Nachon


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Nachon

(nā`kŏn), later Perez-uzzaPerez-uzza
or Perez-uzzah
, in the Bible, threshing floor where Uzzah touched the Ark and died. It had previously been called Chidon or Nachon. Its exact location is unknown but it was probably somewhere W of Jerusalem.
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