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Lehun
Excerpt from the Lexham Bible Dictionary, the most advanced Bible dictionary.
(also known as Al-Lahun and Khirbet Lahun). Site in central Jordan associated with the biblical land of Moab, where the Israelites camped after their wilderness journey. Lehun is in modern Jordan’s Madaba district on the northern plateau of the Wadi Mujib, site of the Arnon River (Swinnen, “Iron I Settlement,” 29; Homès-Fredericq and Hennessy, Lehun, 275).
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Lehun
Lehun (also known as Al-Lahun and Khirbet Lahun). Site in central Jordan associated with the biblical land of Moab, where the Israelites camped after their wilderness journey. Lehun is in modern Jordan’s Madaba district on the northern plateau of the Wadi Mujib, site of the Arnon River (Swinnen, “Iron
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Lehun
LEHUN (M.R. 231097). A site located in the Madaba district (biblical Moab), on the N plateau of the Wadi Mojib (biblical Arnon), 7 km SE of Dhiban (biblical Dibon) and 3 km E of Ara’ir (biblical Aroer). The site, measuring 1100 m (N–S) by 600 m (E–W), has been excavated by a Belgian team directed by