Cainan (Gn. 5:9):{
Wife
}Mahalalel (Gn. 5:12):{
Wife
}Jared (Gn. 5:15):{
Wife
}Enoch (Gn. 5:18):{
Wife
}Methuselah (Gn. 5:21):{
Wife
}Lamech (Gn. 5:25):{
Wife
} Noah (Gn. 5:28-29):{
Wife
}Shem (Gn. 5:32)Elam (>Persia) [Gn. 10:22]Asshur (>Assyria
 
) [Gn. 10:22]Arphaxad (Gn. 10:22)Salah (Gn. 10:24)Eber (Gn. 10:24)Peleg (Gn. 10:25)Reu… (Gn. 11:18)Serug (Gn. 11:20) Nahor (Gn. 11:22)[Terah (Gn. 11:24):{
Wife A
}][Abram (>Abraham) [Gn. 11:26]:Sarai (>Sarah)] {Gn. 11:29}[Isaac (“Laughter”- Gn. 21:3):Rebekah (
ex
Bethuel)] {Gn. 25:20}[Esau (>Edom:
“Hairy”
- Gn. 25:25; Edomites):Judith (
ex
Beeri- the Hittite)] {Gn. 26:34}[Esau:Basemath (
ex
Elon- the Hittite)] {Gn. 26:34, sic
1
}[Esau:Mahalath] {Gn. 28:9}[Esau:Adah (
ex
Elon- the Hittite)] {Gn. 36:2}[Eliphaz (Gn. 36:4):{
Wife
}]The Chiefs of Edom (Gn. 36:15-16)Chief Teman (Gn. 36:11,15)...Omar (Gn. 36:11,15)...Zepho (Gn. 36:11,15)...Gatam (Gn. 36:11,16)...Kenaz (Gn. 36:11,15)...Korah (Gn. 36:16, sic
2
)[Eliphaz:
Timna
3
(Gn. 36:20-22)] {Gn. 36:12}Chief Amalek (Gn. 36:12,16)[Esau:Aholibamah (
ex
Anah,
 f.
,
ex
Zibeon- the Hivite)] {Gn. 36:2}The Chiefs of Edom (Cont'd) [Gn. 36:15-18]Chief Jeush (Gn. 36:5,18)…Jaalam (Gn. 36:5,18)…Korah (Gn. 36:5,18, sic
2
)[Esau:Basemath (
ex
Ishmael)] {Gn. 36:3, sic
4
}Reuel (Gn. 36:4,17)The Chiefs of Edom (Cont'd) [Gn. 36:17]Chief Nahath (Gn. 36:13,17)
 
...Zerah (Gn. 36:13,17)...Shammah (Gn. 36:13,17)...Mizzah (Gn. 36:13,17)The Chiefs of Edom (Gn. 36:40-43)Chief Timnah (Gn. 36:40)…Alvah (Gn. 36:40)…Jetheth (Gn. 36:40)…Aholibamah (Gn. 36:41)Alternate…Elah (Gn. 36:41)ListingPinon (Gn. 36:41)…Kenaz (Gn. 36:42)…Teman (Gn. 36:42)…Mibzar (Gn. 36:42)…Magdiel (Gn. 36:43)…Iram (Gn. 36:43)The Twelve Tribes of Israel[Jacob- “Supplanter,” “Deceitful;” “One Who Takes the Heel” (>Israel:
ex
Isaac) (Gn. 25:26):Leah] {Gn. 29:21-25}1. Reuben: “a Son” (Gn. 29:32)2. Simeon: “Heard” (Gn. 29:33)3. Levi: “Attached” (Gn. 29:34)4. Judah: “Praise” (Gn. 29:35) —————————————————————————————————————————————— 9. Issachar: “Wages” (Gn. 30:17-18)10. Zebulun: “Dwelling” (Gn. 30:19-20)[Dinah,
 f.
]: “Judgement” (Gn. 30:21)[Jacob:Bilhah] {Gn. 30:3-4}5. Dan: “Judge” (Gn. 30:3-6)6. Naphtali: “My wrestling” (Gn. 30:7-8)[Jacob:Zilpah] {Gn. 30:9}7. Gad: “Troop” or “Fortune” (Gn. 30:9-11)8. Asher: “Happy” (Gn. 30:12-13)[Jacob:Rachel] {Gn. 29:28-30}11. Joseph: “He Will Add” (Gn. 30:22-24) —————————————————————————————————————————————— 12. Benjamin: “Son of the Right Hand” (Gn. 35:16-18) (Renamed, Benjamin [“Son of the Right Hand”] by Jacobafter Rachel named him Ben-Oni [“Son of My Sorrow”] before expiring)[Abram (>Abraham):Hagar (Egyptian- Gn. 16:1)] {Gn. 16:3}Ishmael (Gn. 16:15):{
Wife
}The Twelve Princes Nebajoth (Gn. 25:13)Kedar (Gn. 25:13)Adbeel (Gn. 25:13)Mibsam (Gn. 25:13)Mishma (Gn. 25:14)Dumah (Gn. 25:14)Massa (Gn. 25:14)Hadar (Gn. 25:15)Tema (Gn. 25:15)Jetur (Gn. 25:15) Naphish (Gn. 25:15)Kedemah (Gn. 25:15) ——————————————————————————————————————————————— [Mahalath,
 f.
]:Esau (
ex
Isaac) {Gn. 28:9}[Basemath,
f.
] (Gn. 36:3, sic
1
):Esau (
ex
Isaac) {Gn. 36:2-3, sic
1
}[Abram (>Abraham):Keturah] {Gn. 25:1}Zimran (Gn. 25:2)Jokshan (Gn. 25:2)Sheba (Gn. 25:3)Dedan (Gn. 25:3)Asshurim (Gn. 25:3)Letushim (Gn. 25:3)Leummim (Gn. 25:3)Medan (Gn. 25:2)Midian (Gn. 25:2)Ephah (Gn. 25:4)Epher (Gn. 25:4)Hanoch (Gn. 25:4)Abidah (Gn. 25:4)Eldaah (Gn. 25:4)Ishbak (Gn. 25:2)Shuah (Gn. 25:2)[Nahor (Gn. 11:26):Milcah (
ex
Haran)] {Gn. 11:29}Huz (Gn. 22:21)Buz (Gn. 22:21)Kemuel (Gn. 22:21)Aram (Gn. 22:21)Chesed (Gn. 22:22)Hazo (Gn. 22:22)Pildash (Gn. 22:22)Jidlaph (Gn. 22:22)Bethuel (
“…the Syrian of Padan Aram”
) [Gn. 22:22; 25:20]
 
[Rebekah,
 f.
] (Gn. 22:23; 25:20):Isaac (
ex
Abraham)Laban (Gn. 25:20)[Nahor:
 Reumah
] {Gn. 22:24}Tebah (Gn. 22:24)Gaham (Gn. 22:24)Thahash (Gn. 22:24)Maachah (Gn. 22:24)Haran (Gn. 11:26)Lot (Gn. 11:27)Iscah (Gn. 11:29)Milcah,
 f.
(Gn. 11:29):Nahor (
ex
Terah)[Terah:{
Wife B
}]Sarai,
 f.
(>Sarah) (Gn. 20:12):Abram (>Abraham)Joktan (>Arabia) [Gn. 10:25]Almodad (Gn. 10:26)Sheleph (Gn. 10:26)Hazarmaveth (Gn. 10:26)Jerah (Gn. 10:26)Hadoram (Gn. 10:27)Uzal (Gn. 10:27)Diklah (Gn. 10:27)Obal (Gn. 10:28)Abimael (Gn. 10:28)Sheba (Gn. 10:28)Ophir (Gn. 10:29)Havilah (Gn. 10:29)Jobab (Gn. 10:29)Lud (>Lydia
 
) (Gn. 10:22)Aram (>Syria
 
) (Gn. 10:22)Uz (Gn. 10:23)Hul (Gn. 10:23)Gether (Gn. 10:23)Mash (Gn. 10:23)Ham (Gn. 5:32)Cush (Gn. 10:6)Seba (Gn. 10:7)Havilah (Gn. 10:7)Sabtah (Gn. 10:7)Raamah (Gn. 10:7)Sheba (Gn. 10:7)Dedan (Gn. 10:7)Sabtechah (Gn. 10:7) —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————  Nimrod (Gn. 10:8)Mizraim (Gn. 10:6)Ludim (Gn. 10:13)Anamim (Gn. 10:13)Lehabim (Gn. 10:13) Naphtuhim (Gn. 10:13)Pathrusim (Gn. 10:14)Casluhim (>Philistines) (Gn. 10:14)Caphtorim (Gn. 10:14)Put (Gn. 10:6)Canaan (>Jebusites
 
, Amorites, Girgashites, Hivites, Arkites, Sinites, Arvadites, Zemarites, Hamathites; Gn. 10:16-18) (Gn. 10:6)Sidon (Gn. 10:15)Heth (Gn. 10:15)Japheth (Gn. 5:32)Gomer (Gn. 10:2)Ashkenaz (>Scythians
 
) (Gn. 10:3)Riphath (Gn. 10:3)Togarmah (Gn. 10:3)Magog (Gn. 10:2)Madai (>Medes) (Gn. 10:2)Javan (>Greeks) (Gn. 10:2)Elishah (Gn. 10:4)Tarshish (Gn. 10:4)Kittim (>Cyprus
 
) (Gn. 10:4)Dodanim (Gn. 10:4)Tubal (Gn. 10:2)Meshech (Gn. 10:2)Tiras (Gn. 10:2)
1
There are dual accounts of Esau’s marriage to a woman named Basemath. The first account, identifying Basemath as the daughter to Elon, the Hittite, directly conflicts with the second record, which identifies her as the daughter of Ishmael, Abraham’s firstborn son.
2
The Samaritan Pentateuch omits “Chief Korah…” from the genealogy of Eliphaz (Gn. 36:16), while his name is given under the genealogy stemming from Aholibamah, Esau’s wife (Gn. 36:5,18).
3
The descendants of Seir, the Horite, in the land of Edom:Seir (
 NKR
)The Chiefs of the Horites (in the Land of Seir) (Gn. 36:29-30)Chief Lotan (Gn. 36:20)Hori (Gn. 36:22)Hemam (Gn. 36:22)
Timna, f.
(Gn. 36:22):Eliphaz (
ex
Esau) {Gn. 36:12} ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Chief Shobal (Gn. 36:20)Alvan (Gn. 36:23)Manahath (Gn. 36:23)

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