Places Study on Valley of Mizpeh

Places Study on Valley of Mizpeh

Joshua 11: And the LORD delivered them into the hand of Israel, who smote them, and chased them unto great Zidon, and unto Misrephothmaim, and unto the valley of Mizpeh eastward; and they smote them, until they left them none remaining.

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Jabin - Joshua suddenly fell upon them and "chased them unto great Zidon (then the metropolis of Phoenicia, but later in David's time outstripped by Tyre), and Misrephoth Maim and unto the Valley of Mizpeh eastward, until they left them none remaining
Mizpah, Mizpeh - Valley of Mizpeh to which Joshua chased the allies
Mizpah - The Valley of Mizpeh, Joshua 11:3; Joshua 11:8, whither the confederate hosts were pursued by Joshua; perhaps the modern Bukaʾa, the great country of Cœle-Syria, between Lebanon and Anti-Lebanon
Mizpah, Mizpeh - The account of Joshua's encounter with Jabin, king of Hazor (Joshua 11:1 ) refers to “the land of Mizpah” (Joshua 11:3 ) and “the Valley of Mizpeh” (Joshua 11:8 ), a region in north Palestine, the location of which is unknown
Miz'Pah - (Joshua 11:3 ) No other mention is found of this district in the Bible, unless it be identical with -- ... The Valley of Mizpeh, to which the discomfited hosts of the same confederacy were chased by Joshua, (Joshua 11:8 ) perhaps identical with the great country of Coele-Syria