Strong's Hebrew2918. tirah -- encampment, battlement...
Word Origin from the same as tur Definition encampment, battlement NASB Word Usage
battlement (1), camp
(1), camps (3), encampments
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... and who could teach the helpless slaves from Goshen the secrets of camp life. ... about
the desert for the rest of my life, looking out for encampments for them ...
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How Taricheae was Taken. A Description of the River Jordan, and of ...
... symmetry and regularity of the Roman army, and of the Roman encampments, with the ...
these matters, that these accounts of Josephus, as to the Roman camp and armor ...
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The Return of Xerxes to Persia.
... one or two select attendants, he made his way to the Persian camp, and desired an ...
Some were left at the encampments; others lay down by the road-sides, in the ...
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The Conquest of Lydia.
... on its march, soon began to fall back into the camp, with intelligence ... they both
seemed inclined to remain in their respective encampments, without evincing ...
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... No one knew how to choose encampments. ... Leo, with senseless ignorance, had chosen
his camp at a spot where a vast marsh at his rear cut off all hope of retreat. ...
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The Review of the Troops at Doriscus.
... for whose use carriages were provided which followed the camp, and there ... the gold
and silver plate, and departed to their several encampments, leaving nothing ...
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Attitude of Men of the Present Day to War.
... The propositions of M. du Camp are as follows: ... "On the Esplanade des Invalides, among
the exotic and colonial encampments, a building in a more severe style ...
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The Eighteenth Theban Dynasty
... It represents the camp of Ramses II. ... to live in the open air, erected no tents or
huts of boughs for themselves in these temporary encampments, but bivouacked ...
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The Invasion of Scythia.
... Darius, fixing upon a suitable spot near one of his encampments, commanded every
soldier in ... stay, and to have, in the cord hanging up in their camp, a visible ...
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... been the reason of their behavior, we must remember that two encampments, at least ...
Christians were buried in the Praetorian camp, and in the gardens of Maecenas ...
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ATS Bible DictionaryEncampments Camp
These terms usually refer to the movements of the Israelites between Egypt and Canaan; and many passages of the Levitical law relate to things done "within" or "without the camp." The whole body of the people consisted of six hundred thousand fighting men, besides women and children, Numbers 1:2; and was disposed into four battalions, so arranged as to enclose the tabernacle in a square, and each under one general standard, Numbers 2:3. The mode in which this vast mass of people was arranged, with the most perfect order and subordination, must excite general surprise. Balaam, standing on the heights of Moab, viewed the imposing spectacle with admiration and awe: "How godly are thy tents, O Jacob! the Lord his God is with him," Numbers 23:1-24:25.
The order appointed for the removal of the hosts of Israel from one encampment to another is detailed in Numbers 9:1-10:36. The names of forty-one encampments are given in Numbers 33:1-56; from the first in Rameses, in the month April, B. C. 1491, to the last on the brink of the Jordan forty years later. See EXODUS, and WANDERINGS.
Travellers in the desert were wont to pitch their tents in the center of a circle formed by their camels and baggage, which served as a barrier against an assault. A similar mode of encamping was practiced by large caravans, and by armies, 1 Samuel 26:5.
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