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A city in the hill country of Judah that is mentioned in the allotment of the promised land (Josh 15:59).
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BETH-ANOTH (PLACE) [Heb bêt ʿănôt (בֵּית עֲנֹות)]. One of the cities in the hill country of the tribe of Judah (Josh 15:59). Beth Anoth is listed fifth in a list of six cities after Halhul (modern Ar Ḥalḥûl, M.R. 160109), Beth Zur (Kh. eṭ-Ṭubeiqeh, M.R. 159110), Gedor (Kh. Jedûr, M.R. 158115),
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Beth-anoth. Village in the hill country assigned to Judah’s tribe after the Israelite conquest of Canaan (Jos 15:59). It was probably the location of an ancient Canaanite altar, since Anath was a Canaanite fertility goddess and consort of Baal. It has been identified as modern Khirbet Beit Ainun.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Beth-Anoth beth-āʹnoth [Heb. bêṯ ‘anōṯ; Gk. Baithanam—‘house of Anoth’ (to associate this name with the goddess Anath is not justified by the consonantal text)]. One of the cities in the hill country allotted to Judah (Josh. 15:59), often identified as Beit’Ainûn, 2 mi (3 km) SE of Ḥalhûl and
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