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Abu Ghosh (Arabic: أبو غوش‎; Hebrew: אבו גוש‬) is an Arab-Israeli local council in Israel, located 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) west of Jerusalem on the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway. It is situated 610–720 meters above sea level. It takes its current name from the dominant clan inhabiting the town, while the older Arabic name used to be Qaryat al-'Inab ("Grape Village")

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Ghosh


Kiriath-Jearim (Hebrew: קִרְיַת-יְעָרִים‬ Qiryaṯ Yə‘ārîm; Ancient Greek: Καριαθιαριμ "city of woods", Latin: Cariathiarim) also spelled Kiriyat Yearim,[1] was a city in the Land of Israel mentioned 18 times in the Hebrew Bible.

Eusebius says that the city was located about 15 km (9.3 mi) from Jerusalem. It is now identified with Deir el-Azar (Tel Qiryat Yearim), near the town of Abu Ghosh,[3] on a hill where the Deir El-Azar Monastery currently stands, about 7 miles west of Jerusalem. [4] It is the only major biblical site in ancient Judah that has not yet been excavated, but an excavation is planned in 2017 by a team from Tel Aviv University and the Collège de France

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiriath-Jearim


Judges 18:12 "And they went up, and pitched in Kirjathjearim, in Judah: wherefore they called that place Mahanehdan unto this day: behold, it is behind Kirjathjearim."
 
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