Joshua 171 The lot of Manasseh.7 His coast.12 The Canaanites not driven out.14 The children of Joseph obtain another lot. the firstborn.Ge 41:51; 46:20; 48:18; De 21:17Machir.Ge 50:23; Nu 26:29; 27:1; 32:39,40; Jud 5:14; 1Ch 2:23; 7:14,15Gilead.Nu 26:29; 32:33,40; De 3:13-15 the rest.Nu 26:29-32the children.Jud 6:11; 8:2; 1Ch 7:18Abiezer.Nu 26:30Jeezer. children of Asriel.Nu 26:31children of Hepher.Nu 26:32 Nu 26:33; 27:1; 36:2-11 Eleazar.14:1; Nu 34:17-29The Lord commanded.Nu 27:6,7; Ga 3:28 ten portions.As there were six sons and five daughters, among whom this division was to be made, there should be eleven portions: but Zelophehad, son of Hepher, having left five daughters in his place, neither he nor Hepher is reckoned. The lot of Manasseh therefore was divided into ten parts; five for the five sons of Gilead, Abiezer, Helek, Asriel, Shechem, and Shemida; and five for the five daughters of Zelophehad, Mahlah, Noah, Hoglah, Milcah, and Tirzah. 2,3,14beside.13:29-31; Nu 32:30-42 6 Asher.Eusebius says this was a town in his time not far from Neapolis, towards Scythopolis or Bethshan; between which towns it is also placed by the old Jerusalem Itinerary. Michmethah.Situated, probably, east of Shechem, though its precise situation, as well as that of many others, cannot, at this distance of time, be ascertained. Many of these towns were small, and we may rationally conclude, slightly built; and consequently have perished more than two thousand years ago. It would therefore be useless now to look for such places; though in many instances, their ancient names have been preserved, and their sites identified. Several towns even in England, mentioned by Cæsar and other ancient writers, are no longer discernible; several have changed their names, and not a few their situation. 16:6-8Shechem.20:7; 21:21; 24:1,32; Ge 34:2; 37:12,14; Jud 9:1; 1Ki 12:1,251Ch 6:67 of Tappuah.12:17; 15:34,53; 16:8 river Kanah. or, brook of reeds.The brook Kanah seem to be what is now called Nahr el Kasab, which falls into the Mediterranean a few miles south of Cæsarea of Palestine, mentioned by the Hon. C. L. Irby, and J. Mangles. 16:8these cities.16:9the out-goings.16:3,8; 19:29the sea. The Mediterranean. 10 Manasseh.16:9; 1Ch 7:29Beth-shean, the Scythopolis of the Greek and Roman writers, was situated in the plain of Jordan, west of that river, 120 furlongs (south) from Tiberias, according to Josephus, and 600 furlongs (north) from Jerusalem. (2 Mac 12:29.) It was the largest city of the Decapolis, and the only one on that side of Jordan. It is now called Bisan, 8 hours or 24 miles from Tiberias; and described by Dr. Richardson, exclusive of its ruins, as a "collection of miserable hovels, containing 200 inhabitants." 1Sa 31:10,12Beth-shan.1Ki 4:12Ibleam.2Ki 9:27; 1Ch 6:70Bileam.Dor.Dor, according to Eusebius, was situated on the Mediterranean, nine miles from Cæsarea Palestine, towards Carmel. The village of Tortura, four leagues north of Cæsarea, is supposed to nearly occupy it site. 12:23; Jud 1:27; 1Ki 4:11Endor.1Sa 28:7; Ps 83:10Taanach.12:21; Jud 5:19Megiddo.Jud 1:27; 5:19; 1Ki 4:12; 9:15; 2Ki 9:27; 23:29,30; 2Ch 35:22Zec 12:11 15:63; 16:10; Ex 23:29-33; Nu 33:52-56; Jud 1:27,28; Ro 6:12-14 waxen strong.Jud 1:28; 2Sa 3:1; Eph 6:10; Php 4:13; 2Pe 3:18put the.16:10; De 20:11-18; Jud 1:30,33,35; 2Ch 8:7,8 one lot.Ge 48:22; Nu 26:34-37; De 33:13-17a great.Ge 48:19; 49:22-26 If thou be.Lu 12:48the Perizzites.Ge 13:7; Ex 33:2; Ezr 9:1giants. or, Rephaims.Ge 14:5; 15:20; 2Sa 5:18,22 chariots.18; Jud 1:19; 4:3Beth-shean.11; 1Ki 4:12Jezreel.19:18; Jud 6:33; 1Ki 4:12; 18:46; 21:1,23; 2Ki 9:10,37; Ho 1:4,5 Thou art a great.14 the mountain.15; 15:9; 20:7for thou shalt.11:4-6; 13:6; Nu 14:6-9; De 20:1-4; Ps 27:1,2; Isa 41:10-16Isa 51:12,13; Ro 8:31,37; Heb 13:6
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