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Ithlah
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Ithlah
Ithlah (יִתְלָה‎, yithlah). A town assigned to the tribe of Dan when the promised land was divided (Josh 19:42).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Ithlah (Place)
ITHLAH (PLACE) [Heb yitlâ (יִתְלָה)]. A town listed in the tribal territory of Dan, before the tribe migrated N of the Sea of Galilee (Josh 19:42). The town is unidentified, but the context suggests that it was probably located somewhere between Nahal Ayyalon and Nahal Sorek.Gary A. Herion
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Ithlah
Ithlah. City given to Dan’s tribe for an inheritance, after the initial conquest of Palestine by Joshua (Jos 19:42; kjv Jethlah). Its location is unknown, possibly near the city of Aijalon.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Ithlah
Ithlah ithʹlə [Heb. yiṯlâ]; AV JETHLAH. An unidentified town in the territory of Dan, named with Aijalon and Elon (Josh. 19:42).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Ithlah
ITHLAH City given to Dan’s tribe for an inheritance, after the initial conquest of Palestine by Joshua (Jos 19:42).
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Jethlah
JETHLAH. Called Ithlah in RSV. A town of the tribe Dan (Josh 19:42), probably in the vicinity of Aijalon.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Ithlah
Ithlah (Heb. yiṯlâ)A city in the early tribal territory of Dan (Josh. 19:42). The location is unknown, although some have suggested modern Siltah, 7 km. (4.3 mi.) NW of Beth-horon.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Ithlah
Ithlah [ĭthˊlə] (Heb. yiṯlâ “height”). A city in the tribal territory of Dan (Josh. 19:42; KJV “Jethlah”). The location is unknown, although some have suggested modern Siltah, 7 km. (4.3 mi.) northwest of Beth-horon.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Ithlah
ITH´LAH (ithʹla; “a hanging of lofty place”). A city on the borders of the tribe of Dan, mentioned only in Josh. 19:42 (“Jethlah,” KJV). It is probably Beithul, three miles E of Yalo (Aijalon).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Jethlah
JETHLAH [JETH luh] — a village of the tribe of Dan (Josh. 19:42; Ithlah, NIV, NRSV; Jithlah, REB).
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