Lakum This site Trelawney Saunders (Map of the O.T.) confounds with that of Adam, locating it at Damieh; perhaps from misunderstanding the ambiguous language of Tristram (Bible Places, page 278), who thinks that "Lakum may be traced in Kefr Kanua," which is laid down on the
Ordnance Map at two and a quarter miles southwest of Damieh, and eight miles west from the south end of the Sea of Galilee. The accompanying Memoirs (1:391) say of it: "There are ruins in this village, and portions of fine limestone columns, but no capitals. There is also a circular basalt olive- press and cisterns."