Beth'-haggan (Heb. Beyth-hag-Gan', בֵּית הִגָּן, house of the garden; Sept. Βαιθγάν; Auth. Vers. "the garden-house," 2Ki 9:27), one of the spots which marked the flight of Ahaziah from Jehu. It is doubtless the same place as EN-GANNIM SEE EN-GANNIM (q.v.) of Issachar (Jos 19:21), "spring of gardens," the modern Jenin, on the direct road from Samaria northward, and overlooking the great plain (Stanley, Palest. p. 349, note).