Matriarch Leah / לאה אמנו

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Leah / לאה .

Arabic: ليا ., Hebrew: לאה .
Also Known As: "Lea"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Haran, Padan-Aram
Death: Died in Hebron, Canaan, Palestine
Place of Burial: Machpelah, Hebron, Canaan
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Laban the Aramean and Adinah .
Wife of Patriarch Jacob / יעקב אבינו
Mother of Reuben .; Simeon .; Zebulun .; Issachar .; Dinah . and 4 others
Sister of Matriarch Rachel / רחל אמנו; Chorash; Beor and Alib
Half sister of Zilpah / זלפה . and Bilhah / בלהה .

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About Matriarch Leah / לאה אמנו

Wikipedia: Leah & לאה.

Leah was described as 'tender eyed'. Died sometime before Jacob's passing.

-------------------- born in 1862 BC Haran, Padan-Aram. Jacob, in the Old Testament, one of the Hebrew patriarchs, son of Isaac and Rebekah, and grandson of Abraham. After depriving his brother Esau of their father's blessing and of his birthright by trickery, Jacob fled to the house of his uncle, Laban, where he worked for many years, and married Laban's daughters, Leah and Rachel. His wives and their handmaidens, Zilpah and Bilhah, bore him 12 sons, who became the patriarchs of the 12 tribes of Israel. Leah bore Issachar, Judah, Levi, Reuben, Simeon, and Zebulun; Rachel bore Joseph and Benjamin; Zilpah bore Gad and Asher; and Bilhah bore Dan and Naphtali. The story of Jacob is told in Genesis 25-35. Outstanding events in Jacob's life were the vision (of "Jacob's ladder") and blessing received at Bethel (see Genesis 28:10-22) and the bestowal of the name Israel upon him by a divine adversary after they had struggled (see Genesis 32:24-32). As the figure of Esau is taken to represent the nation of Edom (see Genesis 36:8), so the figure of Jacob, or Israel, personifies the nation of Israel. Thus the prophet Hosea saw Jacob's experiences as typifying those of his people (see Hosea 12) around 1700 BC.

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Matriarch Leah / לאה אמנו's Timeline

-1829
-1829
Haran, Padan-Aram
-1828
-1828
Harran (Mesopotâmia)
-1827
-1827
Age 1
Padan-aram
-1826
-1826
Age 2
Padan-aram
-1818
-1818
Age 10
Padan-Aram
-1817
-1817
Age 11
Padan-aram
-1815
-1815
Age 13
Padan-aram
-1749
-1749
Age 79
Padan-Aram
-1745
-1745
Age 83
Hebron, Canaan, Palestine
-1565
-1565
Age 84
Padan-aram