Where is the Yabbok crossing (mentioned in Genesis 32:23)?
It branches off the Jordan river, running eastward through Gilead, just north of Mt Nebo and to the south of the Bashan. Today it is known as the Wadi Zerqa ("Blue River"). See the maps on pages 38 and 115 of Anson Rainey and Steven Notley, The Sacred Bridge (Jerusalem: Carta, 2006), and the information in Randall W. Younker, "Jabbok" in Anchor Bible Dictionary III (New York: Doubleday, 1992), 593-594. See also Chaim Herzog and Mordechai Gichon, Battles of the Bible (Toronto: Stoddart Publishing, 1997), 69ff, for a description of Gideon's campaign against the Midianites, which followed this route - in particular, their map on p76.