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Jotbathah
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Jotbathah
Jotbathah (יָטְבָּתָה‎, yotbathah). A place where the Israelites camped during their wilderness journey (Num 33:33–34; Deut 10:7).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Jotbathah (Place)
JOTBATHAH (PLACE) [Heb yoṭbātâ (יָטְבָּתָה)]. The 18th encampment of the Israelites, after leaving the Wilderness of Sinai, as listed in Num 33:33–34, where it is placed between Hor-haggidgad and Abronah. In Deut 10:7 it is listed as the station after Gudgodah. The Deuteronomy passage also relates
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Jotbathah, Jotbath
Jotbathah, Jotbath. Temporary camping place of the Israelites during their wilderness wanderings, located between Hor-haggidgad and Abronah (Nm 33:33, 34). Later, following the death of Aaron, Israel journeyed from Gudgodah to this place, noted for its streams of water (Dt 10:7, kjv Jotbath). Its site
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Jotbathah
Jotbathah jotʹbe-the [Heb. yoṭbāṯâ]. A desert camp of the Israelites between Hor-haggidgad and Abronah (Nu. 33:33f.; Dt. 10:7, AV JOTBATH). It was “a land of brooks of water” (Dt. 10:7). See Wanderings of Israel.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Jotbathah
JOTBATHAH Temporary camping place of the Israelites during their wilderness wanderings, located between Hor-haggidgad and Abronah (Nm 33:33–34). Later, following the death of Aaron, Israel journeyed from Gudgodah to this place, noted for its streams of water (Dt 10:7).See also Wilderness Wanderings.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Jotbathah
JOTBATHAH. A place or district where Israel encamped twice during the wilderness wanderings. (Num 33:33–34; Deut 10:7, Jotbath). The two references represent the beginning and the close of the period of wilderness wandering. The place is usually identified with some wady or valley (Deut 10:7, ASV, “a
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Jotbathah
JOTBATHAH. A stopping-place in the Israelites’ wilderness wanderings (Nu. 33:33–34; Dt. 10:7). Described in Dt. as ‘a land of brooks of water’, it is identified with either ‘Ain Ṭābah in the Arabah N of Elath or perhaps more accurately with Ṭabeh, about 11 km S of Elath on the W shore of the Gulf
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Jotbathah
Jotbathah (Heb. yoṭḇāṯâ)A campsite during the Israelite exodus from Egypt (Num. 33:33–34), located between Hor-haggidgad and Abronah. Great difficulty accompanies the identification of all these sites, although a location in the vicinity of Wadi Ghadhaghedh is possible.Ryan Byrne
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Jotbathah
Jotbathah [jŏtˊbə thə] (Heb. yoṭbāṯâ “pleasantness” [?]). A region with many flowing brooks (Deut. 10:7; KJV “Jotbath”) where the Israelites sojourned in their wilderness wanderings (Num. 33:33–34). This area was probably located in the Arabah north of Eziongeber; some scholars identify it with
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Jotbath
Jot´bath, or Jot´bathah (goodness), Deut. 10:7; Num. 33:33, a desert station of the Israelites.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Jotbathah
JOT´BATHAH (jotʹba-tha; “goodness, pleasantness”). One of the Israelite encampments (Num. 33:33–34; Deut. 10:7; “Jotbath,” KJV).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Jotbathah
JOTBATHAH [JAHT buh thuh] — a stopping place of the Israelites in the wilderness between Hor Hagidgad and Abronah (Num. 33:33–34).
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