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16 And the lot+ came out for the sons of Joseph+ from the Jordan+ at Jerʹi·cho to the waters of Jerʹi·cho eastward, the wilderness going up from Jerʹi·cho into the mountainous region of Bethʹel.+ 2 And it went out from Bethʹel belonging to Luz+ and passed over to the boundary of the Arʹchites+ at Atʹa·roth, 3 and it went down westward to the boundary of the Japhʹle·tites as far as the boundary of Lower Beth-hoʹron+ and Geʹzer,+ and its termination proved to be at the sea.+ 4 And the sons of Joseph,+ Ma·nasʹseh and Eʹphra·im,+ proceeded to take possession of land.+ 5 And the boundary of the sons of Eʹphra·im by their families came to be, yes, the boundary of their inheritance toward the east came to be Atʹa·roth-adʹdar,+ as far as Upper Beth-hoʹron;+ 6 and the boundary went out to the sea. Mich·meʹthath+ was on the north, and the boundary went around eastward to Taʹa·nath-shiʹloh, and passed over eastward to Ja·noʹah. 7 And it went down from Ja·noʹah to Atʹa·roth and Naʹa·rah and reached to Jerʹi·cho+ and went out to the Jordan. 8 From Tapʹpu·ah+ the boundary moved on westward to the torrent valley of Kaʹnah,+ and its termination proved to be at the sea.+ This is the inheritance of the tribe of the sons of Eʹphra·im by their families. 9 And the sons of Eʹphra·im had enclave* cities+ in the midst of the inheritance of the sons of Ma·nasʹseh, all the cities and their settlements. 10 And they did not drive away the Caʹnaan·ites+ who were dwelling in Geʹzer,+ and the Caʹnaan·ites continue dwelling in among Eʹphra·im down to this day+ and came to be subject to slavish forced labor.+
^ Or, “separated; isolated.”