Ger-iphina (גרופינא ), the name of a mountain not very far from Jerusalem, mentioned in the Talmud (Rosh hash-Shanah, 2, fol. 22, b) as the third summit distant, on which signal-fires were lighted; held by Schwarz to be a prominent peak near the center of a mountain-chain called "Arapun, about three Eng. miles south of Kalat el-Raba, or Ramoth Gilead" (Palest. page 82); but we find no corresponding name in any other modern authority.

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