So they passed on and went their way, and the sun went down on them near Gibeah, which belongs to Benjamin. Bible see other translations

“Gibeah.” Many years later, King Saul came from Gibeah (1 Sam. 10:26). This fact has caused some scholars to say that this record in Judges 19-21 was invented and written later to try to discredit Saul because he was from Gibeah where the people had been so evil, but that is not the case.

“which belongs to Benjamin.” The town of Gibeah was in the tribal area of Benjamin.

Commentary for: Judges 19:14