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A town in Syria from which King David took bronze that was later used by Solomon to build the temple (1 Chr 18:8; compare 2 Sam 8:8).
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BEROTHAH (PLACE) [Heb bērôtâ (בֵּרֹותָה)]. One of the places which mark part of the N boundary of Israel as envisioned by Ezek 47:15–16. The LXX places Berothah at the beginning of the verse and immediately after Zedad. Although it is difficult to determine whether the final he is a directional marker
BEROTHAI (PLACE) [Heb bērōtay (בֵּרֹתַי)]. City from which David took much bronze (2 Sam 8:8), and a principal city of the kingdom of Zobah at the time of its conquest by David. It may be located on the site of modern Bereitan (33°55´N; 36°08´E) in the Beqaʿ Valley of Lebanon. Instead of Berothai,
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BEROTHAH, BEROTHAI. A town situated between Hamath and Damascus (Ezk 47:16). It is probably identical with Berothai, a city which was once subject to Hadadezer, king of Zobah, but was captured by David and yielded him large booty in brass (2 Sam 8:8; in 1 Chr 18:8 called Chun, q.v.). Identified with
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Cun (Heb. kûn)A city belonging to Hadadezer of Syria from which King David pillaged a great amount of the bronze later used by Solomon for the construction of the bronze sea and other temple objects (1 Chr. 18:8; cf. 2 Sam. 8:8, Berothai). Cun, named Conna by the Romans, is sometimes identified with
Berothah (Heb. bērôṯâ)A city on the northern boundary of the ideal Israel (Ezek. 47:16). It may be the same as Berothai.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Cun [kŭn] (Heb. kûn). One of the two cities belonging to Hadadezer of Syria from which King David pillaged a great amount of the bronze later used by his son Solomon for the construction of the bronze sea and other temple objects (1 Chr. 18:8; KJV “Chun”). Cun, named Conna by the Romans, is the
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