Sibmah and Sebam
SIBMAH and SEBAM SIBMAH sĭb’ mə and SEBAM sĕ bäm (־שִׂבְמָ֑ה, and שְׂבָ֥ם, meaning unknown). One of the chief towns in the plains of Moab near Heshbon. A comparison between the geographic lists of
Jerome placed Sebam within 500 paces of Heshbon. Recent suggestions for the site are Khirbet Sumiye on Wady Hesban five m. WNW of Hesban (i.e. Biblical Heshbon) and Khirbet Qarn el-Qibsh c. three m. WSW of Hesban.