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OccurrencesEzekiel 30:17 The young men of Aven and of Pibeseth shall fall by the sword; and these cities shall go into captivity.
pi-be'-seth (pi-be'seth;(pi-bheceth; Septuagint Bubastos; Egyptian Pi-Basht, "the house of Basht," the cat-headed goddess; the Egyptian form is usually Ha-Basht; it is doubtful if the form Pi-Basht has yet been found): A city of ancient Egypt. The only occurrence of the name of this place in the Old Testament is in Ezekiel 30:17; where it is coupled with Aven, i.e. On (Heliopolis).
PI-BE'SETH, or Pib'eseth, a city of lower Egypt, now called tell Basta, 38 ms. n.n.e. of Cairo, near the Tanitic branch of the Nile. It is entirely in ruins but fragments of red granite, attest the existence of the beautiful temple erected to the goddess Basht who was worshiped at this place.
Strong's HebrewH6364: Pi-beseth
a place in Egypt