Aclima according to some religious traditions was the twin sister of Cain and wife of Abel. According to Islamic and rabbinic tradition, a marriage between Aclima and Abel was proposed and arranged by their father Adam. In order to commence contentment from Aclima's twin sister, Adam (their father) suggested that a sacrifice be made, yet sacrifice was subsequently rejected by God. The reason behind the commotion was that Cain viewed Aclima as being aesthetically more attractive than Lusia. Alternative transliterations of her name include Aclimah, Aclimia, Aclimiah, Klimia, and in Eastern Orthodox traditions Calmana or Calmanna.
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