This non near to Salim was in Judaea, as is clearly stated in the previous verse.
Our religion comes not only from Judaea, but also from Greece.
The Jews take their name from their place of abode, which is called Judaea.
We have come from Judaea, where the Son of God has died and risen again.
"Nor from Judaea," laughed an unpatriotic tailor from Joppa.
The next is a pastoral poem which could have been written only in Judaea.
Felix, as procurator, ruled over Judaea with the power of a king.
This is another picture of a portion of the "Wilderness of Judaea."
"A little less noise in Judaea, if you please," said the auctioneer, who had now recovered from the blow.
Then after this he saith to the disciples, "Let us go into Judaea again."
After the Captivity this name was applied to the whole of the country west of the Jordan (Hag. 1:1, 14; 2:2). But under the Romans, in the time of Christ, it denoted the southernmost of the three divisions of Palestine (Matt. 2:1, 5; 3:1; 4:25), although it was also sometimes used for Palestine generally (Acts 28:21). The province of Judea, as distinguished from Galilee and Samaria, included the territories of the tribes of Judah, Benjamin, Dan, Simeon, and part of Ephraim. Under the Romans it was a part of the province of Syria, and was governed by a procurator.