Bamah (Hebrew: בָּמָה), pl. bamot, denotes a place of worship of the ancient Israelites. It also became used as a general term referring to any place used for awesome worship.[1][2] Adonai was worshiped on the high places by Isaac.[3] In Modern Hebrew, the word means "stage; platform".[4]


  1. Easton's Bible Dictionary: Bamah
  2. - BAMAH:
  3. Am 7:9
  4. Oxford Hebrew-English Dictionary (1995)


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