Eli'asaph (Hebrew Elyasaph', [אֶליָסָ, whom God has added; Sept. Ε᾿λισάφ), the name of two Israelites at the time of the Exode.

1. Son of Reuel or Deuel, and phylarch of the tribe of Dan (Nu 1:14; Nu 2:14; Nu 7:42,47; Nu 10:20). B.C. 1657.

2. Son of Lael, and chief of the family of the Gershomite Levites (Nu 3:24). B.C. 1657.

Bible concordance for ELIASAPH.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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