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Valley of Zephathah
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A valley in west Judah, near Mareshah, where Asa met and defeated the Ethiopians under Zerah (2 Chr 14:10).
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ZEPHATHAH (PLACE) [Heb ṣĕpatâ (צְפַתָה)]. A valley near Mareshah (Tell Sandahannah [M.R. 140111], about 1 mile S of Beit Jibrin [Eleutheropolis, M.R. 140112]), where Asa fought Zerah, the Ethiopian, and his raiding party (2 Chr 14:9—Eng 14:10). According to the LXX, the battle took place N of Mareshah.
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ZEPH´ATHAH (zefʹa-tha; “watchtower”). A valley near Mareshah (2 Chron. 14:10) where Asa and his troops fought against Zerah the Ethiopian’s army. A deep valley is found near the site of Mareshah, running down to Beit Jibrin (Eleutheropolis) and thence into the plain of Philistia. This may be the valley
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