The lot was drawn for Joseph. The border of Joseph's territory goes from the Jordan River at Jericho to the springs of Jericho on the east, through the desert that goes up from Jericho, and through the mountains to Bethel.
From Bethel the border goes to Luz and over to Ataroth at the border of the Archites.
Then it descends west to the border of Japhlet and Lower Beth Horon, on to Gezer, and ends at the Mediterranean Sea.
So Joseph's sons, Manasseh and Ephraim, received this land as their inheritance.
This is the territory for the families descended from Ephraim. The eastern border of the land they inherited is from Ataroth Addar to Upper Beth Horon.
From there the border goes west, with Michmethath on the north. The border then turns east to Taanath Shiloh and passes east to Janoah.
From Janoah it descends to Ataroth and Naarah, touches Jericho, and ends at the Jordan River.
At Tappuah the border goes west along the Kanah River and ends at the Mediterranean Sea. This is the land given as an inheritance to the families of the tribe of Ephraim
with all the cities and their villages selected for Ephraim in Manasseh's territory.
However, they did not force out the Canaanites who lived in Gezer. So the Canaanites still live in Ephraim today, but they are required to do forced labor.