Origin of galilee
Words nearby galilee
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Origin of Galilee
How to use galilee in a sentence
“My father told me we have a house in Nahf,” he said, referring to a town in the Upper Galilee, west of the Green Line.
He began to fortify a number of cities in Upper and Lower Galilee; and stored them with provisions.History of the Jews, Vol. II (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
The Old Galilee is a room perhaps 55 feet by 75, divided by columns and arches into five sections.The Cathedral Towns and Intervening Places of England, Ireland and Scotland:|Thomas W. Silloway
The Carmel example was the only one added to the list, and was much less perfect than some examples in Upper Galilee.
From the mountains of Upper Galilee you look down to the narrow shore-line of the coast of Phnicia.
There is one example on Gilboa, and five or six in Upper Galilee, one of which is called the stone of blood.