Anaha'rath (Heb., Anacharath', אֲנָחֲרָת, pass, Furst; Sept. Α᾿ναχερέθ, Vulg. Anaharath), a town on or within the border of Issachar, mentioned between Shihon and Rabbith (Jos 19:19). Its site was apparently unknown in the time of Eusebius and Jerome (Onomast. s.v. Α᾿νέρθ, Anerith). It was, perhaps, in the northern part of the tribe, possibly at Meskarah, where there are ruins (Van de Velde, Map).