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Seneh and Bozez
SENEH AND BOZEZ. SENEH (‘pointed rock’) and BOZEZ (‘slippery’?) were two rocks between which Jonathan and his armour-bearer entered the garrison of the Philistines (1 Sa. 14:4ff.). (*Michmash.) No precise identification of the location of these two rocky crags has been made, but see GTT, p. 317.J. D.
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BO´ZEZ (bozʹes). Between the passes through which Jonathan endeavored to cross over to go up to the post of the Philistines there was a sharp rock on one side called Bozez, and one on the other called Seneh (1 Sam. 14:4–5). These rose up like pillars to a great height and were probably the “hills” that