Arab historians name al-Ṣinnabra as a place at the southern end of the Sea of Galilee, at which a number of Umayyad caliphs, among them the first caliph Mu‘āwiya, used to reside from time to time. Despite its many mentions, it has long eluded certain identification in modern topography, and material evidence for its specific location has been slow to appear.
|Title of host publication||Bet Yerah|
|Subtitle of host publication||Volume III, Hellenistic philoteria and Islamic al-Sinnabra: the 1933–1986 and 2007–2013 excavations|
|State||Published - 2017|
|Name||Israel Antiquities Authority Reports|
|Publisher||Israel Antiquities Authority|