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Shamir (son of Micah)
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SHAMIR (PERSON) [Heb Q šāmı̂r (שָׁמִיר)]. The son of Micah in the levitical genealogy in 1 Chr 24:20–31. Shamir’s descent was traced to Levi through his grandfather, Uzziel, son of Kohath, son of Levi. The mention of Shamir in 24:24 is one of several additions to the genealogy in 23:6–23. Due to the
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Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Sha´mir (a point or thorn).1. A town in the mountain district of Judah. Josh. 15:48 only. It probably lay some eight or ten miles south of Hebron.2. A place in Mount Ephraim, the residence and burial-place of Tola the judge. Judges 10:1, 2. Perhaps Samur, half-way between Samaria and Jenin.3. A Kohathite,
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
SHA´MIR (shaʹmir; “a flint, thorn”).1. A town in the mountains of Judah (Josh. 15:48). It is to be sought in the ruin Sōmerah, thirteen miles SW of Hebron, or at nearby El-Birch.2. A town upon the mountains of Ephraim, the residence and burial place of judge Tola (Judg. 10:1–2). Its situation is still