Chesulloth (Hebrews with the article hak-Kesulloth´, הִכּסֻלּוֹת, the hopes [or, according to some, the loins, from its position on the "flank" or slope of the mountain; comp. Chesil, Chesalon, etc.]; Sept. Χασελώθ v. r. Χασαλώθ), a city of the tribe of Issachar, mentioned between Jezreel and Shunem, apparently near the border (Jos 19:18). It is probably the same with CHISLOTH-TABOR SEE CHISLOTH-TABOR (q.v.) of verse 12, and the simple TABOR of 1Ch 6:77; the modern Iksal (Robinson's Researches, 3:182; comp. Schwarz, Palest. p. 166). Eusebius and Jerome (Onomast. s.v. Α᾿χελέθωθ, Accheseluth; Χασελοῦς, Chaselus) describe it as still extant under the same name (Χεαλοῦς, Chasalus).