Holon of Judah

Holon Of Judah For this place Lieut. Conder conjecturally proposes. (Tent Work, 2:337) Beit 'Alam, a large ruin nine and a half miles west of Halhul, containing "foundations, caves, cistern, with heaps of stones and remains of an ancient road" (Memoirs of Ordnance Survey, 3:321); and Trelawney Saunders (O.T. Map) locates it at Khurbet Hanan, two miles south-west of Hebron. The latter position is possible, but the former is not within the required group of towns.

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