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HEBREW: 5874 rad-Nye `Eyn-Do'r or rwd Nye `Eyn Dowr or rd-Nye `Eyn-Dor
NAVE: En-Dor
EBD: Endor
SMITH: ENDOR
ISBE: EN-DOR
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En Dor

In Bible versions:

En Dor: NET
Endor: NET NIV
En-Dor: AVS TEV
En-dor: NRSV NASB
a town of Manasseh in Issachar, located south. of Mt. Tabor (OS)

fountain, eye of generation, or of habitation
NETBible Maps: Map1 E3 ; Map2 C2
Google Maps: En-dor (32° 37´, 35° 23´)

Hebrew

Strongs #05874: rad-Nye `Eyn-Do'r or rwd Nye `Eyn Dowr or rd-Nye `Eyn-Dor

En-dor = "fountain of Dor"

1) a place in the territory of Issachar yet possessed by Manasseh;
located 4 miles (6.5 km) north of Tabor
1a) place of residence of the spiritist consulted by king Saul

5874 `Eyn-Do'r, ane-dore'

or mEyn Dowr {ane dore}; or Eyn-Dor {ane-dore'}; from 5869
and 1755; fountain of dwelling; En-Dor, a place in
Palestine:-En-dor.
see HEBREW for 01755

Endor [EBD]

fountain of Dor; i.e., "of the age", a place in the territory of Issachar (Josh. 17:11) near the scene of the great victory which was gained by Deborah and Barak over Sisera and Jabin (comp. Ps. 83:9, 10). To Endor, Saul resorted to consult one reputed to be a witch on the eve of his last engagement with the Philistines (1 Sam. 28:7). It is identified with the modern village of Endur, "a dirty hamlet of some twenty houses, or rather huts, most of them falling to ruin," on the northern slope of Little Hermon, about 7 miles from Jezreel.

En-Dor [NAVE]

EN-DOR, a city of Manasseh, Josh. 17:11.
The witch of, consulted by Saul, 1 Sam. 28:7-25.
Deborah triumphs at, over Sisera, Judg. 4; Psa. 83:10.

ENDOR [SMITH]

(fountain of Dor), a place in the territory of Issachar, and yet possessed by Manasseh. (Joshua 17:11) Endor was the scene of the great victory over Sisera and Jabin. It was here that the witch dwelt whom Saul consulted. (1 Samuel 28:7) it was known to Eusebius, who describes it was a large village four miles south of Tabor. Here to the north of Jebel Duhy the name still lingers. The distance from the slopes of Gilboa to Endor is seven or eight miles, over difficult ground.

EN-DOR [ISBE]

EN-DOR - en'-dor `en dor, Josh 17:11; `en dor, 1 Sam 28:7; `en do'r, Ps 83:10; Codex Alexandrinus, Nendor; Codex Vaticanus, Aeldor): A town in the lot of Issachar assigned to Manasseh (Josh 17:11). Here dwelt the woman who had a familiar spirit, whom Saul consulted on the night before the battle of Gilboa (1 Sam 28:7). Here also, according to Ps 83:10, perished fugitives of Sisera's army, after their defeat at the Kishon. The place was therefore not far from the Kishon and Tabor. It is generally identified with the modern Endur, a small village on the northern slope of Jebel ed-Duchy, with several ancient caves. It is not far from Nain and Shunem, and looks across the valley along which the broken ranks of Sisera may have attempted to make their way eastward to the open uplands, and thence to their native North. Coming hither from Gilboa, eluding the Philistine outposts under cover of the darkness, Saul would cross the Vale of Jezreel, and pass round the eastern base of the mountain, the Philistines being on the west.

W. Ewing




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