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Bene Jaakan  also known as Be'eroth or Be'eroth Bene-Jaakan, is one of the places the Israelites stopped at during the Exodus. Bene means good and jaakan means labor. Moseroth south to Beeroth was a line of Nabatean wells and irrigation projects at the southern edge of Moab near the Dead Sea. (see upper right hand corner of the map. The good labor of Bene Jaakan was continuing the irrigation project down the Arabah south to Hor Haggidad the cleft in the mountain known today as Petra.
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