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LASHARON (PLACE) [Heb laššārôn (לַשָּׁרֹון)]. The king of Lasharon is listed as one of the 31 Canaanite kings defeated by Joshua (Josh 12:18). Since the name Lasharon occurs nowhere else in either the OT or other ancient sources, and is accompanied in the same verse by Aphek (M.R. 143168), most scholars
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Tyndale Bible Dictionary
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LASHARON. This town is included among the list of city-states conquered W of the Jordan (Josh 12:18). Some suggest it is to be identified with the district of Sarona (Eusebius’ Onomasticon) in Lower Galilee c. five miles N of Mount Tabor. If in fact Lasharon is a district, it seems most probable that
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
LASHARON (rv ‘Lassharon’, avmg. ‘Sharon’). A Canaanite royal city mentioned with Aphek as taken by Joshua (12:18). Lxx (B) reads ‘the king of Aphek in Sharon’. However, Eusebius (Onomasticon, s.v. ‘Saron’) mentions a district called Sarona, between Mt Tabor and the Sea of Tiberias, and this ancient
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