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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.
Eusebius of Caesaria, the first church historian, in his Ecclesiastical History, further tells of how the eunuch returned to diffuse the Christian teachings in his native land shortly after the Resurrection and prior to the arrival of the Apostle Matthew.
Her archaeological projects on glass have included cataloguing and researching the 4th century pieces found at Arbeia Roman Fort, South Shields, England, and over 3,000 fragments from Caesaria.
"We try to put you in the street scene of Old Havana and give you a high-energy dining experience," said Pick, who grew up in the Mediterranean resort town of Caesaria. "Our servers are dressed in guayaberas to create the feeling that you're in Havana.
There was Caesaria, who insisted that her nuns study two hours a day, there was Radgund, there was Agnes, there was Mildred.
The multiple origins of the fauna of Charaxinae of the YP are mirrored by the biogeography of the coastal vegetation of the YP (Espejel 1987), possibly due to 6 genera that provide potential habitat for these butterflies (Caesaria (Flacourtiaceae), Croton (Euphorbiaceae), Inga (Fabaceae), Piper (Piperaceae), Swartzia and Pithecellobium (Leguminosae)).
The screenings commenced on August 11 with Duras' 1979 film "Caesaria," made after her visit to the Palestinian city of that name, which she evokes through images of the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris.
This Lex Regia, (Royal Law) became, under the Caesars, the Lex Caesaria, (Caesarian Law).
This amatory exile is the lot of King Antiochus of Commagene--a prototype of Monobazus--who languished "wandering in Caesaria" in self-exile after Berenice elected to follow Titus to Rome (1.4.233-34).
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.
(28) Just a few miles further west, Caesarius of Aries founded communities for both men and women, placing his sister, Caesaria, as abbess over the female house.