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Fausset's Bible Dictionary [1]

One of the three towns taken from Jeroboam by Abijah ( 2 Chronicles 13:19). Now Ain Sinia, well watered and surrounded with gardens. Its position three miles N. of Beitin, near the main route between Jerusalem and Shechem, and its relation to the other towns of the triangle, Ephron (Taiyibeh) and Bethel (Beitin), made its acquisition of consequence to Abijah as commanding the high road to his capital.

Smith's Bible Dictionary [2]

Jesh'anah. (Old). A town which, with its dependent villages, was one of the three taken from Jeroboam by Abijah.  2 Chronicles 13:19.

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [3]

Jeshanah . A town taken from Jeroboam by Abijah (  2 Chronicles 13:19 ). It is the modern ‘Ain Sînia , about 3 1 / 4 miles north of Bethel.

Morrish Bible Dictionary [4]

City taken from Jeroboam by Abijah.  2 Chronicles 13:19 . Identified with Ain Sinia , 31 58' N,

35 14' E.

Holman Bible Dictionary [5]

 2 Chronicles 13:19 1 Samuel 7:12

Easton's Bible Dictionary [6]

 2 Chronicles 13:19

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [7]

[many Jesh'anah] (Heb. Yeshanah', יְשָׁנָה , Old, q.d. Παλαιόπολις ; Sept. Ι᾿Εσυνά v.r. Ἀνά ) , a city of the kingdom of Israel, taken with its suburbs from Jeroboam by Abijah, and mentioned as situated near Bethel and Ephraim ( 2 Chronicles 13:19). It appears to be the "village Isanas " ( Ι᾿Σάνας ) , mentioned by Josephus as the scene of Herod's encounter with Pappus, the general of Antigonus, in Samaria ( Ant. 14, 15, 12; compare Ι᾿Σανά , Ant. 8,11, 3). It is not mentioned by Jerome in the Onomasticon, unless we accept the conjecture of Reland ( Paloest. p. 861). that "Jethaba, urbs antiqua Judaea" is at once a corruption and a translation of the name Jeshana. According to Schwarz ( Palestine, p. 158), it is the modern village Al-Sanin, two miles west of Bethel; but no such name appears on Zimmermann's map, unless it be Ain Sinia, a village surrounded by vineyards and fruit trees, with vegetable gardens watered from a well, situated at a fork of the valley about a mile N.E. of Jufila (Robinson's Researches, 3, 80).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [8]

jesh´a - na , - shā´na ( ישׁנה , yeshā - nāh ): A town named with Bethel and Ephron among the places taken by Abijah from Jeroboam (  2 Chronicles 13:19 ). Most scholars are agreed that the same name should be read instead of השּׁן , ha - shen , in  1 Samuel 7:12 . It is probably identical with the Ισάνας , Isánas , of Josephus ( Ant ., Xiv , xv, 12). It is represented by the modern ‛Ain Sı̄nia , 3 1/4 miles North of Bethel, with a spring and interesting ancient remains.