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Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [1]

Beten (  Joshua 19:25 ). A town of Asher, noticed next to Achshaph. The site is doubtful. In the fourth century it was shown 8 Roman miles east of Ptolemais (Acco). It may be the present village el-B‘aneh .

Morrish Bible Dictionary [2]

City on the border of Asher.  Joshua 19:25 . Identified with el Baneh, 35 16' E 32 56' N .

Smith's Bible Dictionary [3]

Be'ten. (Height). One of the cities on the border of the tribe of Asher.  Joshua 19:25.

Fausset's Bible Dictionary [4]

 Joshua 19:25. A city on the borders of Asher.

Holman Bible Dictionary [5]

 Joshua 19:25

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [6]

(Heb. id. בֶּטֶן , Belly, i.e. hollow; Sept. Βέτεν v. r. Βαιθόκ and Βατνέ ), one of the cities on the border of the tribe of Asher ( Joshua 19:25, only). By Eusebius ( Onom. s.v. Βατναι ) it is said to have been then called Bebeten ( Βεβετέν ), and to have lain eight miles east of Ptolemais; but this distance is too little, as the place appears to be the "Ecbatana of Syria" (Cellar. Notit. 3, 3, 13, 74), placed by Pliny (5, 17) on Carmel; apparently the present village with ruins called El-Bahneh, five hours east of Akka (Van de Velde, Narrat. 1, 285).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [7]

bē´ten ( בּטן , beṭen  ; Βατνέ , Batné ): A city of Asher mentioned between Hall and Achshaph ( Joshua 19:25 ). Eusebius, Onomasticon places it 8 Roman miles East of Ptolemais, giving it the name Bethseten. It may be identical with the modern village el - B‛aneh , but no certainty is possible.