odollam odaram

Let us review on f41r.P.8 ………..(q)odaram (transcribed as qodoram)

https://www.jasondavies.com/voynich/#f41r/0.5/0.5/2.50

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German Genesis, Luther 1545:

es.begab.sich.um.dieselbige.zeit.daß.juda.hinabzog.von.seinen.brüdern.

und.tat.sich.zu.einem.mann.von.odollam.der.hieß.hira.

da.nun.viele.tage.verlaufen.waren.starb.des.suah.tochter.judas.weib.und.nachdem.juda.

ausgetrauert.hatte.ging.er.hinauf.seine.schafe.zu.scheren.gen.thimnath.mit.seinem.

hirten.hira.von.odollam.

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http://biblehub.com/topical/o/odollam.htm –> http://biblehub.com/topical/a/adullam.htm

Biblehub tells us that it is a city. Original name in Greek: Adullam.

An ancient city in the plain of Judah, southwest of Jerusalem, or a cave:

(1)

A city, with dependencies, and in ancient times having a king, mentioned five times in the Old Testament, each time in a list with other cities (Joshua 12:15; Joshua 15:35 2 Chronicles 11:7 Micah 1:15 Nehemiah 11:30). In the list of 31 kings whom Joshua smote, Adullam follows Hormah, Arad, Libnah, and precedes Makkedah.

(2) The cave of Adullam, David’s headquarters during a part of the time when he was a fugitive from Saul

source: Biblehub

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The cave of Adullam.

Information with some background on the travel of David:

Saul the king had a son, Jonathan, and he and David became friends and loved one another as brothers.  David was just a shepherd boy.  Saul became jealous of David because his fight with Goliath and wanted to kill him.  David fled. His wanderings are in the map.

David  played on his harp and composed many beautiful hymns and songs, which are collected in the book of Psalms.

read more: http://biblehub.com/library/marshall/the_wonder_book_of_bible_stories/the_story_of_the_cave.htm

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Sansanna Sethennak One of the uttermost cities in the Negeb of Judah

http://biblehub.com/topical/s/sansanna.htm

san-san’-a (cancannah; [Sansanna], or Sethennak): One of the uttermost cities in
the Negeb of Judah (Joshua 15:31), identical with Hazar-susah (Joshua 19:5

SANSANNAH

san-san’-a (cancannah; [Sansanna], or Sethennak): One of the uttermost cities in the Negeb of Judah (Joshua 15:31), identical with Hazar-susah (Joshua 19:5), one of the cities of Simeon, and almost certainly the same as Hazar-susim (1 Chronicles 4:31). It cannot be said to have been identified with any certainty, though Simsim, “a good-sized village with well and pool, surrounded by gardens and having a grove of olives to the north,” has been suggested (PEF, III, 260, Sh XX).

See. http://www.maarav.com/current.shtml for Negreb of Judah and the kingdom of SAUL.

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List :  list-of-bible-places-old-new-testament-biblical-locations

Complete (but concise) list of Bible places – Old and New Testament biblical locations

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