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Also known as Tell el-Ghrareh. An archaeological mound of an Edomite fortress-site of the seventh—sixth centuries bc, located on the southeastern bank of the Wadi Delaghah, in southern Jordan.
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GHRAREH (M.R. 191956). Ghrareh is an Edomite site of the 7th–6th centuries b.c. It has not thus far been equated with any biblical site.Ghrareh is located in S Edom at the head of the Wadi Delaghah, one of the few practical routes to the Wadi Arabah and the W from this point on the plateau. It is situated