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Dictionaries :: Zarthan

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Zarthan:

a place near Succoth, in the plain of the Jordan, "in the clay ground," near which Hiram cast the brazen utensils for the temple (1Ki 7:46); probably the same as Zartan. It is also called Zeredathah (2Ch 4:17). (See ZEREDA.)

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Zarthan:

zar'-than (tsarethan): the King James Version in 1Ki 7:46 for ZARETHAN (which see).

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Zarthan:

(1.) A place in the circle of Jordan, mentioned in connection with Succoth (1 Kings 7:46).

(2.) It is also named in the account of the passage of the Jordan by the Israelites (Joshua 3:16) where the authorized Version has Zaretan.

(3.) A place with the similar name of Zartanah (1 Kings 4:12).

(4.) Further, Zeredathah, named in 2 Chronicles 4:17 only in specifying the situation of the foundries for the brass‐work of Solomon's temple, is substituted for Zarthan; and this again is not impossibly identical with the Zererath of the story of Gideon (Judges 7:22). All these spots agree in proximity to the Jordan, but beyond this we are absolutely at fault as to their position.

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