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    Rehob in Easton's Bible Dictionary street; broad place. (1.) The father of Hadadezer, king of Tobah (2 Sam. 8:3, 12). (2.) Neh. 10:11. (3.) The same, probably, as Beth-rehob (2 Sam. 10:6, 8; Judg. 18:28), a place in the north of Israel (Num. 13:21). It is now supposed to be represented by the castle of Hunin, south-west of Dan, on the road from Hamath into Coele- Syria. (4.) A town of Asher (Josh. 19:28), to the east of Zidon. (5.) Another town of Asher (Josh. 19:30), kept possession of by the Canaanites (Judg. 1:31).

    Rehob in Fausset's Bible Dictionary 1. 2 Samuel 8:3; 2 Samuel 8:12. Josephus (Ant. 7:5, section 1) calls him Araos, and makes Rehob mean "charioteer." A Syrian name. (See BETHREHOB.) (2 Samuel 10:6; 2 Samuel 10:8). 2. Nehemiah 10:11.

    Rehob in Hitchcock's Bible Names breadth; space; extent

    Rehob in Naves Topical Bible -1. Father of Hadadezer, king of Zobah 2Sa 8:3,12 -2. A Levite who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah Ne 10:11 -3. A town in northern Palestine The limit of the investigation made by the twelve spies Nu 13:21 Possessed by the Syrians 2Sa 10:6,8 Called BETH-REHOB 2Sa 10:6 -4. An unlocated town of Asher Jos 19:28 -5. A Levitical city of Asher Jos 19:30; 21:31; 1Ch 6:75 Canaanites not driven from Jud 1:31

    Rehob in Smiths Bible Dictionary 1. The father of Hadadezer king of Zobah, whom David smote at the Euphrates. 2Sa 8:3,12 (B.C. before 1043.) 2. A Levite or family of Levites who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah. Ne 10:11 (B.C. 410.) 3. The northern limit of the exploration of the spies. Nu 13:21 Robinson fixes the position of Rehob as not far from Tell el-Kady and Banias. 4. One of the towns allotted to Asher. Jos 19:28 5. Asher contained another Rehob, Jos 19:30 but the situation of these towns is unknown.

    Rehob in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE re'-hob (rechobh; Rhoob, Rhaab): (1) Etymologically the word means "broad" and might be applied either to a road or a plain. Rehob is given (Nu 13:21) as the northern limit of Israel as reached by the spies. This agrees with the position assigned to Beth-rehob in the narrative of the settlement of the Danites (Jdg 18:28). It is mentioned again along with the kingdom of Zobah in connection with the wars of Saul (1 Sam 14:47 Septuagint Lag.), and as having been associated with, Zobah and Maacah against David in the Ammonite war and as having been defeated by him (2 Sam 10:6). Robinson sought to identify it with Hunin, but it hardly suits the references. Buhl (GAP, 240) following Thomson (LB, II, 547) seeks it at Paneas (modern Banias). This would suit all the requirements of the capital, Beth-rehob, which might then be the second Rehob, assigned as part of the territory of Sidon to the tribe Asher (Josh 19:28,30; Jdg 18:28). We must, however, assign to the kingdom of Rehob a territory extending from the settlements of the Danites to the "entering in of Hamath" or to Libo (modern Leboue), i.e. the Great Plain of Coele-Syria bounded by Lebanon and Anti-Lebanon and within the limits indicated. (2) Two separate towns belonging to Asher (Josh 19:28; 19:30). One of them was given to the Gershonite Levites (Josh 21:31), and one is mentioned as remaining in the hands of the Canaanites (Jdg 1:31). (3) Father of Hadadezer, king of Aram Zobah, who was overwhelmed by David at the Euphrates (2 Sam 8:3,12). (4) One of the Levites who sealed Nehemiah's covenant on the 24th Tishri, 444 BC (Neh 10:11). W. M. Christie

    Rehob Scripture - 1 Chronicles 6:75 And Hukok with her suburbs, and Rehob with her suburbs:

    Rehob Scripture - Joshua 21:31 Helkath with her suburbs, and Rehob with her suburbs; four cities.

    Rehob Scripture - Judges 1:31 Neither did Asher drive out the inhabitants of Accho, nor the inhabitants of Zidon, nor of Ahlab, nor of Achzib, nor of Helbah, nor of Aphik, nor of Rehob: