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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
HANNATHON (PLACE) [Heb ḥannātōn (חַנָּתֹן)]. A city on the N boundary of the territory of Zebulun (Josh 19:14). Situated on the Darb el-Hawarneh—the major highway connecting the Hauran and N Transjordan with coastal Palestine—Hannathon was one of the major Canaanite centers of the lower Galilee (Oded
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hannathon hanʹə-thon [Heb. ḥannāṯôn—‘gracious, favored’]. A city on the northern boundary of the territory assigned to the tribe of Zebulun when Canaan was divided among the tribes of Israel after the Conquest (Josh. 19:14). It is mentioned in the Amarna Letters (AmTab 8, 245). It was probably located
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
HANNATHON. A town on the N border of Zebulun (Josh 19:14). It is mentioned twice in the Amarna tablets (EA 8:17; 245:32) of the 14th cen. b.c., where it is called Håinnatuni and Håinatuna respectively, and once in the records of Tiglath-pileser III.Perhaps it was located at Tell el-BedeiwéÆeh, a site
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hannathon (Heb. ḥannāṯôn)A town on the northern tribal boundary of Zebulun (Josh. 19:14). It was located at the junction of the road leading from Acco on the coast and a branch road that split off the Via Maris at Megiddo to the south. Modern Tel Ḥannaton/Tell el-Bedeiwîyeh (174243) is identified
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hannathon [hănˊə thŏn] (Heb. ḥannāṯôn). A city in the tribal territory of Zebulun (Josh. 19:14). In the Amarna Letters this city is called Ḫinatuna. Various sites have been proposed, including Kefr ˓Anā (biblical Ono) and Deir Hanna, which suggest the biblical name, as well as Tell el-Harbaj.
The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary