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Hor Haggidgad

HOR HAGGIDGAD (hôr'hă-gĭd'găd, hollow or cavern of Gilgad). An Israelite camp in the wilderness, between Bene Jaakan and Jotbathah (Num.33.32-Num.33.33), called Gudgodah in Deut.10.7. See also Gudgodah.

HOR-HAGGIDGAD hôr’ hə gĭd’ găd (הַגִּדְגָּ֑ד). A station of the Israelites in the wilderness (Num 33:31-33; KJV HOR-HAGIDGAD); perhaps the same as Gudgodah (Deut 10:7). It may be identified with Wadi Ghadaghed.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

A desert camp of the Israelites between Beeroth Bene-jaakan and Jotbathah (Nu 33:32 f). In De 10:7 it is called Gudgodah.

See Wanderings of Israel.