Cain in Smiths Bible Dictionary
(possession). Gen. 4. He was the eldest son of Adam and Eve;
he followed the business of agriculture. In a fit of jealousy,
roused by the rejection of his own sacrifice and the
acceptance of Abel's, he committed the crime of murder, for
which he was expelled from Eden, and led the life of an exile.
He settled in the land of Nod, and built a city, which he
named after his son Enoch. His descendants are enumerated
together with the inventions for which they were remarkable.
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