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Ashkelon . Eshkalonite . Benjamin group A; important cities: Bethel, Jericho; southern border of Benjamin and northern border of Judah; closest to the Jordan river. Reuben on the east side of the Jordan; not far from Jericho? Gebal . Giblite, Gebalite . Benjamin group B; important cities: Gibeon, Ramah, Mizpeh, Jerusalem; a levitical city; a city of Gibeonites alongside Chephirah, Beeroth and Kirjath-jearim; a big city, yet not a royal city of Canaanites. Ephraim southern border city closest to the Mediterranean Sea; a levitical city; not far from Lachish.
Ziph [of Judah 1]. Judah important cities: Hebron; Caleb's inheritance, not far from Debir; a city of refuge; a levitical city for Kohathites; one of the cities in the Jerusalem coalition: Jerusalem, Hebron, Jarmuth, Lachish, Eglon. Judah southwestern territory bordering Edom; group A, important cities: Beersheba, Hormah, Ziklag; southern border, to the east of Kadesh-Barnea. Naphtali south-western corner? Jebus . Jebusi, Ha-Jebusi . Judah northern border, west or north-west of Ekron, between mount Baalah and the Mediterranean Sea. Japhleti, Ha-Japhleti . These attacks on the Bible are a part of a sweeping movement in western culture.
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