Ramoth-Gilead, (Hebrew: רָמֹת גִּלְעָד; Douay-Rheims: Ramoth Galaad; meaning "Heights of Gilead"), is a city of refuge east of the Jordan river; called "Ramoth in Gilead" (Deuteronomy 4:43; Joshua 20:8; 21:38). It was in the tribal territorial allotment of the tribe of Gad.
In this city, Jehu, the son of Jehoshaphat, was anointed by one of the sons of the prophets (9:1, 4).
Other possible locations include:
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