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Ain of Judah
Horvat Rimmon (חרבת רמון, chrbt rmwn). Arabic: Khirbet um-er-Rummamim, “ruin of the mother of the pomegranate.” A site named after the biblical Rimmon, a city mentioned in the territorial lists of Judah (Josh 15:32) and Simeon (Josh 19:7; 1 Chr 4:32). Later, En-Rimmon became one of the places occupied
Rimmon, Cave of
Rimmon in the Negev (רִמּוֹן, rimmon). Also called En-Rimmon (עֵין רִמּוֹן, ein rimmon; Neh 11:29). A town in the Negev variously included in the territory of Simeon (Josh 19:7; 1 Chr 4:32) and Judah (Josh 15:32). The name of modern Horvat Rimmon derives from the name of biblical Rimmon in the Negev,