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The reader must remember that the name Horeb is used interchangeably with Sinai,
and while Horeb is applied as a name to the whole peninsula, Sinai is reserved as a name
for the mountain itself.
Had the Exodus covered a district that had remained thickly inhabited, the chance that
any possibility of following the itinerary after so many centuries would be practically nil.
As it happens, Sinai is a desolation, and has been for a lengthy period, and so the route
taken by Israel over 2,000 years ago is still perceptible.