Shobal (son of Seir)
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A son of Seir the Horite and father of five sons (Gen 36:20–21, 23; 1 Chr 1:38, 40). Described as a chief of the Horites, along with his brothers.
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SHOBAL1. One of the seven sons of Seir the Horite in Edom (Gn 36:20; 1 Chr 1:38). Shobal became the father of five sons (Gn 36:23; 1 Chr 1:40) and a chief among the Horites (Gn 36:29).2. Hur’s son, the father of Haroeh, and the founder of the families of Kiriath-jearim (1 Chr 2:50–52).3. One of Judah’s
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SHOBAL1. One of the sons of Seir, the Horite (Hurrian) who ruled in the country later possessed by Edom. Shobal and his brothers are called dukes (KJV) or chiefs (ASV), heads of the various tribes of their people (Gen 36:20, 23, 29; 1 Chr 1:38, 40).2. One of the sons of Hur, the son of Caleb. He was
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