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Kenan

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Relatives  Seth (grandfather)
Spouse  Mualeleth
Parents  Enos, Noam
Died  2526 BC
Children  Mahalalel, Rashujal
Grandchildren  Jared, Danel, Baraka
Similar  Enos, Seth, Arpachshad, Enoch

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Kenan (also spelled Qenan, Kainan or Cainan) (Hebrew: קֵינָן,  Keinan,  Qênān; "possession; smith") was a Biblical patriarch first mentioned in the Hebrew Bible Book of Genesis as living before the Great Flood. He is also mentioned in the Genealogy of Jesus in Luke 3:36-37. Additionally, Kenan is also mentioned in Islam in the various collections of tales of the pre-Islamic prophets, which honor him in an identical manner. Furthermore, early Islamic historians like Ibn Ishaq and Ibn Hisham always included his name in the genealogy of the Prophet Muhammad.

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A second, postdiluvian Cainan is mentioned in the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Book of Genesis, in the Book of Jubilees and in the Genealogy of Jesus in Luke 3.

According to Genesis 5:9-14, Kenan was a son of Enosh and a grandson of Seth. Born when Enosh was ninety years old, Kenan fathered Mahalalel when he was seventy. Other sons and daughters were born to Kenan before he died at 910 years of age.

According to the Book of Jubilees, Kenan's mother was Noam, wife and sister of Enosh; and Kenan's wife, Mualeleth, was his sister.

Family Tree

The following family tree has been constructed from a variety of biblical and extra-biblical sources.

References

Kenan Wikipedia


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