Gallilee is in Religious Terms.

Gallilee. A galilee is a chapel or porch at the west end of some churches. It is a type of, or synonymous with, Narthex.

Before 1195 Bishop Hugh de Puiset (age 70) commissioned the building of the Gallilee of Durham Cathedral [Map] which now contains the grave of the Venerable Bede among others.

Bishop Hugh de Puiset: Around 1125 he was born to Hugh III of Le Puiset and Agnes Blois. He was, through his mother, a nephew of King Stephen I England. He a great grandson of King William "Conqueror" I of England. In 1153 Bishop Hugh de Puiset was elected Bishop of Durham despite opposition from Archbishop Henry Murdac. In 1177 King Henry "Curtmantle" II of England seized Durham Castle after a disagreement with the then-bishop, Bishop Hugh de Puiset. On 03 Mar 1195 he died.

Venerable Bede: In 673 he was born. Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 734. This year was the moon as if covered with blood; and Archbishop Tatwine and Bede departed this life; and Egbert was consecrated bishop. On 26 May 735 he died.