Tahath

TAHATH (tā'hăth, Heb. tahath, below)

A Kohathite Levite, son of Assir and father of Uriel (1Chr.6.24, 1Chr.6.37).A son of Bered and a grandson of Shuthelah, a descendant of Ephraim (1Chr.7.20). A grandson of no. 2 (1Chr.7.20).The name of the twenty-fourth station of Israel from Egypt, and the eleventh from Sinai (Num.33.26-Num.33.27).


TAHATH tā’ hăth (תָּֽחַת) 1. An unidentified place at which the Israelites stopped in the wilderness (Num 33:26, 27).

2. A Kohathite Levite (1 Chron 6:24).

3. An Ephraimite; son of Bered (7:20).

4. An Ephraimite; son of Eleadah (7:20).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

A wilderness station of the Israelites (Nu 33:26,27), between Makheloth and Terah.

See Wanderings of Israel.


(1) A Kohathite Levite (1Ch 6:24).

(2) The name is mentioned twice among the sons of Ephraim (1Ch 7:20); two families may be meant, or perhaps the name has been accidentally repeated.