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HEBREW: 6325 Nnwp Puwnon
NAVE: Punon
SMITH: PUNON
ISBE: PUNON
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Punon

In Bible versions:

Punon: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
an encampment

precious stone; that beholds
NETBible Maps: Map11 G2 ; Map12 C2
Google Maps: Punon (31° 29´, 35° 46´)

Hebrew

Strongs #06325: Nnwp Puwnon

Punon = "darkness"

1) a station of Israel in their wilderness wanderings

6325 Puwnon poo-none'

from 6323; perplexity; Punon, a place in the Desert:-Punon.
see HEBREW for 06323

Punon [NAVE]

PUNON, a city of Edom. A camping ground of the Israelites, in their forty years' wandering, Num. 33:42, 43.

PUNON [SMITH]

(darkness) one of the halting-places of the Israelite host during the last portion of the wandering. (Numbers 33:42,43) By Eusebius and Jerome, it is identified with Phaeno, which contained the copper-mines so well known at that period, and was situated between Petra and Zoar.

PUNON [ISBE]

PUNON - pu'-non (punon): A desert camp of the Israelites, the second after leaving Mt. Hor (Nu 33:42,43). Eusebius (Onom 299 85; 123 9) mentions an Idumean village, North of Petra, in the desert, where convicts were mining copper, called Phinon or Phainon. These are doubtless identical.

See WANDERINGS OF ISRAEL.




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