1 When Luluwa heard Qayin’s words, she wept and went to call her father and mother, and told them how Qayin had killed his brother Heḇel.
2 Then they all cried aloud and lifted up their voices, and slapped their faces, and threw dust upon their heads, and ripped their garments apart, and went out and came to the place where Heḇel was killed.
3 And they found him lying on the earth, killed, and beasts were around him. They wept and cried because he was a just person. Because his body was pure, from it went forth a smell of sweet spices.
4 And Aḏam carried him as Aḏam’s tears streaming down his face; and he went to the Cave of Treasures, where he laid Heḇel, and Aḏam wound him up with sweet spices and myrrh.
5 And Aḏam and Ḥawwah continued in great grief by the burial site for a hundred and forty days. Heḇel was fifteen and a half years old, and Qayin seventeen years and a half.
6 When the mourning for his brother was ended, Qayin took his sister Luluwa and married her, without permission from his father and mother. Because of their heavy hearts they could not keep him from her.
7 He then went down to the foot of the mountain, away from the garden, near the place where he had killed his brother.
8 And in that place were many fruit trees and forest trees. His sister gave birth to his children, who in their turn began to multiply by degrees until they filled that place.
9 But Aḏam and Ḥawwah did not come together for seven years after Heḇel’s funeral. After this, however, Ḥawwah conceived. And while she was with child Aḏam said to her, “Come, let us take an offering and offer it up unto Elohim and ask Him to give us a beautiful child in whom we may find comfort, and whom we may join in marriage to Heḇel’s sister.”
10 Then they prepared an offering and brought it up to the altar, and offered it before 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄, and began to ask Him to accept their offering and to give them a good offspring.
11 And Elohim heard Aḏam and accepted his offering. Then, Aḏam, Ḥawwah and their daughter worshipped, and came down to the Cave of Treasures and placed a lamp in it by the body of Heḇel to burn by the body, night and day.
12 Then Aḏam and Ḥawwah continued fasting and praying until Ḥawwah’s time came that she should be delivered, when she said to Aḏam, “I wish to go to the cave in the rock, to give birth in it.”
13 And he said, “Go, and take your daughter with you to wait on you; but I will remain in this Cave of Treasures before the body of my son Heḇel.”
14 Then Ḥawwah listened to Aḏam, and she and her daughter left, but Aḏam remained by himself in the Cave of Treasures.