Kartan


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Kartan

(kär`tăn), the same as KirjathaimKirjathaim
, in the Bible. 1 Town, N ancient Palestine. An alternate form is Kartan. 2 See Kiriathaim.
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1981 The Great Kartan Mystery, Terra Australis 6, Australian National University, Canberra.
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