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>> It's where Christians believe Jesus walked on water, and feed thousands with five loaves and two fish. Now archeologists in Israel believe they've made a new discovery next to the Sea of Galilee. They believe it's part of the lost Roman city of Julias, which according to Christian tradition was the home of three of Jesus's apostles, Peter, Andrew, and Philip.
>> And the most important discovery was at the very bottom of the dig there was a wool and the remains of a bath house. Now bath house in the Roman period reflects the life of a town, of a city, and not of a village.>> The team also discovered coins and the remains of a mosaic.
Thousands of Christians visit the lake every year to bathe in its waters. For the faithful, this discovery may further cement the Sea of Galilee's appeal.