Har (Mount) Nitai, a hill close to the Sea of Galilee and near Mount Arbel, has been identified since a few years by Kevin Kluetz, a former military pilot, as the only reliable candidate that can claim the identity of Nazareth, the place in which our Lord grew up according to the Holy Scriptures. I have found a piece of interesting information, which gives support to his suggestion: a connection with twenty-four cities as divisions into which Levite priests and their families came to settle sometime after the destruction of the 2nd Temple, with the mention of Nazareth, in the Caesarea Inscription, a nota-ble discovery. Kevin Kluetz did present to a great extent how the topography concerning the traditional and well-known city, with its famous hill named the Mount of Precipice, is incorrect when one reads the Scripture record concerning the place in which some men tried to throw Jesus off a cliff.
" and they got up and drove Him out of the city, and led Him to the brow of the hill on which their city had been built, in order to throw Him down the cliff. But passing through their midst, He went His way." Luke 4:29,30 (NASB)
The traditional city and its "Mount of Precipice" are disqualified from claiming the identity of the place. Kevin Kluetz, having searched the whole region, brings out his analysis: the hill Har Nitai, the only credible candidate.
And then, using now the Caesarea Inscription, I bring out, as well, my own work. Frederic Parpinel, from France