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A place where the Israelites camped during their wilderness journey (Num 33:29–30). The Israelites camped at Hashmonah between their time at Mithkah and Moseroth.
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HASHMONAH (PLACE) [Heb hašmonâ (הַשְׁמָנָה)]. The 14th encampment of the Israelites, after leaving the Wilderness of Sinai, as listed in Num 33:29–30, where it is placed between Mithkah and Moseroth. The meaning of the site’s name is unknown and does not contribute to determining its location. Suggestions
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Hashmonah (Heb. ḥašmōnâ)One of the Israelites’ wilderness encampments between Mithkah and Moseroth (Num. 33:29–30). The name may derive from Heb. šmn, “to be fat,” suggesting an area of abundance. Asemona (biblical Azmon), ʿAin el-Qeṣeimeh (099008; 16 km. [10 mi.] NW of Kadesh-barnea), and Heshmon
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Hashmonah [hăsh mōˊnə] (Heb. ḥašmōnâ “fruitfulness”). A place where the Israelites stopped during the wilderness journey (Num. 33:29–30). Eusebius identifies Hashmonah with Asemona (biblical Azmon), in the vicinity of Kadesh-barnea (˓Ain Qedeis). Some scholars assign the ruins near ˓Ain el-Qeṣeimeh,
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