Places Study on Elealeh

Places Study on Elealeh

Numbers 32: Ataroth, and Dibon, and Jazer, and Nimrah, and Heshbon, and Elealeh, and Shebam, and Nebo, and Beon,
Numbers 32: And the children of Reuben built Heshbon, and Elealeh, and Kirjathaim,
Isaiah 15: And Heshbon shall cry, and Elealeh: their voice shall be heard even unto Jahaz: therefore the armed soldiers of Moab shall cry out; his life shall be grievous unto him.
Isaiah 16: Therefore I will bewail with the weeping of Jazer the vine of Sibmah: I will water thee with my tears, O Heshbon, and Elealeh: for the shouting for thy summer fruits and for thy harvest is fallen.
Jeremiah 48: From the cry of Heshbon even unto Elealeh, and even unto Jahaz, have they uttered their voice, from Zoar even unto Horonaim, as an heifer of three years old: for the waters also of Nimrim shall be desolate.

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Easton's Bible Dictionary - Elealeh
God has ascended, a place in the pastoral country east of Jordan, in the tribe of Reuben (Numbers 32:3,37 ). It is not again mentioned till the time of (Isaiah 15:4 ; 16:9 ) and (Jeremiah 48:34 ). It is now an extensive ruin called el-A'al, about one mile north-east of Heshbon.

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Elealeh
E. of Jordan, in the portion of Reuben (Numbers 32:3; Numbers 32:37). Appropriated by Moab, and named as a Moabite town by Isaiah (Isaiah 15:4; Isaiah 16:9; Jeremiah 48:34) along with Heshbon. Now El-A'al, "the high," a mile N. of Heshbon, commanding a wide view of the plain and southern Belka.

People's Dictionary of the Bible - Elealeh
Elealeh (ç-le-â'leh), whither God ascends. A city east of Jordan; given to the Reubenites, Numbers 32:3; Numbers 32:37; afterward possessed by Moab. Isaiah 15:4; Isaiah 16:9; Jeremiah 48:34; now el-Aʾal, "the high," one mile northeast of Heshbon.

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Elealeh
A town of the Amorites, near Heshbon their capital, assigned to the tribe of Reuben, Numbers 32:3,37 , and long afterwards threatened as a city of Moab, Isaiah 15:4 ; 16:9 ; Jeremiah 48:34 . Its ruins, now El- Aal, are a mile or more northeast of Heshban.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Elealeh
Burnt-offering of God
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Elealeh
ELEALEH ( Numbers 32:3 ; Numbers 32:37 , Isaiah 15:4 ; Isaiah 16:9 , Jeremiah 48:34 ). A town of the Moabite plateau, conquered by Gad and Reuben, and rebuilt by the latter tribe. It is now the ruined mound of el-‘Al , about a mile N. of Heshbon.

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Elealeh
City on the east of the Jordan, possessed by Reuben, but afterwards taken by the Moabites. Numbers 32:3,37 ; Isaiah 15:4 ; Isaiah 16:9 ; Jeremiah 48:34 . Identified with ruins at el Al, signifying 'the high,' 31 49' N, 35 49' E . It is 3064 feet above the sea.

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Elealeh - Elealeh (ç-le-â'leh), whither God ascends
Elealeh - Elealeh ( Numbers 32:3 ; Numbers 32:37 , Isaiah 15:4 ; Isaiah 16:9 , Jeremiah 48:34 )
Jahaz - Isaiah's oracle against Moab described the isolated city of Jahaz as hearing the mourning of Heshbon and Elealeh (Isaiah 15:4 )
Vine - The vineyards of En-gedi (Song of Solomon 1:14 ), Heshbon, Sibmah, Jazer, Elealeh (Isaiah 16:8-10 ; Jeremiah 48:32,34 ), and Helbon (Ezekiel 27:18 ), as well as of Eshcol, were celebrated
Heshbon - that on which el-‘At (Elealeh) lies; and W
Heshbon - Two of the other cities nearby, often mentioned by the biblical writers in connection with Heshbon, were Elealeh and Medeba
Vine - Special mention is made in the Bible of the vines of Eshcol, Numbers 13:24; Numbers 32:9, of Sibmah, Heshbon, and Elealeh, Isaiah 16:8-10; Jeremiah 48:32, and of Engedi
Vine, - Special mention is made in the Bible of the vines of Eshcol, (Numbers 13:24 ; 32:9 ) of Sibmah, Heshbon and Elealeh (Isaiah 16:8,9,10 ; Jeremiah 48:32 ) and of Engedi
Reuben - ‘The children of Reuben built Heshbon, and Elealeh, and Kiriathaim; and Nebo, and Baal-meon (their names being changed), and Sibmah: and gave other names unto the cities which they builded
Vine - ... Sibmah, Heshbon, and Elealeh (Isaiah 16:8-10; Jeremiah 48:31) and Engedi (Song of Solomon 1:14) were famous for their vines
Israel - It is usually supposed that the territory of Reuben lay to the south of that of Gad, extending from the Arnon to Elealeh, north of Heshbon; but in reality each took certain cities in such a way that their territory interpenetrated ( Numbers 32:34 ). Thus the Gadites had Dibon, Ataroth, and Aroer to the south, Jazer north of Heshbon, and Bethnimrah and Beth-baran in the Jordan valley; while the Reubenites had Baal-meon, Nebo, Heshbon, and Elealeh, which lay between these