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KOLA (PLACE) [Gk Kōla (Κωλα)]. A site mentioned in the book of Judith, otherwise unknown (Jdt 15:4). It is possible that the site should be equated with Kona (Jdt 4:4), but this identification is unclear. See KONA. According to the passage in which it appears, Kola must be fairly close to Bethuliah.
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Kola koh’luh (Κωλα, v.l. Χωλα). An otherwise unknown locality mentioned in the book of Judith (Jdt. 15:4; KJV, “Cola”). If the name is not fictitious, the town was probably not far from Bethulia. On the basis of partial sound similarity, some identify it with Kona (Jdt. 4:4) or with Holon (Josh. 15:51).
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