KESALON (kěs'a-lŏn). A place identified (Josh.15.10) with [[Mount Jearim]]. It lay on the northern border of Judah, west of Jerusalem, NE of [[Beth Shemesh]]. It was on the site of modern Kesla.

CHESALON kĕs’ ə lŏn (כְּסָלֹ֑ון). A town on the northern boundary of the tribe of Judah (Josh 15:10). It is given in the text as another name for the “shoulder of Mt. Jearim.” The modern site is known as Kesla about ten m. W of Jerusalem.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

One of the cities on the Northern boundary of Judah (Jos 15:10). In the 4th century it was a "very large village." It is now Kesla, 2,087 ft. above sea-level, a small village perched on a mountain ridge to the South of Wady el Humar. See [[Palestine Exploration]] Fund, III, 25, 26; Sh XVII.