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Zaretan

Zaretan (zâr´ētăn), Zartanan (–tăn´–), or Zarthan (zär´thăn), in the Bible, unlocated place in the valley of the Jordan, associated with the crossing of the Jews. Variants, all probably referring to the same place, are Zartanah, Zereda, Zeredathah, and Zererath.

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Zartanah

Zartanah (zärtän´ə), Zereda (zĕr´ēdə, zērē´–), Zeredathah (zērĕd´əthə) and Zererath (zĕr´ērăth, zērē´–), variant forms of Zaretan.

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