Latine lapis pollicis, aut pollex; vel lapis in eis; a filiis Ruben sic appellatus est terminus filiorum Iudae: iacet in valle contra orientem, in via regia ad Adonim; Magnus est in modum clibani, et videtur esse marmor. Bredenbach itin. 6. Hieron. in Locis Ebr. Videatur Andreas Masius in Ios. c. 5.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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