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Beth Hakkerem

In Bible versions:

Beth Hakkerem: NET NIV
Beth-Haccherem: AVS TEV
Beth-haccherem: NRSV NASB
Beth-haccerem: NASB
a town of Judah near Bethlehem (OS)

house of the vineyard
Google Maps: Beth-haccherem (31° 39´, 35° 14´)

Hebrew

Strongs #01021: Mrkh tyb Beyth hak-Kerem

Beth-haccerem = "house of the vineyard"

1) a place in Judah

1021 Beyth hak-Kerem bayth hak-keh'-rem

from 1004 and 3754 with the article interposed; house of the
vineyard; Beth-hak-Kerem, a place in
Palestine:-Beth-haccerem.
see HEBREW for 01004
see HEBREW for 03754

Beth-haccerem [EBD]

house of a vineyard, a place in the tribe of Judah (Neh. 3:14) where the Benjamites were to set up a beacon when they heard the trumpet against the invading army of the Babylonians (Jer. 6:1). It is probable that this place is the modern 'Ain Karim, or "well of the vineyards," near which there is a ridge on which are cairns which may have served as beacons of old, one of which is 40 feet high and 130 in diameter.

Beth-haccerem [NAVE]

BETH-HACCEREM, a mountain in Judah, Neh. 3:14; Jer. 6:1.

Beth Hakkerem [NAVE]

BETH HAKKEREM
See: Beth-haccerem.

BETH-HACCHEREM [ISBE]

BETH-HACCHEREM - beth-ha-ke'-rem, beth-hak'-e-rem (the King James Version Beth-haccerem; beth ha-kerem; Bethachcharma (see DB), "place of the vineyard"): A district (in Neh 3:14) ruled over by one, Malchijah; mentioned in Jer 6:1 as a suitable signal station. From its association with Tekoa (Jer 6:1) and from the statement by Jerome that it was a village which he could see daily from Bethlehem, the Frank mountain (Herodium) has been suggested. It certainly would be a unique place for a beacon. More suitable is the fertile vineyard country around `Ain Karem (the "spring of the vineyard"). On the top of Jebel `Ali, above this village, are some remarkable cairns which, whatever their other uses, would appear to have been once beacons. `Ain Karem appears as Carem in the Septuagint (Josh 15:59).

See BETH-CAR.

E. W. G. Masterman




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