In Esther 1:9 we read, “ושתי המלכה עשתה משתי נשים” Vashti the queen was made of two women. Aside from being biologically surprising, what are the consequences of this in our understanding of the Megilla?
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One consequence is that Achashverosh had two mothers-in-law. This is further evidenced by the fact that the megilla provides both their names: