hashmonah Summary and Overview
hashmonah in Easton's Bible Dictionary
fatness, the thirtieth halting-place of the Israelites during their wanderings in the wilderness, not far from Mount Hor (Num. 33:29, 30).
hashmonah in Smith's Bible Dictionary
(fatness), a station of the Israelites, mentioned #Nu 33:29| as next before Moseroth.
hashmonah in Schaff's Bible Dictionary
HASHMO'NAH , a station of the Israelites near Mount Hor, Num 33:29, and probably identical with Heshmon, which see.
hashmonah in Fausset's Bible Dictionary
The stage of Israel's journeyings near Mount Hor, next before Moseroth (Numbers 33:29; Numbers 20:28; Deuteronomy 10:6). Heshmon (Joshua 15:27), an "uttermost city of Judah toward the coast of Edom southward," like Kedesh outside the natural frontier of Israel, in the extreme N. of the desert. At Ain Hasb, N.W. of the Arabah, is a pool still of sweet living water, surrounded by verdure, and with traces of ruins (Robinson, Biblical Research, 2:119).