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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
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...
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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.
The answer is simple. Galileo didn't finish college because he  already had all o the knowledge that was required at the time.
It's a region in the Land of Israel.
No, he found Jupiter's 4 largest satellites though.
It is in Judea, which is now called the West Bank, which is in the Occupied Territories of Palestine
  How do these two scientists connect re Galileo's excommunication?
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It is a desert area dusty and windy, with cold nights.
The Sea of Galilee is in Northern Israel. It is really just a largelake. It is known by some other names like Kinneret, Lake ofGennesaret and Lake Tiberias.
Galilee is Hebrew in origin meaning "wheel,circle,cylinder".
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).
Lake Tiberius. Also called lake "Kinneret", locally.
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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.
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.
its more of a creek that leads to the main tributary called the Jordan river
Galileo did have a brother by the same name but spelled differently. Michelangelo Galileo was born in 1575.
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Yes, it is a fresh water lake in Israel.
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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Galilee is in Israel.
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.
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...
the province between galilee and judea is samaria
difference is the dead sea is very salty caused mainly by the Jordan river
116.97 kilometres(72.68 miles)
No: You can get salt water lakes.
No.The Roman emperor, Nero, was very unhappy about the burning of Rome, so he decided to blame the Christians. One of the more well-known Christians was Simon Peter, or just "Peter".Peter was put to death on Nero's orders by being crucified (A common Roman execution method) but it was more horrific...
Aramaic is spoken in Galilee.
He spoted the rings of Saturn and made observations upon planet movements along with the phases of the moon and surface of the moon
No, it isn't. No. The Galilee is the northern region of Israel. It is a very green region of the country, especially in the east, where it sits along the Sea of Galilee. Jerusalem, by contrast is in the hilly region of Judah in the south-central part of the country. It is over an hour's drive to...
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  The distance from Judea to Galilee which Jesus traveled as noted in John chapter 4 is 70 miles. This trip would have taken about 2 1/2 days.
Sea of Galilee's area is 41,019 acres.
John first recognized Jesus. (John 21:7) Therefore that disciple whom Jesus used to love said to Peter: "It is the Lord!" Hence Simon Peter, upon hearing that it was the Lord, girded about himself his top garment, for he was naked, and plunged into the sea.
He was born in 1564 and he died in 1642. If he were alive today, he would be 447 years old.
Yes, although primitive, it was strong enough to see some parts of the surface of the moon.
Galileo Galilee held a number of views about astronomy, most significantly that the sun and planets didn't revolve around the earth, that were contrary to the Church's teachings. Because of this many saw him as a heretic.
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This body of water figured prominently in Jesus' earthly ministry. A number of times the Son of God spoke from a boat to great crowds assembled on its wide, pebbly shore. (Mr 3:9; 4:1; Lu 5:1-3) On one of these occasions he caused some of his disciples to have a miraculous catch of fish and called...
This is different sea. sea of galilee is in northern israel and also called the "Kinneret". the dead sea is in south of israel beween israel and jordan and also called the salt sea, it is the deepest place on earth.
  In general use, the word "sea" is used to refer to large bodies of salt water, such as the oceans and partially landlocked waters such as the Mediterranean Sea or landlocked bodies such as the Caspian Sea. However, "sea" is also occasionally used to refer to large fresh water bodies, such as...
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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.
As far as I'm aware, it comes from a (lighthearted?) comment by Arthur C. Clarke - "How inappropriate to call this planet earth when it is quite clearly Ocean.". That observation is based on the fact that the surface of the planet is around 28% land (Or 'Earth') and 72% water. In hindsight,...
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Galilee is a region of Northern Israel. Most people who live there speak Hebrew, but there are also MANY foreign immigrants who speak a variety of languages, especially Russian and English.
The Dead Sea is nearly 5 times larger than the Sea of Galilee. The Dead Sea is nearly 5 times larger than the Sea of Galilee. The Dead Sea is nearly 5 times larger than the Sea of Galilee. The Dead Sea is nearly 5 times larger than the Sea of Galilee. The Dead Sea is nearly 5 times larger than...
The Sea of Galilee is 64.09 sq miles (166 km²).
13 days and nights unless the tides in from the sea then it's 13 days and 12 nights
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Absolutely.. the jews have built desalination plants to supply  water for their daily needs which otherwise used to come from the  tabarriya. The sea of galilee.
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No, they are not the same
Yes, each Great Lake is larger than the Sea of Galilee. The Sea of Galilee has about 40 thousand acres of water surface, while the Great Lakes range from about 4.5 million acres to about 29 million acres.
The region of Galilee is located in Israel. It is in the northern part of Israel and is a Hebrew word. The largest city in the region is Nazareth which is a place of Christian Pilgrimage.
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No. It is a freshwater lake, not really a sea.
it is, although many disagree. many af the main products include nuts, cheese and bread.:)
  it is 100 feet deep.
Galilee is not a city. It is an expansive green hilly area in what  is now northern Israel. It has some cities in it, such as Haifa and  Acre on its western edge, Karmiel and Safed in its center, Tiberias  on its eastern edge, and Kiryat Shemonah in the far north. There  are also many Israeli...
Issue With the Term "Small"   Compared to what ?    Although much bigger than my backyard, the Galilee is a small part  of a country that in its entirety is smaller than  New Jersey.    Specific Area of the Galilee   The Galilee region encompasses a few thousand square kilometers....
The area of Sea of Galilee is 166 square kilometers.
Lake of Gennesareth and Sea of Tiberias
  At the end of twenty years, during which Solomon built these two buildings--the temple of the LORD and the royal palace-- King Solomon gave twenty towns in Galilee to Hiram king of Tyre, because Hiram had supplied him with all the cedar and pine and gold he wanted. So this was payment, this...
  It is the Sargasso Sea, near Bermuda.
  == Answer ==   The same reason they occur now - they are part of the natural cycle. If you are referring to a supernatural occurrence I cannot think of a storm in on the Galilee being caused by God according to Scripture. Perhaps you're thinking of Christ's calming of the sea? God...
  No, his death sentence was commuted when he (partially) recanted his "round earth hypothesis". He was placed under permanent house arrest and died a within a short while (I think it was less than a year later but don't quote me on that).
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...
Dan Galilee is not a person, it's a place. The City of Dan was a  Israeli settlement in Galilee a few thousand years ago.    The name comes from a biblical child of Jacob. Jacob's wife Rachel  could have no children, so at her suggestion, he took her  maidservant Bilhah as wife. Bilhah had a...