Smith's Bible DictionaryRamathmizpeh
(high place of the watch-tower). [RAMOTH-GILEAD]
International Standard Bible EncyclopediaRAMATH-MIZPEH
ra'-math-miz'-pe (ramath ha-mitspeh; Codex Vaticanus Araboth kata ten Massepha, Codex Alexandrinus Ramoth kata ten Maspha: A place mentioned in Joshua 13:26 in a statement of the boundary of Gad, between Heshbon and Betonim. It may possibly be identical with MIZPAH, (1).
Easton's Bible Dictionary
The height of Mizpeh or of the watch-tower (Joshua 13:26
), a place mentioned as one of the limits of Gad. There were two Mizpehs on the east of the Jordan. This was the Mizpeh where Jacob and Laban made a covenant, "Mizpeh of Gilead," called also Galeed and Jegar-sahadutha. It has been identified with the modern es-Salt, where the roads from Jericho and from Shechem to Damascus unite, about 25 miles east of the Jordan and 13 south of the Jabbok.