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A town in the Negev assigned to the tribe of Judah (Josh 15:27). It was resettled after the Babylonian exile (Neh 11:26). The precise location of Beth-pelet (“house of escape”) is unknown.
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BETH-PELET (PLACE) [Heb bêt-peleṭ (בֵּית־פֶּלֶט)]. A town in Judah located in the extreme S (Negeb) near Beersheba and toward the boundary of Edom (Josh 15:27). It was one of the towns reoccupied by Judeans when they returned from exile (Neh 11:26). Petrie (1930:15) identified it with the S Tell el-Fara
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Beth-pelet. City assigned to Judah at the partitioning of the Promised Land (Jos 15:27, kjv Beth-palet). Later resettled by the people of Judah after the return from exile in Babylon (Neh 11:26, kjv Beth-phelet), Beth-pelet was possibly the hometown of David’s warrior Helez the Paltite (2 Sm 23:26; 1
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BETH-PALET. Listed by Joshua (15:27) among the uttermost cities of Judah (v. 21), near the border of Edom S of Beer-sheba. In Neh 11:26 (here called Beth-phelet) it is mentioned as a village of Judah. The site is uncertain; Aharoni suggests Tell es-Saqati (The Land of the Bible, Westminister, 1967 p.
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