Adami-nekeb according to the Revised Version, or Adami-hannekeb (Hebrew: אדמי הנקב, i.e. the pass Adami), is a place mentioned in the Hebrew Bible's Book of Joshua,  as a passage on the frontier of Naphtali. It is mentioned only in Joshua 19:33.
The Vulgate gives Adami quae est Neceb, "Adami, which is Neceb," while the King James Version translates as two separate names, "Adami" and "Nekeb", as does the Septuagint: ΑΡΜΕ ΚΑΙ ΝΕΒΩΚ(Codex Vaticanus), or ΑΡΜΑΙ ΚΑΙ ΝΕΚΕΒ (Codex Alexandrinus). The Jerusalem Talmud (Megillah 11) also divides the expression, Adami being represented as Damin, and Hannekeb as Caidatah.[clarification needed]
Adolf Neubauer and George Adam Smith identify Adami with Damieh, 5 miles west of Tiberias, the site proposed by the Palestine Exploration Survey for the 'fenced city' Adamah of Joshua 19:36. This, notes T. K. Cheyne, seems too far south considering that the 'tree of Bezaanim' (see Zaanaim) was close to Kedesh, while Jabneel appears to have been a north Galilean fortress. These are the two localities between which Adami-nekeb is mentioned in Joshua 19:33. It is probable that the name Nkbu in the Karnak list of Thutmose III means the pass Adami.
- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Cheyne, Thomas Kelly; Black, J. Sutherland, eds. (1899). "Adami-nekeb". Encyclopaedia Biblica. 1. Toronto: George N. Morang & Company.
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