el'-a-sa, ele-a'sa (Alasa; the King James Version Eleasa): The place where Judas pitched his camp before the battle in which he was overwhelmed and slain (1 Macc 9:5). It probably corresponds to the modern Khirbet il`asa, between the two Beth-horons.

See a list of verses on ELASAH in the Bible.

See also the McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia.

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