Exodus 15:27

Overview - Exodus 15
The song of Moses, Miriam, and Israel on their deliverance.
22 The people want water in the wilderness.
23 The waters at Marah are bitter, they murmur, Moses prays, and sweetens the waters by God's direction.
27 They encamp at Elim, where are twelve wells, and seventy palm trees.
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Exodus 15:27  (King James Version)
And they came to Elim, where were twelve wells of water, and threescore and ten palm trees: and they encamped there by the waters.

This was on the northern skirts of the desert of Sin, and, according to Dr. Shaw, two leagues from Tor, and near 30 ; from Corondel, which he conjectures to be Marah, where there is a small rill, which is brackish. He found but nine of the wells, the other three being filled up with sand; but the 70 ; palm trees had increased into more than 2,000.
Numbers 33:9 ; Isaiah 12:3 ; Ezekiel 47:12 ; Revelation 7:17 ; 22:2