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  • Abram settled in the country of Canaan while Lot lived among the towns of the plain and moved his tent as far as Sodom. (Genesis 13, 12)

  • and he completely destroyed those towns and all the valley and all the inhabitants of the towns and everything that grew there. (Genesis 19, 25)

  • So when God destroyed the towns of the plain he remembered Abraham and made Lot escape from the catastrophe while he destroyed the cities where Lot had lived. (Genesis 19, 29)

  • They then left and a terror fell on all the surrounding towns with the result that no one followed in pursuit of them. (Genesis 35, 5)

  • They must gather all the food of these productive years that are coming and, by the authority of Pharaoh, store grain for food in the towns and keep it. (Genesis 41, 35)

  • So they set taskmasters over them to oppress them with forced labor. In that way they built the storage towns of Pithom and Rameses. (Exodus 1, 11)

  • As for the towns of the Levites, their houses belong to the Levites and they have a permanent right to redeem what is bought from them. (Leviticus 25, 32)

  • Any house in a town of the Levites can return to them at the time of the Jubilee, for the houses in the towns of the Levites are their possession among the Israelites. (Leviticus 25, 33)

  • The field also belonging to their towns must not be sold forever; it is their permanent possession. (Leviticus 25, 34)

  • Then Israel made this vow to Yahweh, "If you put these people into my hand, I will consecrate their towns by anathema." (Numbers 21, 2)

  • Yahweh heard the voice of Israel and delivered the Canaanites into their hands. They were wiped out and their towns were destroyed according to the anathema. Because of this that place was named Hormah. (Numbers 21, 3)

  • Israel occupied all the cities and the towns of the Amorites, including Heshbon and the towns depending on it. (Numbers 21, 25)

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