2. [Unapproachable Place]. A Levite city of refuge, one of the three on the E side of the Jordan, designated primarily for the tribe of Reuben. (De 4:41-43; Jos 20:8; 21:36; 1Ch 6:78) It is spoken of as “on the tableland” and “at Jericho to the east of the Jordan . . . in the wilderness.” Bezer is generally identified with modern Umm el-ʽAmad, located on the plateau region, 19 km (12 mi) S of Rabbah (in Ammon). It is mentioned in the Moabite Stone as being one of the cities captured and fortified by King Mesha of Moab in his revolt against Israel after the death of King Ahab in about 920 B.C.E.—2Ki 3:5.