(Adʹa·mi-neʹkeb) [red earth of the narrow pass].
A place in the southern part of Naphtali. (Josh. 19:33) Its site is generally identified as modern Khirbet ed-Damiyeh, about five miles (8 kilometers) SW of the Sea of Galilee and approximately midway between Tiberias and Mount Tabor. Its position commanded a pass on an old caravan route between Gilead and the Plain of Acco.