The sons of Dan: Hushim.
The sons of Naftali: Yachtze'el, Guni, Yetzer and Shillem.
These were the sons of Bilhah, whom Lavan gave to Rachel his daughter; she bore them to Ya'akov - in sum, seven people.
All the people belonging to Ya'akov coming into Egypt, his direct descendants (not counting Ya'akov's sons' wives), totaled sixty-six.
The sons of Yosef, born to him in Egypt, were two in number. Thus all the people in Ya'akov's family who entered Egypt numbered seventy.
Ya'akov sent Y'hudah ahead of him to Yosef, so that the latter might guide him on the road to Goshen; thus they arrived in the land of Goshen.
Yosef prepared his chariot and went up to Goshen to meet Isra'el his father. He presented himself to him, embraced him and wept on his neck for a long time.
Then Isra'el said to Yosef, "Now I can die, because I have seen your face and seen that you are still alive."
Yosef said to his brothers and his father's family, "I'm going up to tell Pharaoh. I'll say to him, 'My brothers and my father's family, who were in the land of Kena'an, have come to me.
The men are shepherds and keepers of livestock; they have brought their flocks, their herds and all their possessions.'
Now when Pharaoh summons you and asks, 'What is your occupation?'