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Listed as a son of Er (1 Chr 4:21). However, the terminology in 1 Chr 4:21 could refer to a city and its founder; thus, Lecah could be a town in Judah founded by Er, rather than a person.
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LECAH (PLACE) [Heb lēkâ (לֵכָה)]. A community founded by Er, son of Judah (1 Chr 4:21). The name is mentioned only this once; the location is unknown. The suggestion that the name might be a corruption of Lachish (as hinted by Aharoni, LBHG, 227) is untestable. The Chronicler adopts the genealogical
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Lecah (Heb. lēḵâ)A Judahite, son of Er and descendant of Shelah (1 Chr. 4:21). The context, however, suggests that Lecah was a place in the tribal territory of Judah, founded by Er. Because Mareshah, mentioned in the same text, is located NW of Hebron, Lecah would have been in the same region, though
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Lecah [lēˊkə] (Heb. lēḵâ). A son of Er and descendant of Shelah (1 Chr. 4:21). The context, however, suggests that Lecah was a place in the tribal territory of Judah, founded by Er. Because Mareshah, mentioned in the same text, is located northwest of Hebron, Lecah would have been in the same region,
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