Galilee During Maccabees
The stock image depicts the region of Galilee during the period of the Maccabean revolt in the 2nd century BCE. The map shows the major cities and towns of Galilee, including Sepphoris, Nazareth, and Capernaum, as well as the surrounding areas.
The map also includes important geographic features such as the Sea of Galilee and the Jordan River. The Maccabean revolt was a period of Jewish resistance against the Seleucid Empire, which ruled over the land of Israel at the time.
Galilee was a major center of Jewish life and culture during this period, and was a stronghold for the Maccabean rebels. This map provides a visual representation of the region during this significant historical event.