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1.Numbers 32:16ff and Joshua 4:12 where, wisely or unwisely, the men
of Reuben, the men of Gad, and half the tribe of Manasseh cross the Jordan, leaving
behind their wives, children and possessions, took a vow to not return until
every one of the children of Israel had received their inheritance.