Kehelathah

KEHELATHAH (kē'hē-lā'tha, Heb. kehēlāthāh, gathering). A station in the wilderness of Paran where Israel camped (Num.33.22-Num.33.23).


KEHELATHAH ke ə lā’ thə (קְהֵלָֽתָה, assembly). A stopping place of the Israelites between Rissah and Mt. Shepher on their wilderness journey (Num 33:22, 23). The site is unknown.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

ke-he-la’-tha, ke-hel’-a-tha (qehlathah, "gathering," "assembly"): A desert camp of the Israelites between Rissah and Mt. Shepher (Nu 33:22,23). Situation is unknown.

See Wanderings of Israel.