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HEBREW: 8521 avrx lt Tel Charsha'
NAVE: Tel Harsha
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Tel Harsha

In Bible versions:

Tel Harsha: NET NIV
Tel-Harsha: AVS TEV
Tel-harsha: NRSV NASB
a town of Babylon where Israeli exiles once lived
Google Maps: Tel-harsha (32° 7´, 45° 13´)


Strongs #08521: avrx lt Tel Charsha'

Tel-harsa or Tel-haresha = "mound of the deaf mute"

1) a town of Babylon
1a) probably located in the low country near the sea

8521 Tel Charsha' tale khar-shaw'

from 8510 and the feminine of 2798; mound of workmanship;
Tel-Charsha, a place in Babylonia:-Tel-haresha, Tel-harsa.
see HEBREW for 08510
see HEBREW for 02798

Tel Harsha [NAVE]

See: Tel-harsa.


TEL-HARSHA - tel-har'-sha (tel-charsha'): In Ezr 2:59; Neh 7:61 (the King James Version in latter, "'Telharesha," tel-ha-re'sha, -har'e-sha), a Babylonian town or village from which Jews who could not show their lineage returned with Zerubbabel. The site is unknown. In 1 Esdras 5:36 it is called "Thelersas."

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