Jabbok (jetzt Wadi Zerka), linker Nebenfluß des Jordans in Palästina, entspringt östlich von Rabbath Ammon (Amân) und bildete die Grenze zwischen den Stämmen Gad und Manasse.

http://www.zeno.org/Meyers-1905. 1905–1909.

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