Beth Pelet

BETH PELET, BETH PALET (bĕth' pē'lĕt, bĕth' pā'lĕt, Heb. bêth pelet, house of escape). A town in the south of Judah (Josh.15.27; Neh.11.26).


BETH-PELET bĕth pe’ lĭt (בֵּ֥ית פָּֽלֶט, LXX Josh 15:27 B Βαιθφαλαδ; A Βαιθφαλεδ; house of escape) KJV BETH-PALET, pā’ lĭt. A city assigned to Judah in the extreme S toward the border of Edom (Josh 15:27). It was rebuilt and inhabited by people of Judah after their return from exile in Babylon (Neh 11:26; Beth-pelet is omitted from the corresponding passage in LXX). Helez the Paltite, one of David’s famous “thirty,” was likely from this city. Attempts at identifying this site have been unsuccessful.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

One of "the uttermost cities of the tribe of the children of Judah toward the border of Edom in the (Negeb) South" (Jos 15:21,27). Site unknown.