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A city located along the eastern border of the territory assigned to the tribe of Zebulun (Josh 19:13).
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ETH-KAZIN (PLACE) [Heb ʿittâ qāṣı̂n (עִתָּה קָצִין)]. Town on the E border of the territory of Zebulun, between Gath-hepher on the S and Rimmon on the N (Josh 19:13). The site of Eth-kazin, or, after the LXX, Ir-kazin (Gk polis Katesem)—“the citadel of the commander”—has not been identified.Raphael
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Eth-kazin. One of the towns marking the eastern boundary of Zebulun’s tribe (Jos 19:13, kjv Ittah-kazin). Its exact location is unknown, but the context indicates that it was probably in the vicinity of Gath-hepher and Rimmon.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Eth-kazin eth-kāʹzin [Heb. ʾittâ qāṣîn]; AV, NEB, ITTAH-KAZIN. A town on the east border of Zebulun (Josh. 19:13). “Ittah” in the AV and NEB is due to a misunderstanding of the changed spelling that indicates direction (he locale). While the location is uncertain, the context may put it at Kefr
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
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International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ETH-KAZIN<eth-ka’-zin> ([עִתָּה קָצִין, ̀ittah qatsin]; the King James Version Ittah Kazin): A town on the eastern border of Zebulun, mentioned between Gath-hepher and Rimmon (Joshua 19:13). The site is not identified. “Ittah” of the King James Version is due to misunderstanding of the Hebrew letter