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  • Joshua 19:28
    Abdon, Rehob, Hammon, Kanah, and as far as Greater Sidon.
  • Judges 18:28-29
    There was no one to rescue the people, for they lived a great distance from Sidon and had no allies nearby. This happened in the valley near Beth rehob. Then the people of the tribe of Dan rebuilt the town and lived there.They renamed the town Dan after their ancestor, Israel’s son, but it had originally been called Laish.
  • Numbers 32:39
    Then the descendants of Makir of the tribe of Manasseh went to Gilead and conquered it, and they drove out the Amorites living there.
  • Genesis 31:21
    So Jacob took all his possessions with him and crossed the Euphrates River, heading for the hill country of Gilead.
  • Numbers 32:1
    The tribes of Reuben and Gad owned vast numbers of livestock. So when they saw that the lands of Jazer and Gilead were ideally suited for their flocks and herds,
  • Joshua 11:8
    And the Lord gave them victory over their enemies. The Israelites chased them as far as Greater Sidon and Misrephoth maim, and eastward into the valley of Mizpah, until not one enemy warrior was left alive.
  • Genesis 31:47-48
    To commemorate the event, Laban called the place Jegar sahadutha( which means“ witness pile” in Aramaic), and Jacob called it Galeed( which means“ witness pile” in Hebrew).Then Laban declared,“ This pile of stones will stand as a witness to remind us of the covenant we have made today.” This explains why it was called Galeed—“ Witness Pile.”
  • Genesis 10:15
    Canaan’s oldest son was Sidon, the ancestor of the Sidonians. Canaan was also the ancestor of the Hittites,
  • Judges 1:31
    The tribe of Asher failed to drive out the residents of Acco, Sidon, Ahlab, Aczib, Helbah, Aphik, and Rehob.
  • Joshua 19:47
    But the tribe of Dan had trouble taking possession of their land, so they attacked the town of Laish. They captured it, slaughtered its people, and settled there. They renamed the town Dan after their ancestor.