Jabesh-Gilead

(from the article `David`) ...and with his men he performed the mourning rites for Saul and Jonathan, memorializing them in a deeply moving elegy. Somewhat later, after David ...
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Jabesh-gilead

Jabesh-gilead (jā'besh-gil'ēăd) , in the Bible, city of Gilead. After the affair at Gibeah, wives were provided for the Benjamites by sacking Jabesh. Later, Saul saved Jabesh, and at his death the grateful city buried him.
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Jabesh-Gilead

Jabesh-Gilead (also Yavesh Gil`ad) is an ancient town referred to in four books of the Hebrew Bible. Some biblical scholars believe it to have been located east of the Jordan River, in the vicinity of Wadi Yabes. Jabesh Gilead is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible in the first and second books of Samuel, in the book of Chronicles, and in the Book of J....
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