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One of the stopping points during the wilderness wanderings of the Israelites, immediately preceding Ezion-geber on the eastern arm of the Red Sea (Num 33:34–35).
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ABRONAH (PLACE) [Heb ʿabrōnâ (עַבְרֹנָה)]. An Israelite camp-site on the exodus itinerary, located between the stations of Jotbathah and Ezion-geber, N of the Gulf of ʿAqaba (Num 33:34–35; see Deut 2:8; 10:6–7). The historical location of the site of Abronah remains uncertain, as do most of the sites
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ABRO´NAH (ab-rōʹna; “passage”). The thirtieth station of the Israelites on their way from Egypt to Canaan (Num. 33:34–35). Since it lay near Ezion-geber on the W as they left Jotbathah, it was probably in the plain “Kâ´a en-Năkb,” immediately opposite the pass of the same name at the head of the Elamitic