Joshua 121 The two kings whose countries Moses took and disposed of.7 The one and thirty kings on the other side of Jordan which Joshua smote. on the other.1:15; 22:4from the.Nu 21:13,24; De 2:24; Jud 11:18; Isa 16:2unto the mount.11:3,17; De 3:8,9; 4:48; Ps 133:3 Sihon.Nu 21:23-30; De 2:24-37; 3:6-17; Ne 9:22; Ps 135:11; 136:19,20Jabbok.Ge 32:22; Jud 11:13,22 sea of Chinneroth.This inland sea, or rather lake, which drives its several names, the Lake of Tiberias, Sea of Galilee, Lake of Gennesareth, from the territory which forms its western and south-western border, is computed to be between seventeen and eighteen miles in length, and from five to six in breadth. The waters of this lake, which are sweet and agreeable, lie in a deep basin, surrounded with lofty hills, except at the north and south, where it is a plain country or level. There is a current through the whole lake even to the shore; and the Jordan through it is discernible by the smoothness of the surface in that part. Its appearance from the north- western extremity is said by Mr. Buckingham to be exceedingly grand; but the barren aspect of the mountains on each side, and the total absence of wood, give a cast of dullness to the picture. 11:2; De 3:17; Joh 6:1Sea of Tiberias. the sea.3:16; 15:2,5; Ge 14:3; 19:25; De 3:17Beth-jeshimoth.13:20the south. or, Teman. Ashdoth-pisgah. or, the springs ofPisgah, or, the hill. Nu 21:20; De 3:17; *marg:De 4:49 the coast.Nu 21:33-35; De 3:1-7,10the remnant.13:12; De 3:11dwelt.De 1:4 Hermon.1; 11:3; De 3:8,9; 4:47,48Salcah.13:11; De 3:10unto the.De 3:14; 1Sa 27:8; 2Sa 3:3; 13:37; 15:8; 23:34; 2Ki 25:23 did Moses.Nu 21:24-35gave it.13:8-32; Lu 22:29-42; De 3:11-17 on this side.1; 3:17; 9:1Baal-gad.11:17; 13:5Seir.Ge 14:6; 32:3; 36:8,20,30; De 2:1,4Joshua gave.1:3,4; 11:23; 13:1-19:51; De 11:23,24 the mountains.10:40; 11:16the Hittites.9:1; Ge 15:18-21; Ex 3:8; 23:23,28-31; De 7:1; 9:1 Jericho.6:2-21Ai.8:1,17,29-35 Jerusalem.10:23Hebron.10:3,23,36,37 Jarmuth.Placed by Eusebius and Jerome four miles from Eleutheropolis, near Eshtaol; but, in Jermus, which is probably the same, they state it to be ten miles from Eleutheropolis, towards Jerusalem; which is supposed to be nearer the truth. 10:3-23Lachish.Eusebius and Jerome say it was a village in their time, seven miles south from Eleutheropolis. 10:3,23,31,32 Eglon.10:3,23; 15:39Gezer.Gezer appears to have situated in the tribe of Ephraim, near Beth-horon, between it and the sea. Eusebius and Jerome place it four miles north of Nicopolis or Emmaus. 10:33 Debir.10:3,38Geder.15:36 Hormah.Nu 14:45; 21:3Arad.Eusebius places this city in the neighbourhood of Kadesh, four miles from Malathis, and twenty from Hebron. Nu 21:1 Libnah.Eusebius and Jerome inform us, that Libnah was a town or village in their time, lying in the district of Eleutheropolis. 10:29,30Adullam.1Sa 22:1 Makkedah.10:28Beth-el.8:17; Ge 12:8; 28:19; Jud 1:22 Tappuah.15:34Hepher.19:13; 1Ki 4:10 Aphek.19:30; 1Sa 4:1Lasharon. or, Sharon.Isa 33:9 Madon.11:1Hazor.11:1,10,11; Jud 4:2 Shimron-meron.11:1; 19:15Achshaph.11:1; 19:25 Taanach.17:11; Jud 5:19Megiddo.1Ki 4:12; 2Ki 23:29,30 Kedesh.15:23; 19:37; 21:32Jokneam.19:11Carmel.15:55; 1Sa 25:2; Isa 35:2 Dor.11:2; 17:11the nations.Ge 14:1,2; Isa 9:1Gilgal.4:19; 5:9,10 Tirzah.1Ki 16:23; 2Ki 15:14
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