American Tract Society Bible Dictionary
One of the encampments of the Israelites on their way from Mount Hor to the plains of Moab; location unknown, Numbers 33:46 .
Hitchcock's Bible Names
Hidden in a cluster of fig trees
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
One of the last stages of the Israelites, between Dibon-Gad (or Dhiban, N. of the Arnon) and the Abarim range (Numbers 33:46-47); probably the same as Beth-Diblathaim of Moab (Jeremiah 48:22), which Mesha mentions in the famous Moabite stone as "built" by him and colonized with Moabites.
Holman Bible Dictionary
(al' mahn-dih luh thay' ihm) Place name meaning, “road sign of the two figs.” A stopping place near the end of the wilderness wandering near Mount Nebo (Numbers 33:46-47 ). It may be the same as Beth-Diblathaim in Jeremiah 48:22 . Location may be modern Deleilat el-Gharbiyeh which looks over three roadways.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
ALMON-DIBLATHAIM . A station in the journeyings ( Numbers 33:46-47 ), prob. identical with Beth-diblathaim ( Jeremiah 48:22 ). The meaning of Diblathaim is a double cake of figs; its application to a town may indicate the appearance of the place or neighbourhood.
- (house of fig-cakes ), a town of Moab, ( Jeremiah 48:22 ) apparently the place elsewhere called Almon-diblathaim
- It is called also Almon-diblathaim
(Numbers 33:46 ) and Diblath (Ezekiel 6:14 )
Wanderings of the Israelites
| Dibon-gad, Numbers 33:45 ,...
, Numbers 33:46 ,...
Beer, in the desert, Numbers 21:16,18