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  • Thus he got away with all he had. He was soon across the River and heading for Mount Gilead. (Genesis 31, 21)

  • Taking his brothers with him, he pursued him for seven days and overtook him at Mount Gilead. (Genesis 31, 23)

  • Laban caught up with Jacob, who had pitched his tent in the hills; and Laban pitched camp on Mount Gilead. (Genesis 31, 25)

  • They then sat down to eat. Looking up, they saw a group of Ishmaelites who were coming from Gilead, their camels laden with gum tragacanth, balsam and resin, which they were taking to Egypt. (Genesis 37, 25)

  • The sons of Manasseh: for Machir, the Machirite clan; Machir fathered Gilead: for Gilead, the Gileadite clan. (Numbers 26, 29)

  • These were the sons of Gilead: for Iezer, the Iezerite clan; for Helek, the Helekite clan; (Numbers 26, 30)

  • There then came forward the daughters of Zelophehad son of Hepher, son of Gilead, son of Machir, son of Manasseh; he belonged to the clans of Manasseh son of Joseph. His daughters' names were Mahlah, Noah, Hoglah, Milcah and Tirzah. (Numbers 27, 1)

  • Now, the Reubenites and Gadites owned very large herds of cattle. Having seen that the territories of Jazer and Gilead formed an ideal region for raising stock, (Numbers 32, 1)

  • Our little ones, our wives, our flocks and all our livestock will stay in the towns of Gilead, (Numbers 32, 26)

  • Moses said to them, 'If the Gadites and Reubenites, all those under arms, cross the Jordan with you to fight in Yahweh's name, then, once the country has become subject to you, you will give them the territory of Gilead as theirs. (Numbers 32, 29)

  • The descendants of Machir son of Manasseh went to Gilead. They conquered it and drove out the Amorites who were there. (Numbers 32, 39)

  • Moses gave Gilead to Machir son of Manasseh, and he settled there. (Numbers 32, 40)


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