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Encampment by the Red Sea
Encampment by the Sea
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Encampment by the Red Sea
Encampment by the Red Sea According to the version of the wanderings of Israel given in Nu. 33, they “encamped by the Red Sea” (v 10) after leaving Elim and before entering the Wilderness of Sin. See Wanderings of Israel.
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Encampment By the Sea
ENCAMPMENT BY THE SEA. The place where the Israelites camped by the sea and made the crossing (Ex. 13:18; 14:2) has been the subject of much controversy during the last 100 years. The question is inseparable from that of the location of such places as Baal-zephon, Etham, Migdol, Pihahiroth, Sea of Reeds
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ENCAMPMENT BY THE RED SEA
ENCAMPMENT BY THE RED SEAAccording to the version of the wanderings of Israel given in Numbers 33, they “encamped by the Red Sea” (verse 10) after leaving Elim and before entering the Wilderness of Sin.See WANDERINGS OF ISRAEL.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 2, D–G
Encampment by the Sea
encampment by the sea. The night before God’s miraculous destruction of the Egyptian chariot force in the Red Sea, the Israelites were instructed “to encamp by the sea,” more specifically, near Pi Hahiroth, Migdol, and Baal Zephon (Exod. 14:2). As in the case of other sites of the early exodus, the location
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Encampment by the Red Sea
ENCAMPMENT BY THE RED SEA: According to the version of the wanderings of Israel given in Nu 33, they “encamped by the Red Sea” (ver 10) after leaving Elim and before entering the Wilderness of Sin. See Wanderings or Israel.