RAMATH OF THE SOUTH Summary and Overview
RAMATH OF THE SOUTH in Easton's Bible Dictionary
(Heb. Ramath-negeb). The Heb. negeb is the general designation for south or south-west of Judah. This was one of the towns of Simeon (Josh. 19:8). It is the same as "south Ramoth" (1 Sam. 30:27; R.V., "Ramoth of the south"). Its site is doubtful. Some have thought it another name for Baalath-beer.
RAMATH OF THE SOUTH in Smith's Bible Dictionary
one of the towns at the extreme south limit of Simeon. #Jos 19:8| It is in all probability the same place as south Ramoth. #1Sa 30:27|
RAMATH OF THE SOUTH in Schaff's Bible Dictionary
RA'MATH OF THE SOUTH , a place in the southern border of Simeon. Josh 19:8; 1 Sam 30:27. In the latter passage it is called "South Ramoth" to distinguish it from Ramoth beyond Jordan. It has been identified with Jehel Barabir, a hill 45 miles south-west of Beer-sheba, and also with Kurmul, 20 miles south-east of Beer-sheba; and lastly, with Tell el-Lekiyeh, near Beersheba.