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A city located north of Jerusalem, whose inhabitants fled at the invasion of the Assyrian army (Isa 10:31).
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GEBIM (PLACE) [Heb gēbı̂m (גֵּבִים)]. A town whose inhabitants fled as the Assyrian army marched S toward Jerusalem (Isa 10:31). In the poetic oracle of Isaiah it is placed between Anathoth and Nob, suggesting that it lies somewhere ca. 2–3 miles N and perhaps E of Jerusalem.Gary A. Herion
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Gebim gēʹbim [Heb. gēḇîm—‘trenches’]. A city N of Jerusalem whose inhabitants fled at the approach of the Assyrian invaders (Isa. 10:31). Its place in the order of names, after Anathoth and before Nob, seems to point to some position not far from Jerusalem, though its precise location is unknown.
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