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Shimronmeron (1 Occurrence)

Joshua 12:20 The king of Shimronmeron, one; the king of Achshaph, one; (KJV)

Shimronmeron (1 Occurrence)
... See SHIMRON. W. Ewing. Multi-Version Concordance Shimronmeron (1 Occurrence). Joshua
12:20 The king of Shimronmeron, one; the king of Achshaph, one; (KJV). ...
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Shimron-meron (1 Occurrence)
Shimron-meron. << Shimronmeron, Shimron-meron. Shim'ron-me'ron >>. Easton's Bible
Dictionary ... << Shimronmeron, Shimron-meron. Shim'ron-me'ron >>. Reference Bible.
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Shim'ronites (1 Occurrence)
Shim'ronites. << Shimronites, Shim'ronites. Shimronmeron >>. Multi-Version Concordance ...
(See RSV). << Shimronites, Shim'ronites. Shimronmeron >>. Reference Bible.
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Smith's Bible Dictionary

(watch-height of Meron). The king of Shimron-meron is mentioned as one of the thirty-one kings vanquished by Joshua. (Joshua 12:20) It is probably the complete name of the place elsewhere called Shimron, a city of Zebulun. (Joshua 11:1; 19:15)

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia

shim'-ron-me'-ron (shimron mer'on; Sumoon.... Mamroth, Codex Alexandrinus Samron.... Phasga.... Maron): A royal city of the Canaanites, the king of which was slain by Joshua (12:20). Here the name is followed by that of Achshaph, which also follows the name of Shimron in 11:1. This suggests that the two are in reality one, and that Shimron-meron may only be the full name. A royal Canaanite city, Sam-simuruna, is mentioned in the inscriptions of Sen-nacherib, Esar-haddon and Assur-bani-pal, which Schrader (KAT2, 163) would identify with this, and thinks it may now be represented by es-Semeiri-yeh.


W. Ewing

Easton's Bible Dictionary
The same, probably, as Shimron (Joshua 12:20).

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