Places Study on Aiath

Places Study on Aiath

Isaiah 10: He is come to Aiath, he is passed to Migron; at Michmash he hath laid up his carriages:

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Hitchcock's Bible Names - Aiath
Same as Ai; an hour; eye; fountain
Holman Bible Dictionary - Aiath
(ay i' awth) Alternate spelling of Ai (Isaiah 10:28 ). See Ai .



Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Aiath
AIATH , Isaiah 10:28 ;

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Aiath
Isaiah 10:28 . See AI.

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Ain - Same as Aiath
Aiath - Aiath , Isaiah 10:28 ;...
a-i'ja, - like Aiath probably a variation of the name Ai, mentioned with Michmash and Bethel
Gallim - Apparently a city of Benjamin, associated with Laish, Aiath, Migron, etc
Migron - Precipice or landslip, a place between Aiath and Michmash (Isaiah 10:28 )
Migron - The town of Isaiah 10:1 is generally located between Aiath (Ai) and Michmash, that is, to the north of Michmash
Ai - Called also Hai, Genesis 12:8 ; Aija, Nehemiah 11:31 ; and Aiath, Isaiah 10:28
Ai - Also called Aiath, Isaiah 10:28, and Aija in the A
ai, Hai - It is probable that the Aiath of Isaiah 10:28 and the AIJA of Nehemiah 11:31 are the same as Ai, by the places named in association with them
Ai - " The name Aiath still belonged to the locality when Sennacherib marched against Jerusalem (Isaiah 10:28)
Vale - Thus all the places enumerated in his approach to Jerusalem (Isaiah 10:28-32) are visible from Geba exactly in the geographical order given in Isaiah, "Aiath, Migron (i
Ai - It never reappears in history, though it continued to be inhabited: it is the Aiath in Isaiah’s description of the march of the Assyrian ( Joshua 10:28 ), and the Aija of Nehemiah 11:31
Ai - Ai is also spelled Aija, Aiath, and Hai