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Fausset's Bible Dictionary [1]

one stage of Israel in the wilderness, "a land of torrents of waters" ( Numbers 33:33;  Deuteronomy 10:7). Now Wady Tabah , six miles S.W. of the head of the Elanitic gulf of the Red Sea, abounding in water, tamarisks, and palms. Robinson calls it wady el Adhbeh, a sandy plain descending into wady el Jerafeh; next Gudgodah or Horhagidgad.

Holman Bible Dictionary [2]

 Numbers 33:33 Deuteronomy 10:7  Deuteronomy 10:8-9  Deuteronomy 10:1 Deuteronomy 10:6-7  Deuteronomy 10:8Jotbah

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [3]

Jotbathah A station in the journeyings of the Israelites (  Numbers 33:33 f.,   Deuteronomy 10:7 ), described as ‘a land of brooks of waters.’ Its position is unknown.

Smith's Bible Dictionary [4]

Jot'bathah. (Goodness).  Deuteronomy 10:7;  Numbers 33:33. A desert station of the Israelites.

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [5]

[some Jotba'thah] (Heb. Yotba'thah, יָטְבָתָה , Goodness, I.E. Pleasantness, compare Agathopolis [the name is the same with יָטְבָה , Jotbah , with ה paragogic appended]; Sept. Ι᾿Ετεβαθά v.r. Ταιβαθά ,a etc. Auth. Vers. in  Deuteronomy 10:7, "Jotbath"), the thirty-fourth station of the Israelites during their wandering in the desert, situated between Hor-hagidgad and Ebronah ( Numbers 33:33-34), and again their forty-first station, between Gudgodah and the Red Sea ( Deuteronomy 10:7). described in the latter passage as "a land of rivers ( נִחֲלַים , Winter - Brooks ) of waters." The locality thus indicated is probably the expanded valley near the confluence of wady Jerafeh in its southern part with wady Mukutta el- Tuwarik and others (Robinson's Researches, 1, 261), especially wady el- Adbeh, which nearly approaches the Heb. name (Jour. Sac. Lit. April, 1860, p. 47-49). This is generally a region answering to the description of fertility (Bonar's Desert of Sinai, p. 295). Schwarz (Palestine, p. 213), however, thinks wady Tuba, nearer the Akabah, is meant. (See Exode).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [6]

jot´ba - tha ( יטבּתה , yoṭbāthāh ): A desert camp of the Israelites between Hor-hagidgad and Abronah (  Numbers 33:33 ,  Numbers 33:34;  Deuteronomy 10:7 ). It was "a land of brooks of water" ( Deuteronomy 10:7 ). Site is unknown. See Wanderings Of Israel .