And they departed from Kibrothhattaavah, and encamped at Hazeroth.
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George Leo Haydock
Haseroth, near Cades-barne, the same as Aserim, ("the unwalled towns "of the Heveans, extending as far as Gaza) or Asor, called afterwards Esron, on the south of Chanaan, Josue xi. 10. Moses does not specify here the memorable encampment at Cades-barne, where the Israelites arrived, after 11 days' march from Horeb, Deuteronomy i. 2, 19. It was not far from Asor, on the frontiers of Idumea, (Calmet) in the desert of Pharan, chap. xiii. 1.