Well, if ya can't move it, why in Dothan dontcha kick it out?
Then Joseph went after his brothers and found them at Dothan.
Here was Dothan, where Joseph went out to see his brothers, dressed in his coat of many colors.
Here he meets the man who tells him that his brothers have gone to Dothan.
"A certain man found him wandering in the field," and directed him to Dothan, about twelve miles north, where they had removed.
And the man said, "They are at Dothan; for I heard them say that they were going there."
The first scene was placed at Dothan, and was much the same as the original scene iii.
So Joseph set out on his errand and found his brothers in the pasture-lands of Dothan.
And Joseph went after his brethren, and found them in Dothan.
Dothan is well known to shepherds now as a place of resort, and must have been so in ancient times.
two wells, a famous pasture-ground where Joseph found his brethren watching their flocks. Here, at the suggestion of Judah, they sold him to the Ishmaelite merchants (Gen. 37:17). It is mentioned on monuments in B.C. 1600. It was the residence of Elisha (2 Kings 6:13), and the scene of a remarkable vision of chariots and horses of fire surrounding the mountain on which the city stood. It is identified with the modern Tell-Dothan, on the south side of the plain of Jezreel, about 12 miles north of Samaria, among the hills of Gilboa. The "two wells" are still in existence, one of which bears the name of the "pit of Joseph" (Jubb Yusuf).