Sennabris (Σενναβρίς), an encampment of the Romans under Titus, thirty furlongs from Tiberias, which was in sight (Josephus, War, 3, 9, 7); perhaps the Senabrai (סנבראי) or Tsinabri (צנברי) of the Talmud (Reland, Paloest. p. 999). Schwarz says (Palest. p. 178) that ruins in that vicinity are still called Sinabri by the Arabs. Thomson identifies the place with the modern Shugshab, containing traces of old buildings (Land and Book, 2, 65).