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Also known as “Beth-baal-meon.” A town located in northern Moab and assigned to the tribe of Reuben (Num 32:3, 38; Josh 13:17; 1 Chr 5:8; Jer 48:23; Ezek 25:9).
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BEON (PLACE) [Heb bĕʿōn (בְּעֹן)]. A site in N Moab allotted to the tribe of Reuben for pasture (Num 32:3). It is generally identified with BAAL-MEON. The critical apparatus of BHS conjectures that MT’s bʿn is corrupt, and should be read *bt mʿn, that is, Beth Meon (as in Jer 48:23).C. Gilbert Romero
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BEON. An old Amorite city on the frontiers of Moab, known fully as Beth-baal-meon (q.v. Josh 13:17); more briefly Baal-meon (q.v.; Num 32:38) or Beth-meon (Jer 48:23), as well as Beon (32:3). It was assigned to the Reubenites and rebuilt by them (Num 32:2–5). The city was held by Mesha, king of Moab,
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