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  • And Abram traveled, going out and continuing further on, toward the south. (Genesis 12, 9)

  • Of these, twenty shall be at the meridian, which lies toward the south. (Exodus 26, 18)

  • Of these, twenty were toward the meridian area, opposite the south, (Exodus 36, 23)

  • He also made the atrium, at the south side of which were hangings of fine twisted linen of one hundred cubits and (Exodus 38, 9)

  • And he placed the lampstand in the tabernacle of the testimony, away from the table, on the south side, (Exodus 40, 22)

  • In the camp of the sons of Ruben, toward the south side, the leader shall be Elizur the son of Shedeur. (Numbers 2, 10)

  • and they shall encamp toward the south side. (Numbers 3, 29)

  • “Speak to Aaron, and you shall say to him: When you place the seven lamps, let the lampstand be set up on the south side. Therefore, give this instruction: that the lamps should look out from the region opposite the north, toward the table of the bread of the presence; they shall give light opposite that area, toward the area that the lampstand faces.” (Numbers 8, 2)

  • Then, at the second sounding of the trumpet with the same cadence, those who live toward the south shall take up their tents. And the remainder shall act in like manner, when the trumpets shall reverberate for a departure. (Numbers 10, 6)

  • And so, Moses sent them to examine the land of Canaan, and he said to them: “Ascend by the south side. And when you arrive at the mountains, (Numbers 13, 18)

  • And they ascended by the south side. And they arrived at Hebron, where there were Ahiman and Shishai and Talmai, the sons of Anak. For Hebron was founded seven years before Tanis, the city of Egypt. (Numbers 13, 23)

  • Amalek lives in the south. The Hethite, and the Jebusite, and the Amorite live in the mountains. And truly, the Canaanite stays near the sea and around the streams of the Jordan.” (Numbers 13, 30)

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