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Beth-Diblathaim
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Beth-Diblathaim
Beth-Diblathaim (בֵּית־דִּבְלָתַיִם‎, beith-divlathayim; οικος Δεβλαιθαίμ, oikos Deblaithaim). A town of Moab mentioned along with Dibon and Nebo in one of Jeremiah’s oracles (Jer 48:22).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Beth-Diblathaim (Place)
BETH-DIBLATHAIM (PLACE) [Heb bêt diblātāyim (בֵּית דִּבְלָתָיִם)]. A town mentioned in Jeremiah’s oracle against Moab (48:22). According to this verse, “judgment has come upon the tableland,” i.e., God’s wrath was unleashed against a number of Moabite settlements, including Beth-diblathaim. The Mesha
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Beth-diblathaim
Beth-diblathaim. Town in Moab (Jer 48:22), and probably identical with Almon-diblathaim.See Almon-diblathaim.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Beth-Diblathaim
Beth-Diblathaim beth-dib-lə-thāʹim [Heb. bêṯ diḇlāṯayim—‘house of Diblathaim’].A town in Moab mentioned with Dibon and Nebo (Jer. 48:22). It is probably identical with Almon-diblathaim (Nu. 33:46f), a stopping place during the Exodus. Mesha claims to have fortified it along with Medeba and Baal-meon
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Beth-Diblathaim
BETH-DIBLATHAIM Town in Moab (Jer 48:22), and probably identical with Almon-diblathaim. See Almon-diblathaim.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Beth-Diblathaim
BETH-DIBLATHAIM. A town on the tableland of Moab once in possession of Israel and mentioned with Dibon and Nebo (Jer 48:22). It is probably the same as Almon-diblathaim (q.v.; Num 33:46 f.). Mesha claims to have fortified it along with Medeba and Baal-meon. It has been identified with the double ruin
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Beth-Diblathaim
Beth-Diblathaim (Heb. bêṯ diḇlāṯāyim)A town named in Jeremiah’s oracle against Moab (Jer. 48:22). It may be the same as Almon-diblathaim (Num. 33:46), a resting place during the Exodus. The town is mentioned along with Medeba and Baal-meon in the 9th-century Moabite Stone.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Beth-Diblathaim
Beth-Diblathaim [bĕthˊdĭb lə thāˊəm] (Heb. bêṯ diḇlāṯayim “house of two fig cakes”[?]). A town in Moab (Jer. 48:22), perhaps the same as Almon-diblathaim (Num. 33:46), which was a resting place during the Exodus. The town is mentioned along with Medeba and Baal-meon in the ninth-century Moabite
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Beth-diblathaim
Beth-diblatha´im (house of fig-cakes), a town of Moab, Jer. 48:22, apparently the place elsewhere called Almon-diblathaim.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Beth-Diblathaim
Beth-Diblathaimhouse of two cakes of figs, a city of Moab, upon which Jeremiah (48:22) denounced destruction. It is called also Almon-diblathaim (Num. 33:46) and Diblath (Ezek. 6:14). (R.V., “Diblah.”)
Diblathaim
Diblathaimtwo cakes, a city of Moab, on the east of the Dead Sea (Num. 33:46; Jer. 48:22).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Beth Diblathaim
BETH DIBLATHAIM [beth dib lah THAY em] (house of two fig cakes) — a Moabite town associated with Dibon and Nebo (Jer. 48:22), perhaps the same place as Almon Diblathaim (Num. 33:46–47).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
BETH-DIBLATHAIM
BETH-DIBLATHAIM<beth-dib-la-tha’-im> (בֵּית־דִּבְלָתַיִם‎ [beth dibhlathayim]; [οικος Δεβλαιθ1αίμ, oikos Deblaithaim], literally, “house of Diblathaim”): A town in Moab mentioned with Dibon and Nebo (Jeremiah 48:22). It is probably identical with Almondiblathaim (Numbers 33:46 f). Mesha claims