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Nibshan, the city of Salt, and En Gedi – a total of six cities and their towns.
These last five kings 1 joined forces 2 in the Valley of Siddim (that is, the Salt Sea). 3
Their southern border started at the southern tip of the Salt Sea, 1
Abishai son of Zeruiah 1 killed 18,000 Edomites in the Valley of Salt.
your southern border 1 will extend from the wilderness of Zin along the Edomite border, and your southern border will run eastward to the extremity of the Salt Sea,
Then the border will continue down the Jordan River 1 and its direction will be to the Salt Sea. This will be your land by its borders that surround it.’”
The Arabah and the Jordan River 1 were also a border, from the sea of Chinnereth 2 to the sea of the Arabah (that is, the Salt Sea), 3 beneath the watershed 4 of Pisgah 5 to the east.
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.
The eastern border was the Salt Sea to the mouth 1 of the Jordan River. 2 The northern border started north of the Salt Sea at the mouth of the Jordan, 3
Amaziah boldly led his army to the Valley of Salt, 1 where he defeated 2 10,000 Edomites. 3
the water coming downstream toward them stopped flowing. 1 It piled up far upstream 2 at Adam (the city near Zarethan); there was no water at all flowing to the sea of the Arabah (the Salt Sea). 3 The people crossed the river opposite Jericho. 4
It then crossed to the slope of Beth Hoglah to the north and ended at the northern tip of the Salt Sea 1 at the mouth of the Jordan River. 2 This was the southern border.
He defeated 1 10,000 Edomites in the Salt Valley; he captured Sela in battle and renamed it Joktheel, a name it has retained to this very day.