Dib'lath (Hebrew, with ה directive, Dibla'thah, דַּבלָתָה, "towards Diblath," or rather towards Diblah; Sept. Δεβλαθά; Vulg. Deblatha), a place mentioned as contiguous to a desert of the kingdom of Israel (Eze 6:14), where, instead of דַּבלָה, i.e. Diblah, the text ought probably ( SEE DIBLATHAIM ) to read רַבלָה, RIBLAH SEE RIBLAH (q.v.).

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