View from the Sea
The House of Peter
Excavations revealed one residence that stood out from the others. This house was the object of early Christian attention with 2nd-century graffiti and a 4th-century house church built above it. In the 5th century, a large octagonal Byzantine church was erected above this, complete with a baptistery. Pilgrims referred to this as the house of the apostle Peter.
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Capernaum, the City of Jesus (article in PDF format by David Padfield) This outlined article includes pictures and extensive information about the site, ancient and modern.
Capernaum (BIBARCH) Features many informative links within the text to resources such as: Scripture references, the site’s bibliography (some sources cited are available on the web), and a “words and phrases glossary.” Also offers a “Scripture Summary” and “Chronological Summary.”
Capernaum (Crystalinks) Includes a map showing Capernaum’s location and information on each primary archaeological area within the site.
Capernaum (Second Temple Synagogues, by Donald D. Binder) Features good pictures and text, focusing on the synagogue.
The Synagogue at Capernaum (Jewish Virtual Library) Gives an interesting and detailed history of the synagogue, including links to descriptions of related terms.
Three Things in Capernaum that Peter Likely Saw (Bible Archaeology Report) This easy-to-read article features pictures, a reconstruction drawing of the shoreline, and a reference list with some online resources in addition to print ones.
Photos from Capernaum, 1997 (Jesus Walk) Part of “Disciple Lessons from Luke’s Gospel.” Linked to here for photographic merit.
Capernaum (Into His Own) A brief, encyclopedia-type article with multiple links to related words and topics for further study.
Ancient synagogues in Bar’am and Capernaum (The Jewish Magazine) Offers an interesting look at early synagogues in general; looks specifically at two Galilean synagogues.
Excavations at Capernaum (Samson Tours) History of the excavations at Capernaum from 1838 to 1984. Includes some daily life information related to the town.