- BAAL-HERMONmons circa Libanum. Iudic. c. 3. v. 3. Latine possessor destructionis. Est in tribu Manasse, trans Iordanem ad Solis ortum, e regione Pancadis et Libani, i finibus Palaestinae, situs, ad quem usque terra filiorum Israel, dimidiaeque tribus Manasse extenditur.
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