A point on the southern border of Naphtali with Issachar (Josh 19:33) where Heber the Kenite pitched his tent (Judg 4:11), in which the Canaanite king Sisera was subsequently slain (Judg 4:17-21). It was most likely modern Khan et-Tujjar, some five miles west of the Sea of Galilee.
33And its boundary ran from Heleph, from the oak in Zaanannim, and Adami-nekeb, and Jabneel, as far as Lakkum; and it ended at the Jordan;
11Now Heber the Kenite had separated from the other Kenites, that is, the descendants of Hobab the father-in-law of Moses, and had encamped as far away as Elon- ... View more
17Now Sisera had fled away on foot to the tent of Jael wife of Heber the Kenite; for there was peace between King Jabin of Hazor and the clan of Heber the Kenit ... View more