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Hebron (descendant of Judah)
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
HEBRON (PERSON) [Heb ḥebrôn (חֶבְרֹון)]. HEBRONITE. Of the seventy-two references to “Hebron” in the OT (there are none in the NT) and one in the Apocrypha (1 Macc 5:65), nine refer to a person rather than a place. The related patronymic “Hebronite(s)” [Heb ḥebrônı̂] appears six times.1. The third
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hebron (Person). 1. Third of Kohath’s four sons, Hebron was a descendant of Levi (Ex 6:18; Nm 3:19; 1 Chr 6:2, 18; 23:12). Hebron’s sons were Jeriah, Amariah, Jahaziel, and Jekameam (1 Chr 23:19). Hebron’s descendants were called the Hebronites. They are mentioned in a census taken in the wilderness
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
HEBRON (Person)1. Third of Kohath’s four sons, Hebron was a descendant of Levi (Ex 6:18; Nm 3:19; 1 Chr 6:2, 18; 23:12). Hebron’s sons were Jeriah, Amariah, Jahaziel, and Jekameam (1 Chr 23:19). Hebron’s descendants were called the Hebronites. They are mentioned in a census taken in the plains of Moab
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
HEBRON1. The third named son of Kohath, the son of Levi (Ex 6:18; Num 3:19, 27; 1 Chr 6:2, 18; 23:12). His descendants were called Hebronites (Num 3:27; 26:58; 1 Chr 26:23, 30–31).2. A descendant of Caleb (1 Chr 2:42–43).3. A very old city 19 mile SSW of Jerusalem on the road to Beer-sheba via Bethlehem.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
HEBRON [hēˊbrən] (Heb. ḥeḇrôn “association, confederacy”) (PERSON.)†
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
He´bron (alliance).1. The third son of Kohath, who was the second son of Levi. Ex. 6:18; Num. 3:19; 1 Chron. 6:2, 18; 23:12. He was the founder of a family of Hebronites, Num. 3:27; 26:58; 1 Chron. 26:23, 30, 31, or Bene-Hebron. 1 Chron. 15:9; 23:19.2. A city of Judah, Josh. 15:54, situated among the
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
HE´BRON (hēʹbron; a “community”; “alliance”).1. A town in the mountains of Judah, about three thousand feet above the Mediterranean Sea, and between Beersheba and Jerusalem, being about twenty miles from each. It was named Kiriath-Arba (Gen. 23:2; Josh. 14:15; 15:13). About two miles to the N is Mamre
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Hebron—a community; alliance. (1.) A city in the south end of the valley of Eshcol, about midway between Jerusalem and Beersheba, from which it is distant about 20 miles in a straight line. It was built “seven years before Zoan in Egypt” (Gen. 13:18; Num. 13:22). It still exists under the same name,
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
HEBRON [HEE bruhn] (alliance) — the name of two cities and two men in the Bible:1. A city situated 31 kilometers (19 miles) southwest of Jerusalem on the road to Beersheba (see Map 2, C–1). Although it lies in a slight valley, the city is 927 meters (3,040 feet) above sea level, which makes it the highest