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Hadad Rimmon

HADAD RIMMON (hā'dăd rĭm'ŏn, Hadad and Rimmon, [two Syrian divinities]). A place in the Valley of Megiddo where Josiah, the last good king of Judah, was fatally wounded (2Kgs.23.29-2Kgs.23.30), and where later there was a memorable mourning for him as recorded in Zech.12.11. It is now called Rummaneh, i.e., “place of pomegranates.”