Gibeah, giv-AH, גִּבְעָה
Gibeah (Wikipedia)

Coordinates: 31°49′24″N 035°13′52″E / 31.82333°N 35.23111°E / 31.82333; 35.23111

Gibeah (/ˈɡɪbiə/; Hebrew:

גבעהGiv'a) is a place name appearing in several books of the Hebrew Bible. It is generally identified with Tell el-Fūl (Arabic for "mound of beans"), a hill in the northern reaches of modern Jerusalem, on the outskirts of the Pisgat Ze'ev and Shuafat neighborhoods. However, this identification was challenged by Israel Finkelstein in 2011.

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