13 Joseph brought his two sons to Jacob, with Ephraim toward Jacob's left hand, and Manasseh toward his right. 14 But Jacob put his right hand on the Ephraim's head, and his left hand on Manasseh's. (Manasseh was the older son.) And he blessed them.
17 When Joseph saw that Jacob put his right hand on the wrong head, he tried to reverse Jacob's hands, saying,
18 You've messed up the blessing, father. Put your right hand on the firstborn's head.
33 After Jacob stopped talking, he gathered his feet into the bed, and died.
501 Joseph fell on his father's face and wept. 2 He commanded the physicians to embalm Jacob's body. 3 It took forty days to embalm the body, after which the Egyptians mourned for another seventy days.
13 Jacob's sons returned his body to Canaan, and he was buried in the cave of the field of Machpelah.
Joseph's brothers apologize to Joseph
15 After their father Jacob died, Joseph's brothers worried about what Joseph would do to them.
16 So they sent a messenger to Joseph, saying, "We're sorry. Please forgive us."
God calls Jacob "Jacob", though he said in Genesis 32:28 and 35:10 that he would no longer be called Jacob but Israel.
Judah said to his father (46:3)
Judah was the fourth of the six sons of Jacob and Leah (Genesis 29:35). After Jacob's two sons (Er and Onan) were killed by God, he had sex with his Er's wife (his daughter-in-law) and then ordered her to be burned to death for it - until she exposed him as the man she had sex with. (See Genesis 38 for the sordid details.)
There were a total of seventy people in Jacob's family when they came to Egypt. (46:27)
All of the "souls" in Jacob's family that traveled to Egypt are listed in verses 8-28. When I counted them, I came up with 72, not 70. But then Jacob and Joseph were included in the list, so if you exclude them, the number of "souls" is seventy. Only one female is included in the list - Dinah. I guess she was the only female that had a soul - as far as the Bible is concerned anyway.
Put your hand under my thigh and promise (47:29)
Joseph swears by putting his hand under Jacob's thigh (a euphemism for holding his testicles in his hand).
See Gen 24:2 where Abraham makes his servant put his hand under Abraham's thigh while swearing he won't let Isaac marry a Canaanite.