The pseudepigraphacalBook of Jubilees provides names for a host of otherwise unnamed biblical characters, including wives for most of the antediluvianpatriarchs. The last of these is Noah’s wife, to whom it gives the name of Emzara. Other Jewish traditional sources contain many different names for Noah’s wife.
The Book of Jubilees says that Awan was Adam and Eve‘s first daughter. Their second daughter Azura married Seth. For many of the early wives in the series, Jubilees notes that the patriarchs married their sisters.
The Cave of Treasures and the earlier Kitab al-Magall (part of Clementine literature) name entirely different women as the wives of the patriarchs, with considerable variations among the extant copies.
The Muslim historian Ibn Ishaq (c. 750), as cited in al-Tabari (c. 915), provides names for these wives which are generally similar to those in Jubilees, but he makes them Cainites rather than Sethites, despite clearly stating elsewhere that none of Noah’s ancestors were descended from Cain.