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20-46 The number of men from each tribe who were at least twenty years old and strong enough to fight in Israel’s army was as follows:

46,500 from Reuben,
the oldest son of Jacob,[a]

59,300 from Simeon,
45,650 from Gad,
74,600 from Judah,
54,400 from Issachar,
57,400 from Zebulun,
40,500 from Ephraim,
32,200 from Manasseh,
35,400 from Benjamin,
62,700 from Dan,
41,500 from Asher,
53,400 from Naphtali.

The total number of men registered by Moses, Aaron, and the twelve leaders was 603,550.

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Footnotes

  1. 1.20-46 Jacob: The Hebrew text has “Israel,” Jacob’s name after God renamed him.

27 The number from the tribe of Judah(A) was 74,600.

28 From the descendants of Issachar:(B)

All the men twenty years old or more who were able to serve in the army were listed by name, according to the records of their clans and families. 29 The number from the tribe of Issachar(C) was 54,400.(D)

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