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 Holy, or Kadesh-Barnea, sacred desert of wandering, a place on the
 south-eastern border of Palestine, about 165 miles from Horeb. It
 lay in the "wilderness" or "desert of Zin" Ge 14:7 Nu 13:3-26
 Nu 14:29-33 20:1 27:14 on the border of Edom Nu 20:16 From this 
 place, in compliance with the desire of the people, Moses sent forth
 "twelve spies" to spy the land. After examining it in all its
 districts, the spies brought back an evil report, Joshua and Caleb
 alone giving a good report of the land Nu 13:18-31 Influenced by
 the discouraging report, the people abandoned all hope of entering
 into the Promised Land. They remained a considerable time at Kadesh.
   See HORMAH 24820
   See KORAH 25222
 Because of their unbelief, they were condemned by God to wander for
 thirty-eight years in the wilderness. They took their journey from
 Kadesh into the deserts of Paran, "by way of the Red Sea" 
 De 2:1 (One theory is that during these thirty-eight years they
 remained in and about Kadesh.) At the end of these years of
 wanderings, the tribes were a second time gathered together at Kadesh.
 During their stay here at this time Miriam died and was buried. Here
 the people murmured for want of water, as their forefathers had done
 formerly at Rephidim; and Moses, irritated by their chidings, "with
 his rod smote the rock twice," instead of "speaking to the rock before
 their eyes," as the Lord had commanded him (comp.) Nu 27:14 De 9:23
 Ps 106:32,33 Because of this act of his, in which Aaron too was
 involved, neither of them was to be permitted to set foot within the
 Promised Land Nu 20:12,24 The king of Edom would not permit them
 to pass on through his territory, and therefore they commenced an
 eastward march, and "came unto Mount Hor" Nu 20:22 This place has
 been identified with 'Ain el-Kadeis, about 12 miles
 east-south-east of Beersheba.
   See SPIES 26493

 The sacred city of the Hittites, on the left bank of the Orontes,
 about 4 miles south of the Lake of Homs. It is identified with
 the great mound Tell Neby Mendeh, some 50 to 100 feet high, and
 400 yards long. On the ruins of the temple of Karnak, in Egypt, has
 been found an inscription recording the capture of this city by
 Rameses II. 
   See PHARAOH 25923
 Here the sculptor "has chiselled in deep work on the stone, with a
 bold execution of the several parts, the procession of the warriors,
 the battle before Kadesh, the storming of the fortress, the overthrow
 of the enemy, and the camp life of the Egyptians."
   See HITTITES 24794
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