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Also called Tolad. It was assigned to the tribe of Simeon, whose tribal allotment fell within the land of Judah (Josh 19:4; 15:30; compare 1 Chr 4:29).
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ELTOLAD (PLACE) [Heb ʾeltôlad (אֶלְתֹּולַד)]. Var. TOLAD. A settlement of the tribe of Simeon. Eltolad occurs twice in Joshua: in 15:30 it is listed among the settlements of Judah, while in 19:4 it is one of the towns of Simeon. Since the tribe of Simeon was assimilated to Judah at an early date, Eltolad
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TOLAD. A city of the tribe of Simeon in the extreme S toward the boundary of Edom, mentioned with Ezem, Ziklag, Hormah, and other cities which the Simeonites inherited within the territory of Judah (1 Chr 4:29; elsewhere Eltolad, q.v., Josh 15:30; 19:4). It has been tentatively identified as Khirbet
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Eltolad (Heb. ʾeltôlaḏ) (also TOLAD)A town allocated to Judah (Josh. 15:30), later reassigned to Simeon (19:4, 7). In Chr. 4:29 it is called Tolad, a name which occurs on an ostracon from Beer-sheba associated with wine distribution. A possible site identification is Khirbet Erqa Saqra, 20 km. (12.5
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