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In the Book of Mormon, the land of Lehi-Nephi (also referred to as the land of Nephi) is the homeland of the Nephites in the early times of the Book of Mormon. The land is later conquered by the Lamanites and the remaining Nephites flee to the land of Zarahemla, home of the Mulekites. In later years, an expedition under Zeniff returns to Lehi-Nephi to recolonize the area, and at first the Lamanites allow them to settle. Zeniff, his son Noah, and Noah's son Limhi rule as kings of Lehi-Nephi, until they are driven out by the Lamanites. Led by Ammon, the leader of a party sent by king Mosiah to learn the fate of Zeniff's group, they return to Zarahemla as refugees.