Archaeologists in Israel believe they have found the Roman city of Julias, built on top of a fishing village on the Sea of Galilee where 3 of Jesus' disciples lived.  The site is in the Bethsaida Valley Nature Reserve and was named for Julia Augusta, mother of Emperor Tiberius.  

The dig has found what could be the city on top of the old village of Bethsaida, home to the Biblical Peter, Andrew and Philip.

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