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Dictionaries :: Kattath

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Kattath:

(Jos 19:15), a town of Asher, has been identified with Kana el Jelil. (See CANA.)

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Kattath:

kat'-ath (qaTTath): A city in the territory of Zebulun, named with Iphtah-el, Nahalel, and Shimron (Jos 19:15), perhaps to be identified with Kitron (Jud 1:30), from which Zebulun did not expel the Canaanites; and with Kartah (Jos 21:34), which was given to the Merarite Levites. The Babylonian Talmud (Meg. 6a) identifies Kattath with Sepphoris, the modern Seffuriyeh (but see Neubauer, Geographie du Talmud, 191). The Jerusalem Talmud takes it as identical with Ketunith, Kuteineh, to the West of Esdraelon. It should probably, however, be sought near to Shimron, the modern Semuniyeh.

Written by W. Ewing

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Kattath:

(small) one of cities of the tribe of Zebulun (Joshua 19:15).

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