Beth-gil'gal (Heb. Beyth hag-Gilgal', בֵּית הִגִּלגָּל, house of the Gilgal; Sept. omits, but some copies have Βαθγαλγάλ v. r. Βηθαγγαλγάλ), a place from which the inhabitants gathered to Jerusalem for the purpose of celebrating the rebuilding of the walls on the return from Babylon (Ne 12:29, where the name is translated "house of Gilgal);" doubtless the same elsewhere called simply GILGAL SEE GILGAL (q.v.), probably that near Bethel (2Ki 2:2).

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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