Acrabbim (2)

Acrabbim This ascent is by some late writers identified with the pass of Sufah, leading from the desert et-Tih to the Negeb, or "South" of Judah; and to this view Tristram lends his adhesion (Bible Places, p. 9). But in this they are actuated by a desire to locate Kadesh-barnea (q.v.) at Ain-Gadis, instead of one of the springs on the western edge of the Arabah.

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