Gibeah in the Old Testament
The stock image shows the location of Gibeah, a city that appears in several Old Testament accounts. The map depicts the city situated in the hill country of Benjamin, near the border between the tribes of Benjamin and Judah. The map highlights the city’s proximity to Jerusalem, as well as other nearby cities such as Ramah and Gibeon.
Gibeah was the birthplace of King Saul, the first king of Israel, and was also the site of a gruesome incident involving a Levite and his concubine, which sparked a civil war among the tribes of Israel. The map may be useful for those interested in exploring the historical and archaeological significance of the city of Gibeah and its role in the religious and political history of ancient Israel.