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Hor

Hor, in the Bible, unlocated mountain, on the boundary of Edom, the place of Aaron's death. It was traditionally identified with Jabal Harun, a mountain in SW Jordan, but it does not correspond with the biblical description.

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Hor-hagidgad

Hor-hagidgad (hôr-həgĬd´găd), in the Bible, wilderness camp of the Israelites. The camping place called Gudgodah may have been the same.

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