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Zaanaim
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Zaanaim
 
 Wanderings; the unloading of tents, so called probably from the fact
 of nomads in tents encamping amid the cities and villages of that
 region, a place in the north-west of Lake Merom, near Kedesh, in
 Naphtali. Here Sisera was slain by Jael, "the wife of Heber the
 Kenite," who had pitched his tent in the "plain [R.V., 'as far as the
 oak'] of Zaanaim" Jud 4:11 It has been, however, suggested by some
 that, following the LXX. and the Talmud, the letter b, which in
 Hebrew means "in," should be taken as a part of the word following,
 and the phrase would then be "unto the oak of Bitzanaim," a place
 which has been identified with the ruins of Bessum, about half-way
 between Tiberias and Mount Tabor.
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