To the east of Tall Nimrin (Admah) are two archaeological sites that straddle the road that descends from the highlands plateau to the Jordan Valley. The artificial lake in the foreground was created by the modern Kafrein Dam. The two small talls of Bleibel and Mustah, which can be seen to the left and right in the center of the picture, have been identified respectively with the site of Zeboim. This name means two gazelles. Tall Bleibel corresponds to Zeboim north and Tall Mustah to Zeboim south.
These two sites guard the road that descends from the highland plateau to the Jordan Valley.