|Overview - Genesis 36|
|1||Esau's three wives.|
|6||His removal to mount Seir.|
|15||The dukes which descended of his sons.|
|20||The sons and dukes of Seir the Horite.|
|24||Anah finds mules.|
|31||The kings of Edom.|
|40||The dukes that descended of Esau.|
Genesis 36:33 (King James Version)
And Bela died, and Jobab the son of Zerah of Bozrah reigned in his stead.
- M. cir. 2135. B.C. cir. 1869. Bozrah.
- Bozrah, Bezer, or Bostra, was situated in Arabia Deserta, and the eastern part of Edom; and, according to Eusebius, was 24 miles from Edrei. It afterwards belonged to Moab, and was given by Moses to Reuben, but again reverted to Edom. It is now called Boszra; and is described by Burckhardt as the largest town in the Haouran, including its ruins, though only inhabited by about twelve or fifteen families. It is situated in the open plain, two hours distant from Aare, and is at present the last inhabited place in the south-east extremity of the Haouran. It is of an oval shape, it greatest length being from east to west; and its circumference three quarters of an hour.
- Isaiah 34:6 ; 63:1 Jeremiah 49:13 Jeremiah 49:22 ; Amos 1:12 ; Micah 2:12