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  • Joseph, Vizier of Egypt, Prophet (-1814 - -1704)
    Genesis 30:22-24 his birth.* Genesis 41:50-52 Birth of his two sons, Manasseh & Ephraim. Joseph or Yosef was the eleventh of Jacob's twelve sons in the Book of Genesis and Rachel's firstborn. Joseph wa...
  • Ephraim . (-1763 - d.)
    Genesis 41:50-52 - Him and his brother are born before the famine in Egypt.* Genesis 48:14-20 - The brothers are blessed by Jacob, before he dies.* 1 Chronicles 7:20-23 Wikipedia: Ephraim & אפרים.
  • St. Mary Magdalene (aft.-10 - c.63)
    Sources say two things: both that Jesus had a wife and children, and also that Jesus had no wife! Mary Magdalene or Mary of Magdala (original Greek Μαρία ἡ Μαγδαληνή) is described, in the New Testament...
  • Jesus (c.-4 - c.33)
    Parents, marriage and other relations:* Jesus .* Genealogy of Jesus .More resources at the bottom. For speculative genealogies of Jesus, please see the project: Jesus of Nazareth- Speculative Genealogi...
  • Herod the Great, King of Judea (-73 - -4)
    (pretty neat!)==Herod "the Great" or Herod "the Impious"==King Herod was known to the Romans as "the Great", but in the eyes of the people over whom he ruled he was always known as "the Impious", despi...

Bible Genealogy is a collection of the genealogies found in the Bible and the Scriptures---from Adam to Jesus Christ. - Please feel free to add information to this project.

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The following profiles are a few useful Bible notables. There is also the Bible Tree Cheat Sheet, which lists the entire "main line" line (54 generations) of the Biblical tree from Adam until Zerubbabel.

Tree Connections to other projects

Additional "edges" of this tree are the Ancient or European Royalty lineages, that connect to it at various points. Such as: