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Daberath (dab'-e-rath) ("pasture"), a city in the territory of Issachar, near the border of Zebulun. Also called Dabareh, it likely survives as modern town of Deburich. It is important militarily, being located at the foot of Mount Tabor and guarding the entry to the Esdraelon plain. According to Josephus (ii.21.§3), a military garrison was stationed here.
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same as Dabareh
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See: See Dabareh
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pasture, a Levitical town of Issachar (Josh. 19:12; 21:28), near the border of Zebulum. It is the modern small village of Deburich, at the base of Mount Tabor. Tradition has incorrectly made it the scene of the miracle of the cure of the lunatic child (Matt. 17:14).
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