Hadrach

HADRACH (hā'drăk, Heb. hadhrākh). A country associated with Damascus and Hamath and mentioned only in Zech.9.1. It may have been located east of Damascus.


HADRACH hăd’ răk (חַדְרָ֔כְ). A town in the NW part of Lebanon, mentioned only in Zechariah 9:1, where it is grouped with Damascus, Hamath, Tyre, and Sidon. It is prob. the same as “Hatarikka” in Assyrian inscrs.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

ha’-drak, had’-rak (chadhrakh): "The land of Hadrach" is mentioned only once in Scripture (Zec 9:1), and there it is grouped with Damascus, Hamath, Tyre and Sidon. It may be safely identified with the "Hatarikka" of the Assyrian inscriptions, against which Assur-dan III made expeditions in his 1st (772 BC), 8th and 18th years. It also appears in inscriptions of Tiglath-pileser III. They place it in the North of Lebanon.