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In Jeremiah it is used to point to the distant E, in parallel with Chittim for the distant W. Biblical information on their locality and history is extremely scant, but many details about these are known from other sources, in particular from inscriptions of Assyrian kings.The grave situation resulting from the pressure of the nomads compelled the king of Assyria to launch an extensive campaign against them mostly in the desert and under difficult conditions (Ashurbanipal's ninth campaign). combined with that in the Babylonian Chronicle ( units of Nebuchadnezzar's army raided the encampments of the Kedarites in the western region of the Syrian desert.“Convergences of Oriental Christian, Muslim and Frankish Worshippers: The Case of Saydnaya and the Knights Templar,” in , ed Massimo Oldoni, 3 vols (Salerno, 2005), 1: 255-77.(with Daniella Talmon-Heller) "Did Muslim Survivors of the 1099 Massacre of Jerusalem Settle in Damascus?onward in the desert tracts surrounding Palestine (see *Ishmaelites ). Following the defeat of Uateʾ the leadership of the Kedarites passed to Abiateʾ the son of Teʾri, who in 652 sent soldiers to Babylon to help Shamash-shum-ukin king of Babylonia in his war against his brother Ashurbanipal.