I really cannot see that it matters much but here is a reference: "The Hebrew name פלשת (Pəléšeth or P(e)léshet, translated Philistia in English) is used in the Bible to denote the coastal region inhabited by the Philistines. The Assyrian emperor Sargon II called the region Palashtu in his Annals." Wikipedia Incidentally, London comes from Londinium, a Roman name - go figure.
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