Wives Aboard Noah's Ark

Wives Aboard Noah's Ark

Although the Book of Genesis in the Bible does not give any further information about the four women it says were aboard Noah's Ark during the Flood, there exist substantial extra-Biblical traditions regarding these women and their names.

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