Abronah, LXX:Ebrona (Nu 33:34) might be Bir Gber (?) across from al-Mene`ijje, modern Israeli Har Timna. Musil's Jla is Aila, ed-Dejr lies just west of Jla. The Septuaginta renders the Hebrew Massoretic text's Ai as Gai, and Iyim Abarim or Iye as Achalgai. Could perhaps the Arabic be preserving a "G" in front of Abronah/Ebrona, thus Gber (note: Ezion-geber is rendered Gezion-gaber in the LXX, and Iyim-Abarim is Gai, Gaia and Ai near Bethel is Gai in the LXX) ? (cf. Alois Musil. Karte von Arabia Petraea. 1:300,000. 1907. Special Note: Musil's jj and j is now replaced by scholars with y and i ). This map accompanies my article titled "The Route of The Exodus."