El-Beth'el (Hebrews El Beyth-El, אֵל בֵּית9אֵל, God of Bethel; Sept. simply ל"שעאבּ, Vulg. Domus Dei), the name given by Jacob to the altar erected by him as a sanctuary (Ge 35:7), on the spot where he had formerly experienced the vision of the mystic ladder (chap. 31:13; 28:18). SEE BETHEL.

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