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Beersheba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Etymology. There are several etymologies for the origin of the name "Beersheba." The oath of Abraham and Abimelech (well of the oath) is the one stated in Gen. 21:31.

Beersheba - Definition and Meaning, Bible Dictionary

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Beersheba Definition and meaning from Bible Dictionary. BEERSHEBA be-er-she'-ba (be'er shebha`; Bersabee): Allotted originally to Simeon (Joshua 19:2), one of 't.

Bible Map: Beersheba

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BEERSHEBA. be-er-she'-ba (be'er shebha`; Bersabee): Allotted originally to Simeon (Joshua 19:2), one of "the uttermost cities of the tribe of the children of Judah ...

Beersheba | Israel | Britannica.com

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Beersheba, Hebrew Beʾer Shevaʿ, biblical town of southern Israel, now a city and the main centre of the Negev (ha-Negev) region.

Beersheba | Define Beersheba at Dictionary.com

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noun 1. a city in Israel, near the N limit of the Negev desert: the southernmost city of ancient Palestine. Idioms 2. from Dan to Beersheba. Dan (def 5).

Topical Bible: Beersheba

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BEERSHEBA. be-er-she'-ba (be'er shebha`; Bersabee): Allotted originally to Simeon (Joshua 19:2), one of "the uttermost cities of the tribe of the children of Judah ...

Battle of Beersheba (1917) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Battle of Beersheba; Part of the Middle Eastern theatre of World War I: Beersheba in 1917

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Beersheba: what happened there. Abraham staked a claim to water rights: 'sheba' is covenant, 'be'er' is a well. The town was on the main caravan route

Beersheba - Wikipedia

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Beersheba (Offeecially Be'er Sheva; Ebreu: בְּאֵר שֶׁבַע, Greek: Βηρσαβεε; Laitin: Bersabee; Arabic: بئر السبع ‎, Bi'r as-Sab` ; Turkis: ...

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Beersheba (Daily Bible Study) General information about the area with links to many topics related to historical geography, biblical characters, and biblical events.