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ZEBOIM zĭ bō’ əm (צְבֹעִ֖ים, LXX Σεβωείμ,
2. A valley in Benjaminite territory SE of Michmash. Philistine raiders from Michmash traveled the hill road overlooking the Zeboim (Hyena) Valley with the Jordan Valley beyond. Wadis in the region still preserve the ancient name, e.g. Wadi Abu Daba’ (Valley of the Father of Hyenas) which runs into the Wadi Kelt.
F. M. Abel, Géographie de la Palestine (1938), 452.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
((1) tsebho`im; Seboeim (
(1) A Benjamite town mentioned as between HADID (which see) and NEBALLAT (which see), and therefore in the maritime plain near Lydda; the site is lost (
(2) The Valley of Zeboim, "the valley of hyenas," one of three companies of the Philistines left their camp at Michmash and "turned the way of the border that looketh down upon the valley of Zeboim toward the wilderness" (