Cabbon was named in the Bible
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 as a place in Judah near Eglon
Eglon, Canaan
Eglon was a Canaanite city, whose king Debir joined a confederacy against Gibeon when that city made peace with Israel. The five kings involved were slain and Eglon was later conquered and its inhabitants condemned to destruction. It was thereafter included in the territory of the Tribe of Judah....

. It has been identified with the modern el-Kubeibeh.
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