Psalms 78:12

Overview - Psalms 78
An exhortation both to learn and to preach, the law of God.
The story of God's wrath against the incredulous and disobedient.
67 The Israelites being rejected, God chose Judah, Zion, and David.
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Psalms 78:12  (King James Version)
Marvellous things did he in the sight of their fathers, in the land of Egypt, in the field of Zoan.

42-50 ; 105:27-38 135:9 Exodus 7:1-12:51 ; Deuteronomy 4:34 ; 6:22 Nehemiah 9:10

Zoan, the ancient capital of the Pharaohs, where Moses wrought so many miracles, is rendered by the Chaldee, {Tanium,} LXX. [Tanis,] Vulgate, {Tanis,} and Coptic, {Tan,} from the
Coptic, {ten,} plain, flat, level; being situated in the low ground of the Delta, on one of the eastern branches of the Nile, bearing its own name, near a large lake, now called the lake of Menzala, 44 miles west of Pelusium, and 169 miles east of Alexandria, according to the Antonine Itinerary, and three miles from the Mediterranean, according to the Geograph. Nubiens Clim. 3, par. 3. There are ruins still remaining to mark the site of Zoan, or Tanis, called San by the Arabs; comprising broken obelisks, capitals of the Corinthian order, a granite monument, etc.
43 ; Genesis 32:3 ; Numbers 13:22 ; Isaiah 19:11 Isaiah 19:13 ; Ezekiel 30:14