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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Shikkeron. Town near the Mediterranean Sea on the northern border of the land allotted to Judah’s tribe for an inheritance, mentioned between Ekron and Mt Baalah (Jos 15:11, kjv Shicron). Its locality is uncertain, though perhaps identifiable with Tell el-Ful.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
SHIKKERON Town near the Mediterranean Sea on the northern border of the land allotted to Judah’s tribe for an inheritance, mentioned between Ekron and Mt Baalah (Jos 15:11). Its locality is uncertain, though perhaps identifiable with Tell el-Ful.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
SHIK´KERON (shikʹeron; “drunkenness”; KJV Shicron). A town near the western end of the northern boundary of Judah, between Ekron and Mt. Baalah (Josh. 15:11). As it is not named among the cities of Judah (vv. 21–63), it would seem to have been in Dan. It is, perhaps, the present ruined village Beit Shit,
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
SHIKKERON<shik’-er-on> ([שִׁכְּרוֹן, shikkeron]; the King James Version Shicron): A place mentioned in Joshua 15:11 as being on the northern border of Judah, between Ekron and Baalah, Jabneel being beyond, toward the sea. The site is unknown, but Rev. C. Hauser (PEFS, 1907, 289) suggests Tell es-Sellakeh,