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Sea of Galilee

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The Sea of Galilee is a freshwater lake in Israel that was, according to the New Testament, a place often visited by Jesus Christ. To Israelis it is called Lake Kinneret
As many stars are there in the sky.
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there are exactly 143 fish in the sea
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Yes they do live in the sea
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The Sea of Galilee is approximately 33 miles in circumference, about 13 miles long, and eight miles wide.   A large-scale map shows the Sea of Galilee (also known as Lake Tiberias) as being an irregularly shaped, fresh-water lake, approximately 12km at its widest, and roughly 21 km (~ 13 mile…
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The average driving distance is 100 miles, depending on where in Galilee you start from.
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The sea of Galilee isn't a continent... it's a sea. assuming you mean "What continent is The Sea of Galilee on," the answer would be Asia.
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If the surface of the Sea of Galilee were at sea level, then its upper 696 feet (212 meters) would have no solid shore to maintain its shape, and it would pour out over the surrounding countryside (which is also below sea level). Since its maximum depth is only 143 feet (41 meters) to begin with, su…
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He was at the sea of galilee many times which time are you asking about?any to inprove about my learining
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It is the river Jordan.
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I did it in three days, following the rocky shoreline. It is hard slow walking.
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corn,quava,mangoes,grapes,peppers,zuchinii,wheat,tomatoes,cucumbers,bananas,dates,melons,kiwi,avacado,pears,cheriies,citrus,apples,sorghum
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The water density depends on the temperature of the lake water already in the Sea of Galilee, also called Lake Kinneret, and the temperature of the river water coming from the Jordan River. Lake KinneretÕs water density averages around 0.99991 kilograms per Liter.
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The answer is simple. Galileo didn't finish college because he already had all o the knowledge that was required at the time.
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Jesus performed most all His miracles in the area of Roman occupied Palestine called Galilee, which is west of the Sea of Galilee. Miracles such as the turning of the water into wine, health to the sick, giving sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, speech to voiceless, life to the dead. He also d…
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The Sea of Galilee is in Northern Israel. It is really just a large lake. It is known by some other names like Kinneret, Lake of Gennesaret and Lake Tiberias.
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According to the Bible, Jesus was born in Bethlehem (e.g. Matthew 2:1), which is in Judaea and grew up in Nazareth, in the lower Galilee (e.g. Matthew 2:23).
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Galileo did have a brother by the same name but spelled differently. Michelangelo Galileo was born in 1575.
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The distance from the Dead Sea to the Sea of Galilee is 104 miles or 167 kilometers. The Sea of Galilee is Israel's largest freshwater lake.
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he was black
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it is, although many disagree. many af the main products include nuts, cheese and bread.:)
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Jerusalem is 76. miles from the Galilee Sea. The Galilee Sea is the largest lake in Israel and is about 13 miles long.
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In Israel
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Lake of Gennesareth and Sea of Tiberias
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twq miles
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Yes Galileo Galilee did discover Jupiter he also dicovered many other planets and moons. Second Answer No. Jupiter is conspicuously visible to the naked eye, and has been known of since before the beginnings of recorded history. Things that Galileo discovered include the four largest moons of Jupit…
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Scholars say that in the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke), the entire mission of Jesus appears to have lasted less than one year. In John's Gospel, the mission of Jesus was three years long.
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The fishermen were James and John, the sons of Zebedee, also known as the 'sons of thunder'.
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The sea of Galilee is within northeast Israel. There are no other countries that border this sea.The sea of Galilee is within northeast Israel. There are no other countries that border this sea.The sea of Galilee is within northeast Israel. There are no other countries that border this sea.The sea o…
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Galileo was stubborn,curious, and a true scientist. His stubborness led him to trouble with the church. Once he told the church about his Copernicus theory (the theory the earth revolved around the Sun) people called him absurd. Yet he still argued with the ideas beyond beliefs of the Roman Catholic…
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yes
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you cant find galilee. you can catch snorunt from the shoal cave and evolve it into galilee at leval 42
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Galileo Galilei (15 February 1564 - 8 January 1642) was a Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher who played a major role in the Scientific Revolution. His achievements include improvements to the telescope and consequent astronomical observations, and support for Copernicanism…
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Could you refraise the question please it dosent make sense
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Hi there you ad a very interesting question and I was very surprised as I had to search a lot for your questiion but at last found it - Galileo actually didn't find that the earth and other planets are revolving around the sun he just proved this thought by his observations research. He used his fa…
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Samaria, land of the Samarians or Samaritans.
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hot and humid.
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Hi I have to do a brochure about Galilee in Jesus time and would like to know what was the weather like back then? could you please send me an answer soon because it is due in 3 days time. Thank you
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212 meters (696 feet) below sea level.
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it is located south of Galilee. just under it
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http://inventors.about.com/od/gstartinventors/a/Galileo_Galilei.htm
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It is roughly 65 miles / 105 kilometers in straight-line distance.
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The Sea of Galilee has fresh water, fed by the River Jordan. The salt content is beginning to increase from salt water springs in the bed of the lake because too much fresh water is being extracted, but it remains a fresh water lake at present
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Well in gospel i believe it means the promise land or something there was a song in our choir and the words were "I promised the lord that i would hold out, hold out , hold out, i promised the lord that i would hold out until he meets me in galilee"
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Syria has both the dead sea and the sea of galilee in its boundaries.from:16_afountain @ h-f intermediate, fannett, texas, united states, 77705
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The Eastern borders of Samaria, Judea and Galilee are bodies of water....the Sea of Galilee, Jordan River, and the Dead Sea. The areas east of that were Decapolis, Perea and Arabia.
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Tiberias is on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee.
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Tiberias (Hebrew: Teverya) on the westcoast. Also Kibbutz Ein Gev is a nice place on the eastcoast, and historical Capernaum in the north.
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It was a theory that was in strong relation to what we now call the theory of gravity.
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Like many other bodies of water in recent years, extractions from the Sea of Galilee for use by human populations, together with reduced inflows have indeed produced significant volume reduction.
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At its widest point around eight miles, (13 kms).
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Of the four cities on that list, Beirut is.
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The Sea of Galilee is fresh water, fed by the River Jordan. The salinity is beginning to increase from salt water springs in the bed of the lake because too much fresh water is being extracted, but it remains a fresh water lake at present.
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It provides Israel with half its fresh water.
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As of now there are no fresh water reef Sorry
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Sardines are sea water fish and would not have been found in the Sea of Galilee, which is an inland (fresh water) lake. There are, however, plenty of edible fish in the Galilee.
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The Sea of Galilee(Lake Kinneret) lies in the Northern District of Israel. It is fed by the Jorden river and several underground springs. Lake Kinneret is about 33 miles long and 8 miles wide. It does not have storms any more than average lakes. However, since it sits in a valley, the lake can be pr…
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Just like with any government, it costs money to operate a government. To maintain, feed, and pay an army, police, government officials. All of the functions of government cost money. This cost is spread over those who enjoy the services provided by the government.
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GALILEE IS A SEA. its called THE SEA OF GALILEE. the Sea of Galilee lies in Canaan by the Jordan River. the Jordan River is connected to the Sea of Galilee and the Red Sea.
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It's a region in the Land of Israel.
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it was mostly
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No, he found Jupiter's 4 largest satellites though.
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It is in Judea, which is now called the West Bank, which is in the Occupied Territories of Palestine
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The Sea of Galilee, also known as the Lake of Gennesaret, Lake Kinneret, Sea of Tiberias or Tiberias Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Israel, and it is approximately 53 km (33 miles) in circumference, about 21 km (13 miles) long, and 13 km (8 miles) wide.
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All around galilee ofcoarse there was a lot of sheep
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Brenda's Moreno river
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It is a desert area dusty and windy, with cold nights.
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Galilee is Hebrew in origin meaning "wheel,circle,cylinder".
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Lake Tiberius. Also called lake "Kinneret", locally.
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compass, thermometer. telescope, and the compound microscope :)(hope it helps)
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Galileo scientific attitude is observe how the planet revolves and also he make the different kind telescope in the world so that we now understand how the galilio galie make them the telescope and now we use them in our work.
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The earliest ones I know of were baptized in the Jordan River, but if you are speaking of current pilgrims (which you appear to be, as you're using present tense) I don't know the most popular place, but I do know ofter people travel the the location of the River as a religious experience.
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Twenty miles
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its more of a creek that leads to the main tributary called the Jordan river
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If you refer to the Red Sea incident in Exodus, then no.
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To get from Jerusalem to Kibbutz Afikim, you need to take either route no. 961 or no. 966. Both lines take about two and a half hours to get to Afikim. The 961 runs daily in 14:15 and 15:15. The 966 runs daily in 08:15 and 17:15. Friday times are different. Please see the Egged web page in the r…
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The Sea of Galilee is also known as Kinneret, Lake of Gennesaret and Lake Tiberias. The name, Sea of Galilee, is purely of Christian origin and probably originated in Mark's Gospel. On one view, the author of Mark wanted to portray the relatively tiny lake as a sea, in order to match the image of g…
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500 square miles
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i'm looking for the answer how i'm suppose to answer
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The continent for I'bellin, Israel is Asia. It is important to note that the city of I'bellin is within the borders of 1949 Israel, not within the borders of any proposed Palestinian State, even though it is a primarily Israeli Arab city.
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Eugene Delacroix is known for ROMANTIC works. He was considered to be the best French romantic painter.
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Yes, Galilee was an area in the Roman province of Judea.
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65324 Kilometers
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Sandy, hot? another guess
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Galilee is in Israel.
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Lake Kineret (the Sea of Galilee) is Israel's largest freshwater lake. At 209 meters (686 feet) below sea level, it's the world's lowest freshwater lake.
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I couldn't find a proper answer for this one, but i found at leats something that can help, from wikipedia. The Black Sea got its name from the Ottoman Turks. 'Kara (Black)' denotes 'North' in Medieval Turkish, as in Kara Denizi- Kara Sea north of Siberian Yakut Turks, similar to Black Sea. In Turk…
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the province between galilee and judea is samaria
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