ALMON DIBLATHAIM (ăl'mŏn dĭb-la-thā'ĭm, Heb. ‘almōn divlāthayim, Almon of two cakes of figs). One of the last stops of the Israelites on their journey from Egypt to the Jordan. Lying between Dibon-Gad and the mountains of Abarim (
ALMON-DIBLATHAIM ăl’ mən dĭb’ lə thā əm (עַלְמֹ֣ן דִּבְלָתָ֑יְמָה, Almon of the double cake of figs). A stopping place in the wilderness journeys of the Israelites (
E. G. Kraeling, Rand McNally Bible Atlas (1956), 124.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
A station in the wilderness journeyings of the Israelites, located in Moab between Diban-gad and the mountains of Abarim (