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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.
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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
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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.