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HADRACH (PLACE) [Heb hadrāk (הַדְרָך)]. A place, probably an Aramean city-state, located in N Syria on the Orontes river S of Hamath and N of Damascus. The city may be identified with the present day Tell Āfis, located about 20 miles (45 km) SW of Aleppo. It is mentioned only once by Zechariah along
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hadrach hadʹrak [Heb. ḥaḏrāḵ]. A place, probably a city-state, in northern Syria. “The land of Hadrach” is mentioned in Zec. 9:1, along with Damascus, in connection with a prophecy concerning “the cities of Aram.” It is almost certainly to be identified with Ḫatarikka in Assyrian texts. Tiglath-pileser
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hadrach (Heb. ḥaḏrāḵ)A city in northern Syria, near modern Tell AfIs, 45 km. (30 mi.) SW of Aleppo. Hadrach occurs once in the Bible, in a prophetic announcement of the destruction of various Philistine, Syrian, and Phoenician territories (Zech. 9:1–8). In an Aramaic inscription (ca. 800 b.c.e.)
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land
HADRACH The name of a town and country in Syria, mentioned only once in the Bible (Zech. 9:1). It is heard of for the first time in the inscription of Zachar, King of Hamath (c. 800 bc), and then reappears in the Assyrian documents of the 8th century bc, which mention a satrapy called Hatarikka. In 738
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Smith’s Bible Dictionary