Matthew 21:17

Overview - Matthew 21
Christ rides into Jerusalem upon an ass;
12 drives the buyers and sellers out of the temple;
17 curses the fig-tree;
23 puts to silence the priests and elders,
28 and rebukes them by the similitude of the two sons,
33 and the husbandmen who slew such as were sent to them.
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Matthew 21:17  (King James Version)
And he left them, and went out of the city into Bethany; and he lodged there.

he left
16:4 Jeremiah 6:8 ; Hosea 9:12 ; Mark 3:7 ; Luke 8:37 Luke 8:38

Bethany was a village to the east of the mount of Olives, on the road to Jericho; fifteen stadia, (Joh. 11:18 ) or nearly two miles, as Jerome states, from Jerusalem. This village is now small and poor, and the cultivation of the soil around it is much neglected; but it is a pleasant, romantic spot, shaded by the mount of Olives, and abounding in vines and long grass. It consists of from thirty to forty dwellings inhabited by about 600 ; Mohammedans, for whose use there is a neat little mosque standing on an eminence. Here they shew the ruins of a sort of castle as the house of Lazarus, and a grotto as his tomb; and the house of Simon the leper, of Mary Magdalene and of Martha, and the identical tree which our Lord cursed, are among the monkish curiosities of the place.
Mark 11:11 Mark 11:19 ; Luke 10:38 ; John 11:1 John 11:18 ; 12:1-3