- Oak of weeping, a tree near Bethel, at the spot where Deborah, Rebekah's nurse, was buried (Gen. 35:8). Large trees, from their rarity in the plains of Palestine, were frequently designated as landmarks. This particular tree was probably the same as the "palm tree of Deborah" (Judg. 4:5).
Easton's Bible Dictionary. M.G. Easton. 1897.
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List of Biblical names — This is a list of names from the Bible, mainly taken from the 19th century public domain resource: : Hitchcock s New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible by Roswell D. Hitchcock, New York: A. J. Johnson, 1874, c1869.Each name is given with its … Wikipedia
Burial — The first burial we have an account of is that of Sarah (Gen. 23). The first commercial transaction recorded is that of the purchase of a burial place, for which Abraham weighed to Ephron four hundred shekels of silver current money with the… … Easton's Bible Dictionary
Deborah — A bee. 1) Rebekah s nurse. She accompanied her mistress when she left her father s house in Padan aram to become the wife of Isaac (Gen. 24:59). Many years afterwards she died at Bethel, and was buried under the oak of weeping , Allon… … Easton's Bible Dictionary
Tabor — A height. 1) Now Jebel et Tur, a cone like prominent mountain, 11 miles west of the Sea of Galilee. It is about 1,843 feet high. The view from the summit of it is said to be singularly extensive and grand. This is alluded to in Ps. 89:12;… … Easton's Bible Dictionary