Etham

Etham (Ee´thuhm)

The first stopping place after Succoth used by the exodus escapees from Egypt. Its location is not known, but it is said to be “on the edge of the wilderness” (Exod 13:20; Num 33:6), and is called an area of wilderness in or near which are located Pi-hahiroth and Baal-zephon (Num 33:7-8).

Exod 13:20

20They set out from Succoth, and camped at Etham, on the edge of the wilderness.

Num 33:6

6They set out from Succoth, and camped at Etham, which is on the edge of the wilderness.

Num 33:7-8

7They set out from Etham, and turned back to Pi-hahiroth, which faces Baal-zephon; and they camped before Migdol.8They set out from Pi-hahiroth, passed through ... View more

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