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ATAROTH-ADDAR (PLACE) [Heb ʿăṭṭārôt ʾaddār (עֲטָּרֹות אַדָּר)]. A border town between Ephraim and Benjamin on the W side of the Jordan river (Josh 16:5, 18:13). Many critics conclude that the reference to Ataroth in Josh 16:2 has left out ʾaddār, but Boling (Joshua AB, 402) suggests that the boundary
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
2. A place on the border between Ephraim and Benjamin, toward the west (Josh. 16:2); probably the same as Ataroth-addar of 16:5 and 18:13. Smith (HGHL) identified this place with the present Atara on the high road from Jerusalem to Bethel, 3.5 mi (5.5 km) S of Bethel and 6 mi (10 km) E of upper Beth-horon.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
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Archite (ahr´kit).1 Identification given to Hushai, adviser to David (2 Sam. 15:32; 16:16; 17:5, 14; 1 Chron. 27:33). Hushai spied on Absalom and the priests Zadok and Abiathar.2 A territory associated with Ataroth, a boundary location between Benjamin and Ephraim (Josh. 16:2), possibly identical with
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