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A place in southern Moab that is mentioned four times in prophetic oracles against Moab (Isa 15:5; Jer 48:3, 5, 34). It is also mentioned in a ninth-century inscription of Mesha, a Moabite king.
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Horonaim (hor´uh-nay´im), a Moabite city mentioned by both Isaiah (15:5) and Jeremiah (48:3, 5, 34). The Isaiah passage refers specifically to “the road to Horonaim” and 2 Sam. 13:34 also mentions “the Horonaim road,” which was by the side of a mountain; Jer. 48:34 speaks of “the ascent of Luhith” and
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HORONAIM. A town of Moab (Is. 15:5; Je. 48:3, 5, 34) which lay at the foot of a plateau close to Zoar. The *Moabite Stone refers to it in line 32. Some would identify it with el-‘Araq, 500 m below the plateau, where there are springs, gardens and caves. It may, however, be Oronae, taken from the Arabs
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Horonaim (Heb. ḥōrōnayim)A place in southern Moab mentioned in the oracles against Moab (Isa. 15:5; Jer. 48:3, 5, 34) and on the Moabite Stone. In Isaiah’s oracle the expression “road to Horonaim” is used parallel to the “ascent of Luhith.” This seems to indicate that Horonaim was located along a roadway
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