This is the land the tribe of Joseph received. It started at the Jordan River near Jericho and continued to the waters of Jericho, just east of the city. The border went up from Jericho to the mountains of Bethel.
Then it continued from Bethel (also called Luz) to the Arkite border at Ataroth.
From there it went west to the border of the Japhletites and continued to the area of the Lower Beth Horon. Then it went to Gezer and ended at the sea.
So Manasseh and Ephraim, sons of Joseph, received their land.
This is the land that was given to the family groups of Ephraim: Their border started at Ataroth Addar in the east, went to Upper Beth Horon,
and then to the sea. From Micmethath it turned eastward toward Taanath Shiloh and continued eastward to Janoah.
Then it went down from Janoah to Ataroth and to Naarah. It continued until it touched Jericho and stopped at the Jordan River.
The border went from Tappuah west to Kanah Ravine and ended at the sea. This is all the land that was given to each family group in the tribe of the Ephraimites.
Many of the towns were actually within Manasseh's borders, but the people of Ephraim got those towns and their villages.
The Ephraimites could not force the Canaanites to leave Gezer, so the Canaanites still live among the Ephraimites today, but they became slaves of the Ephraimites.