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A pool near the fountain gate that Nehemiah passed on his survey of the destroyed walls of Jerusalem (Neh 2:14).
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King’s Pool (Place)
KING’S POOL (PLACE) [Heb bĕrēkat hammelek (בְּרֵכַת הַמֶּלֶך)]. According to Neh 2:14, the King’s Pool was in the vicinity of the Fountain Gate, which from its name is to be connected with a source of water, no doubt the spring En-rogel in the Kidron Valley. The Water Gate was farther N in the vicinity
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King’s PoolA pool (Heb. bĕrēḵaṯ hammeleḵ) mentioned in relation to the Fountain Gate, probably to be identified with the spring En-rogel (Bir Ayub) at the junction of the Kidron and Hinnom valleys (Neh. 2:14). Excavations by Kathleen M. Kenyon suggest that this pool is to be identified either with
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