Aclejam in the Conflict of Adam and Eve (p 68, ed. Dillmann), is the twin sister of Abel and wife of Seth; further on she appears as Lea. In the Ethiopic "Clementinum" she is called Aclemja (Dillmann, p. 139), and by other late writers, Greek, Syriac, and Hebrew (all of whom interchange her with her equally legendary sister Luva ), Climia, Chalmana, Calemora; and Caomena (ibid.; and Fabr. Cod. Pseudep. V. T. 2, 44).

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