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GIAH (PLACE) [Heb gı̂aḥ (גִּיחַ)]. An unknown site close to which Joab and Abishai rallied supportive Benjaminites in their pursuit of Abner (2 Sam 2:24). The text is difficult, if not corrupt. Neither the name Giah nor the hill of Ammah, which it is said to be near, are otherwise attested. LXX reads
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Giah gēʹə [Heb. gî (a)ḥ]. An unidentified place mentioned in 2 S. 2:24, though the text may be corrupt. The passage speaks of “the hill of Ammah, which lies before Giah on the way to the wilderness of Gibeon.” Ammah has not been identified as either a place or a person, and there is no wilderness
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