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Mount Seir (Hebrew: הַר-שֵׂעִיר; Har Se'ir) formed the south-east border of Edom and Judah, it may also echo the older historical border of Egypt and Canaan. It was the mountainous region allotted to the descendants of Esau, the Edomites. Mount Seir is specifically noted as the place that Esau made his home (Genesis 36:8; Joshua 24:4). It was named for Seir, the Horite, whose sons inhabited the land (Genesis 36:20). The children of Esau battled against the Horites and destroyed them (Deuteronomy 2:12).
Mount Seir is also referenced in Ezekiel 35:10 ("A Prophecy Against Edom")
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- Mount Seir article and image at NASA site
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