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Zuzim may refer to. [1]

2 relations: Zuz (Jewish coin), Zuzim (biblical people).

Zuz (Jewish coin)

A Zuz (Hebrew-זוז; plural zuzzim Hebrew-זוזים) was an ancient Jewish silver coin struck during the Bar Kochba revolt, as well as a Jewish name for the various types of non-Jewish small silver coinage, used before and after the period of the revolt.

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Zuzim (biblical people)

According to the Hebrew Bible, the Zuzim or Zuzites (meaning "restless" or "roaming") were a tribe who lived in Ham, a land east of the Jordan River between Bashan and Moab.

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Redirects here:

ZuZim, Zuzim (disambiguation), Zuzims.

References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zuzim

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