Al'mon-diblatha''im (Hebrew Almon'-Diblatha-yim, found only with ה- local and in pause, דִּבלָת ימָה עִלמוֹן, [to the] covering of the two fig-cakes; Sept. Γελμὼν Δεβλαθαίμ, Vulg. Helmondeblathaim), the fifty-first station of the Israelites, SEE EXODE between Dibongad and the well (Beer) in the wilderness east of the Dead Sea (Nu 33:46-47); probably the same elsewhere called BETH-DIBLATHAIM SEE BETH-DIBLATHAIM (Jer 48:22) and DIBLATH SEE DIBLATH (Eze 6:14). SEE DIBLATHAIM. It appears to have lain in a fertile spot not far north of Dibon-gad, perhaps on the edge of the eminence overlooking the Wady Waleh. SEE DIBON-GAD.