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Sheba (descendant of Gad)
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Sheba (shee´buh).1 A town included in Simeon’s inheritance, along with Beer-sheba and Moladah (Josh. 19:2).2 A Benjaminite, the son of Bichri, who led a revolt against David after Absalom’s rebellion was put down. Hoping to seize northern Israel, he was pursued by Joab and his army and was decapitated
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Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land
SHEBA A land in the southern, fertile mountainous southwestern part of Arabia, inhabited in antiquity by the Sabeans (cf. Gen. 10:7, 25–8). In the Bible it was known as an exceedingly rich land, from which the Queen of Sheba brought gold, precious stones and spices (1 Kgs. 10:1 ff.) such as frankincense
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
She´ba (an oath), the son of Biehri, a Benjamite, 2 Sam. 20:1–22, the last chief of the Absalom insurrection. The occasion seized by Sheba was the emulation between the northern and southern tribes on David’s return. 20:1–2. Sheba traversed the whole of Palestine, apparently rousing the population, Joab
She´ba (seven, or an oath).1. A son of Raamah son of Cush. Gen. 10:7; 1 Chron. 1:22.2. A son of Joktan. Gen. 10:28; 1 Chron. 1:22.3. A son of Jokshan son of Keturah. Gen. 25:3; 1 Chron. 1:32. We shall consider, first, the history of the Joktanite Sheba; and secondly, the cushite Sheba and the Keturahite