Keturah


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Keturah

(kētyo͞o`rə), in the Bible, mother of six sons of Abraham.
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(No.) But there are many intriguing leads (e.g., Abraham had a son named Midian with his later wife Keturah) in this minimally documented territory; and Friedman has to admit that he can't get beyond conjecture.
Chapter 25 begins when Abraham takes a new wife, Keturah (whom the midrashim identify as Hagar), and fathers six more sons, with Isaac as his sole designated heir.
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