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Nekeb [1]

For this place Lieut. Conder suggests (Tent Work, 2:339) the present Khurbet Seyadeh, four miles south-west of Tiberias, described in the Memoirs accompanying the Ordnance Survey (1:405) as "ruined Arab houses, all basaltic and apparently modern." Tristram states (Bible Places, page 278), "But a far more satisfactory identification has been recently discovered in Nakib a site in the Ard el-Hamma, the plain between "Tabor and the sea of Galilee." This is precisely the situation of Seyadeh, but the name Nakib does not appear there on the Ordnance Map.