Dabbasheth (2)

Dabbasheth Tristram (Bible Places, page 252) thinks this is "the modern Duweibeh," "between Joknean (Keimfln) and the sea, along the south boundary of Carmel," thus making the line of Zebulun include the crest of Carmel, and doubtless referring to Khurbet ed-Duweibeh, which the Ordnance Map lays down at one and one half miles north-west from Tell-Keimln, and which the Memoirs (1:311) describe as "heaps of stones, well cut and of good size, apparently Byzantine work;" but Trelawney Saunders (Map of the Old Test.) adopts the suggestion of Jebata, as in volume 2, page 638, described in the Memoirs (1:274) as "a small mud hamlet in the plain, said only to contain eighty souls."

Bible concordance for DABBASHETH.

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