[Abraham, Sarah, and the Angel] (Hebrew: princess)

Stepsister and wife of Abraham (Genesis 12:20). Her original name, Sarai, was changed by God's command (17). She gave birth to Isaac when she was 90 years of age, prevailed upon Abraham to expel Agar and Ismael (21) and died at the age of 127 in Hebron (23), where she was buried in the narrow cave of Macpelah.

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