Ziddim

ZIDDIM (zĭd'ĭm, Heb. ha-tsiddîm, sides). A fortified city in Naphtali (Josh.19.35), perhaps less than one-half mile (almost one km.) north of the Horns of Hattin, west of the Sea of Galilee.


ZIDDIM zīd’ ĭm (צִדִּ֣ים). A fortified city of Naphtali (Josh 19:35). The Talmud calls the place Caphar Hittaiah, the modern Hattin, c. five m. NW of Tiberias and less than a m. N of the Horns of Hattin. The exact site is, however, unknown.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

A fortified city in Naphtali (Jos 19:35), probably represented by the modern Chattin, about 5 miles Northwest of Tiberias, in the opening of the gorge that breaks down seaward North of Qurun Chattin, the traditional Mount of Beatitudes.