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Tombs in Galilee

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This page attempts to enlist all the known tombs in Galilee.

circa 10 BCE

Maqam Nebi Yushu (مقام النبي يوشع), biblical Joshua, in the mountains of Naftali, revered by both Muslims and Jews. It is one of the purported locations of his burial. It is located inside a small Palestinian village in the Galilee situated 17 kilometers to the northeast of Safad, depopulated during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.