ZEREDAH, ZEREDA (zĕr-ē'da, Heb. tserēdhah). The birthplace of Jeroboam of Ephraim (1Kgs.11.26). Metalwork for the temple was cast there. It was located somewhere in the Jordan Valley, but the exact site is unknown.


J. B. Pritchard, “The First excavations at Tell es-Sa’idiyeh,” BA (1965), 10-17; W. F. Albright, “The Administrative Divisions of Israel and Judah,” JPOS, V (1925), 33, 37.

See also

  • Zarethan