Jabesh Gilead and Surrounding Tribes
The stock image depicts the location of Jabesh Gilead, an ancient city in the northern region of Gilead in Israel, along with the surrounding tribes. The city is marked with a red dot, and the surrounding tribes, including Manasseh, Ephraim, and Gad, are labeled on the map.
The map also features the Jordan River to the west and the mountains of Gilead to the east. Jabesh Gilead is significant in the Old Testament as the location where the Israelites buried the bodies of King Saul and his sons after they were killed in battle.
This map provides historical context and geographical orientation for those studying the Old Testament accounts of battles and political events in this region.