Cedron, Brook of
Cedron, Brook of
The name designates in Holy Writ the ravine on the east of Jerusalem, between the Holy City and the Mount of Olives

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  • Brook of Cedron —     Brook of Cedron     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Brook of Cedron     [Heb. Náhál Qidhrôn, Wâdi Qidron ; only once fields of Qidron ; John, xviii, 1, ho cheimarros ho Kedron; in R.V., Kidron]. The name designates in Holy Writ the ravine on the… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Cedron —    The black torrent, the brook flowing through the ravine below the eastern wall of Jerusalem (John 18:1). (See Kidron.) …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • Gethsemani —     Gethsemani     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Gethsemani     Gethsemani (Hebrew gat, press, and semen, oil) is the place in which Jesus Christ suffered the Agony and was taken prisoner by the Jews. Saint Mark (xiv, 32) calls it chorion, a a place… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Kidron —    = Kedron = Cedron, turbid, the winter torrent which flows through the Valley of Jehoshaphat, on the eastern side of Jerusalem, between the city and the Mount of Olives. This valley is known in Scripture only by the name the brook Kidron. David …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

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  • Ordinalia — The Ordinalia are three medieval mystery plays written in Cornish from the late fourteenth century. The three plays are Origo Mundi, (The Origin of the World), Passio Christi (The Passion of Christ) and Resurrexio Domini (The Resurrection of Our… …   Wikipedia

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  • John 18 — 1 When Jesus had spoken these words, he went forth with his disciples over the brook Cedron, where was a garden, into the which he entered, and his disciples. 2 And Judas also, which betrayed him, knew the place: for Jesus ofttimes resorted… …   The King James version of the Bible

  • KIDRON — (Heb. קִדְרוֹן), valley to the N. and E. of Jerusalem, separating the city from the Mount of Olives. The name derived from the root kdr ( dark, shady ), refers to its depth. The valley begins near the Sanhedria saddle, northwest of Jerusalem, at… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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