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Also called “Tibhath” or “Tebah.” City located in southern Syria and ruled by Hadadezer, king of Zobah. Betah was raided by King David, resulting in the loss of much of its bronze (2 Sam 8:8; 1 Chr 18:8).
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BETAH (PLACE) [Heb beṭaḥ (בֶּטַח)]. A city belonging to Hadadezer, king of Zobah in Syria, from which David took a large amount of bronze (2 Sam 8:8). The name of this N Syrian town is problematic. The Syriac reads ṭbḥ and the Lucianic mss of the LXX read (ma)tebak, both apparently referring to the
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