Lot's wife

Lot's wife
Lot's wife
in the Old Testament of the Bible, a woman who was turned into a ↑pillar (=a tall upright block) of salt by God, because she disobeyed his command not to look back when she and her family were escaping from Sodom, the city that God was going to destroy

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