Their border touched Tabor, Shahazumah, and Beth Shemesh, and ended at the Jordan. They had sixteen cities and their towns.
Kibzaim, and Beth Horon, along with the grazing areas of each – a total of four cities.
So the Lord delivered Israel that day, and the battle shifted over to Beth Aven. 1
They placed Saul’s armor in the temple of the Ashtoreths 1 and hung his corpse on the city wall of Beth Shan.
His daughter was Sheerah, who built Lower and Upper Beth Horon, as well as Uzzen Sheerah),
But if not, may fire blaze from Abimelech and consume the leaders of Shechem and Beth Millo! May fire also blaze from the leaders of Shechem and Beth Millo and consume Abimelech!”
Then the cows went directly on the road to Beth Shemesh. They went along, mooing as they went; they turned neither to the right nor to the left. The leaders of the Philistines were walking along behind them all the way to the border of Beth Shemesh.
Eshton was the father of Beth-Rapha, Paseah, and Tehinnah, the father of Ir Nahash. 1 These were the men of Recah.
Jehu then left there and set out for Samaria. 1 While he was traveling through Beth Eked of the Shepherds,
It crossed to the slope in front of the Arabah to the north and descended into the Arabah.
He 1 buried him in the land of Moab near Beth Peor, but no one knows his exact burial place to this very day.
His kingdom included 1 the eastern Arabah from the Sea of Kinnereth 2 to the Sea of the Arabah (the Salt Sea), 3 including the route to Beth Jeshimoth and the area southward below the slopes of Pisgah.
It then turned from Baalah westward to Mount Seir, crossed to the slope of Mount Jearim on the north (that is Kesalon), descended to Beth Shemesh, and crossed to Timnah.
The territory of the tribe of Ephraim by its clans included the following: 1 The border of their assigned land to the east was Ataroth Addar as far as upper Beth Horon.
Their northern border started at the Jordan, went up to the slope of Jericho 1 on the north, ascended westward to the hill country, and extended to the desert of Beth Aven.
Ain, Juttah, and Beth Shemesh, along with the grazing areas of each – a total of nine cities taken from these two tribes.
All the leaders of Shechem and Beth Millo assembled and then went and made Abimelech king by the oak near the pillar 1 in Shechem.