Betah

BETAH (bē'ta, confidence). A city of Syria that David captured and from which he took much brass, later used by Solomon in making furnishings for the temple (2Sam.8.8; niv Tebah, cf. footnote). It is called “Tibhath” in 1Chr.18.8 KJV (Tebah, niv).


BETAH. Alternate form of Tibhath.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

(2Sa 8:8).

See Tibhath.