SEPHET

SEPHET
seu CEFET, urbs in tribu Nephthalim, inter montana, in monte excelso ac loco pulcherrimo, ex clatissimis Decapoleos civitatib. inter Ptolemaidem ad Occasum 30. et Naason in Ortum. 12. mill. pas. apud Carmelum, a Cana Galileae 6. Ferrar.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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