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Bethdagon

Two cities in Palestine

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* Published by Encyclopedia Press, 1913.


Bethdagon, name of two cities in Palestine, (I) A city (Jos., xv, 41) of the tribe of Juda "in the plains", that is, the territory below Joppa between the mountains and the Mediterranean. Its site is uncertain. (2) A city (Jos., xix, 27) of Aser near Zabulon, supposed to be Tell Da'ouk, southeast of Akka.

JOHN CORBETT


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