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Nahom ( / ˈ n eɪ . h ʌ m /  ) is a place referenced in the Book of Mormon ( 1 Nephi 16:34 ) as one of the stops on the Old World segment of Lehi's journey. This location is referred to as the place where Ishmael is laid to rest. It was also at this location that the path of Lehi's journey changed from a southern to an eastern direction before continuing toward the coast and the land ( 1 Nephi 17:1 ) Bountiful. ( See Archaeology and the Book of Mormon. )
Some LDS archaeologists believe that they have located the site of Nahom as a settlement and tribal area known anciently and still today as "NHM" (see below). Critics doubt the link between Nahom and NHM, as well as having other criticisms.
In 1 Nephi 16 , Lehi receives the Liahona and his group departs from the Valley of Lemuel. After traveling for four days in "nearly a south-southeast direction" they make camp in a place they name " Shazer." They continue to travel in the "same direction" for "many days" with the Liahona as a guide ( 1 Nephi 16 ). Verses 34 and 35 read: