Taberah


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Taberah

(tăb`ērə), in the Bible, camp in the wanderings, in the SE Sinai peninsula.
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Taberah

Israelite camp scorched by angry Jehovah. [O.T.: Numbers 11:1–3]
See: Fire
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Indeed, the word katzaf, anger, serves as an organizing key word for the section, appearing in a generic opening verse (9:7), in the verse which introduces the longer first example, the Golden Calf (in 9:8, introducing 9:8-21), and introducing a closing verse which presents a short undeveloped list of other examples (9:22-24, speaking about Taberah, Massah, the Graves of the Desire and the sin of the spies).
These anecdotes include Exodus 15:22-25 ("Marah"), Exodus 17:1-7 and Numbers 20:1-13 ("Massah and Meribah"), Exodus 11:1-3 ("Taberah"), Numbers 11:31-35 ("Kibroth"), and Numbers 21:1-3 ("Hormah").