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(kĭn`ərĕth) or


(–rōth), in the Bible.

1 See Galilee, Sea ofGalilee, Sea of,
 Lake Tiberias
, or Lake Kinneret
, lake, 64 sq mi (166 sq km), 14 mi (23 km) long, and 3 to 7 mi (4.8–11.3 km) wide, NE Israel; its surface is c.700 ft (210 m) below sea level.
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2 Town, near the Sea of Galilee. It is also spelled Cinneroth.

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x Tell Ben-Shemen x Ben-Shean x Buseirah x x x (Jordan) Caesarea x Chinnereth.
Chinnereth, Tel: Stern 2001: 31 and 47 (administrative building with assumed Assyrian influence); Stern 2001: 37 ("Assyrian-style" pottery), but Na'aman and Thareani-Sussely 2006: 64; Fritz 1987 (lion-bowl made of Egyptian blue).