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Madmenah
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Madmenah
Madmenah (מַדְמֵנָה‎, madmenah). A village that the prophet Isaiah said the Assyrians would attack (Isa 10:31). Based on the context of Isa 10:31 and the other places mentioned in the wider passage, it seems that Madmenah was north of Jerusalem.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Madmenah (Place)
MADMENAH (PLACE) [Heb madmēnâ (מַדְמֵנָה)]. One of the places N of Jerusalem named by the prophet Isaiah in his vision of the Assyrian march against Jerusalem (Isa 10:31). Mentioned after Anathoth (2.5 miles NE of Jerusalem) and before Nob (1.5 miles N–NE of Jerusalem), Madmenah was close to the N
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Madmenah
Madmenah. Benjamite town positioned north of Jerusalem along the route taken by the Assyrian army during Sennacherib’s military incursion into Judah (c. 701 bc) against King Hezekiah (715–686 bc) and the holy city (Is 10:31). Some suggest that its site is that of modern Shu‛fat.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Madmenah
Madmenah mad-mēʹnə [Heb. maḏmēnâ—‘dunghill’ (Isa. 10:31; cf. 25:10)]. A place mentioned in Isaiah’s prophecy of the Assyrian invasion of Jerusalem, after Anathoth and before Gebim and Nob; therefore it was probably close to the northern limits of Jerusalem. L. Grollenberg (GAB, p. 156) suggested
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Madmenah
MADMENAH Benjamite town positioned north of Jerusalem along the route taken by the Assyrian army during Sennacherib’s military incursion into Judah (c. 701 bc) against King Hezekiah (715–686 bc) and the Holy City (Is 10:31).
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Madmenah
MADMENAH. A town N of Jerusalem, mentioned only in Isaiah’s description of the Assyrian advance on Jerusalem (Isa 10:31). The site is unknown.
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Madmenah
MADMENAH. A place mentioned only in Isaiah’s description of the route whereby an invading army approached Jerusalem from the N (Is. 10:31). Shu‘fat, 2 km N of Mt Scopus, is the supposed site.A. R. Millard.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Madmenah
Madmenah (Heb. maḏmēnâ)A site mentioned only in Isa. 10:31 in relation to the prophet’s prediction of the Assyrian campaign against Jerusalem. It is listed between Anathoth (4 km. [2.5 mi.] NE of Jerusalem) and Gebim (2.5 km. [1.5 mi.] NNE of Jerusalem). Some have identified this site as modern Shuʿfat
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Madmenah
Madmenah [măd mēˊnə] (Heb. maḏmēnâ “dunghill”). A city north of Jerusalem, along the route by which Isaiah prophesied the Assyrians would attack (Isa. 10:31). It is perhaps located at modern Shu˓fat, ca. 3 km. (2 mi.) north of Jerusalem.
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Madmenah
MADMENAH A town north of Jerusalem mentioned by the prophet Isaiah (Isa 10:31).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Madmenah
Madme´nah (dunghill), one of the Benjamite villages north of Jerusalem, the inhabitants of which were frightened away by the approach of Sennacherib along the northern road. Isa. 10:31.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Madmenah
MADME´NAH (mad-mēʹna; “dunghill”). A town (Isa. 10:31) named on the route of the Assyrian invaders, N of Jerusalem, between Nob and Gibeah. The same word in Isa. 25:10 is rendered “manure pile,” but the verse may mean “that Moab will be trodden down by Jehovah as straw is trodden to fragments on the
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