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A town in the Valley of Jezreel assigned to the tribe of Issachar (Josh 19:19). Pharaoh Thutmose III listed it as one of the cities he had conquered in the first half of the 15th century bc (ANET, 242).
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ANAHARATH (PLACE) [Heb ʾănāḥărāt (אֲנָחֲרָת)]. The sixth place listed in the description of the territory of Issachar (Josh 19:19). The name also appears in the topographical list of Thutmose III (no. 52: i-n-h-r-t; Simons 1937: 117). Amenhotep II captured Anaharath in his second campaign to Asia.
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ANAHARATH<a-na’-ha-rath> ( אֲנָחֲרָת [’ana-charath], meaning unknown): A place which fell to the tribe of Issachar in the division of the land (Joshua 19:19). Located in the valley of Jezreel toward the East, the name and site being preserved as the modern [en-Nà-ura]. BDB is wrong in assigning it