Shaveh-Kiriathaim

Shaveh-Kiriathaim
   Plain of Kirja-thaim where Chedorlaomer defeated the Emims, the original inhabitants (Gen. 14:5). Now Kureiyat, north of Dibon, in the land of Moab.

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

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  • Chedorlaomer — (Hebrew: kĕḏor lā’ōmer) a handful of sheaves [1], was a king of Elam according to the Hebrew Bible book of Genesis Chapter 14. He ruled fourteen years, from the East in southwestern Persia, [2] occupying the regions east of the Jordan river, in… …   Wikipedia

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  • JOSEPH (Josse) BAR NISSAN — JOSEPH (Josse) BAR NISSAN, early liturgical poet of uncertain date. His birthplace appears repeatedly in the acrostic to his poems as Shaveh Kiriathaim (Gen. 14:5). As in the case of Kiriath Sepher, similarly used by Kallir, this is obviously… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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