E’zion-ga’ber, or E’zion-ge’ber (giant’s backbone), Num. 33:35; Deut. 2:8; 1 Kings 9:26; 22:48; 2 Chron. 8:17, the last station named for the encampment of the Israelites before they came to the wilderness of Zin. It probably stood at Ain el-Ghudyân, about ten miles up what is now the dry bed of the Arabah, but which was probably then the northern end of the gulf.