In the wilderness
The wilderness of Judea, which was not a desert and uninhabited but had many cities and villages in it, those that follow:
the first of these seems to be in the borders of Judah and Benjamin, and so is ascribed to both; see ( Joshua 15:6 ) ( 18:22 ) ;
Middin, and Secacah;
of the two last we read nowhere else, only in ( Judges 5:10 ) ; what we translate "ye that sit in judgment", Kimchi interprets, "ye that dwell by Middin", and says it is the name of a place in Joshua, and mentions this passage.