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The Valley of Hamon-Gog is the burial site for the slaughtered armies of Gog, mentioned in Ezekiel’s prophecy (Ezek 39:11–15).
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HAMON-GOG (PLACE) [Heb hamôn-gôg (הַמֹון־גֹּוג)]. The name, translated as “the multitude of Gog,” of a valley described in Ezek 39:11, 15. Of uncertain location, Hamon-Gog was prophesied as a place for the massive burial of Gog, chief prince of Meshech and Tubal, and the multitudes that followed him.
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Hamon-Gog (Heb. hămôn gôg̱)The name given in Ezek. 39:11, 15 to the Valley of the Travelers where the slain armies of Gog will be interred at the latter days. The name of the valley (“Valley of the Hordes of God”) seems intended to recall the “valley of the sons of Hinnom” in Jerusalem where sacrifice
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