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Dhahr Mirzbaneh
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Dhahr Mirzbaneh
Dhahr Mirzbaneh A narrow ridge located in the Judaean hills. Home to extensive cemeteries.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Dhahr Mirzbâneh
DAHAHR MIRZBÂNEH (M.R. 156182). The traditional Arabic-Persian name (meaning something like “Ridge of the Persian Governor”) of a rocky ridge (450–600 m altitude) just N of the copious spring at ʿAin es-Sâmiyeh, E of the modern village of Kufr Mâlik, ca. 9 miles NE of Ramallah. The site overlooks the
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
DHAHR MIRZBÂNEH
DHAHR MIRZBâNEH. A rocky ridge above the springs at ʿAin es-Sâmiyeh, in the hills northeast of Ramallah. Although frequently robbed but never systematically excavated, the large region is exceptionally rich in archaeological remains, extending from at least the late third millennium to the Byzantine
MIRZBÂNEH, DHAHR
MIRZBÂNEH, DHAHR. A rocky ridge above the springs at ʿAin es-Sâmiyeh, in the hills northeast of Ramallah. Although frequently robbed but never systematically excavated, the large region is exceptionally rich in archaeological remains, extending from at least the late 3rd millennium bce to the Byzantine