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in Hazor, 1 Ramah, and Gittaim,
the king of Madon (one), the king of Hazor 1 (one),
Hazor Hadattah, Kerioth Hezron (that is, Hazor),
At that time Joshua turned, captured Hazor, 1 and struck down its king with the sword, for Hazor was at that time 2 the leader of all these kingdoms.
When King Jabin of Hazor 1 heard the news, he organized a coalition, including 2 King Jobab of Madon, the king of Shimron, the king of Acshaph,
They annihilated everyone who lived there with the sword 1 – no one who breathed remained – and burned 2 Hazor.
But Israel did not burn any of the cities located on mounds, 1 except for Hazor; 2 it was the only one Joshua burned.
“But they forgot the Lord their God, so he gave 1 them into the hand of Sisera, the general in command of Hazor’s 2 army, 3 and into the hand of the Philistines and into the hand of the king of Moab, and they fought against them.
Two years later Absalom’s sheepshearers were in Baal Hazor, 1 near Ephraim. Absalom invited all the king’s sons.
“Hazor will become a permanent wasteland, a place where only jackals live. 1 No one will live there. No human being will settle in it.” 2
Now Sisera ran away on foot to the tent of Jael, wife of Heber the Kenite, for King Jabin of Hazor 1 and the family of Heber the Kenite had made a peace treaty. 2
The Lord spoke about Kedar 1 and the kingdoms of Hazor 2 that King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon conquered. “Army of Babylon, 3 go and attack Kedar. Lay waste those who live in the eastern desert. 4
The Lord says, 1 “Flee quickly, you who live in Hazor. 2 Take up refuge in remote places. 3 For King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon has laid out plans to attack you. He has formed his strategy on how to defeat you.” 4
During Pekah’s reign over Israel, King Tiglath-pileser of Assyria came and captured Ijon, Abel Beth Maacah, Janoah, Kedesh, Hazor, 1 Gilead, and Galilee, including all the territory of Naphtali. He deported the people 2 to Assyria.