Kinneret: A Biblical City on the Sea of Galilee

Fritz, Volkmar
July 1987
Archaeology;Jul/Aug87, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p42
Describes several archaeological expeditions in the extinct city of Kinneret. History and culture; Archaeological discoveries; Origins of the name of the city; Details about archaeological expeditions in the site; Indications about history and archaeology.


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