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Wife of Lot
A woman who married Lot. She turned into a pillar of salt.
A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels: Aaron–Zion
Lot’s Wife
Lot’s Wife—to whom in Jewish tradition the name ערית Edith is given—is recorded in Gn 19 to have been turned into a pillar of salt as a result of her looking back upon Sodom while escaping to the mountain. Her fate, as one failing to escape imminent and foretold destruction, is referred to in Lk 17:32,
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
LOT’S WIFE [אֵשֶׁת־לֹטʾesheth-lot; γυνή Λώτ gynē Lōt]. Lot’s wife is first mentioned in Gen 19. Her origin is unknown, though she might have been from Sodom. The men of Sodom surround her home demanding Lot send out his guests. Lot offers their daughters to the crowd (Gen 19:4–9). The angels take
See also
Haran Father-In-Law
Lot Husband
Mother of Moab Daughter
Moab Grandson
Ben-ammi Grandson