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KARKA (PLACE) [Heb qarqaʿ (קַרְקַע)]. A station named in the description of the extreme southern border of the tribal allotment of Judah (Josh 15:3). This place, whose name perhaps means “floor” (of earth?), is located between Addar and Azmon. The absence of Karka in Numbers 34, a parallel passage, is
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Karka kärʹkə [Heb. haqqarqaʿ-‘the floor, ground’]. A location on the southern border of Judah, mentioned between Hazar-addar and Azmon, on the way to Wâdī el-ʿArîsh (Josh. 15:3). Hazar-addar has been identified with ʿAin Qudeirât, hence the suggestion that Karka was located at the confluence of
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
KARKAA. A place along the S border of Judah W of Kadesh-barnea (Josh 15:3; Karka in RSV). The LXX has “the [way] that is west of Kadesh.” The somewhat parallel boundaries in Num 34:4 omit Karkaa. It has been tentatively identified with ’Ain el-Qeseimeh, three miles NW of the main spring known as `Ain
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Karka [kärˊkə] (Heb. haqqarqa˓ “the floor”). A city on the southern border of the tribal territory of Judah, located between Addar and Azmon northwest of Kedesh-barnea (Josh. 15:3; KJV “Karkaa”). The site is perhaps to be identified with modern ˓Ain el-Qoseimeh at the confluence of the Wâdī el-
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Easton’s Bible Dictionary