Makheloth

MAKHELOTH (măk-hē'lŏth, Heb. maqhēlōth). A station where Israel encamped in the wilderness (Num.33.25-Num.33.26).


MAKHELOTH măk hē’ lŏth (מַקְהֵלֹֽת, assemblies). A stopping place of the Israelites during their forty years of wilderness wanderings; between Haradah and Tahath (Num 33:25, 26). The location is unknown.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

mak-he’-loth, mak-he’-loth (maqheloth, "assemblies"): A desert camp of the Israelites between Haradah and Tahath (Nu 33:25,26).

See Wanderings of Israel.