And Jair died, and was buried in Camon.
] A city of Gilead, as Josephus F21 calls it; Jerom F23, under this word Camon, makes mention of a village in his times, called Cimana, in the large plain six miles from Legion to the north, as you go to Ptolemais; but, as Reland F24 observes, this seems not to be the same place, but rather this is the Camon Polybius F25 speaks of among other cities of Peraea, taken by Antiochus.
F21 Antiqu. l. 5. c. 7. sect. 6.
F23 De loc. Heb. fol. 90. B.
F24 Palestina Illustr. tom. 2. p. 679.
F25 Hist. l. 5.