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Explanation: According to the Larousse, Trachonitide is the birth place, in Arabia, of Marcus Julius Philippus, roman emperor until 249. It seems to me that the place was in Asia Minor, as it has a greeck resonance.
Tiberias is the major city on the lake of Galilee, named after the roman emperor Tiberius.
As for ather places in Galilee that could somehow relate to Trachonitide, those are Capharnaum and Mt. Tabor.
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