ThesaurusMisrephothmaim (2 Occurrences)
... suggests Misrephoth-maim, the identification may be accepted until some better one
is found. H. Porter. Multi-Version Concordance Misrephothmaim (2 Occurrences) ...
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Bible ConcordanceMisrephoth-maim (2 Occurrences)
Joshua 11:8 And Jehovah delivered them into the hand of Israel, and they smote them, and chased them unto great Sidon, and unto Misrephoth-maim, and unto the valley of Mizpeh eastward; and they smote them, until they left them none remaining.
Joshua 13:6 all the inhabitants of the hill-country from Lebanon unto Misrephoth-maim, even all the Sidonians; them will I drive out from before the children of Israel: only allot thou it unto Israel for an inheritance, as I have commanded thee.
Hitchcock's Bible Names DictionaryMisrephoth-Maim
Easton's Bible DictionaryBurning of waters, supposed to be salt-pans, or lime-kilns, or glass-factories, a place to which Joshua pursued a party of Canaanites after the defeat of Jabin (Joshua 11:8). It is identified with the ruin Musheirifeh, at the promontory of en-Nakhurah, some 11 miles north of Acre.
International Standard Bible EncyclopediaMISREPHOTH-MAIM
miz-re-foth-ma'-im (misrephoth mayim; Septuagint Maseron, Masereth Memphomaim): A place to which Joshua chased the various tribes, which were confederated under Jabin, after their defeat at the waters of Merom (Joshua 11:8). It follows the mention of great Sidon, as though it was a place in the same region but farther from the point of departure. In Joshua 13:6, it is also mentioned in connection with the Sidonians, as though it was included in their territory, so it must have been in the coast district, or Phoenicia, which was in that period dominated by Sidon. The Canaanites who were among the tribes forming the hosts of Jabin would naturally seek refuge among their brethren in Sidon and its territory. They fled across the hill country which lies between the waters of Merom and the coast, but as Sidon is situated considerably to the North of Merom, some would seek the coast by a more southerly route, and we may look for Misrephoth-maim there. Dr. Thomson (LB, II, 266-67, edition 1882) locates it at Ras el-Musheirifeh, some 13 miles South of Tyre, where there was a stronghold, and where the fugitives might find refuge (see LADDER OF TYRE). Though the name hardly suggests Misrephoth-maim, the identification may be accepted until some better one is found.
Strong's Hebrew4956. Misrephoth Mayim -- "burning of water," a place in Isr. ...
... probably near Sidon. Transliteration: Misrephoth Mayim Phonetic Spelling:
(mis-ref-ohth' mah'-yim) Short Definition: Misrephoth-maim. ...
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