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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Asuppim
Asuppim. kjv transliteration of a Hebrew word meaning storehouses, a part of the temple complex, in 1 Chronicles 26:15, 17.See Tabernacle, Temple.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Storehouse
Storehouse [Heb. (bêṯ) ʾôṣār (2 K. 20:13, 15; Neh. 10:38 [MT 39]; 13:12f.; Job 38:22; Ps. 33:7; Jer. 10:13; Mal. 3:10; etc.), ʾāsōp̱—‘stores’ (1 Ch. 26:15, 17; Neh. 12:25), miskenôṯ—‘storage place’ (2 Ch. 32:28); Gk. tameíon (Lk. 12:24)]; AV also TREASURE, TREASURY, ASSUPPIM (1 Ch. 26:15,
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Asuppim
ASUPPIM* kjv transliteration of a Hebrew word meaning “storehouses,” a part of the temple complex, in 1 Chronicles 26:15, 17. See Temple.
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Granary
granary, a storage facility for threshed and winnowed grains such as wheat and barley. The facility ranged in size and format from an entire building of rooms or compartments, to plastered or unplastered pits or silos, to individual jars or containers. The presence of large granary structures in the
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Asuppim
ASUPPIM. The KJV in 1 Chr 26:15, 17, transliterates this as a proper noun. Literally, it means “gatherings”, “stores”. The RSV translates here as the temple “storehouse”, and in Neh 12:25 as “the storehouses of the gates”.
Storehouse
STOREHOUSE. Heb (bêt) hâ˒ôsār, “house of the treasure,” was a government or temple warehouse serving as a treasury or magazine for all kinds of products (1 Kgs 7:51; 15:18; 1 Chr 27:25; Neh 10:38; 13:12–13; Joel 1:17; Mal 3:10).The ˒ăsāmı̂m probably were underground silos or storage pits for grain,
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Asuppim
Asuppim. Heb. (bêṯ) hā˒asuppîm (1 Chr. 26:15, 17) appears as a proper name in KJV (“[the house of] Asuppim”). It can, however, be translated “the store-house” as in RSV
The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land
Stores
STORES Royal and communal buildings for storing grain were common to most cities. The four Hebrew names by which they were known are rendered in the Authorized Version as ‘storehouses’ (Deut. 28:8; Jer. 50:26), ‘garners’ and ‘barns’ (Joel 1:17). Their shapes are known from excavations and from Egyptian
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Asuppim
Asup´pim, and House of, 1 Chron. 26:15, 17, literally house of the gatherings. Some understand it as the proper name of chambers on the south of the temple; others of certain store-rooms, or of the council chambers in the outer court of the temple in which the elders held their deliberations.
Thresholds the
Thresholds, The. This word, Asuppê, appears to be inaccurately rendered in Neh. 12:25, though its real force has perhaps not yet been discovered. The “house of Asuppim,” or simply “the Asuppim,” is mentioned in 1 Chron. 26:15, 17 as a part, probably a gate, of the enclosure of the “house of Jehovah,”
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Storehouse
STOREHOUSE. The rendering of several original terms, meaning a treasury (1 Chron. 27:25; Ps. 33:7; Mal. 3:10, as elsewhere rendered); a receptacle for provisions (cf. Deut. 28:8; Prov. 3:10; “barns”), usually underground in the East; a granary (Jer. 50:26; cf. Ex. 1:11; Luke 12:24). The Egyptians had
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Asuppim
Asuppim(1 Chr. 26:15, 17, Authorized Version; but in Revised Version, “storehouse”), properly the house of stores for the priests. In Neh. 12:25 the Authorized Version has “thresholds,” marg. “treasuries” or “assemblies;” Revised Version, “storehouses.”
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Granary
Granarygranary, a storage facility for threshed and winnowed grains such as wheat and barley. The facility ranged in size and format from an entire building of rooms or compartments to plastered or unplastered pits or silos to individual jars or containers. The presence of large granary structures
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Asuppim, House of
ASUPPIM, HOUSE OF [a SUP im] (storehouses) — buildings for storing Temple goods, located near the southern door of the Temple in the outer court (1 Chr. 26:15, 17, KJV). Asuppim is the transliteration of a Hebrew word that most modern versions translate as Storehouse or storehouses.
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