The Israelites moved on and camped at Oboth.
Then they set out from Oboth and camped in Iye Abarim, in the wilderness that faces Moab toward the sunrise.
From there they moved on and camped in the Zered Valley.
They set out from there and camped alongside the Arnon, which is in the wilderness extending into Amorite territory. The Arnon is the border of Moab, between Moab and the Amorites.
That is why the Book of the Wars of the LORD says: “. . . Zahab in Suphah and the ravines, the Arnon
and the slopes of the ravines that lead to the settlement of Ar and lie along the border of Moab.”
From there they continued on to Beer, the well where the LORD said to Moses, “Gather the people together and I will give them water.”
Then Israel sang this song: “Spring up, O well! Sing about it,
about the well that the princes dug, that the nobles of the people sank— the nobles with scepters and staffs.” Then they went from the wilderness to Mattanah,
from Mattanah to Nahaliel, from Nahaliel to Bamoth,
and from Bamoth to the valley in Moab where the top of Pisgah overlooks the wasteland.