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Kanatha
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Kanatha
Kanath A city in the eastern part of Bashan. Nobah led the Manassites in capturing the city from the Canaanites and subsequently renamed it after himself (Num 32:42).
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Kanatha
Kanatha. One of the original 10 Greek cities rebuilt by Rome after Pompey’s conquest of Palestine and Syria around 63 bc. The region of these cities became known as the Decapolis. Kanatha (also spelled Canatha), positioned about 60 miles east of the Sea of Galilee, formed the easternmost boundary of
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Kanatha
KANATHA* One of the original 10 Greek cities rebuilt by Rome after Pompey’s conquest of Palestine and Syria around 63 bc. The region of these cities became known as the Decapolis. Kanatha (also spelled Canatha), positioned about 60 miles (96.5 kilometers) east of the Sea of Galilee, formed the easternmost
The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land
Kanath; Kanatha
KANATH; KANATHA A city in the eastern part of the Bashan, captured by Nobah of the tribe of Manasseh, and renamed Nobah after its conqueror (Num. 32:42). It was a border point after the Restoration and Herod fought the Nabateans here (Josephus, Antiq. i, 336 ff.). In the Roman period Kanatha was the