Mizpah

[Judah] Mizpah was a city in the Kingdom of Judah, in the district of the Shephelah or maritime lowland. Eusebius and Jerome put the territory of Eleutheropolis near the road to Elia. ...
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Mizpah

[steamboat] The steamboat Mizpah operated in the early 1900s as part of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet. ==Construction== Construction of Mizpah began in 1901 at Olympia, but the vessel was not launched until 1905, when she was completed by Capt. John C. Ross. Mizpah was propeller-driven, {Convert|55|ft} long, and rated at only 12 tons. Even...
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Mizpah

(from the article `Rm Allh`) ...is the important tell (stratified mound with successive layers of ancient settlements) of Tel Mizpe (Hebrew: `Outlook Hill`; Arabic: Tall ...
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Mizpah

Mizpah or Mizpeh (both: miz'pu) , in the Bible. 1. See Galeed. 2. Unidentified place, E of the Jordon River, identical with Ramath-Mizpeh. 3. Place, on the boundary between Israel and Judah, a religious center with a sanctuary in the time of Judges. 4. Town at the foot of Mt. Hermon. 5. Town in ...
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Mizpah

[emotional bond] Mizpah is Hebrew for `watchtower.` As mentioned in the Bible, it marked an agreement between two men, with God as their witness. Jacob had secretly fled the house of Laban, his father-in-law, in the middle of the night, taking flocks of animals, all his other assets, and his two wives and their children (the daughters and g...
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Mizpah

[Moab] Mizpah (`watchtower`) was either a royal city or fortress in Moab to which David removed his parents for safety during his persecution by Saul (1 Sam. 22:3). Modern day sites suggested for its potential location include Kerak (Kir-Moab) and Rujm el-Meshrefeh in Jordan. ==Bibliography== ...
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