Gibea

Gibea

(gĭb`ēə), in the Bible, name of Caleb's grandson occurring in a list of Judahite towns. It is possibly the same as GibeahGibeah
[Heb.,=hill]. 1 In the Bible, home town and capital of Saul; the present-day Tell el-Ful, the West Bank, 3 mi (4.8 km) N of Jerusalem. A fortress that may have been Saul's residence was excavated there. Bibliography

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Funeral on Saturday, April 25, service at Gibea Chapel, Upper Brynaman at 11am, followed by interment at the Chapel burial ground.
He replied, "He is discussing the question of the concubine in Gibea.
Funeral on Saturday Feb 14, service at Llanelli Crematorium at 11am, followed by a thanksgiving for Ken's life at Gibea Chapel, Upper Brynaman at 1pm, dress informal.
Funeral on Wednesday, Nov 26, service at the Chapel of Rest, Bwtrimawr, Betws at 2pm, followed by interment at Gibea Chapel Burial Ground, Cwmgwili.
Angladd dydd Gwener, Hydref 25, gwasanaeth cyhoeddus yng Nghapel Gibea, Brynaman, am 12 canol dydd, yna cleddir ei gweddillion ym mynwent y capel.
Cameras followed naturalist Iolo Williams as he went behind the lens for the day to act as official photographer, and ex-Wales rugby international Ray Gravell was roped in to drive the bride and her father to the Gibea Chapel, in Brynaman, Carmarthenshire.