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 33:7
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33:5 The Israelites left Ra'meses and camped in Sukkoth.
Vayis'u veney-Yisra'el meRamses vayachanu beSukot.
33:6 They left Sukkoth, and camped in Etham at the edge of the desert.
Vayis'u miSukot vayachanu ve'Etam asher biktseh hamidbar.
33:7 They left Etham, and returned to Freedom Valley facing Lord-of-the-North, camping near Tower.
Vayis'u me'Etam vayashov al-pi haChirot asher al-peney Ba'al Tsefon vayachanu lifney Migdol.
33:8 They left Freedom Valley and crossed the Red Sea toward the desert. They then traveled for three days in the Etham Desert and camped in Marah.
Vayis'u mipney haChirot vaya'avru vetoch-hayam hamidbarah vayelechu derech shloshet yamim bemidbar Etam vayachanu beMarah.



Commentary:

Sukkoth
  'Shelters;' Exodus 12:37. It was there that they were first protected by the Clouds of Glory (Targum Yonathan).

Etham
  Exodus 13:20.

Freedom Valley...
  See Exodus 14:1. From here we see that they actually camped at Migdal (Tower).

crossed the Red Sea
  Exodus 14:22. This was on 21 Nissan, 2448. (March 31, 1313 b.c.e.)

Etham Desert
  See Numbers 33:6. Apparently the Etham Desert encompassed both sides of the northern Red Sea.

Marah
  Exodus 15:23. This was 24 Nissan, 2448 (April 3, 1313 b.c.e)





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