Bezetha (2)

Bezetha Tristram thinks that "beyond a shadow of doubt" this hill "forms the greater part of the Mohammedan quarter of modern Jerusalem — a broad, irregular ridge, separated from Moriah by the fosse and great Pool of Bethesda, from Akra by the Harmonaean valley, and with a rugged, precipitous descent on the east to the valley of Jehoshaphat or Kedron. The northern part, now a Moslem cemetery, is outside the walls" (Bible Places, p. 140).

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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