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'''Goulianos''' (Gr. Γουλιανός) is a species of fish. The Gouliano that is local to the Lake of Gennesaret (See ''Luke 5:1'' also known as ''Sea of Galilee'') has, on the head (the bone) and below the skin, the Baptism of Christ in the Jordan River depicted.
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'''Goulianos''' (Gr. Γουλιανός) or '''Sarotherodon galilaeus''' or ''St. Peter's fish'' is a species of fish local to the Lake of Gennesaret (also known as ''Sea of Galilee''). This fish has, on the head (the bone) and below the skin, the Baptism of Christ in the Jordan River depicted.
  
 
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Goulianos (Gr. Γουλιανός) or Sarotherodon galilaeus or St. Peter's fish is a species of fish local to the Lake of Gennesaret (also known as Sea of Galilee). This fish has, on the head (the bone) and below the skin, the Baptism of Christ in the Jordan River depicted.

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