AETHERIA XII 9 AND THE SITE OF BIBLICAL EDREI BY ROBERT HILL Rome About the year 393 1) the pilgrim nun Aetheria recorded for her sisters in Europe a view of the city where once dwelt Og, king of Bashan. Visiting the church on the summit of Mt. Nebo, Aetheria was first shown from the church door the outlook to the left 2), noting conscientiously that of some cities indicated only a heap of stones could be seen and that for all the efforts of guides to point out Lot's wife "we saw no pillar". The pilgrims then took the view to the right, or north-northeast direction 3) : Item de dextra parte ecclesiae, a foras tamen, accessimus et ostensae sunt nobis inde a contra duae civitates, id est Esebon, quae fuit regis Seon, regis Amorreorum, quae nunc appellatur Exebon, et alia Og, regis Basan, quae nunc dicitur Safdra 4). Item de eodem loco ostensa est nobis a contra Fogor, quae fuit civitas regni Edom. (9) Hae autem civitates omnes, quas videbamus, in montibus erant positae, infra autem modice deorsum planior locus nobis videbatur. Tunc dictum est nobis, quia in isdem diebus, qua sanctus Moyses vel filii Israhel
Vetus Testamentum – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1966
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