Alam'melech (Hebrew Allamme'lek, אִלִּמֶּלֶך, perhaps king's oak: Sept. Ε᾿λμέλεχ), a town on the border of the tribe of Asher, mentioned between Achshaph and Amad (Jos 19:26). Schwarz remarks (Palest. p. 191) that the name may be indicative of a location on the branch of the Kishon still called Nahr el-Melek; perhaps at the ruins el-Harbaji (Van de Velde, Memoir, p. 283).

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