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  • The land surrounding Tappuah belonged to Manasseh, but the town of Tappuah on Manasseh's border belonged to the descendants of Ephraim. (Joshua 17, 8)

  • The border passed down to the stream, south of the river, where the towns set apart for Ephraim from among the towns of Manasseh were situated. The border of Manasseh passed north of the stream and ended at the sea. (Joshua 17, 9)

  • The northern border began at the Jordan, climbed to the northern side of Jericho, rose through the hill country westward and ended at the wilderness of Beth-aven. (Joshua 18, 12)

  • The border then curved, and on the western side of this mountain turned southward and ended at Kiriath-baal, which is now called Kiriath-jearim, a city of the tribe of Judah. This was the western border. (Joshua 18, 14)

  • The southern border ran from the edge of Kiriath-jearim toward Gasin, and to the spring of Nephtoah. (Joshua 18, 15)

  • the stone of Bohan (Bohan was a son of Reuben) and from there passed north of the mountainside overlooking the Jordan Valley. The border ended at the bay of the Dead Sea, at the mouth of the Jordan. This was the southern border. (Joshua 18, 19)

  • The Jordan itself was the eastern border. Such was the land given to the tribe of Benjamin, with the borders defining it. (Joshua 18, 20)

  • The third share of land went to the tribe of Zebulun according to their clans; their border reached as far as Sarid. (Joshua 19, 10)

  • From there the border climbed westward to Maraalah, touching Dabbesheth first and then the stream east of Jokneam. (Joshua 19, 11)

  • From Sarid it went eastward toward the sunrise to the border of Chisloth-tabor, then to Dobrath and to Japhia. (Joshua 19, 12)

  • On the north the border bent toward Hannathon and ended at the valley of Iphtahel. (Joshua 19, 14)

  • Their border reached to Jezreel and included Chesulloth and Shunem; (Joshua 19, 18)

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