Kanah

Kanah (Kay´nuh; Heb., “reed”)

1 A small brook, the modern Wadi Qanah, that forms part of the boundary between the tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh (Josh 16:8; Josh 17:9). It flows generally west and southwest, joining the Yarkon before emptying into the Mediterranean Sea north of present-day Arsuf. 2 The north border town of the tribe of Asher (Josh 19:28), modern Qana (not NT Cana), about six miles southeast of Tyre.

Josh 16:8

8From Tappuah the boundary goes westward to the Wadi Kanah, and ends at the sea. Such is the inheritance of the tribe of the Ephraimites by their families,

Josh 17:9

9Then the boundary went down to the Wadi Kanah. The towns here, to the south of the wadi, among the towns of Manasseh, belong to Ephraim. Then the boundary of M ... View more

Josh 19:28

28Ebron, Rehob, Hammon, Kanah, as far as Great Sidon;

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