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Ashbea (Place)
Ashbea
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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Ashbea
Ashbea. Name of a family in 1 Chronicles 4:21 (kjv). The rsv is probably correct in translating the name as the family’s place of residence.See Beth-ashbea.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Ashbea
ASHBEA* Name of a family in 1 Chronicles 4:21 (kjv). The nlt is probably correct in translating the name as the family’s place of residence. See Beth-ashbea.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Ashbea
ASHBEA. The town in the tribe of Judah noted for its linen workers (1 Chr 4:21). RSV renders it Beth-ashbea.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Ashbea
Ash´bea (I adjure), a proper name, but whether of a person or place is uncertain. 1 Chron. 4:21.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Ashbea
ASH´BEA (ashʹbe-a). In the KJV, the head of a family mentioned as working in fine linen (1 Chron. 4:21). The NASB and NIV interpret the Heb. to be part of the name of a village, Beth-ashbea (which see).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Ashbea
ASHBEA [ASH bih ah] — the name given to a family of “linen workers” of the house of Ashbea (1 Chr. 4:21). It probably refers to the place where they lived.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ASHBEA
ASHBEA<ash’-be-a>, <ash-be’-a> ( אַשְׁבֵּעַ‎ [’ashbeà]): “The house of Ashbea,” a family of linen-workers mentioned in 1 Chronicles 4:21. We might render [beth ’ashbeà] as their dwelling-place; nothing is known of such a place nor is this house of weavers referred to in any other place.
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Ashbea
ASHBEA (Ăsh·bēʹ ȧ) KJV, TEV translation. NIV, NASB, NRSV read Beth-ashbea. See Beth-ashbea.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Ashbea
ASHBEA, ashʹbē̇-a, ash-bēʹa (אַשְׁבֵּעַ‎, ’ashbēa): “The house of Ashbea,” a family of linen-workers mentioned in 1 Ch 4:21. We might render bēth ‘ashbēa as their dwelling-place; nothing is known of such a place nor is this house of weavers referred to in any other place.
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