Judea is a province or region, as Samaria is a region. So it can't be from Jerusalem (city) to Samaria. The distance travelled by the Lord Jesus would be from the Jordan river in Judea to Samaria en route to Galilee. This would be considerably lesser than the distance between Jerusalem (a city which is on a height) and Samaria. He could have travelled for 5-6 hours if He had started His journey at 6 am.
Judea is area of mountains that are located closely to Jerusalem. There is approximately 6,070 miles between Judea and Samaria, Michigan.
Samaria is in the region that is referred to as the West Bank. To Israel, it is known as the Judea and Samaria Area.
AnswerSamaria, land of the Samarians or Samaritans.
Samaria was directly to the north of Judaea. Samaria was the former kingdom of Israel.
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.
A:No. Bethlehem was in the Roman province of Judea. Galilee was a different province far to the north, separated from Judea by Samaria.
Judea was a Hebrew-speaking region until about the 5th Century BCE when it shifted to Aramaic.Today, Arabic is the main language spoken in the West Bank, which was once called Judea and Samaria.
Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem( what the media call "West bank").
Galilee, New Jersey is 5,794 miles away from Jordan. It would take about 12 hours to get from Galilee to the country of Jordan.
The same it used to be 3,000 years ago: Judah and Israel. Judah is a part of Israel, and the capital of Isael- Jerusalem- is situated in Judah.
No. Judea and Galilee were separate territories separated by Samaria. In the time of Jesus, Judea was under direct Roman rule, while Galilee was ruled by King Herod Antipas. However, they were both important for the Jews, with Judea having a majority Jewish population and Galilee also a significant Jewish population.