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Daberath
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Daberath
Daberath (דָֽבְרַת‎, daverath). A levitical city located west of Mount Tabor on the Issachar-Zebulun border, assigned to the Gershonites (Josh 19:12; 21:28; 1 Chr 6:72).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Daberath (Place)
DABERATH (PLACE) [Heb dābĕrat (דָּבְרַת)]. A levitical city allocated to the tribe of Issachar (Josh 21:28 = 1 Chr 6:57—Eng 6:72). Daberath is also listed as defining part of the border of Zebulun, which went in the direction of Chisloth-tabor and then followed the watercourse to Daberath (Josh 19:12).
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Daberath
Daberath. Town in Issachar’s territory given to the Levite family of Gershon (Jos 21:28, kjv Dabareh; 1 Chr 6:72). It was located west of Mt Tabor on the Issachar-Zebulun border, and has been identified with the modern Debuyiyeh.See Levitical Cities.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Daberath
Daberath dabʹə-rath [Heb. dāḇeraṯ—‘pasture’]; AV also DABAREH (Josh. 21:28), NEB DABERAH. A town in that part of Galilee which Joshua allotted to the tribe of Issachar. It was given to the Gershonites of the tribe of Levi (Josh. 21:28; 1 Ch. 6:72) and is named in defining the eastern boundary of
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Daberath
DABERATH Town in Issachar’s territory given to the Levite family of Gershon (Jos 21:28; 1 Chr 6:72). It was located west of Mt Tabor on the Issachar-Zebulun border, and has been identified with the modern Deburiyeh.See also Levitical Cities.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Daberath
DABERATH. Variant of Dabareh in Josh 21:28.A Levitical town lying on the boundary line of Zebulun (Josh 19:12) and Issachar (Josh 21:28, RSV), probably modern Deburiyeh, at the foot of Mount Tabor. A strategic location, it may have been the site of the defeat of Sisera by Barak (Jdg 4:14–22).
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Daberath
DABERATH. A levitical city of Issachar (1 Ch. 6:72; Jos. 21:28, where av has ‘Dabareh’), probably on the border of Zebulun (Jos. 19:12). It is usually identified with the ruins near the modern Village of Debûriyeh, at the W foot of Mt Tabor. (*Deborah.)J. D. Douglas.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Daberath
Daberath (Heb. dāḇĕraṯ)A levitical town assigned to the Gershonites (Josh. 21:28 = 1 Chr. 6:72 [MT 57]) within the tribal territory of Issachar, on the border of Zebulun (19:12). The site has been identified as Khirbet Dabūra (185233), just E of Dabûriyeh at the northwest foot of Mt. Tabor. Rabbith
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Daberath
Daberath [dăbˊə răth] (Heb. dāḇeraṯ “pasture”). A levitical town in the region assigned to Issachar, on the border of Zebulun (Josh. 19:12), identified with contemporary Dabûriyeh at the northwest foot of Mt. Tabor. It was given by God to the Gershonites after the allotment of lands (21:28;
The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land
Daberath
DABERATH A Levitical city in the territory of Issachar (Josh. 21:28; Authorized Version: ‘Dabareh’; 1 Chr. 6:72), mentioned in the description of the boundary of the territory of Zebulun, between Chisloth-Tabor and Japhia (Josh. 19:12). Josephus (Life 126; 318; War ii, 595) writes about the village under
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Dabareh
Dab´areh (pasture), Josh. 21:28, or Daberath, a town on the boundary of Zebulun. Josh. 19:12. Under the name of Debarieh it still lies at the western foot of Tabor.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Daberath
DAB´ERATH (dabʹe-rath; “pasture”). A Levitical town of Issachar (Josh. 19:12; 21:28; 1 Chron. 6:72). It lay at the western foot of Mt. Tabor. It is the present insignificant village of Deburieh.
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