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Mount Shepher
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Mount Shepher
Shepher, Mount (הַר שֶׁפֶר‎, har shepher). A mountain where the Israelites camped during their wilderness wanderings (Num 33:23–24).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Shepher, Mount (Place)
SHEPHER, MOUNT (PLACE) [Heb har-šeper (הַר־שֶׁפֶר)]. One of the camping sites of the Israelites as they journeyed through the wilderness (Num 33:23, 24). Its exact location is unknown, as are the locations of most of these sites. Noth (Numbers OTL) suggests that it is part of a “document” of the wilderness
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Shapher
Shapher. kjv form of Shepher, the name of an unidentified mountain, in Numbers 33:23, 24.See Shepher, Mount.
Shepher, Mount
Shepher, Mount. Temporary camping place for the Israelites during their wilderness wanderings. Mt Shepher was located between Kehelathah and Haradah (Nm 33:23, 24, kjv Shapher) Its location is unknown.See Wilderness Wanderings.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Shepher
Shepher shēʹfər MOUNT [Heb. šep̱er—‘beauty’] (Nu. 33:23f); AV, NEB SHAPHER. A mountain at which the Israelites encamped during their wilderness journey (see Wanderings of Israel), located between Kehelathah and Haradah. The site is otherwise unknown.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Shapher
SHAPHER* kjv form of Shepher, the name of an unidentified mountain, in Numbers 33:23–24. See Shepher, Mount.
Shepher, Mount
SHEPHER, MOUNT Temporary camping place for the Israelites during their wilderness wanderings. Mt Shepher was located between Kehelathah and Haradah (Nm 33:23–24).See also Wilderness Wanderings.
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Shepher
Shepher (shee´fuhr), one of the places where the Israelites camped during their wanderings after the exodus from Egypt (Num. 33:23–24). It is called “Mount Shepher” but its location is unknown.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Shapher
SHAPHER. A mountain between Kehelathah and Haradah, station mentioned in the wilderness wanderings of Israel (Num 33:23–24). It is spelled Shepher in the ASV and most newer versions. It is not identified, but probably was on the route of travel between Mount Sinai and Kadesh-barnea. See Wilderness Wandering.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Shepher, Mount
Shepher, Mount (Heb. har šep̱er)A place where the Israelites stopped during their journey through the wilderness after Sinai (Num. 33:23–24). Its location is unknown.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Shepher, Mount
SHEPHER [shēˊfər], MOUNT (Heb. har šep̱er). A place where the Israelites stopped during their journey through the wilderness after Sinai (Num. 33:23–24; KJV “mount Shapher”). Its location is unknown.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Shapher
Sha´pher (brightness), Mount, Num. 33:23, the name of a desert station where the Israelites encamped during the wanderings in the wilderness.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Shepher
SHE´PHER (Heb. sheper, “brightness,” Num. 33:23–24; “Shapher,” KJV.) A mountain at which the Israelites camped during their wilderness journeying, between Kehelathah and Haradah. Its identification is doubtful.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Shapher
Shapherbrightness, one of the stations where Israel encamped in the wilderness (Num. 33:23, 24).