And having received their authority from the king, they left the city of Tiberius
by way of the sea, and they traveled throughout the cities of Decapolis and crossing
Jordan into Judea they made inquiry concerning John.
See: Demitrius, Regilla Summary: The Decapolis refers to a group of ten cities generally
located to the east of the Sea of Galilee. Yeshua traveled throughout the cities
of Decapolis during his first year of ministry (Yeshua 10).
And many came seeking him, from all Galilee and Perea, from the cities of Decapolis
and Judea did there come a multitude of people.
Then came Yeshua down unto the sea at evening tide, and sending away the multitudes,
he entered a boat; for he desired to cross over unto the other side, unto Hippos
a city of Decapolis.
And there came unto him great multitudes from all Decapolis to hear him, and to see
for themselves the Anointed One which had purged the temple of money changers and
who set at naught the teachings of scribes and Pharisees.
And Yeshua went throughout the cities of Decapolis teaching and showing forth the
coming of the kingdom, and when the feast of Passover drew nigh, he came again unto
Bethsaida, and there was with him many disciples, both of men and women.
For it came about that as I was on the road between Ptolemais and the cities of Decapolis,
having been sent by Galerius to guard the way against thieves and robbers, that at
the noon hour an angel of the Lord appeared unto me, saying:
‘Get you up unto Nazareth, for there have many conspired to lay hold of Yeshua of
Galilee to kill him.’
So Judas told them all which the Master did throughout all Galilee and in the cities