Talk:Mount Hor

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Arabian Hor[edit]

In Medina, Saudi Arabia, on the top of Mount Uhud, according to Encyclopædia Britannica The tomb of Aaron is located on the highest point of Mount Uḥud. Therefore it is speculated that mount Hor is Mount Uhud of Saudi Arabia.

This is obviously not the northern Mt Hor (where it was previously located in the article). Presumably, it's meant to be the Hor in Edom where Aaron was buried but it needs to be turned into English and have an actual citation instead of just writing the words Encyclopædia Britannica in the middle of a sentence fragment. — LlywelynII 16:48, 30 August 2015 (UTC)