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Citation for Chapter 12*

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Senior, Donald and John J. Collins. "The Book of Joshua." In The Catholic Study Bible. Oxford Biblical Studies Online. Oct 25, 2021. <http://www.oxfordbiblicalcstudies.com/article/book/obso-9780195282801/obso-9780195282801-div1-407>.

Chicago

Senior, Donald and John J. Collins. "The Book of Joshua." In The Catholic Study Bible. Oxford Biblical Studies Online, http://www.oxfordbiblicalcstudies.com/article/book/obso-9780195282801/obso-9780195282801-div1-407 (accessed Oct 25, 2021).

Chapter 12*

Lists of Conquered Kings. 1The kings of the land east of the Jordan, from the River Arnon to Mount Hermon, including all the eastern section of the Arabah, whom the Israelites conquered and whose lands they occupied, were: 2 l 2–5: Nm 21, 21–26. 33ff . First, Sihon, king of the Amorites, who lived in Heshbon. His domain extended from Aroer, which is on the bank of the Wadi Arnon, to include the wadi itself, and the land northward through half of Gilead to the Wadi Jabbok, 3as well as the Arabah from the eastern side of the Sea of Chinnereth, as far south as the eastern side of the Salt Sea of the Arabah in the direction of Beth‐jeshimoth, m Jos 13, 20 . to a point under the slopes of Pisgah. 4Secondly, Og, king of Bashan, a survivor of the Rephaim, who lived at Ashtaroth and Edrei. n Jos 13, 11f . 5He ruled over Mount Hermon, Salecah, and all Bashan as far as the boundary of the Geshurites and Maacathites, and over half of Gilead as far as the territory of Sihon, king of Heshbon. 6After Moses, the servant of the LORD, and the Israelites conquered them, he assigned their land to the Reubenites, the Gadites, and the half‐tribe of Manasseh, as their property. o Nm 32, 33; Dt 3, 12f .

7This is a list of the kings whom Joshua and the Israelites conquered west of the Jordan and whose land, from Baal‐gad in the Lebanon valley to Mount Halak which rises toward Seir, Joshua apportioned to the tribes of Israel. 8It included the mountain regions and foothills, the Arabah, the slopes, the desert, and the Negeb, belonging to the Hittites, Amorites, Canaanites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites. 9They were the kings of Jericho, p Jos 6, 2; 8, 23 . Ai (which is near Bethel), 10Jerusalem, Hebron, 11Jarmuth, Lachish, q 10f: Jos 10, 23 . 12Eglon, Gezer, r Jos 10, 23. 33 . 13Debir, Geder, s Jos 10, 38f; 15, 36 . 14Hormah, Arad, 15Libnah, Adullam, t Jos 10, 29f; 15, 35 . 16Makkedah, Bethel, u Jos 8, 17; 10, 28 . 17Tappuah, Hepher, v Jos 15, 34 . 18Aphek, Lasharon, w Jos 15, 53 . 19Madon, Hazor, x Jos 11, 1. 10 . 20Shimron, Achshaph, y Jos 11, 1 . 21Taanach, Megiddo, z Jos 17, 11 . 22Kedesh, Jokneam (at Carmel), a Jos 19, 37 . 23and Dor (in Naphath‐dor), the foreign king at Gilgal, b Jos 11, 2 . 24and the king of Tirzah, thirty‐one kings in all.

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