Vaux Moise, also Li Vaux Moise (The Valley of Moses) is a small crusader castle close to Wadi Musa in Jordan). It was founded by Baldwin I of Jerusalem as an outpost of the larger crusader castle at Montreal.
The castle is a small spur castle on a narrow ridge with smooth sides. Its military effectiveness is due more to its remote and inaccessible location than impressive fortifications. Its most remarkable architectural feature is a gatehouse excavated from solid rock guarding the bridge to the entrance (Kennedy 2001).
French site with pictures: 
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