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CHAPTER III. JUDÆA AND JERUSALEM.
CHAPTER IV. THE HEIGHTS AND THE PASSES OF BENJAMIN.
BENJAMIN, the frontier tribe of Judah and Ephraim-Its independent power.
1. The Passes of Benjamin. 1. The Eastern Passes. a. Battle of Ai.
b. Battle of Mick inash. c. Advance of Sennacherib. 2. The Western
Passes— Battle of Bethhoron under Joshua. Later battles of Bethhoron . 199
II. The Heights. 1. Neby-Samwil or Gibeon. 2. Bethel : Sanctuary- View
of Abraham-Sanctuary of Jacob and of the Northern tribes, Jeroboam's
Note on Ramah and Mizpeh
II. LAKE OF GENNESARETH. 1. Plain of Hattin, and Mountain of the Beatitudes
- Battle of Hattin. 2. View of the Lake of Gennesareth, 3. Jewish History
fields. b. The birds. c. The fisheries. III. The Discourses—The Sermon
In the references to the Erdkunde of Professor C. Ritter throughout this work, the
following names have been adopted for the volumes relating to Sinai and