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Dictionaries :: Sechu

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Sechu:

a hill or watch-tower, a place between Gibeah and Ramah noted for its "great well" (1Sa 19:22); probably the modern Suweikeh, south of Beeroth.

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Sechu:

defense; bough

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Sechu:

se'-ku (sekhu).

See SECU

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Sechu:

(the watch‐tower) a place mentioned once only-(1 Samuel 19:22).-apparently as lying on the route between Saul's residence, Gibeah, and Ramah (Ramathaim‐zophim) that of Samuel. It was notorious for "the great well" (or rather cistern) which it contained. Assuming that Saul started from Gibeah (Tuleil el‐Ful) and that Neby Samwil is Ramah, then Bir Nebolla (the well of Neballa) just south of Beeroth, alleged by modern traveler to contain a large pit would be in a suitable position for the great well of Sechu.

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