Duke Kenaz, Duke Teman, Duke Mibzar.
] There was a Kenaz the son of Eliphaz, and so a Teman a son of his, who were both dukes; but these seem to be different from them, though the latter might be duke of the place called Teman from him: which, in Jerom's time F20, was a village five miles distant from Petra, and where was a Roman garrison, and so Mabsar in his times F21, was a large village in the country of Gabalena (a part of Idumea), and called Mabsara, and belonged to the city Petra.
F20 De loc. Heb. 3. fol. 95. B.