Ramath-mizpeh is conjecturally located by Tristram (Bible Places, page 226), at Tibneh, a little west of Jebel Ajlun, the northerly crest of Gilead. "It is the most conspicuous site in the district, a fine natural fortress on an isolated round mamelon-shaped hill, rising above the wide plateau, and commanding a magnificent view of western Palestine." Merrill argues at length (East of the Jordan, page 365 sq.) for its identity with Kulat er-Rubad, a few miles south of the Ramah of above spot.

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