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  • Land was also given to other families descended from Manasseh according to their clans: the families of Abiezer, Helek, Asriel, Shechem, Hepher, Shemida. These were the clans of the male descendants of Manasseh son of Joseph. (Joshua 17, 2)

  • The descendants of Joseph spoke to Joshua, "Why have you given us only one share of the land when there are so many of us because Yahweh blessed us?" (Joshua 17, 14)

  • The descendants of Joseph answered, "The highlands are not enough for us, and, in the plain, the Canaanites have iron chariots, and so have those in Beth-shean and its surrounding towns, and those in the plain of Jezreel." (Joshua 17, 16)

  • They must divide the land into seven parts, because those of the tribe of Judah have already their territory to the south, and those of the tribe of Joseph have their territory to the north. (Joshua 18, 5)

  • The first share of land went to the tribe of Benjamin according to their clans: their territory lay between that of the tribes of Judah and Joseph. (Joshua 18, 11)

  • The Israelites brought from Egypt the bones of Joseph. They buried them at Shechem in a place in the field which Jacob bought from the children of Hamor, the father of Shechem, for a hundred pieces of money. This became the possession of the children of Joseph. (Joshua 24, 32)

  • The people of Joseph went up against Bethel with the help of Yahweh. (Judges 1, 22)

  • The Amorites also remained in Har-heres, Aijalon and Shaalbim, but when the tribe of Joseph grew stronger, they forced the Amorites to pay taxes. (Judges 1, 35)

  • for I confess that I have sinned; and therefore I have come today, the first from Joseph's tribes to welcome my lord the king." (2 Samuel 19, 21)

  • when he noticed that Jeroboam was a man of great personal worth and an able worker, he put him in charge of all the forced labor of the tribes of Joseph. (1 Kings 11, 28)

  • Dan, Joseph and Benjamin, Nephtali; Gad and Asher. (1 Chronicles 2, 2)

  • Descendants of Reuben, firstborn of Israel. He was indeed the firstborn but, when he had relations with his father's concubine, his birthright was given to the sons of Joseph son of Israel. The group of Joseph, however did not keep this firstborn right (1 Chronicles 5, 1)

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