Rissah

RISSAH (rĭs'a, Heb. rissâh, ruins). Israel’s sixth camp after leaving Sinai (Num.33.21). Its site is not known, but it was some 200 miles (333 km.) south of Jerusalem.


RISSAH rĭs’ ə (רִסָּֽה, dew). A stopping-place in the wilderness wanderings of the Jews (Num 33:21, 22), between Libnah and Kehelathah. It may be modern Kuntilet el-Jerafi.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

A camp of the Israelites in the wilderness wanderings between Libnah and Kehelathah (Nu 33:21 f).

See Wanderings of Israel.