Caphargamãla (prob. village of the camel), a village said to have been situated 20 miles from Jerusalem; the native place of the presbyter Lucian, who wrote the memoir concerning the remains of St. Stephen, about the fifth century (Reland, Palcest. p. 688); but thought by Cotovicus (Itin. p. 284) to be the name of a person. SEE CAPHARSALAMA.