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HEBREW: 1027 Mrh tyb Beyth ha-Ram
NAVE: Beth Haram
ISBE: BETH-HARAM
Beth Diblathaim | Beth Eked | Beth Ezel | Beth Gamul | Beth Hakkerem | Beth Haram | Beth Haran | Beth Hoglah | Beth Horon | Beth Horon, Lower | Beth Horon, Upper

Beth Haram

In Bible versions:

Beth Haram: NET NIV
Beth-Haram: AVS TEV
Beth-haram: NRSV NASB
a town of Gad
Google Maps: Beth-haram (31° 49´, 35° 34´)

Hebrew

Strongs #01027: Mrh tyb Beyth ha-Ram

Beth-aram = "place of the height"

1) a place in Gad

1027 Beyth ha-Ram bayth haw-rawm'

from 1004 and 7311 with the article interposed; house of the
height; Beth-ha-Ram, a place East of the Jordan:-Beth-aram.
see HEBREW for 01004
see HEBREW for 07311

Beth Haram [NAVE]

BETH HARAM
See: Beth-aram.

BETH-HARAM [ISBE]

BETH-HARAM - beth-ha'-ram (beth haram; Baitharan; Codex Alexandrinus, Baitharra; the King James Version wrongly, Beth-Aram): An Amorite city taken and fortified by the Gadites (Josh 13:27; Nu 32:36; in the latter passage the name appears as Beth-haran, probably the original form). It corresponds to Bethramphtha of Josephus (Ant., XVIII, ii, 1), which, according to Eusebius, was the name used by the Syrians. Here was a palace of Herod (Ant., XVII, x, 6; BJ, II, iv, 2). Eusebius, Onomasticon says it was called Livias. Josephus says it was fortified by Herod Antipas, who called it Julias for the wife of Augustus (Ant., XVIII, ii, 1; BJ, II, ix, 1). The name would be changed to Julias when Livia, by the will of the emperor, was received into the Gens Julia. It is represented by Tell er-Rameh in Wady Chesban, about 6 miles East of Jordan.

W. Ewing




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