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Mizpah in Benjamin

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Mizpah or Mizpeh (Hebrew: מִצְפָּה, Mizpah, "watch-tower; the look-out") was a city of Benjamin. It was located northwest of Jerusalem. In this place Saul was presented to the people as king. Some identify this city with Tell en-Nasbeh, seven miles north of Jerusalem but W. F. Albright and others locate Mizpeh at Nebī Samwîl four miles southwest of Tell en-Nasbeh.[1] This city was named in the list of the allotment between Beeroth and Chephirah and apparently located nearby Ramah and Gibeon (Joshua 18:26 ).[2]

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  1. Pfeiffer, Charles F (1979). Baker´s Bible Atlas. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House. p. 123. ISBN 0-8010-6930-0. 
  2. Douglas, J.D.; Tenney, Merril C, ed. (1987). The New International Dictionary of the Bible. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House. p. 878. ISBN 0-310-33190-0. 

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