Yenoam or Yanoam is a place in ancient Palestine or Syria, known from Ancient Egyptian regnal sources, of the time of Thutmose III to Rameses III. One souch source is a Stela of Seti I found in Beit She'an. Another is the Merneptah Stele.
The location of Yenoam is a matter of speculation. Suggested sites include Tell Shihab in Yarmouk River valley in southern Syria, Tell Na'ama (Na'ameh) in Hula Valley, Tell Na'am (en-Naam) near Yavne'el, and Tell Ovadya (Ubeidiya) in the Jordan Valley.
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