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  • All these were cities fortified with high walls, with gates and bars, besides the innumerable villages in the open fields. (Deuteronomy 3, 5)

  • Engrave them on your doorposts and on your city gates. (Deuteronomy 6, 9)

  • Engrave them on your doorposts and on your city gates. (Deuteronomy 11, 20)

  • you shall bring to the gates of the city that man or woman who committed the misdeed, and you shall stone him or her to death. (Deuteronomy 17, 5)

  • If it accepts your proposal and opens the gates to you, all the people found in it shall become your slaves and serve you. (Deuteronomy 20, 11)

  • If the brother-in-law refuses to take her for his wife, she shall present herself at the city gates and say to the elders, "My brother-in-law refuses to perpetuate his brother's name in Israel. He does not want to perform his duty as brother-in-law in my favor." (Deuteronomy 25, 7)

  • And at nightfall, shortly before the city gates were to be closed, they went out. I do not know where they went, but hurry and you will surely overtake them." (Joshua 2, 5)

  • The pursuers went to search for them by the road leading to the valley of the Jordan, and as they went out, the city gates were closed. (Joshua 2, 7)

  • Joshua asked the people to pronounce this curse: "May Yahweh curse the man who rebuilds Jericho. May its foundation rise on the body of his eldest son, and the gates on that of his youngest son." (Joshua 6, 26)

  • Hear the voice of those who divide the plunder near the watering place: they sing the favors God has done to Israel when the people of Yahweh march down to the gates. (Judges 5, 11)

  • Abimelech pursued Gaal who fled and many fell dead before reaching the gates. (Judges 9, 40)

  • Abimelech and the group with him attacked and took possession of the entrance to the city gates; other groups rushed upon those who were in the fields. (Judges 9, 44)


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