Sea of Galilee

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

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What character traits did Galileo Galilee have?

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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 Church. Galileo was also curious. He was a true scientist and tried to understand the world through experiment and observation. Very talented. Such as the experiment he tried with the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
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Who is Dan Galilee?

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Dan Galilee is one of the many Wikianswers supervisors. More information can be found through the relevant Profile page or the private message system.
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Sea of Galilee

What languages are spoken in the Galilee?

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The most widely spoken language in the Galilee region is Hebrew.
Asked in Oceans and Seas, Sea of Galilee

Is Lake Gennesaret and the Sea of Galilee connected?

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Are there coral reefs in fresh water bodies or lakes?

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As of now there are no fresh water reef Sorry
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Where is the sea of Galilee located?

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In northern Israel, adjacent to (and east of) Tiberias, below (and southwest of) the Golan Heights. See also: More about Israel
Asked in Agriculture, Israel, History of the Middle East, Farm Crops, Sea of Galilee

What crops were grown in Galilee?

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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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What did Jesus do at the sea of Galilee?

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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
Asked in Israel, Continents, Sea of Galilee

What continent is the Sea of Galilee?

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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.
Asked in Chemistry, Israel, Galileo, Sea of Galilee

What has Galileo Galilee contributed to chemistry?

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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. Galileo has been called the "father of modern observational astronomy", the "father of modern physics," the "father of science," and "the Father of Modern Science."
Asked in Religion & Spirituality, Israel, Sea of Galilee

On the east what borders Samaria Judea and Galilee?

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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.
Asked in Dead Sea, Red Sea, Sea of Galilee

Which seas are dangerous sea?

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All the seas are potentially dangerous
Asked in Astronomy, Israel, Sea of Galilee

When did Galilee discover that the Earth revolved around the Sun?

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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 famous telescope for his observations and by studying the movement of The Earth, The Sun, The Moon,The moons of jupiter, Jupiter and Venus he concluded that the universe is heliocentered or having sun as its center. Also I must tell you that before Galileo many scientists wanted to prove that the universe is heliocentered but couldn't prove due to lack of equipments and also the catholic chuch didn't allow them to go against them and the Bible, the first person to tell the people that the universe is heliocentered was Copernicus and Galileo was a strong supporter of him. At last Galileo did prove that the universe is heliocntered but the catholic church called him and warned him to take back whatever he had said. He was forced to take back whatever he had said but he wrote a book indirectly supporting the theory of heliocetered universe, this time the church took strict action against him and he was put on house arrest due to his age.But for your Information he proved the theory in the year 1616.
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Is Galilee a country?

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it is, although many disagree. many af the main products include nuts, cheese and bread. :)
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Is Michelangelo related to Galileo Galilee?

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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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Where in Galilee did Jesus grow up?

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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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Did Galileo Galilee make the telescope?

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Yes, although primitive, it was strong enough to see some parts of the surface of the moon.
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What is The size of Sea of Galilee?

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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.
Asked in Israel, Oceans and Seas, Sea of Galilee

Is a Galilee a sea?

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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.