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1:3 On the first of the eleventh month in the fortieth year, Moses [also] spoke to the Israelites regarding all that God had commanded him for them.
Vayehi be'arba'im shanah be'ashtey-asar chodesh be'echad lachodesh diber Moshe el-beney Yisra'el kechol asher tsivah Adonay oto alehem.
1:4 This was after he had defeated Sichon king of the Amorites who lived in Cheshbon, and Og, king of the Bashan, who lived in Ashtaroth, [who was defeated in] Edre'i.
Acharey hakoto et Sichon melech ha'Emori asher yoshev beCheshbon ve'et Og melech haBashan asher-yoshev be'Ashtarot be'Edre'i.



Commentary:

first of the eleventh month
  1 Shevat, 2488 (January 18, 1273 b.c.e.).

also
  (cf. Adereth Eliahu; Ramban). See Deuteronomy 5:1 ff.

Sichon...
  Numbers 21:21-24, Deuteronomy 3:2.

Og...
  Numbers 21:31-35, Deuteronomy 3:3.

who was defeated in
  (Ramban). Or, 'Ashtaroth in Edre'i' (Rashi).

Edre'i
  See Numbers 21:33.





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