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V. Decapolis

  1. Bethsaida: On the northeastern shore of the Sea of Galilee; the place where Jesus fed the five thousand (Luke 9:10–17).
  2. Gadara: A city south of the Sea of Galilee, which gave its name to the district—“the country of the Gadarenes” (Mark 5:1).
  3. Gergesa: A little village east of the Sea of Galilee; the place near which the demoniacs were cured, and the swine drowned (Matt. 8:28–34).
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