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(1.00) (Gen 13:10)

tn Or “plain”; Heb “circle.”

(1.00) (2Co 3:3)

tn Or “making plain.”

(0.50) (Deu 1:7)

sn The Shephelah is the geographical region between the Mediterranean coastal plain and the Judean hill country.

(0.50) (Isa 33:9)

sn Sharon was a fertile plain along the Mediterranean coast. See 35:2.

(0.50) (Eze 25:15)

sn The Philistines inhabited the coastal plain by the Mediterranean Sea, west of Judah.

(0.50) (Act 9:35)

sn Sharon refers to the plain of Sharon, a region along the coast of Palestine.

(0.44) (Gen 19:17)

tn Or “in the plain”; Heb “in the circle,” referring to the “circle” or oval area of the Jordan Valley.

(0.44) (Gen 19:29)

tn Or “of the plain”; Heb “of the circle,” referring to the “circle” or oval area of the Jordan Valley.

(0.44) (Isa 65:10)

sn Sharon was a plain located to the west, along the Mediterranean coast north of Joppa and south of Carmel.

(0.37) (Gen 13:12)

tn Or “the cities of the plain”; Heb “[the cities of] the circle,” referring to the “circle” or oval area of the Jordan Valley.

(0.37) (Gen 19:25)

tn Or “and all the plain”; Heb “and all the circle,” referring to the “circle” or oval area of the Jordan Valley.

(0.37) (Deu 2:23)

sn Avvites. Otherwise unknown, these people were probably also Anakite (or Rephaite) giants who lived in the lower Mediterranean coastal plain until they were expelled by the Caphtorites.

(0.37) (Jer 48:21)

sn See the study note on Jer 48:8 for reference to this tableland or high plain that lay between the Arnon and Heshbon.

(0.31) (Gen 14:6)

sn The line of attack ran down the eastern side of the Jordan Valley into the desert, and then turned and came up the valley to the cities of the plain.

(0.31) (Gen 19:28)

tn Or “all the land of the plain”; Heb “and all the face of the land of the circle,” referring to the “circle” or oval area of the Jordan Valley.

(0.31) (Jos 11:2)

tn Heb “Chinneroth,” a city and plain located in the territory of Naphtali in Galilee (BDB 490 s.v. כִּנֶּרֶת, כִּנֲרוֹת).

(0.31) (Sos 7:5)

sn The Carmel mountain range is a majestic sight. The mountain range borders the southern edge of the plain of Esdraelon, dividing the Palestinian coastal plain into the Plain of Acco to the north and the Plains of Sharon and Philistia to the south. Its luxuriant foliage was legendary (Isa 33:9; Amos 1:2; Nah 1:4). Rising to a height of approximately 1750 feet (525 m), it extends southeast from the Mediterranean for 13 miles (21 km). Due to its greatness and fertility, it was often associated with majesty and power (Isa 35:2; Jer 46:18). The point of the comparison is that her head crowns her body just as the majestic Mount Carmel rested over the landscape, rising above it in majestic and fertile beauty. See ZPEB 1:755; C. F. Pfeiffer and H. F. Vos, Wycliffe Historical Geography of Bible Lands, 100.

(0.31) (Oba 1:19)

sn The Shephelah as a region refers to the Palestinian foothills that rise from the coastal plain. In much of Old Testament times they served as a divide between the people of Judah and the Philistines.

(0.31) (Zec 7:7)

sn The Shephelah is the geographical region between the Mediterranean coastal plain and the Judean hill country. The Hebrew term can be translated “lowlands” (cf. ASV), “foothills” (NAB, NASB, NLT), or “steppes.”

(0.31) (Mat 14:34)

sn Gennesaret was a fertile plain south of Capernaum (see also Mark 6:53). The Sea of Galilee was also sometimes known as the Sea of Gennesaret (Luke 5:1).



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