The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Fejja The site of an ancient settlement occupied intermittently from the Early Chalcolithic to the Roman-Byzantine period. Located about 3 miles from Aphek/Antipatris.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
FEJJA (M.R. 141165). A ruined Arab village, today located within the municipal limits of Petah-Tiqvah, about 5 km from Ras el-ʿAin (biblical Aphek/Antipatris). The name Fejja recalls the Gk name of the Hellenistic site Pegai, meaning “the springs.” Pegai is first mentioned in the Zenon Papyri (ca. 259
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
FEJJA. A ruined Arab village situated about 5 km (3 mi.) from the mound of APHEK (see ANTIPATRIS). The name Fejja is similar to the Greek name of the Hellenistic site, Pegai (Pēgai Πηγαὶ), meaning “springs,” mentioned for the first time in the Zenon papyri (259 bce) as a frontier post, most likely to