Beth-baal-meon

Beth-baal-meon (bĕth-bāˈəl-mēˈən) [key], town of Moab, E of the Jordan, now called Main (Jordan), 12 mi (19 km) SW of Hisban. It also appears as Baal-meon and Beth-meon. Beon in the Book of Numbers, an otherwise unidentified place, is probably the same. Beth-baal-meon is mentioned on the Moabite stone.

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