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Beer-Resisim
Excerpt from the Lexham Bible Dictionary, the most advanced Bible dictionary.
(Bir er-Resisiyeh). A small hilltop site in the western Negev highlands that represents a typical domestic complex during the Early Bronze Age IV (Dever, Excavations, 155–222). The identification of the site of Beer-Resisim in antiquity is unknown. Its modern name, which means “well of the morning-dew,” offers no clue as to the site’s possible ancient identity.
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Beer-Resisim
Beer-Resisim (Bir er-Resisiyeh). A small hilltop site in the western Negev highlands that represents a typical domestic complex during the Early Bronze Age IV (Dever, Excavations, 155–222). The identification of the site of Beer-Resisim in antiquity is unknown. Its modern name, which means “well of the
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Beer-Resisim
BEER-RESISIM (M.R. 109206). A small EB site of ca. 3 acres situated on the S bank of the Naḥal Resisim, a tributary of the Naḥal Niṣṣana, in the W Negeb highlands near Beerotayim on the Israel-Sinai border. Lying at an altitude of 1500 feet, the site receives less than 4 inches of annual rainfall
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
BEER-RESISIM
BEER-RESISIM. Middle Bronze Age I settlement in the Negev where people subsisted on a mixed economy of grazing, farming, and trading of copper and other goods.