Joshua 191 The lot of Simeon;10 of Zebulun;17 of Issachar;24 of Asher;32 of Naphtali;40 of Dan.49 The children of Israel give an inheritance to Joshua. second lot.18:6-11within the.9; Ge 49:5-7 Beer-sheba, Sheba, and Moladah.15:28; Ge 21:31; 1Ch 4:28-30Bilhah, Ezem, Tolad, Bethuel.Ne 11:26-30 Hazar-shual.15:28,29 Eltolad.15:30Hormah.Jud 1:17 Ziklag.15:31; 1Sa 27:6; 30:1Hazar-susah.1Ch 4:31Hazar-susim. Beth-lebaoth.15:32 Ain.15:32Remmon.Nu 33:19,20; 1Ch 4:32Rimmon. Ether.15:42 Baalath-beer.1Ch 4:33Ramath.1Sa 30:27Ramoth. too much.Ex 16:18; 2Co 8:14,15therefore.1 third.18:6,11Zebulun.Ge 49:13; De 33:18,19 the river.The river Kishon, which empties itself into the Mediterranean near mount Carmel, in the vicinity of which Jokneam was situated. Jokneam.12:22; 1Ki 4:12; 1Ch 6:68Jokmeam. Chisloth-tabor.Called Chasalus by Eusebius and Jerome, and placed at the foot of mount Tabor, eight miles east of Diocæsarea. 22; Jud 4:6,12; Ps 89:12Daberath.Josephus, who calls this town Dabaritta, or Darabitta, places it in the plain of Jezreel, or Esdraelon, on the confines of Samaria and Galilee. It is probably the Dabira which Jerome place towards amount Tabor, in the district of Diocæsarea; and the Debora or Daboura, mentioned by travellers as a village at the foot of mount Tabor. 21:28Dabareh.1Ch 6:72Japhia.Probably Japha, a city of Galilee, near Jotapata, mentioned by Josephus. Gittah-hepher.Placed by Jerome two miles from Sephoris, or Diocæsarea, towards Tiberias. 2Ki 14:25Gath-hepher. methoar. or, which is drawn. 14 Kattath, etc.21:34,35; Jud 1:30Nahalol. Shimron.11:1; 12:20Beth-lehem.Ru 1:19; 2Sa 23:15; 2Ch 11:6 16 17 Jezreel.1Ki 21:1,15,16; 2Ki 8:29; 9:15,30; Ho 1:4,5Chesulloth.Probably the same as Chisloth-tabor. 12Shunem.1Sa 28:4; 1Ki 1:3; 2:17,21; 2Ki 4:8,12 Hapharaim.A town called Aiphraim, in the time of Eusebius, six miles north of Legio. Shihon.A town called Seon by Eusebius, at the foot of mount Tabor. 19 20 En-gannim.21:29 Tabor.12; Jud 4:6; 1Ch 6:77; Jer 46:18Beth-shemesh.38; 21:16; 1Sa 6:9-19; 1Ki 4:9; 2Ki 14:11-13 23 The lot Asher lay upon the coast of the great sea. We read of only one remarkable person of this tribe, and that was Anna, the prophetess, the daughter of Phanuel, a widow of about four-score and four years, which departed not from the temple, but served God with fastings and prayers night and day. Lu 2:26-38 Helkath.2Sa 2:16Beten.Probably the same as Bebeten or Batnai, mentioned by Eusebius, eight miles east from Ptolemais; and perhaps the Ecbatana which Pliny places not far from Ptolemais. Achshaph.11:1; 12:20 Misheal.Situated, according to Eusebius, near mount Carmel, on the sea coast. 21:30; 1Ch 6:74Marshal. Carmel.1Sa 15:12; 1Ki 18:20,42; So 7:5; Isa 33:9; 35:2; 37:24; Jer 46:18 Beth-dagon.1Sa 5:2Zebulun.Situated on the sea coast, near Ptolemais. valley.14Cabul.Supposed to be the same town which Josephus calls [Choboulo,] and which he says was situated near the sea side, near Ptolemais. 1Ki 9:13 Rehob.30Kanah.This seems a different Cana from that in Lower Galilee; and to be that which is placed in some maps east of Tyre, between Libanus and Antilibanus, and south of the river Cassimer, or Leitani. Joh 2:1,11; 4:46Cana. great.11:8; Jud 1:31; Isa 23:2,4,12 Ramah.Probably the Rama mentioned by Theodoret as a city of Syria; and placed in some maps between Sarepta and Sidon, eastward, near Lebanon. Tyre. Heb. Tzor.2Sa 5:11; Isa 23:1-18; Eze 26:1-28:26Achzib.Ge 38:5; Jud 1:31; Mic 1:14 Aphek.12:18; 13:4; 1Sa 4:1; 1Ki 20:30Rehob.28; 21:31; Nu 13:11 Ge 49:20; De 33:24,25 32 Zaanannim.Jud 4:11Zaanaim. turneth.De 33:23Aznoth-tabor.Apparently the same as Azanoth, which Eusebius places in the plain not far from Diocæsarea or Sephoris. 12,22Judah.As it is certain that the tribe of Naphtali did not border upon that of Judah, there being several tribes between, we should probably omit Judah, with the Septuagint; though it may have been a town so called. Hammath.Ge 10:18; Nu 13:21; 34:8; 34:8; 1Ki 8:65Hamath. Chinnereth.11:2Chinneroth.13:27; Mr 6:53Gennesaret. Hazor.11:1,20; 12:19 Kedesh.12:22; 20:7 Beth-anath.Eusebius mentions a town of the name of [Batanaian,] fifteen miles from Cæsarea. (Diocæsarea or Sephoris probably.) Beth-shemesh.22 39 40 Zorah.Situated on the frontiers of Dan and Judah, tens miles north from Eleutheropolis, towards Nicoplis, according to Eusebius, not far from Caphar Sorek. 15:33Zoreah.Jud 13:2,25; 16:31; 18:2; 1Ch 2:53; 2Ch 11:10Irshemesh.Supposed by some to be the same as Beth-shemesh in the tribe of Judah; but this latter city is evidently distinguished from it by being assigned by the tribe of Judah to the Levites. (ch. 21:16.) Ir-shemesh rendered [polis Sammaus] by the LXX., seems to be the same as Emmaus or Nicopolis, 22 miles south-east from Lydda, according to the Old Jerusalem Itinerary. Shaalabbin.Eusebius calls it [Salaba,] and places it in Samaria: and Jerome calls it Salebi, (Eze 48,) and joins it to Ajalon and Emmaus. Jud 1:35Shaalbim. Ajalon.This appears to be the Ajalon which Jerome places two miles from Nicopolis or Emmaus, in the road to Jerusalem. 10:12; 21:24; 1Sa 14:31 Thimnathah.Ge 38:12; Jud 14:1,2Timnath. Ekron.Ekron is placed by Eusebius between Ashdod and Jamnia, eastward; and probably the ruined village of Tookrair, mentioned by Dr. Richarson, situated on the top of a hill, and which he says seems to have been a place of considerable consequence, occupies its site. 15:45; 1Sa 5:10; Am 1:8 Gibbethon.21:23; 1Ki 15:27; 16:15Baalath.1Ki 9:18 Gath-rimmon.21:24 before. or, over against. Japho. or, Joppa.Jon 1:3; Ac 9:36,43; 10:8 the coast.Jud 1:34,35; 18:1-29called Leshem.Jud 18:7,27,29Laish. 48 gave.Eze 45:7,8 Timnath-serah.24:30; Jud 2:9Timnath-heres.1Ch 7:24 These are.14:1; Nu 34:17-29; Ps 47:3,4; Mt 20:23; 25:34; Joh 14:2,3; 17:2Heb 4:8,9in Shiloh.18:1,10; Ge 49:10; Jud 21:19,21; 1Sa 1:3; Ps 78:60; Jer 7:12-14
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