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  • Joshua conquered them from Kadesh-Barnea to Gaza, and the whole region of Goshen as far as Gibeon. (Joshua 10, 41)

  • All these kings and their territory Joshua captured in a single campaign, because Yahweh, God of Israel, fought for Israel. (Joshua 10, 42)

  • And then Joshua, and all Israel with him, went back to the camp at Gilgal. (Joshua 10, 43)

  • Yahweh then said to Joshua, 'Do not be afraid of them, for by this time tomorrow I shall hand them all over, cut to pieces, to Israel; you will hamstring their horses and burn their chariots.' (Joshua 11, 6)

  • With all his warriors Joshua caught them unawares near the Waters of Merom and fell on them. (Joshua 11, 7)

  • Joshua treated them as Yahweh had told him; he hamstrung their horses and burned their chariots. (Joshua 11, 9)

  • Joshua then turned back and captured Hazor, putting its king to the sword. Hazor in olden days was the capital of all these kingdoms. (Joshua 11, 10)

  • All these royal cities and all their kings Joshua put to the sword in compliance with the curse of destruction, as Moses, servant of Yahweh, had ordered. (Joshua 11, 12)

  • Yet of all these towns standing on their mounds, Israel burned none, apart from Hazor, burnt by Joshua. (Joshua 11, 13)

  • What Yahweh had ordered his servant Moses, Moses in turn had ordered Joshua, and Joshua carried it out, leaving nothing undone of what Yahweh had ordered Moses. (Joshua 11, 15)

  • In consequence, Joshua captured this entire country: the highlands, the whole Negeb and the whole of Goshen, the lowlands, the Arabah, the highlands and lowlands of Israel. (Joshua 11, 16)

  • For many a day Joshua made war on all these kings; (Joshua 11, 18)

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