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Oboth (Hebrew: אֹבֹת) or Ovot (Orthodox Jewish Bible) is one of the places where the Israelites stopped during their Exodus journey as reported in the Book of Numbers. They camped there between Mount Hor and Ije Abarim (‘Iyei-Ha‘avarim)  when they resumed travelling after the death of Aaron.
The exact location is not known, but some scholars have concluded that it is the site known today as 'Ain el-Weibeh.
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