Bozrah

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Bozrah

(bŏz`rə), in the Bible. 1 Important city of Edom, probably the modern Busayra (Jordan), SE of the Dead Sea. The prophets often linked the name Bozrah with that of Edom. 2 City of Moab, perhaps identical with Bezer.
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The Date of the Sedentary Occupation in Edom: Evidence from Umm el-Biyara, Tawilan and Buseira. In Early Edom and Moab: The Beginning of the Iron Age in Southern Jordan, ed.
A unique and somewhat different situation is that in the Cupressus sempervirens reserve between Dana and Buseira. Its substratum is soft sandstones on a gentle, northwest-facing slope where the escarpment is not as steep as it is in Wadi Dana.