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A city in the northeastern region of the Sinai, roughly 40 miles south of Kadesh-barnea along a north—south road leading to Eilat and southern Sinai. The Arabic name means “hill of the well (or water source).”
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KUNTILLET ʿAJRUD (M.R. 094954). The Arabic name, meaning “hill of the water-source,” of a site located in N Sinai. Ruins of the site date to the 8th century b.c. (the time of the Israelite monarchy), and various remains suggest that it served as some sort of a religious center. Of particular significance
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
KUNTILLET ʿAJRUD. A somewhat remote, hilltop Iron Age II site located in the Sinai desert roughly 50 mi. south of ʿAin el-Qudeirat or Kadesh-barnea and 55 mi. northwest of Eilat. The site was situated near one of the ancient trade routes that traversed the eastern Sinai and connected the Mediterranean