Lot's wife  

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Lot (Bible), metamorphosis, petrification, looking back

Lot's wife is a biblical character, wife of Lot, nowhere in bible is Lot's wife mentioned by name. She was taken by angels from her house with her husband and two daughters after the destruction of Sodom. Against the advice of the angels, she looked back on Sodom, and was instantly turned into a pillar of salt.

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