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HELAM (PLACE) [Heb hêlām (הֵילָם)]. A town in Transjordan ca. 40 miles E of the Sea of Galilee. In 2 Sam 10:1–10 we read that King David sent messengers to Hanun, king of the Ammonites, to comfort Hanun when his father Nahash died. Hanun insulted David’s messengers. In preparation for war, Hanun hired
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
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HELAM. A town E of the Jordan River, probably on the southern border of Syria. David’s commander Joab defeated the Syrian allies of Ammon here (2 Sam 10:16–17). This city seems to appear in the Egyptian Execration text (BASOR #83, p. 33), and probably is the same as the Alama of 1 Macc 5:26, which may
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
HELAM. A city in Transjordan, probably the modern ‘Alma, the location of the defeat of Hadadezer’s Syrian forces, reinforced by Syrian troops from beyond the Euphrates, by David (2 Sa. 10:16f.), following the defeat of an Ammonite-Syrian alliance by David’s captain Joab. The mention of the Gk. form,
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Catholic Bible Dictionary
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