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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
BIZIOTHIAH (PLACE) [Heb bizyôtyâ (בִּזְיֹותְיָה)]. A town in Judah located in the extreme S (Negeb) near Beersheba: the MT reads “and Hazar-shual and Beersheba and Biziothiah” (Josh 15:28). However, this reading is almost certainly incorrect. First, the parallel list of Neh 11:27 reads “and in Hazar-shual
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Biziothiah, Bizjothjah. Listed in Joshua 15:28 (kjv Bizjothjah) as a city in the Negeb desert area of Judah. The Greek OT, called the Septuagint, has “and her daughters,” which would mean that this was not a specific place, but rather the cluster of villages surrounding Hazar-shual and Beersheba. Such
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Biziothiah bizʹē-ō-thiʹə [Heb. bizyôṯyâ; Gk. hai kṓmai autṓn—lit. ‘their villages’]; AV BIZJOTHJAH; NEB “its villages.” Following the MT, a town in the Negeb near Beer-sheba (Josh. 15:28). The LXX reading, followed by the NEB, is based on a very slight change in the MT, to benôṯeyhā, “her
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
BIZIOTHIAH, BIZJOTHJAH* Listed in Joshua 15:28 (kjv “Bizjothjah”) as a city in the Negev Desert area of Judah. The Greek OT, called the Septuagint, has “and her daughters,” which would mean that this was not a specific place but rather the cluster of villages surrounding Hazar-shual and Beersheba. Such
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
BIZIOTHIAH<biz-yo-thi’-a>, <biz-joth’-ja> (בִּזָיוֹתְיָה [bizyotheyah]; Septuagint [αἱ κω̂μαι αὐτω̂ν, hai komai auton], literally “their villages”; the King James Version Bizjothjah, “place of Jah’s olives” (Young), or “contempt of Jah” (Strong)): According to Massoretic Text, a town in the