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Titular see of Palestine

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* Published by Encyclopedia Press, 1913.


Arad, a titular see of Palestine, said to be identical with the eminence of Tell' Arad on the way from Petra to Hebron (cf. Numbers, xxi, 1; Judges, i, 16). Its episcopal list is given in Lequien.


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