Caesarea

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an ancient seaport in northwestern Israel

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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.
Both, Strabo, the Greek scholar of the 1st century, and Eusebius, the Roman church historian and bishop of Caesaria in the 4th century, also held the view that "Moses was an Egyptian priest" who rebelled.
Tenant Caesaria Cerda has been complaining to state, county and local regulators since moving into her apartment in 1993.
in the areas around Tiberias and Caesaria, is the briefer and somewhat older contemporary of the better-known Babylonian Talmud.
CAESARIA, which outbattled subsequent Dundalk winner Master Speaker on his debut in a six-furlong id Curragh maiden, steps up to a mile in the five-runner Naas racecourse On Facebook rated Race and gets the vote to beat Aidan O'Brien's FORTIFY, winner of a recent Cork maiden but potentially vulnerable in a battle.
Jerome, a Hebrew scholar who lived in Caesaria and Bethlehem about 400 C.
The itinerary included stops in Jerusalem, Caesaria, Capernaum, Galilee, Jericho, and many other locations described in the Old and New Testaments.
Foxe tells the story of how Constantine once traveled to Caesaria, where he promised to grant Eusebius, the Bishop, whatever he wanted for the good of the church: "The good and godly Byshop .
And, having come from off the pace, he quickened to lead approaching the furlong-pole before appearing to tire in the testing ground and being outstayed by the determined, Jim Bolger-trained Caesaria.
Basil of Caesaria also attributes this view simply to "the Jews" in the passage discussed at length by Runia in this article, as does Tertullian.