Caesarea

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an ancient seaport in northwestern Israel

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Caesaria was a vibrant Roman metropolis built in honour of Emperor Augustus Caesar by King Herod, who ruled Judea from 37 BC until his death in 4 BC.
Bolger and jockey Kevin Manning quickly added to their tally when another newcomer, Caesaria, denied Master Speaker in the Big Bad Bob Maiden.
This Lex Regia, (Royal Law) became, under the Caesars, the Lex Caesaria, (Caesarian Law).
The reference, he said, was to a church that had been razed in the northern Israeli city of Caesaria in the 1950s.
He worked on a kibbutz in Caesaria, where he learned Hebrew.
The closest Palestinians have ever gotten was when late President Yasser Arafat was invited to former Israeli President Ezer Weisman's home in Caesaria.
30) Although the male and the female communities were physically separate, (31) Caesarius envisioned himself in death not among the men, but among the women; Caesaria was buried alongside the tomb that was destined for Caesarius.
Amanita muscaria y otros amanitas (como el caesaria u hongo ahuevado) pueden ser unos de los hongos alucinogenos mas antiguamente usados por el hombre.
As well as building the walls which still stand around the old city of Jerusalem, he undertook massive construction projects in Caesaria, Jericho, the hilltop fortress of Masada and other locations.
He also undertook massive construction projects in Caesaria, Jericho, the hilltop fortress of Massada and other locations.
Muslim clerics, judges, and political leaders cited a lack of Government funding for maintenance of and access to mosques in Tiberias, Safed, Beersheva, Caesaria and other places.
Beyond the city of Hadera sand dunes set in, blown by the sea winds from the old Roman port of Caesaria.
At Caesaria, most of the residents needed wheelchair transport for safety as the staff battled huge cobblestones to take them inside an ancient Roman amphitheater.
En epoca de los Cesares, tal ley fue llamada Lex caesaria, pues Julio Cesar habia nacido de esta manera, y segun, una falsa etimologia, de caesarea < caesum, sup.