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A place where the Israelites camped during their wilderness journey (Deut 10:6). Its name means “wells of the sons of Jaakan.”
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Beeroth Bene-Jaakan (Place)
BEEROTH BENE-JAAKAN (PLACE) [Heb bĕʾērōt bĕnĕ yaʿăqān (בְּאֵרֹת בְּןְ יַעֲקָן)]. Translated as the “wells of the sons of Jaakan,” this is a place where the people of Israel camped during the wilderness period (Deut 10:6). The claim to water rights for a particular clan is not unusual among tribesmen
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
BENE-JAAKAN. A camping-ground of the Israelites (Nu. 33:31–32; Dt. 10:6). Formally it is a tribal name and refers to one of the clans of Seir (1 Ch. 1:42), which is a name for the mountainous region W of Wadi Arabah. No more exact location is possible, as the section of the itinerary in Nu. 33 in which
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Beeroth Bene-Jaakan [bĭrˊŏth bĕnˊĭ jāˊə kən] (Heb. be˒ērōṯ benê-ya˓aqān). See Bene-Jaakan.
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Be-eroth of the children of Jaakan
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
BEN´E-JA´AKAN (benʹe-jaʹa-kan; “children of Jaakan”). A tribe that gave its name to certain wells in the desert that formed one of the halting places of the Israelites on their journey to Canaan (Num. 33:31–32). “Bene-Jaakan is simply an abbreviation of Beeroth-bene-Jaakan, wells of the children of Jaakan.