In the Bible, Job's second daughter.

Second daughter *after* the rest of his kids were killed by Satan, that is. That's right, God blesses the man with more daughter's: *better* daughters. For Keziah is more beautiful than any others to be found in the land.

What makes Keziah and her sisters interesting, is that Job gives her and her sisters inheritances along with their brothers. A paradigm shift in patriarchal times!

That a man who discoursed with God would see fit to honour his daughters (in the oldest book of the bible) is often used to support the argument that God as he orignally revealed himself is not as misoginistic as religious leaders would later portray him.