Isaac, a third bishop, mentioned by Le Quien about 540 (Oriens christiana, II, 864) was not a bishop of Neve but of Nineve, and lived at the end of the seventh century ("Echos d'Orient", IV, 11).
The Diocese of Neve is noticed in the Notitia episcopatuum of Antioch in the sixth century ("Echos d'Orient", X, 145), and the city of Neve is referred to by George of Cyprus ("Descriptio orbis romani", ed. Heinrich Gelzer, 54) in the next century. The "Revue biblique" published (III, 625) some Greek inscriptions from the locality.
A Muslim settlement called Nawa, in the Hauran, Syria, now occupies the site of this former see. The tower of the ancient Christian church is still visible.
Neve is not be confused with Mount Nebo in Jordan, situated about 94 miles south of the town.