Over these the trail extended, and they were compelled either to encamp on the spot, go back, or cross over the mountains.
It was nearly sundown, and I concluded that they intended to encamp for the night.
The Shammar Bedouins encamp on the banks of this part of the Khabour during the hot months.
Hannibal ordered them to encamp where they were, until he could consider what to do.
But when, in the course of a couple of hours, they reached the dry country, they at once proceeded to encamp.
Then she gave orders to encamp where they stood, and retired in silence to her tent.
That night they had to encamp on the open prairie, near a scanty pool of water, and without any wood to make a fire.
Failing to reach it that night, however, they were compelled to encamp in the woods.
We were obliged to go on some time after dark, not being able to find a spot large enough to encamp on.
When night came on, I did not consider it safe to encamp near the Tibetans.
An encampment was the resting-place for a longer or shorter period of an army or company of travellers (Ex. 13:20; 14:19; Josh. 10:5; 11:5). The manner in which the Israelites encamped during their march through the wilderness is described in Num. 2 and 3. The order of the encampment (see CAMP ØT0000700) was preserved in the march (Num. 2:17), the signal for which was the blast of two silver trumpets. Detailed regulations affecting the camp for sanitary purposes are given (Lev. 4:11, 12; 6:11; 8:17; 10:4, 5; 13:46; 14:3; Num. 12:14, 15; 31:19; Deut. 23:10, 12). Criminals were executed without the camp (Lev. 4:12; comp. John 19:17, 20), and there also the young bullock for a sin-offering was burnt (Lev. 24:14; comp. Heb. 13:12). In the subsequent history of Israel frequent mention is made of their encampments in the time of war (Judg. 7:18; 1 Sam. 13:2, 3, 16, 23; 17:3; 29:1; 30:9, 24). The temple was sometimes called "the camp of the Lord" (2 Chr. 31:2, R.V.; comp. Ps. 78:28). The multitudes who flocked to David are styled "a great host (i.e., "camp;" Heb. mahaneh), like the host of God" (1 Chr. 12:22).