The meaning of Adasa in the Bible
(From International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)
ad'-a-sa (Adasa; the King James Version Adarsa): A town less than four miles from Beth-horon (30 furlongs Ant, XII, x, 5; 1 Macc 7:40) and a day's journey from Gazara (1 Macc 7:45), where Judas Maccabee defeated and killed Nicanor, a general of Demetrius (1 Macc 7:40 ff.). The ruin of Adaseh near Gibeon (SWP, III, XVII).
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