Ramathnegeb (2)

Ramath-negeb is regarded by Tristram (Bible Places, page 17) as probably the present "Kurmeh, southwest of Dhullam, wher ane aloe for many miles water is always to be found in plenty, and where the ravine is crossed by a strong dam to retain it. The walls of a fortified town are yet clearly to be traced, with extensive ruins, and it is at the head of the most frequented pass into Palestine from the-south-east."

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