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Canneh
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Canneh
Canneh (כַּנֵּה‎, kanneh). A town mentioned in Ezek 27:23 in connection with Haran and Eden; identified as one of the places with which Tyre had commercial relations.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Canneh (Place)
CANNEH (PLACE) [Heb kannēh (כַּנֵּה)]. A N Mesopotamian city with whom Tyre traded in textiles (Ezek 27:23). Assyrian texts of the 8th and 7th centuries b.c. contain numerous references to individuals involved in economic transactions who are from Kannuʾ, a city whose precise geographical location is
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Canneh
Canneh. Alternate name for Calneh, a city in northern Syria, in Ezekiel 27:23.See Calneh #2.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Canneh
Canneh kañə [Heb. kannēh; Gk. Chanaa]; NEB KANNEH. A place mentioned in Ezk. 27:23 together with Haran and Eden as cities with which Tyre had commercial relations. This is the only reference to Canneh, and the site is unknown. However, its association with Haran and Eden suggests that it was located
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Canneh
CANNEH Alternate name for Calneh, a city in northern Syria, in Ezekiel 27:23. See Calneh #2.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Canneh
CANNEHMentioned only in Ezk 27:23. Located in Syria, it was connected with Haran and Eden as one of the places with which Tyre had commercial relations. The site is unknown. It is possibly the same as Calneh (q.v.).
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Canneh
CANNEH. The name of a settlement or town mentioned, with *Haran and *Eden, as trading with Tyre (Ezk. 27:23). The site is unknown, but the above association suggests the area of the middle Euphrates, and this has support from Assyr. documents of the 7th century bc.T. C. Mitchell.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Canneh
Canneh (Heb. kannēh)A Mesopotamian city that maintained trade relations with Tyre (Ezek. 27:23). Older attempts to identify it with Calneh (Amos 6:2) have been discredited.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Canneh
Canneh [kănˊə] (Heb. kannēh). A Mesopotamian city that maintained trade relations with Tyre (Ezek. 27:23). Some suggest that it is the same as Calneh (Amos 6:2) or Calno (Isa. 10:9).
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Canneh
CAN´NEH. Mentioned only in Ezek. 27:23, and probably a contracted form of the earlier Calneh (Gen. 10:10).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Canneh
CANNEH [KAN eh] — a place mentioned in Ezekiel 27:23 along with Eden and Haran, which suggests a location in Mesopotamia.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CANNEH
CANNEH<kan’-e> (כַּנֵּה‎ [kanneh]; [Χανάα, Chanaa]): Mentioned in Ezekiel 27:23 in connection with Haran and Eden as one of the places with which Tyre had commercial relations. This is the only reference to the place and the site is unknown. Gesenius and others think it is probably the same as Calneh
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