Gib'ea (Heb. Giba', גִּבִַ א, hill; Sept. Γαιβαά v.r. Γαιβάλ), a place built or occupied in connection with Macbenah by Sheva, son of Caleb's concubine Maachah (1Ch 2:49); hence probably the same with GIBEAH (q.v.) of Judah (Jos 15:57).

Bible concordance for GIBEA.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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