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 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainEaston, Matthew George (1897). "article name needed". Easton's Bible Dictionary (New and revised ed.). T. Nelson and Sons. 

Anem (Hebrew: עין גנים‎, Ein Ganim, lit. Garden Spring) - two fountains, a Levitical city in the tribe of Issachar (1 Chr.6:73). It is also called En-gannim in Josh. 19:21; the modern Jenin.

It "seems" to "Ein Ganim"/Jenin (KJV and RV "En-gannim") only because it appears in approximately the same position in the parallel list of Issachar areas in Joshua 19:21, 21:29. But others note that it is a distinct site, "Anim"; albeit near En-gannim. [e.g., Martino (Ed.). Atlas Biblicus. Paris (Suptibus P. Lethielleux, 1907). [Quote: "urbs tribus Issachar, fortasse eadem atque Engannim (Djenin) vel probabilius urbs distincta, vicus ‘Anim inter aquilonem et occidentum ab Engannim.]