Ceperaria (evidently a compound of the Hebrew ׃כפר SEE CAPHAR-), a town of Palestine mentioned in the Peutinger Table as lying between Ashkelon and Jerusalem, 8 (or 13) R. miles from Eleutheropolis, and thought by Reland (Palaest. p. 684) to be the same as Capharorsa (q.v.); but identified by Robinson with "a deserted village, Kefr Urieh, in or near the plain, not far from Tibneh and the mouth of the Surar" (Researches, 2:643).

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