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Dictionaries :: Dathan

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Dathan:

welled; belonging to a fountain, a son of Eliab, a Reubenite, who joined Korah (q.v.) in his conspiracy, and with his accomplices was swallowed up by an earthquake (Num 16:1; 26:9; Deu 11:6; Psa 106:17).

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Dathan:

laws or rites

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Dathan:

da'-than (dathan, meaning and derivation unknown, though the name is found in Assyrian, in the records of Shalmaneser II): The son of Eliab the son of Pallu the son of Reuben (Nu 26:5 ff; De 11:6; Ps 106:17). He and his brother Abiram, with others, followed Korah the Levite in disputing the authority of Moses and Aaron in the wilderness (Nu 16-17; 26; De 11:6; Ps 106:17). Other followers of Korah perished by fire before the tent of meeting, but Dathan and Abiram were swallowed up by the earth, with their families and their goods, at their tents.

Written by Willis J. Beecher

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Smith's Bible Dictionary

Dathan:

(belonging to a fountain) a Reubenite chieftain, son of Eliab, who joined the conspiracy of Korah the Levite (Numbers 16:1; 26:9; 11:6; Psalm 106:17). (B.C. 1490‐1452)

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