Etam

[biblical town] Etam (Codex Alexandrinus: Apan, Vaticanus: Aitan) is mentioned in Septuagint along with Teqoa, Bethlehem and Phagor (Joshua 15:59). In 2 Chronicles 11:6 it occurs, between Bethlehem and Teqoa, as one of the cities built `for defense in Judah` by Rehoboam. Josephus writes that `there was a certain place, about 50 furlongs dis...
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Etam

Etam (ē'tum) , in the Bible. 1. Village, S ancient Palestine. 2. Town of Judah, SW of Bethlehem. 3. Cleft rock, where Samson hid. These may be the same.
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Etam

[biblical figure] Etam (עיטם) is a proper name in the Bible. Etam means `eyrie`, `their bird` or `their covering` in Hebrew. There are five references to the name Etam in the Hebrew Bible: Person Places ...
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