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Hill Country of Naphtali
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hill Country of Naphtali
Naphtali, Hill Country of A region controlled by the tribe of Naphtali. The location of Kedesh (Josh 20:7). A larger portion of Naphtali’s territory is mountainous and could be described as hill country.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Naphtali, Mount of
Naphtali, Mount of. Hill country comprising the majority of Naphtali’s territory, in which the town of Kedesh was set apart as a city of refuge (Jos 20:7).See Cities of Refuge; Naphtali, Tribe of.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Naphtali, Mount
Naphtali, Mount [Heb har nap̱tālî] (Josh. 20:7, AV); RSV, NEB, “hill country of Naphtali.” This was the most northerly of the three parts into which the western range of Palestine was divided, the other two being “Mt.” Judah and “Mt.” Ephraim, named after the tribe that mainly occupied them.D. Pecota
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Naphtali, Mount of
NAPHTALI*, MOUNT OF Hill country comprising the majority of Naphtali’s territory, in which the town of Kedesh was set apart as a city of refuge (Jos 20:7).See also Cities of Refuge; Naphtali, Tribe of.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Naphtali Mount
Naph´tali, Mount, the mountainous district which formed the main part of the inheritance of Naphtali, Josh. 20:7, answering to “Mount Ephraim” in the centre and “Mount Judah” in the south of Palestine.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Naphtali, Hill Country of
NAPHTALI, HILL COUNTRY OF. The mountainous district that formed the main part of the territory of Naphtali (Josh. 20:7), similar to that of Ephraim and Judah.bibliography: Y. Aharoni, The Settlement of the Israelite Tribes in Upper Galilee (1947).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Naphtali, Mount
NAPHTALI, MOUNT [NAF tuh lie] — KJV words for the mountains of Naphtali (Josh. 20:7).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
NAPHTALI, MOUNT
NAPHTALI, MOUNTהַר נַפְתָּלִיע, har naphtali]; [ἐν τω̦̂ ὄρει τω̦̂ Νεφθαλεί, en to orei to Nephthalei]): This was the most northerly of the three divisions of the Western Range, which derived their names from those of the tribes holding chief sway over them - Mt. Judah, Mt. Ephraim, and, Mt. Naphtali