Mar de Galilea,
Ensenada del Sembrador,
el Monte de las Bienaventuranzas, y Tabgha.
- the town of Jesus (Franciscan Cyberspot) Very extensive
site by the Franciscans, featuring an interactive aerial photograph.
in Their Sandals) Gives easy-to-read information on the
location, biblical significance, etc. Features links to
photographs and on-line scripture references.
(BIBARCH) Features many informative links within the text to
resources such as: scripture references, the site's bibliography (some
sources cited are available on the web), and a "words and
phrases glossary." Also offers a "Scripture
Summary" and "Chronological Summary."
(Crystalinks) - Limited, but map shows Capernaum's location.
(Second Temple Synagogues, by Donald D. Binder) Features good
pictures and text, focusing on the synagogue.
Synagogue at Capernaum (Jewish Virtual Library) Gives an
interesting and detailed history of the synagogue, including links to
descriptions of related terms.
Travel Study Programs, Ltd.) Limited text, but site features
several good pictures with excellent identifying captions.
from Capernaum, 1997 (Jesus Walk) Part of "Disciple
Lessons from Luke's Gospel."
His Own) A brief, encyclopedia-type article with multiple
links to related words and topics for further study.
synagogues in Bar'am and Capernaum (The Jewish Magazine)
Offers an interesting look at early synagogues in general; looks
specifically at two Galilean synagogues.