Caesarea


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an ancient seaport in northwestern Israel

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The discovery was made during an excavation and conservation project at the Caesarea World Heritage site.
Peter's confession of Jesus at Caesarea Philippi forms the culmination of Jesus' public ministry in Galilee.
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Tourists sit around the site of the old city of Caesarea
The main attraction is the aqueduct built by order of King Herod in the 1st century BCE and expanded upon 300 years later to bring running water to the old city of Caesarea from the springs six miles away at the foot of Mount Carmel.
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The inquiry will examine allegations that the Netanyahus sent furniture bought for the premier's official Jerusalem residence to their holiday home in Caesarea, and that they used public money to pay an electrician to work at that property.
A statement from Weinstein's office read that the findings, dealing with the official Jerusalem residence and Netanyahu's private Caesarea home, as well as the testimonies of a former employee at the residence, raised only mild suspicions.
Cilicia was the name given to the district in which Caesarea, the capital of the whole country, was situated.
There was a learned fourth-century bishop of Caesarea called Eusebius.
BASIL OF CAESAREA: A GUIDE TO HIS LIFE AND DOCTRINE, By Andrew Radde-Gallwitz.
Topics include religious education in classical Greece, learning about the Etruscan religion in ancient Rome, the Gospel of Luke and Acts of the Apostles as precursor of the conjunction of biblical faith and Hellenistic education, religious education in late antique paganism, Basil of Caesarea and Gregory of Nazianzus on poetry in Christian education, primary and secondary religious education in Byzantium, and religious education and Bernard of Clairvaux.
Caesarea, Israel, offers historic coastal beauty The harbor of Caesarea in Israel stands as a testament to the Roman penchant for grandeur and an attractive spot to view the inviting coastline.
Caesarea, Israel-based IceCure Medical has chosen the Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center campus in Cleveland, Ohio, as the site of its U.S.