scorpions, probably the general name given to the ridge containing the pass between the south of the Dead Sea and Zin, es-Sufah, by which there is an ascent to the level of the land of Palestine. Scorpions are said to abound in this whole district, and hence the name (Num. 34:4). It is called “Maaleh-acrabbim” in Josh. 15:3, and “the ascent of Akrabbim” in Num. 34:4.
The mountains visible from the camp were likely the chalk hills beyond the “Ascent of akrabbim.”
The Expositor’s Bible:The Book of Numbers Robert A. Watson
noun (philosophy) weakness of will; acting in a way contrary to one’s sincerely held moral values
a city in NE Ohio. Contemporary Examples During a campaign event in Akron, Ohio, an audience member fainted while Obama was delivering a speech. The Olympics, Will Ferrell, Jon Stewart, and More Viral Videos The Daily Beast Video August 2, 2012 Most people in Akron have ties to the rubber industry: Goodyear, Firestone and Michelin. […]
the remains of an ancient Minoan city on the island of Thera in the Aegean Sea, where abundant pottery and frescoes of the second millennium b.c. have been excavated.
the capital of an ancient Ethiopian kingdom, ruled by Himyaritic emigrants from Arabia. noun an ancient town in N Ethiopia, in the Tigre region: capital of the Aksumite Empire (1st to 6th centuries ad). According to tradition, the Ark of the Covenant was brought here from Jerusalem