Arumah (2)


The site proposed for this place by Van de Velde (Memoir, p. 288), and adopted by Tristram (Bible Places, p.'192), is laid down as El-Ormeh on the Ordnance Map, six and three fourth miles south-east of Nablfs, as a square ruin on the western edge of a tongue or spur projecting southwards from the general range of hills (2700 feet above the sea), with two or three old cisterns just to the north, and some other remains of a circular form a little to the east. A spring called Ain Aulam or Aulun lies half a 'mile to the west, just across the valley.

Bible concordance for ARUMAH.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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