Har'sha (Heb. Charsha', חִרשָׁא, a Chaldaizing form, ,worker or enchanter; Sept. Α᾿ρσά and Α᾿δασάν), one of "the Nethinim whose descendants (or rather, perhaps, a place whose inhabitants) returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:52; Ne 7:54). B. C. ante 536. Schwarz (Palest. p. 116) thinks it may be identical with the ruins called by the Arabs Charsha (on Zimmerman's map, Khuras), situated south of wady Sur, about half-way between Beit-Jibrin (Eleutheropolis) on the W., — and Jedur (Gedor) on the E.