=Aram-Zobah, (Ps. 60, title), a Syrian province or kingdom to the south of Coele-Syria, and extending from the eastern slopes of Lebanon north and east toward the Euphrates. Saul and David had war with the kings of Zobah (1 Sam. 14:47; 2 Sam. 8:3; 10:6).
zobah was situated near Damascus, northeast of Palestine, and was the head of a kingdom until subjected in the reign of David.
Hadad-ezer, it will be remembered, was the king of zobah who was overthrown by David.
Hadadezar, king of zobah, was the next whom he smote; who being assisted by the Syrians of Damascus, he next smote them.
The third of his campaigns was against Hadadezer, the son of Rehob, king of zobah.
The extensive district of zobah, to which various princes had been tributary, was divided into several parts.
Hadadezer, king of zobah on the Euphrates, contributed the greatest number—20,000 men.