|Easton's Bible Dictionary|
House of Gilgal, a place from which the inhabitants gathered for the purpose of celebrating the rebuilding of the walls on the return exile (Nehemiah 12:29). (see GILGAL.)
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
beth-gil'-gal (beth ha-gilgal; Bethaggalgal; the King James Version house of Gilgal): The Gilgal which lay in the plain East of Jericho (Nehemiah 12:29).
Beth-gilgal (1 Occurrence)
Nehemiah 12:29 also from Beth-gilgal, and out of the fields of Geba and Azmaveth: for the singers had builded them villages round about Jerusalem. (ASV BBE DBY JPS NAS RSV)