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A city occupied by the Philistines (2 Sam 21:18–19). David’s mighty men killed giants there, including Saph and possibly Goliath or Goliath’s brother Lahmi. The parallel account in 1 Chr 20:4 places the battle at Gezer (גֶּזֶר, gezer).
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GOB (PLACE) [Heb gôb (גֹּוב)]. The site of two battles against the Philistines during the reign of David (2 Sam 21:18, 19). Gob appears twice in a series of four episodes in which heroes from David’s ranks defeated Philistine champions (2 Sam 21:15–22). During the first encounter at Gob, Sibbecai slew
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GOB. The exact location is unknown but at this place David’s soldiers fought two battles with the Philistines (2 Sam 21:18–19). The parallel passage in 1 Chr 20:4 lists Gezer as the locale of the contests. Gob, which is mentioned in the Amarna letters as Gubbu, may have been near the better-known Gezer.
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