Libnah


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Libnah

(lĭb`nə), in the Bible. 1 Unidentified place in the desert wanderings. 2 Canaanite city, SW ancient Palestine, N of Lachish. It was captured by Joshua.
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He and his fellow envoys return to Sennacherib's camp (which has moved to Libnah after the fall of Lachish), seeking further instructions.
from Jerusalem, under King Hezekiah of Judah (II Kings 19:9), after the destruction of such places as the cities of Libnah and Lachish in ancient Palestine, that was due to the intervention of Pharaoh Taharqa and a Kushite army that terrified the mighty Assyrian army and obliged them to return home to Mesopotamia, where Sennacherib was assassinated by his son Esarhaddon (680-669 B.
Erom the Sinai wilderness, from Rimmon-perez, from Libnah they came.