The Holy Bible – Knox Translation
The Book of Josue
East of Jordan, then, the Israelites defeated two kings and occupied their terri-tory, reaching from the river Arnon up to mount Hermon; all that eastern land that confronts the desert.✻
Sehon, the Amorrhite king that reigned at Hesebon, had a domain that stretched from Aroer, on the banks of the Arnon, half-way up its course (that is, half-way along the frontier of Galaad), to the river Jaboc, which is the Ammonite frontier.
Its width was from the desert to the eastern coast of Lake Ceneroth, and the eastern coast of the Desert or Salt Sea (where the road leads to Bethsimoth, just north of the spurs of Phasga).
And Og, king of Basan, the last of the Raphaim, who dwelt at Astaroth and Edrai, ruled over Mount Hermon and Salecha and Basan in general, right up to the marches
of Gessuri and Machati, and up to the middle point of Galaad, where his domains marched with those of Sehon, the king of Hesebon.
It was the Lord’s servant Moses that led Israel to the conquest of these two kings, and assigned their lands to Ruben, Gad, and half Manasses.
West of Jordan, it was Josue that led Israel to the conquest of all the kings between Baalgad, in the Lebanon plain, and the hill-country whose upper slopes are part of Edom; and it was Josue who assigned their territory to the tribes of Israel, giving each its own share to enjoy.
Kings of the hill-country and the plain and the valley, kings of the foot-hills and of the desert and of the southern land; Hethite and Amorrhite, Chanaanite and Pherezite, Hevite and Jebusite.
The kings of Jericho, and Hai that is next to Bethel,
Cades, Jachanan by Carmel,
Dor and the region about Dor, and the Galgal tribes,
and Thersa, thirty-one kings in all.
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