Hazor of Galilee (חצור, chtswr). An ancient Canaanite and Israelite city located in the upper Galilee region of Israel, near the southwest corner of the Huleh plain. Assigned to the tribal territory of Naphtali (Josh 19:36).
HEZRON (PLACE) [ḥeṣrôn]. Station named in the description of the extreme S border of the tribal allotment of Judah (Josh 15:3). This place, whose name seems to mean “enclosure,” is located between Kadesh-barnea and Addar. Alt (1953) has persuasively argued that the border list of Joshua 15 is derived
Hezronhezʹron [Heb. ḥeṣrôn—‘enclosure’]. A town on the southern border of Judah between Kadesh-barnea and Addar (Josh. 15:3); the parallel passage Nu. 34:4 mentions Hazar-addar, which may be a combination of Hezron and Addar or a neighboring town. Conder suggested that the name has survived in Jebel
Hezron (hez´ruhn).1 The third son of Reuben and an ancestor of the Hezronites, a family group belonging to the Reubenite tribe (Gen. 49:6; Exod. 6:14; Num. 26:6; 1 Chron. 5:3).2 The son of Perez and grandson of Judah; he was an ancestor of a Hezronite family group who belonged to the tribe of Judah
Hezron (Heb. ḥeṣrôn) (PLACE)A place on the extreme southern border of the territory allotted to Judah (Josh. 15:3), apparently between Kadesh-barnea and Addar. Hazar-addar in Num. 34:4 may be a mistaken conflation of Hezron and Addar from the list at Josh. 15:3. The site may be ʿAin Qedeis (100999),
Hazor (Heb. ḥāṣôr)1. Ancient Canaanite and Israelite city at the southwest corner of the Huleh Plain, 15.5 km. (9.6 mi.) N of the Sea of Galilee. It was first identified with the prominent mound of Tell el-Qedaḥ (203269; also called Tell Waqqas) as early as 1875, on the basis of geographic references
HEZRON [hĕzˊrən] (Heb. ḥeṣrôn “enclosure”) (PLACE). † A city on the southern border of Judah, west of Kadesh-barnea (Josh. 15:3). At Num. 34:4 the name is combined with Addar; scholars are uncertain whether the compound name or the listing as separate sites is correct. The precise location of
HezronHezron (hezʹruhn). 1 The father of a Reubenite tribe (Gen. 49:6; Exod. 6:14; Num. 26:6; 1 Chron. 5:3). 2 The father of a Judean tribe (Gen. 46:12; Ruth 4:18–19; Matt. 1:3; Luke 3:33). 3 A city on the south border of Judah (Josh. 15:3).
HEZRON [HEZ rahn] (enclosure) — the name of two men and one town in the Old Testament:1. A son of Reuben and founder of the Hezronites (Gen. 46:9).2. A founder of a tribal family (Gen. 46:12) and an ancestor of Jesus (Matt. 1:3; Esrom, KJV).3. A town on the southern border of Judah (Josh. 15:3).