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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).
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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).
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The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land
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
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