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Hazeroth
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hazeroth
Hazeroth (חֲצֵרוֹת‎, chatseroth). A place where the Israelites camped during their wilderness journey. (Num 11:35; 33:17; Deut 1:1). Miriam was stricken with leprosy there after she and Aaron spoke against Moses for having married a Cushite woman (Num 12:1–16).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Hazeroth (Place)
HAZEROTH (PLACE) [Heb hăṣērôt (הֲצֵרֹות)]. The book of Numbers records the departure of Israel from Mt. Sinai (chaps. 1–10), the journey from Sinai to Kadesh (chaps. 10–21), and the journey from there to Transjordan (21–36). The Israelites were led by the ark and the pillar of cloud. At Taberah,
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hazeroth
Hazeroth. Camp of the Israelites during their wanderings in the desert. It was the third camp from Mt Sinai (Nm 11:35; 12:16; 33:17, 18; Dt 1:1). Here Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses for marrying a Cushite woman and questioned whether God spoke only through Moses (Nm 12:1, 2). The site is probably
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hazeroth
Hazeroth ha-zēʹrōth, hazʹe-roth [Heb. aṣērôṯ—‘enclosures’]. An Israelite camp during the wilderness wanderings, the third from Sinai (Nu. 33:17f; 11:35; 12:16; Dt. 1:1). It was there that Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses’ marriage to the Cushite woman and against his position as the sole
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Hazeroth
HAZEROTH Camp of the Israelites during their wanderings in the desert. It was the third camp from Mt Sinai (Nm 11:35; 12:16; 33:17–18; Dt 1:1). Here Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses for marrying a Cushite woman and questioned whether God spoke only through Moses (Nm 12:1–2). The site is probably
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Hazeroth
Hazeroth (huh-zihr´oth), one of the camping places of the Israelites as they left Egypt. The biblical narrative locates Kibroth-hattaavah and Rithmah in the Wilderness of Paran (Num. 11:35; 33:17–18). At this site Aaron and Miriam criticized Moses’s actions and leadership; as a result Miriam was struck
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Hazeroth
HAZEROTH. The camping place of the Israelites leaving Kibroth-hattaavah (Num 11:35; 12:16; 33:17–18; Deut 1:1). It was there that Miriam and Aaron complained against Moses because of his marriage to a Cushite (Ethiopian) woman and because of his unique authority as mediator between God and the people
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Hazeroth
HAZEROTH. A stopping-place on the desert journey of the Israelites (Nu. 11:35; 33:17–18), where Miriam became a leper (Nu. 12:1–16; cf. Dt. 1:1). Generally identified with ‘Ayin Khodara, an oasis with a well on the way from Sinai to Aqabah. (*Encampment by the Sea.)C. de Wit.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hazeroth
Hazeroth (Heb. ḥăṣērôṯ)A location where the Israelites camped during the Exodus. Here Miriam and Aaron turned against Moses and Miriam was stricken with leprosy (Num. 12:1–16). The exact location is unknown, but Hazeroth was most probably on the eastern side of the Sinai Peninsula near the Gulf
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hazeroth
Hazeroth [hə zĭrˊŏth] (Heb. aṣērôṯ “settlements”). A place where the Israelites stopped during the wilderness journey. While here, Miriam and Aaron turned against Moses, for which Miriam was punished with leprosy (Num. 11:35; 12:1–10, 15–16; 33:17–18). Hazeroth may have been located at modern
The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land
Hazeroth
HAZEROTH One of the desert stations on the route of Exodus (Num. 11:35, etc.), where Miriam and Aaron spoke to Moses about the Ethiopian woman whom he had married (Num. 12:1). Identified with Ain Hadra by those who believe that the Israelites took a southerly route on their way from Egypt. The eastern
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Hazeroth
HAZEROTH A site where the Israelites halted during their Exodus from Egypt. At Hazeroth, Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses (Num 11:35–12:16; 23:17).