Mount Helal

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Mount Helal is a mountain located in northern Sinai that is thought by some, including Claude Scudamore Jarvis, to be the biblical Mount Sinai.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jarvis, C.S. (1938), "The forty years' wandering of the Israelites", Palestine Exploration Quarterly: 25–40 
  2. ^ de Geus, C.H.J. (1977), "Kadesh Barnea: Some geographical and historical remarks", in Brongers, Hendrik Antonie, Instruction and Interpretation: Studies in Hebrew Language, Palestinian archaeology and biblical exegesis, Leiden: Brill Archive, ISBN 90-04-05433-2 

Coordinates: 30°38′21″N 34°02′48″E / 30.639094°N 34.046631°E / 30.639094; 34.046631