* all the country.
* the brook.
The brook Kidron, which is but a few paces broad, runs along
the valley of Jehoshaphat, east of Jerusalem, to the
south-west corner of the city, and then, turning to the
south-east, empties itself into the Dead Sea. Like the
Ilissus, it is dry at least nine months in the year, being
only furnished with water in the winter, and after heavy
rains: its bed is narrow and deep, which indicates that it
must formerly have been the channel for waters which have
found some other, and probably subterraneous course.
1Ki 2:37 Joh 18:1
* Cedron. the wilderness.
16:2 Mt 3:1,3 Lu 1:80