Places Study on Eloth

Places Study on Eloth

Numbers 33: And they removed from Haradah, and pitched in Makheloth.
Numbers 33: And they removed from Makheloth, and encamped at Tahath.
1 Kings 9: And king Solomon made a navy of ships in Eziongeber, which is beside Eloth, on the shore of the Red sea, in the land of Edom.
2 Chronicles 8: Then went Solomon to Eziongeber, and to Eloth, at the sea side in the land of Edom.
2 Chronicles 26: He built Eloth, and restored it to Judah, after that the king slept with his fathers.

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Eloth
(ee' lahth) Variant spelling of Elath. See Elath .

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Eloth
ELOTH . See Elath.

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Eloth

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Elath, Eloth
Seaport town at the extreme north of the Gulf of Akaba branch of the Red Sea. First mentioned in the wanderings of the Israelites; it was afterwards included in the dominion of Solomon, near to which, at Ezion-geber, he had a navy of ships. Afterwards we read that it was built by Azariah, and was restored to Judah; but subsequently it was conquered by Rezin and held by the Syrians, until it became a frontier town of Rome. Deuteronomy 2:8 ; 1 Kings 9:26 ; 2 Kings 14:22 ; 2 Kings 16:6 ; 2 Chronicles 8:17 ; 2 Chronicles 26:2 . It was situate about 29 29' N, 35 2' E . Elath is now called Aqaba and is in Jordan, it is the only sea-port of that country.

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Aqaba, Gulf of - Its northern port city is Eloth (or Elath, NIV). See Eloth ; Ezion-geber
Eloth - Eloth
Ezion-Geber - Ezion-geber (along with its twin town Elath, or Eloth) was situated on the northern tip of the Gulf of Aqabah, the north-eastern arm of the Red Sea
Elath - Grove; trees, (Deuteronomy 2:8 ), also in plural form Eloth (1 Kings 9:26 , etc
Elath - ELATH (called also Eloth , ‘the great trees’)
Elath - (ee' lath) or Eloth (ee' lohth) Place name meaning, “ram,” “mighty trees,” or “terebinth
Ezion-Geber - The giant's backbone (so called from the head of a mountain which runs out into the sea), an ancient city and harbour at the north-east end of the Elanitic branch of the Red Sea, the Gulf of Akabah, near Elath or Eloth (Numbers 33:35 ; Deuteronomy 2:8 )
Elath - The Edomites being subdued, 2 Samuel 8:14, David took possession of Elath or Eloth: and after him Solomon, whose fleet sailed from the neighboring town Ezion-geber to Ophir
Ezion Geber - The station of Solomon's navy "beside Eloth, on the shore of the Red Sea, in the land of Edom
Elath - Solomon's navy rode at sea near Ezion Geber, beside Eloth (1 Kings 9:26; 2 Chronicles 8:17)
Elath - or Eloth, a part of Idumea, situate upon the Red Sea, the emporium of Syria in Asia
Elath - Or Eloth, a city of Idumea, situated at the northern extremity of the eastern gulf of the Red Sea, which was anciently called the Elantic gulf, and now the gulf of Akaba
Oak - Eloth, Elim, etc
Uzzia(h) - To secure the eastern caravan route (the King's Highway), Uzziah rebuilt Elat (Eloth), the strategic port on the gulf of Aqaba (2 Chronicles 26:2 ) and campaigned against the Arabs of Gurbaal (possibly Gur east of Beersheba), the Meunites (a branch of Edomites), and the Ammonites (2 Chronicles 26:7-8 )
Solomon - See Eloth ; Ezion-geber
Red Sea - " Three centuries later, Solomon's navy was built "in Ezion-geber, which is beside Eloth, on the shore of the Red Sea (Yam Suph), in the land of Edom
Edom - We know that as far back as the time of Solomon, the cities of Astioum Gaber (Ezion Geber) and Ailah (Eloth) were highly frequented marts
Solomon - )... Solomon had his navy at Ezion Geber, near Eloth on the Red Sea, which went to Ophir and brought back 420 talents of gold; and a navy of Tarshish which sailed with Hiram's navy in the Mediterranean, bringing every three years "gold, silver, ivory, apes, and peacocks