Places Study on Beth-haggan

Places Study on Beth-haggan

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Beth-haggan
(behth-hag' gan) Place name (NIV, TEV, NRSV) or common noun (KJV, NAS) meaning, “house of the garden.” King Ahaziah of Judah (841 B.C.) fled there from Jehu, but Jehu finally caught up and killed him (2 Kings 9:27 ). It is probably modern Jenin, southeast of Tanaach.

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Garden House - be Beth-haggan (leaving Heb
Beth - "The garden house," Beth-haggan (2 Kings 9:27), by way of which Ahaziah fled; now Jenin, formerly EN-GANNIN, on the way from Samaria northward, overlooking the great plain
Engannim - In this quarter was "the garden house" (Beth-haggan) by way of which Ahaziah fled from Jehu (2 Kings 9:27)
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Ibleam - It is mentioned also in 2 Kings 9:27 in connexion with the death of king Ahaziah, who fled by the way of Beth-haggan and ‘the ascent of Gur, which is by Ibleam