Bether

be'-ther (bether): In Song 2:17 mention is made of "the mountains of Bether." It is doubtful if a proper name is intended. The Revised Version, margin has, "perhaps, the spice malobathron." A Bether is prominent in late Jewish history as the place where the Jews resisted Hadrian under Bar Cochba in 135 AD. Its identity with Bittir, 7 miles Southwest of Jerusalem, is attested by an inscription.

See a list of verses on BETHER in the Bible.

See also the McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia.

 
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