Az'noth-ta'bor (Hebrews Aznoth' Tabor', תָּבוֹר אִזנוֹתּ, ears [i.e. summits] of Tabor [comp. Uzzen-Sherah, "Chisloth-Tabor"]; Sept. Α᾿ζνωθθαβώρ), a town on the western border of Naphtali, between the Jordan and Hukkok (Jos 19:34). It is placed by Eusebius (Onomast. s.v. Α᾿σανώθ) in a plain not far from Diocesarea. Neither of these notices, however, would allow a position near Tabor, as the name implies; for the territory of Zebulon, at least, intervened. SEE TRIBE. They may, however, be somewhat combined in a conjectural locality at the eastern edge of the plain el-Buttauf, in the vicinity of Kurn Hattin.