(From International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)
zi'-or (tsi'or; Sorth, or Sior): A town in the hill country of Judah (Joshua 15:54); probably Si'air, 4 1/2 miles North-Northeast of Hebron where the Mukam 'Aisa (Tomb of Esau) is now shown. It is a considerable village surrounded by cultivated land; a spring exists in the neighborhood; there are rock-cut tombs showing it is an ancient site (PEF, III, 309, Sh XXI).
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