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Commentary on Deuteronomy

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1, 1 :

The local setting of all these discourses is in the land of Moab beyond the Jordan (cf v 5 ), also known as the plains of Moab (Nm 36, 13 ).

1, 7 :

The Amorites and the Canaanites formed the principal part of the pre‐Israelite population of Palestine. The foothills: the hills on the western slope of the Judean mountain range. The Arabah: the valley of the Jordan and the depression south of the Dead Sea. The Negeb: the arid land in southern Palestine.

1, 9 :

Carry you: cf v 31 .

1, 27 :

In your tents: among yourselves.

1, 36 :

Except Caleb: Joshua also was allowed to enter, but he is not referred to here because special mention is made of him in v 38 as the successor of Moses.

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