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OccurrencesJoshua 15:26 Amam, Shema, Moladah,
Joshua 19:2 They had for their inheritance Beersheba (or Sheba), Moladah,
1 Chronicles 4:28 They lived at Beersheba, and Moladah, and Hazarshual,
Nehemiah 11:26 and in Jeshua, and in Moladah, and Beth Pelet,
mol'-a-da, mo-la'-da (moladhah; Molada): A place in the far south (Negebh) of Judah, toward Edom (Joshua 15:26), reckoned to Simeon (Joshua 19:2 1 Chronicles 4:28). It was repopulated after the captivity (Nehemiah 11:26). It is mentioned always in close proximity to Beersheba. Moladah is probably identical with Malatha, a city in Idumea to which Agrippa at one time withdrew himself (Josephus, Ant, XVIII, vi, 2). The site of this latter city has by Robinson and others been considered to be the ruins and wells of Tell el-Milch, some 13 miles to the East of Beersheba and some 7 miles Southwest of Arad. The chief difficulty is the statement of Eusebius and Jerome that Malatha was "by Jattir," i.e. `Attir; if this is correct the Tell el-Milch is impossible, as it is 10 miles from `Attir, and we have no light at all on the site. See SALT, CITY OF. For Tell el-Milch see PEF, III, 415-16, Sh XXV.
MOL'ADAH, now tell el Mil'h, 1210 ft. above the Mediterranean, only ruins of a fortified town, 2 wells, one with water at the depth of 40 ft.; 13 ms. e. of Beersheba, 40 ms. s.s.w. from Jerusalem.
Strong's HebrewH4137: Moladah
a city in Simeon