Joshua 18:25

25 Gibeon, Ramah, Beeroth,

Read Joshua 18:25 Using Other Translations

Gibeon, and Ramah, and Beeroth,
Gibeon, Ramah, Beeroth,
Also Gibeon, Ramah, Beeroth,

What does Joshua 18:25 mean?

John Gill's Exposition of the Bible
Joshua 18:25

Gibeon is the place from whence the Gibeonites came, who deceived Joshua, ( Joshua 9:3-6 ) . Jerom says F16, in his time there was a village shown of this name, four miles from Bethel to the east, near Ramah, next mentioned;

and Ramah,
which Jerom relates F17 was six miles from Aelia or Jerusalem to the north, against Bethel. Rauwolff, a traveller in those parts, says F18, that the town of Rama is situated on an ascent, in plain fields, which extend themselves for two leagues to the hill of the city of Jerusalem; these fields are very fruitful and well tilled, and sown with corn, cotton, and Indian millet; the town is pretty large, but very open, like unto a village, very pitifully built, where one may still see here and there some signs of old buildings;

and Beeroth
was a city that belonged to the Gibeonites, ( Joshua 9:17 ) ; and Jerom says F19, in his time was shown the village, seven miles from Aelia or Jerusalem, as you go to Neapolis or Shechem.


F16 De loc. Heb. fol. 92. A.
F17 Ibid. fol. 94. B.
F18 Travels, par. 3. c. 1. p. 215. Ed. Ray.
F19 Vid. Reland. Palestin. Illustrat. tom. 2. p. 618.
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