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Almon-Diblathaim
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Almon-Diblathaim
Almon-Diblathaim (עַלְמֹן דִּבְלָתַיִם‎, almon divlathayim). A place in Moab where the Israelites camped during their wilderness wanderings (Num 33:46–47); located east of the Dead Sea and north of the Arnon River.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Almon-Diblathaim (Place)
ALMON-DIBLATHAIM (PLACE) [Heb ʿalmōn dib-lātayim (עַלְמֹן דִּב־לָתַיִם)]. One of Israel’s wilderness wandering encampments located within the territory of Moab between Dibon-gad and the mountains of Abarim (Num 33:46, 47). It has been equated by some with Beth-diblathaim (mentioned in Jer 48:22 and
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Almon-diblathaim
Almon-diblathaim. Area in Moab where the Israelites camped during their 40 years of wandering (Nm 33:46, 47). Some identify it with Beth-diblathaim (Jer 48:22).See Wilderness Wanderings.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Almon-Diblathaim
Almon-Diblathaim alʹmən dib-lə-thāʹəm [Heb. ‘almōn diḇlāṯayim]. A station in the wilderness journeyings of the Israelites, located in Moab between Dibon-gad and the mountains of Abarim (Nu. 33:46f). It was near the end of the forty years’ wanderings. The site is not certain. It was probably the
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Almon-Diblathaim
ALMON-DIBLATHAIM Area in Moab where the Israelites camped during their 40 years of wandering (Nm 33:46–47). Some identify it with Beth-diblathaim (Jer 48:22).See also Wilderness Wanderings.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Almon-Diblathaim
ALMON-DIBLATHAIM. A stopping place in the journeyings of Israel after Dibon-gad and before the mountains of Abarim (Num 33:46–47). Probably the same as Beth-diblathaim (q.v., Jer 48:22).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Almon-Diblathaim
Almon-Diblathaim (Heb. ʿalmōn diḇlāṯayim)One of Israel’s encampments during the wilderness wanderings (Num. 33:46, 47). It is also mentioned on the stela of King Mesha of Moab (line 30), who revolted against Israelite rule in the 9th century b.c.e. The site was evidently still in Moabite hands in
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Almon-Diblathaim
Almon-Diblathaim [ălˊmən dĭbˊlə thāˊam] (Heb. ˒almōn diḇlāṯayim). A place of encampment during Israel’s wilderness wanderings (Num. 33:46), between Dibon-gad and the mountains of Abarim; it is probably identical with the Beth-diblathaim of Jer. 48:22. The name appears on the Moabite Stone in
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Almon-Diblathaim
ALMON-DIBLATHAIM A place that served as a campsite for the Israelites during their wanderings in the wilderness (Num 33:46, 47). The precise location is unknown.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Almon-diblathaim
Al´mon-diblatha´im (concealing the two cakes), one of the latest stations of the Israelites, between Dibon-gad and the mountains of Abarim. Num. 33:46, 47. It is probably identical with Beth-diblathaim.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Almon-Diblathaim
AL´MON-DIBLATHA´IM (alʹmon-dib-lā-thaʹim). The fifty-first station of the Israelites in the wilderness E of the Dead Sea (Num. 33:46–47). Perhaps the same with Beth-diblathaim (Jer. 48:22) and Diblah (Ezek 6:14). Identified with Deleilat el-Gharbiyeh, a town commanding three roads, 2½ miles NE of Libb.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Diblathaim
Diblathaimtwo cakes, a city of Moab, on the east of the Dead Sea (Num. 33:46; Jer. 48:22).
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