Ha'zar-shu'al (Hebrew Chatsar'-Shual', שׁוּעָל חֲצִר, village of the jackal; Sept. Α᾿σαρσουλά,Ε᾿σερσουάλ and Α᾿σερσωάλ), a city on the southern border of Judah (Jos 15:28; Ne 11:26, where it is mentioned between Beth-palet and Beer-sheba), afterwards included in the territory of Simeon (Jos 19:3; 1Ch 4:28, where it is mentioned between Moladah and Balah); hence probably midway between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean. SEE HAZERIM. Van de Velde, on his Map, conjectures the site to be that of the ruins Samweh, which he locates nearly half way between Beer-sheba and Moladah. But SEE SHEMA.

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