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Matthias Stom, Esau [right] sellin his birthricht tae Jacob or The Lentil Stew, 17t century

Esau (Ebreu: עֵשָׂו, Modren ʿĒsáv, Tiberian ʿĒśaw, ISO 259-3 ʕeśaw; Greek: Ἡσαῦ Hēsau; Laitin: Hesau, Esau; Arabic: عِيسُو‘Īsaw; meanin "hairy"[1] or "roch"[2]), in the Ebreu Bible, is the aulder son o Isaac. He is mentioned in the Beuk o Genesis,[3] an bi the prophets Obadiah[4] an Malachi.[5]

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  1. Easton, M. Illustrated Bible Dictionary, (ISBN 1596059478, ISBN 978-1-59605-947-4, 2006, p. 236
  2. Mandel, D. The Ultimate Who's Who in the Bible, (ISBN 0882703722.ISBN 978-0-88270-372-5), 2007, p. 175
  3. Genesis 25
  4. Obadiah 1:8–21
  5. Malachi 1:2,3