Awan

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Awan was the second daughter of Adam and Eve in the Abrahamic religions. Awan was also the sister-wife of Cain. Although Awan was first paired in a sibcestual pairing with Abel, after Abel was killed by her twin Cain, her marriage to him became a twincestual marriage.[1]

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  1. Amaru, Betsy Halpern. "The First Woman, Wives, and Mothers in" Jubilees"." Journal of Biblical literature 113.4 (1994): 609-626.