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Asenath .

Hebrew: אסנת ., Bosnian: Kći onskog svećenika Poti-Fere
Also Known As: "Tuya", "Asenath", "אסנת", "Tjuyu"
Birthplace: Egypt
Death: Died in Egypt
Place of Burial: Egypt
Immediate Family:

Biological daughter of Shechem . and Dinah .
Adopted daughter of Potiphar . and Zuleika .
Wife of Joseph, Vizier of Egypt
Mother of Ephraim .; Menashe .; Tribe Members . and Anan Chancellor of Joseph bin Joseph of Joseph
Sister of Rahman; Maisya and Rahmat
Half sister of Sarasadai .

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About Asenath .

Genesis 41:45, 50 and Genesis 46:20

Wikipedia: Asenath & אסנת

Apocryphal book Joseph and Aseneth.

Asenath was the daughter born to Dina, after she was raped by Shechem (Pirke De-Rabbi Eliezer 38). She found her way to Egypt and was adopted by Poti-phera and his barren wife. She later married her uncle Joseph.

Joseph:69 For, behold, ye see that out of my humility and long-suffering I took unto wife the daughter of the priest of Heliopolis.

Birth: abt 1830 BCE.

Burial: Field of Mach-pelah,Hebron (Kirjatharba),Land of Canaan

Note: She became Joseph's wife when the Pharaoh awarded her to Joseph forhis impressive interpretation of the Pharaoh's dreams. She was made thesubject of many romantic stories.

adopted by potifar and zulicha

  1. Marriage 1 High Priest of Min Yuya b: in 1800 B.C. in Egypt


  1.  Anen
  2.  Vizier of the Pharoah Ay

Marriage 2 King of Egypt Joseph 'The Vizier' b: in Abt 1862 BC


  1. Tiye-Nefertari b: in Egypt
  2. Pharaoh of Egypt Aye Amunphis b: in Egypt
  3.  Ephraim Ben Joseph b: in Egypt


Asenat era hija de Potifera, sacerdote de On. Sus dos hijos nacieron en Egipto. Los descendientes de Raquel fueron catorce personas en total. (Gén. 46:19-22).

The Lost Gospel is an interpretation of a 6th century Syriac text called "Joseph and Aseneth" and several accompanying cover letters discovered in the British Library.