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A hill facing Giah by the way of the wilderness of Gibeon, where Abner made a truce with Joab (2 Sam 2:24).
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AMMAH (PLACE) [Heb ʾammâ (אַמָּה)]. A hill E of Gibeon that lies “before Giah on the way of the wilderness of Gibeon” (2 Sam 2:24) that descends to the Jordan Valley. On the evening of the battle at Gibeon between the men of Israel and the servants of David, Joab (David’s captain) and his brother Abishai
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