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Interesting thing word "אשל"(eshel')(which here translated as tamarisk) is only used 3 times in the Bible two times in the 1 Samuel 22:6 and 31:13 where it means some type of tree (tamarisk) but Rashi doesn't want to accept this version and trying to find other solution! and the idea here they concentrate on the word planted rather on tamarisk!!! Also good ...


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The word אשל ’eshel, of Strong’s H0815 is always equivalent to ἄρουραν in Septuagint, Genesis 21:33;1 Samuel 22:6 and 31:13. The sentence “στάχυσιν τῶν ἀλλοφύλων in Judge 15:5 is equivalent to “...ἀρούρας τῶν Παλαιστίνων...” in Flavius Josepho Antiquitates Judaicae 5.295, see also 6:14, and Apion 1:86 and 1:195. Of Strong’s. In the book Exhaustive ...



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