|Easton's Bible Dictionary|
Heights of Baal, a place on the river Arnon, or in the plains through which it flows, east of Jordan (Joshua 13:17; Comp. Numbers 21:28). It has been supposed to be the same place as Bamoth.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ba'-moth, ba'-moth-ba'-al (bamoth-ba'al, "high places of Baal"): Bamoth is referred to in Numbers 21:19, 20, as a station in the journeyings of Israel North of the Arnon. It is probably the same place as the Bamoth-baal of Numbers 22:41 (Revised Version margin), whither Balak, king of Moab, conducted Balaam to view and to curse Israel. Bamoth-baal is named in Joshua 13:17 as one of the cities given to Reuben. Mesha, on the Moabite Stone, speaks of having "rebuilt" Beth-bamoth.
Bamoth-baal (2 Occurrences)
Numbers 22:41 And it came to pass in the morning, that Balak took Balaam, and brought him up into the high places of Baal; and he saw from thence the utmost part of the people. (See JPS)
Joshua 13:17 Heshbon, and all its cities that are in the plain; Dibon, and Bamoth-baal, and Beth-baal-meon, (ASV BBE DBY JPS WBS YLT NAS)