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A village that the prophet Isaiah said the Assyrians would attack (Isa 10:31). Based on the context of Isa 10:31 and the other places mentioned in the wider passage, it seems that Madmenah was north of Jerusalem.
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MADMENAH (PLACE) [Heb madmēnâ (מַדְמֵנָה)]. One of the places N of Jerusalem named by the prophet Isaiah in his vision of the Assyrian march against Jerusalem (Isa 10:31). Mentioned after Anathoth (2.5 miles NE of Jerusalem) and before Nob (1.5 miles N–NE of Jerusalem), Madmenah was close to the N
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Madmenah (Heb. maḏmēnâ)A site mentioned only in Isa. 10:31 in relation to the prophet’s prediction of the Assyrian campaign against Jerusalem. It is listed between Anathoth (4 km. [2.5 mi.] NE of Jerusalem) and Gebim (2.5 km. [1.5 mi.] NNE of Jerusalem). Some have identified this site as modern Shuʿfat
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MADME´NAH (mad-mēʹna; “dunghill”). A town (Isa. 10:31) named on the route of the Assyrian invaders, N of Jerusalem, between Nob and Gibeah. The same word in Isa. 25:10 is rendered “manure pile,” but the verse may mean “that Moab will be trodden down by Jehovah as straw is trodden to fragments on the