21-24 1:6 De 12:32 Mt 3:15 Ga 4:4,5
* they returned.
4 Mt 2:22,23
Nazareth, now Nassara, was a small town of Zebulun, in Lower
Galilee, according to Eusebius, fifteen miles east of Legio,
near mount Tabor, and, according to D'Arvieux, about eight
leagues, or according to Maundrell, seven hours, or about
twenty miles S. E. of Acre. It is one of the principal towns
of the pashalic of Acre, containing a population of about
3,000; souls, of whom 500; are Turks, the remainder being
Christians. It is delightfully situated on elevated ground,
in a valley, encompassed by mountains.