Heptapegon; en Hashiv'a; et-Tabgha - Sermon on the Mount

ll. 37-39

<By the Sea> of Tiberias, the monastery which is called Heptapegon, where the Lord satisfied five thousand of <his> people <with five loaves of bread and two> fishes; there are 10 monks there.

(transl. McCormick)

Mention of the Heptapegon monastery at the place of the Feeding of the five thousand, from an official report ordered in AD 808.