PATHROS (PLACE) [Heb patrôs (פַּתְרֹוס)]. PATHRUSIM. According to the Table of Nations (Gen 10:14) and the parallel genealogy in 1 Chr 1:12, the Pathrusim were among the descendants of Mizraim (Egypt), the son of Ham, the son of Noah. The name of this population group only occurs here in the Bible,
Pathros. Region mentioned five times in the Hebrew OT and only in the Prophets (Is 11:11; Jer 44:1, 15; Ez 29:14; 30:14). Each time it occurs in conjunction with a city in lower Egypt (Noph=Memphis or Zoan=Tanis) in connection with Egypt. The Hebrew (Pathros) and the Greek (pathoure) words are borrowings
Pathrospathʹros [Heb. paṯrôs < Egyp p3-t3-rs[y]—‘the southland’; Gk. gḗ Pathourēs]; PATHRUSIMpathʹrōō-sēm [Heb. paṯrusîm]. A designation of Upper (i.e., southern) Egypt, the Nile Valley area between Memphis (cf. Jer. 44:1), near modern Cairo, and Syene (modern Aswân). It is invariably mentioned
PATHROS The region of Upper Egypt, mentioned five times in the Hebrew OT (Is 11:11; Jer 44:1, 15; Ez 29:14; 30:14). Each time it occurs in conjunction with a city in Lower Egypt (Noph = Memphis, or Zoan = Tanis). The Hebrew is Pathros, and the Egyptian is pa to resy (“the Southern Land”). Egyptologists
Pathros (path´ros), Pathrusim (path-roo-seem´), Upper Egypt, the region south of Memphis and the Nile Delta. There were Israelite exiles in Pathros (Isa. 11:11); Jeremiah and Ezekiel cried out against them, accusing them of having abandoned their homeland and of practicing idolatry (Jer. 44:1, 15; Ezek.
PATHROS, PATHRUSIM. Classed under Mizraim (Egypt), Gn. 10:14; 1 Ch. 1:12. Pathros is Egyp. p’ t’-rs(y), ‘the Southland’, i.e. Upper Egypt, the long Nile Valley extending N-S between Cairo and Aswan; the name is attested in Assyr. inscriptions as Paturisi. Thus, the terms Mizraim for Egypt, especially
Pathros (Heb. paṯrôs), PATHRUSIM(paṯrusɩ̂m)Upper Egypt, i.e., the southern part of Egypt (Egyp. pʒ-tʒ-rsy, “southern land”) from just S of Memphis to the first cataract at Syene, to which some of the exiled Israelites fled (Isa. 11:11; Jer. 44:1, 15; Ezek. 30:14). According to Ezek. 29:14 “the land
Pathros [păthˊrŏs] (Heb. paṯrôs; Egyp. p3-t3-rsy “southern land”). Upper Egypt, i.e., the southern part of Egypt from just south of Memphis to the first cataract at Syene, to which some of the exiled Israelites fled (Isa. 11:11; Jer. 44:1, 15; Ezek. 30:14). According to 29:14, “the land of Pathros”
PATHROS (Hebrew, from the Egyptian for “south country”) Upper Egypt, meaning the region south of the Delta. According to the Table of Nations (Gen 10:14), the Pathrusim were descendants of Egypt, the grandson of Noah and the son of Ham. The region was also a destination of Israelites after the fall of
Path´ros (region of the south), a part of Egypt, and a Mizraite tribe whose people were called Pathrusim. In the list of the Mizraites the Pathrusim occur after the Naphtuhim and before the Casluhim; the latter being followed by the notice of the Philistines and by the Caphtorim. Gen. 10:13, 14; 1 Chron.