Hazar-gaddah Tristram (Bible Places, page 20) coincides in the location "at Jurrah or el- Ghurra, a group of ruins on a high marl peak with steep sides, very near el-Milh, on the road to Beersheba," and so Lieut. Conder ( Quar. Statement of the "Pal. Explor. Fund," January 1875, page 25). But more recently the latter suggests (Tent Work, 2:337) Judeideh, the position of which he does not indicate.