Mount of the Amorites

Mount of the Amorites
   The range of hills which rises abruptly in the wilderness of et-Tih ("the wandering"), mentioned Deut. 1:19, 20, "that great and terrible wilderness."

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

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