DOPHKAH (dŏf'ka). A station of the Israelites, between the Red Sea and Sinai (
DOPHKAH dŏf’ kə (דָּפְקָֽה, LXX ̔Ραφακα). A place where the children of Israel encamped on their journey from the Red Sea to Sinai (
J. Simons, Geographical and Topographical Texts of the OT (1959), 252; G. Wright, Biblical Archaeology (rev. 1962), 64.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
A desert camp of the Israelites, the first after leaving the wilderness of Sin (